Anna Costa e Silva – Exhibition "A vida não é só a praticidade das coisas"

Galeria Silvia Cintra, Rio de Janeiro
14.03—13.04.2019

 

On March 14, it opens the collective exhibition “a vida não é só a praticidade das coisas”, with work by the artist Anna Costa e Silva. The exhibition, which was curated by Juliana Cintra and Omar Salomão, takes place at Galeria Silvia Cintra in Rio de Janeiro and can be visited until April 13.

Guga Szabzon – Exhibition "Tudo o que criamos passa a existir"

Sesc Ipiringa, São Paulo
12.03—04.08.2019

 

Inaugurates on March 12, Tuesday, the individual exhibition “Tudo o que criamos passa a existir”, by artist Guga Szabzon at Sesc Ipiranga. This exhibition presents to the public an immense blue fabric, where we see embroidered lines, which highlight the orientations of a map. But at first it is empty. The proposal of the work is that the public build, together with the artist, the places that can exist, within the infinite aesthetic possibilities. The real and the imagined occupy space and what we create comes to exist. The process of construction of this great map will be carried out in 5 monthly meetings, when the artist occupies the unit assembling her workspace, sharing the reflections with the passing public. The “Processo aberto: construindo a obra com Guga Szabzon” will take place on 28/03, 13/04, 04/05, 15/06 and 05/07, from 14h to 20h in the area of coexistence.

Anna Costa e Silva – Roda de conversa Programa de Exposições do CCSP 2018

Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo
22.02.2019

 

Tomorrow, February 22, at Centro Cultural São Paulo, a talk will take place with the participation of Anna Costa e Silva. The artist will talk about her exhibition Éter, which was part of the CCSP 2018 Exhibition Program.

The conversation takes place at 5 pm on the Caio Graco floor.

Leonilson – Exhibition "Leonilson: Arquivo e Memória Vivos"

Centro Cultural FIESP, São Paulo
19.02—19.05.2019

 

It opens today, February 19, the exhibition “Leonilson: Arquivo e Memória Vivos” at the Centro Cultural FIESP. The exhibition, curated by Ricardo Resende, brings together more than 120 works by Leonilson, a result of the research and publication in 2017 of the raisonné catalog, giving priority to works that were rarely seen or never seen in São Paulo. The exhibition runs until May 19 and can be visited from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 am to 10 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. Admission is free.

Débora Bolsoni – "Lição de Mimese"

Pinacoteca, São Paulo
16.02—17.06.2019

 

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo exhibits for the first time the work “Lição de Mimese” by the artist DéboraBolsoni, which was recently incorporated into the collection of the institution. Also will be exhibited works by Marcius Galan, Regina Parra and Matheus Rocha Pitta. The works will occupy four rooms adjoining the long-term exhibition on the second floor of Pina Luz. The exhibition opens to the public on Saturday, February 16, starting at 11am. Considered a crucial work in the trajectory of the artist, “Lição de Mimese” is composed of several slates cut in different formats and framed in wood, similar to mirrors. These mirrors that reflect nothing, however, can receive drawings scratched with chalk, which brings to the discussion the mimetic effect of art and its ability to duplicate reality.

Anna Costa e Silva – Exhibition "The Verve"

Border Art Space, New York
15.02—24.03.2019

 

Inaugurates on February 15, Friday, the collective exhibition “The Verve”, with work by the artist Anna Costa e Silva. The show, curated by Jamie Martinez, takes place at the Border Art Space in New York and can be visited until March 24.

Rosana Paulino – Exhibition "Passado/Futuro/Presente"

MAM, São Paulo
22.01—21.04.2019

 

Inaugurates today the collective exhibition “Passado/Presente/Futuro: Arte contemporânea brasileira no acervo do Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo”, with work by the artist Rosana Paulino. As a result of the collaboration between the Phoenix Art Museum (Arizona, USA) and the MAM (Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo), curated by the American Vanessa Davidson and the Brazilian  Cauê Alves, the exhibition has a selection of 72 works . With pieces produced between 1990 and 2010, the show was first assembled in the United States in 2017, showing to the American public the Brazilian contemporary art, and was the first exhibition dedicated to the MAM collection in the USA. The exhibition can be visited until April 21, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm.