Betty Leirner – Exhibition "Flower Blast – Female Artists from the Ludwig Collection"

Ludwig Forum fuer Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany
14.03—13.09.2020

 

In the early 1970s, women began to permeate the previously male dominated terrain of art, breaking artistically with traditional rules and historical stereotypes. Together with the pioneers of feminist art history, they paved the way for a new appreciation of women’s artistic achievements. Flower Blast / Blumen Sprengung, Annette Wehrmann’s eponymous work, represents such a spirit of new beginnings.

1970 was also the year that the Neue Galerie – Sammlung Ludwig, the institution that preceded the Ludwig Forum was founded. Permanently located in Aachen, and holding one of the most important collections of Contemporay Art in the world, collectors Peter and Irene Ludwig founded in Aachen the first public Museum for Contemporary Art in the Federal Republic of Germany. Therefore it is appropriate to celebrate its 50th birthday with a selection of around 100 works by female artists from the Ludwig Forum Collection.

Anna Costa e Silva – Terremoto X Ubisoft Residency Program

03.03.2020

 

Anna Costa e Silva was the winner of the first open call for the Terremoto Magazine residency program with Ubisoft. The residency, which begins in April, will run for three months and will lead to an exhibition by the artist at a local art center.

Sonia Andrade – Exhibition "Against, Again: Art Under Attack in Brazil"

Anya and Andre Shiva Gallery | John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, USA
14.02—03.04.2020

 

Opens on February 14th the collective exhibition “Against, Again: Art Under Attack in Brazil”, with work by the artist Sonia Andrade. Held at the Anya and Adrew Shiva Gallery, of John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY), in New York, the exhibition deals with the current context of authoritarianism experienced in the country, bringing together a group of more than 30 artists with practices that respond to such oppression. Curated by Tatiane Schilaro and Nathalia Lavigne, and organized by the AnnexB project, the exihibiton runs until April 3rd.

Débora Bolsoni – Exhibition "Together We Stand"

Bendana-Pinel | Art Contemporain, Paris
11.01—22.02.2020

 

Opens on January 11, at Bendana-Pinel | Art Contemporain, in Paris, the collective exhibition “Together We Stand”, with work by artist Débora Bolsoni. The show, which highlights the unique universes of six artists, can be visited until February 22.

Betty Leirner – Artist Books from the MAM-SP Library

Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo
10.12.2019—16.02.2020

 

In the 1960s and 70s, artist books used printed writing and graphic design as tools to convey works of art closer to theory. This exhibition, curated by Felipe Chaimovich, brings together artist books that were not products of commercial publishers, emphasizing the unique work of certain prints.

Rodrigo Garcia Dutra — Exhibition "Triangular: Arte Deste Século"

Casa Niemeyer, Brasília
06.12.2019—01.08.2020

 

Opens on December 6, the collective exhibition “Triangular: Arte Deste Século”, with work by artist Rodrigo Garcia Dutra. The exhibition will celebrate the new acquisitions of contemporary art from the Universidade de Brasília and will feature works by about 100 artists from all over Brazil.

Anna Costa e Silva — Púrpura

Rio de Janeiro
29.11—01.12.2019

 

Anna Costa e Silva presents Púrpura, a performative experience that explores locations in the city as possible fields for encounters. The work begins in a car, in which four spectators at a time are taken to different spaces of the city for one-on-one experiences with an actress, seeking the possibility of reframing the function of consumer spaces and proposing breaches of intimacy and strangeness from affections and memories of female bodies in the city.

Anna Costa e Silva, Débora Bolsoni e Guga Szabzon – Oitava Edição do Leilão Anual do Pivô

Pivô, São Paulo
25—30.11.2019

 

Anna Costa e Silva, Débora Bolsoni and Guga Szabzon are part of the eight edition of the Annual Pivô Auction. More than 100 works by emerging and consecrated artists will be auctioned, contributing to the maintenance of the Pivô and its programming. The closing event takes place on November 30, from 1pm to 8pm.

Poema/Processo com Gustavo Nóbrega

Casa das Rosas, São Paulo
21.11.2019

 

On November 21st, from 7pm to 9pm, there will be a lecture given by Gustavo Nóbrega, director of Galeria Superfície, about the book “Poema/Processo”. The panorama of the contribution of artists linked to the movement’s group for Brazilian poetry and plastic arts will be presented, highlighting works by Neide Sá, Alvaro de Sá, Wladimir Dias-Pino, Moacy Cirne, among others.

Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Exhibition "Doações 2019"

Museu Nacional da República, Brasília
19.11.2019—19.01.2020

 

Opens on November 19th, the collective exhibition “Doações 2019”, with work by artist Rodrigo Garcia Dutra. The show, curated by Charles Cosac, can be visited until January 19, 2020.

Art Weekend 2019

São Paulo
09—10.11.2019

 

A Galeria Superfície participa da 4ª edição do Art Weekend São Paulo, evento promovido pela Associação Brasileira de Arte Contemporânea (ABACT). No final de semana dos dias 9 e 10 de novembro, 39 galerias de arte ampliam seus horários de funcionamento com programações especiais. A galeria estará aberta no sábado, das 11h às 20h, e no domingo, das 12h às 18h, com a exposição “Território Gravado”, da artista Lotus Lobo.

Álvaro de Sá, Clóvis Dariano, Frederico Marcos, Neide Sá e Sonia Andrade – Exhibition "Alto Nível Baixo – Cinema de Invenção, Brasil (1968-1978)"

Galeria Zé dos Bois, Lisbon
08.11.2019—11.01.2020

 

Opens on November 8 the exhibition “Alto Nível Baixo”, with works by artists Alvaro de Sá, ClóvisDariano, Frederico Marcos, Neide Sá and Sonia Andrade. The show brings together two distinct productions. On the one hand, a selection of films and audiovisuals by Brazilian artists and filmmakers made during the Institutional Act-5 (1968-1978); and on the other, the series of “Alto Nível Baixo” by Portuguese artist Manoel Barbosa. Held by Galeria Zé dos Bois, in Lisbon, the exhibition was curated by Marta Mestre and Natxo Checa.