His spontaneous conceptual poetics boasts universal appeal with common, everyday things brilliantly transformed.
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In the town of Itu, a two-hour drive from São Paulo, you’ll find FAMA. The acronym for fame in Portuguese stands for Fábrica de Arte Marcos Amaro, an art factory […]
According to Brazil’s preeminent art critic of the 1970s, Frederico Morais, “Pancetti’s painting is like a ship’s deck, tanned by the sun and salt. It never rusts. Honest, clean, economic, […]
To celebrate twenty-two years in the art market, São Paulo gallerist Ricardo Camargo stages two closely knit exhibitions in his cul-de-sac in the Jardins.
In the second solo exhibition of artist Sergio Romagnolo in the double compounds of São Paulo’s Galeria Marilia Razuk, this four-decade front-runner of Brazilian contemporary art literally shows the objects […]
The art of drawing is celebrated at Galeria MaPa in its opening show, “Desenho Moderno: as formas da ideia sobre o branco do papel” (Modern Drawing: forms of the idea […]
Fifty oils from the late 1940s to the mid-1980s by self-taught Brazilian-born artist José Antonio da Silva (1909-1996), who also signed his name JAS and JA Silva and called himself […]
Pioneering Neoconcrete artist Willys de Castro, one of the founders of the abstract-geometric movement in the 1950s in Brazil, is being celebrated in a solo show in New York nearly three […]
If you think the shadow of Mies looms large over Chicago, you’ve seen nothing till you visit Brazil and see the stature of Oscar Niemeyer, who not only designed most, […]
Brazil has made a quantum leap in the arts. Local and international cultural manifestations otherwise aimed at a small intellectual elite have been embraced in this country traditionally ignited by […]