Poetic structure, rupture and resistance
Galeria Superfície presents the exhibition “Poetic structure, rupture and resistance”, individual exhibition by the artist Neide Sá (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1940), curated by Gustavo Nóbrega and Gabriel Novaes. Neide Sá is one of the founders of the cutting-edge Poema/Processo movement, which began in 1967 and was…
Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Screening "Dear Mickey Mouse"
Chalton Gallery, London
Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Exhibition "Antes que as traças nos devorem"
Museu Murillo La Greca, Recife
Marcelo Brodsky – Exhibition "1968, Quelle Histoire! Barricades, Expression, Répression"
On July 2, the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival, held in Arles, inaugurated the group exhibition “1968, Quelle Histoire! Barricades, Expression, Répression”, with work by the artist Marcelo Brodsky. Curated by Bernadette Caille, the exhibition celebrates the movements of 1968. The exhibition is on display until 23 September.
Martinho Patrício and Rosana Paulino – Exhibition "Histórias Afro-Atlânticas"
MASP e Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo
Martinho Patrício and Rosana Paulino are part of the collective exhibition “Histórias Afro-Atlânticas”, which brings together two of the main cultural institutions of São Paulo, MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake. With curatorship of Adriano Pedrosa, Lilia Schwarcz, Ayrson Heráclito, Hélio Menezes and Tomás Toledo, the exhibition deals with the migratory and cultural flows that unite Africa and the Americas, with a selection of 432 works of more than 200 artists. The exhibition opens on Thursday (28.6), from 20h to 22h, at MASP and Saturday (30.6), from 11h to 15h, at the Tomie Ohtake Institute. The exhibition can be visited until October 21.
Marcelo Brodsky – Exhibition "Resist! The 1960s protests, photography and visual legacy"
On June 27th, the Bozar in Brussels inaugurated the collective exhibition “Resist! The 1960s protests, photography and visual legacy”, with work by the artist Marcelo Brodsky. Curated by Christine Eyene, the exhibition features the most iconic images of the 1960s movements that influenced contemporary history. The show is on display until August 26.
Guga Szabzon – Hóspede
Fundação Ema Kablin, São Paulo
Tomorrow (16.6), the Fundação Ema Klabin inaugurates the series “Hóspede”, curated by Gilberto Mariotti. The series proposes a dialogue between contemporary art works and works from the foundation collection. In this first edition, the work “Dilema”, by the artist Guga Szabzon, will be exposed along with the work “Rebanho em repouso”, by Lasar Segall. On occasion, the artist will present some of his works, especially the one exposed. The chat takes place between 2pm and 3pm. The work is on display until July 15 and can be visited from Wednesday to Friday (with educator), at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm or 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday (free visitation), from 3pm to 5pm.
Anna Costa e Silva – Exhibition "Éter"
CCSP, São Paulo
Débora Bolsoni – "I Mostra Programa de Exposições CCSP 2018"
CCSP, São Paulo
Falves Silva – Exhibition "A marquise, o MAM e nós no meio"
MAM, São Paulo
Anna Costa e Silva – Edital CCSP
Centro Cultural de São Paulo, São Paulo
The artist Anna Costa e Silva was one of the selected for the 28th edition of the 2018 exhibit program of the Centro Cultural de São Paulo, with the installation “Éter”. In total there were 697 subscribers, and the works were chosen by a jury formed by Agnaldo Farias, Lizette Lagnado and Luiza Proença, in addition to Marisa Bueno e Souza and Maria Adelaide Nascimento.
Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Exhibition "Geometría Primitiva"
Galería Mercado Negro, Mexico City
As of April 20, the artist Rodrigo Garcia Dutra participates in the collective exhibition “Geometría Primitiva”, at Galería Mercado Negro, in Mexico City.
Marcelo Brodsky – Exhibition "Flashes of the Future"
Ludwig Forum, Aachen
From April 20, the artist Marcelo Brodsky takes part in the exhibition “Flashes of the Future”, organized by the Ludwig Forum Aachen, with the work “1968’s”. The exhibition, which was curated by Andreas Beitin and Eckhart Gillen, has as its theme 1968, a year in which protests, uprisings and revolutions occurred in several countries around the world. Along with the exhibition, there is the launch of the book with the same name, edited by the curators.