JULINA CERQUEIRA LEITE - ALGORITMO CÓSMICO

JULINA CERQUEIRA LEITE
ALGORITMO CÓSMICO

Juliana Cerqueira Leite is featured in the virtual group exhibition Algoritmo Cósmico, curated by Icaro Ferraz Vidal Junior, at Zipper Galeria in São Paulo, Brasil.

VÂNIA MIGNONE AND IVAN GRILO - LÍNGUA SOLTA

VÂNIA MIGNONE AND IVAN GRILO
LÍNGUA SOLTA

The artists Ivan Grilo and Vânia Mignone are featured in the group exhibition Língua Solta, curated by Moacir dos Anjos and Fabiana Moares at the Museu da Língua Portuguesa in São Paulo, Brazil.

DARÍO ESCOBAR - BALLS

DARÍO ESCOBAR
BALLS

Darío Escobar is featured in the group exhibition Balls, at the OOF Gallery in London, UK.

https://www.oofmagazine.com/oof-gallery

MANUELA RIBADENEIRA  - THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS

MANUELA RIBADENEIRA
THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS

Manuela Ribadeneira is featured at the group exhibition The Gardon of Unearthly Delights, curated by Maria do Carmo M. P. de Pontes at the Elizabeth XI Bauer Gallery in London, UK.

https://elizabethxibauer.com/exhibition-3x3/

O BASTARDO - NEW REPRESENTED ARTIST

O BASTARDO
NEW REPRESENTED ARTIST

Casa Triângulo is pleased to announce the representation of the artist O Bastardo (Rio de Janeiro, 1997. Lives, works and studies between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Paris, France).

Born in 1997, O Bastardo was raised in Mesquita, municipality of Baixada Fluminense, on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. Working initially using urban languages such as graffiti, the artist elaborates a direct dialogue between autobiographical issues and pictorial thought, a conquest developed between family experiences and art schools such as EAV Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro and currently Beaux-Arts de Paris.

In recent paintings, the issues held in the works lead us to cross between everyday practices of empowerment of black people and usual gestures of belonging to social groups, such as asking for blessing or bleaching hair. In the portrait scenes, in series such as Pretos de grife and Só Lazer, consumerism, leisure and vanity are some of the identifications exhibited by groups that are supposedly absent from this type of representation.

Leisure and consumerism are increasingly recurrent subjects in works by racialized artists, as history has highlighted the gestures of violence and survival as a means of insertion and denouncement of the atrocities perpetrated against the majority of Brazilian population. O Bastardo [The Bastard] makes of his own name, preceded by the definite article, a link of subversion of his own history, maintaining the classificatory word that, in art scenes, starts to redirect the subject and alert to the practice of exoticizing the margins.

NINO CAIS - OUTRAS HABITABILIDADES

NINO CAIS
OUTRAS HABITABILIDADES

Nino Cais is featured in the group exhibition Outras Habitabilidades, curated by Carlos M Teixeira and Marconi Drummon, at the Museu Casa Kubitschek, in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. The goal of the exhibition is to promote connections between modernism and contemporary art through the integration of the museum's collection of furniture and the modernist living ways with the contemporary poetics and artistic ways of inhabiting. 

DANIEL LIE  - SLOW SPATIAL READER - CHRONICLES OF RADICAL AFFECTION

DANIEL LIE
SLOW SPATIAL READER - CHRONICLES OF RADICAL AFFECTION

Daniel Lie launch his first essay in the book Slow Spatial Reader - Chronicles of Radiacal Affection

Autor/Editor:Carolyn F. Strauss (ed.) 

Slow Spatial Reader offers a collection of essays about ‘Slow’ approaches to spatial practice and pedagogy from around the world. The book’s contributors are from twenty-four countries on five continents. Each one brings distinct philosophical and disciplinary approaches—from ‘spatial’ fields like architecture, sculpture, and installation, but also performative, somatic and/or dramaturgical practices—, exploring how we think about and engage with space at a range of scales, tempos, and durations.


https://www.valiz.nl/en/publications/slow-spatial-reader.html

ASSUME VIVID ASTRO FOCUS - ARTICLE

ASSUME VIVID ASTRO FOCUS
ARTICLE

Assume Vivis Astro Focus have his exhibition Hairy What? Hairy How, at Tibor de Nagy, selected by New Tork Times as a the heading recomended show of the week with critique from Roberta Smith.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/design/3-art-gallery-shows-to-see-right-now.html

THIAGO ROCHA PITTA - ESPERANÇA

THIAGO ROCHA PITTA
ESPERANÇA

Thiago Rocha Pitta is featured in the show Esperança, curated by Simon Watson. The show is a part of the Luz Contemporânea project.

GUILLERMO MORA - RESUMEN

GUILLERMO MORA
RESUMEN

Guiilermo Mora present his new solo exhibition Resumen at Palau de Casavells, in Girona, Spain.

 

 

https://palaudecasavells.es/art-exhibitions/