Débora Bolsoni and Yasmin Guimarães – Seventh Edition of the Annual Pivô Auction
Pivô, São Paulo
Débora Bolsoni and Yasmin Guimarães are part of the seventh annual Pivô Auction. More than 100 works by emerging and consecrated artists will be auctioned, contributing to the maintenance of Pivô and its programming. The closing event will take place on December 1.
Guga Szabzon and Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Auction Anima - Galeria Luisa Strina
São Paulo, Brazil
Guga Szabzon and Rodrigo Garcia Dutra are part of the traditional Luisa Strina Gallery auction for the benefit of the NGO Anima. The auction will be held online, in partnership with Blombô Auctions. The NGO Anima serves adolescents, youth and adults, integrating HIV/AIDS carriers and non-carriers. Bids can be made until December 3 at 8pm.
Martinho Patrício – Exhibition "Tempos Sensíveis"
Museu Oscar Niemeyer, Curitiba
Inaugurates on November 25, Sunday, the collective exhibition “Tempos Sensíveis”, with work by the artist Martinho Patrício. The show takes place at the Museu Oscar Niemeyer in Curitiba, and can be visited until December 31. Curated by Agnaldo Farias, the exhibition brings together works from the collection of MAC/PR in which sensitivity and reflection are evident.
Guga Szabzon and Yasmin Guimarães – IAB Auction: 75 Artists para 75 Years of History
IAB e Escola da Cidade, São Paulo
Guga Szabzon and Yasmin Guimarães are part of the IAB Wall Auction, held by Central Galeria in partnership with Escola da Cidade in São Paulo. The auction has more than 75 artists and all the money raised will be reverted in actions with emphasis on the Biennial of Architecture, event of which the Institute of Architects of Brazil is responsible.
Neide Sá – Exhibition "Mulheres na Coleção MAR"
Museu de Arte do Rio, Rio de Janeiro
Neide Sá is part of the collective exhibition “Mulheres na Coleção MAR”, held by Museu de Arte do Rio in Rio de Janeiro. The exhibition opens on November 16, at 4pm, and can be visited until April 2019. The exhibition features a cut of works by more than 150 artists, both Brazilian and foreign, that are part of the museum’s collection.