Yasmin Guimarães – Esperança

Museu de Arte Sacra, São Paulo
27.06—28.08.2021

 

Yesterday (27) opened the Esperança exhibition at the Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo, which features works by Yasmin Guimarães. Curated by Simon Watson, the collective exhibition gathers works by 12 contemporary artists, and can be visited until August 22nd.

Anna Costa e Silva – Metamorfose: Sublimação e Transmutação

Simões de Assis, São Paulo
26.06—14.08.2021

 

Anna Costa e Silva, participates on Metamorfose: Sublimação e Transmutação, curated by Marc Pottier. The exhibition opened the 26th of June, at Simões de Assis, São Paulo, and runs until August 14th.

Poema/Processo – Redes, Colaboração e Resistência em/entre Portugal e Brasil, 1962–1982

Galeria Avenida da Índia, Lisbon
26.06—05.08.2021

 

The exhibition Networks, Collaboration and Resistance in/between Portugal and Brazil, 1962–1982, is on display at Galeria Avenida da Índia in Lisbon, which assembles works associated with groups or movements such as Poema/Processo,  Noigandres, Poesia Experimental and Mail-Art, from Fernando Aguiar Archive and  Moraes-Barbosa Collection.

Institutional acquisition

Museu Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia
16.06—26.07.2021

 

Galeria Superfície is pleased to announce the acquisition of works by our artists who are now part of the permanent collection of the Museu Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Narrowing the partnership between Galeria and the institution, historical works such as “Identidade do Artista” by Angelo de Aquino, poem-objects by Neide Sá, Álvaro de Sá, Márcio Sampaio and Moacy Cirne, banner by Pietrina Checcacci, as well as works by the Grupo Poema/Processo, Sonia Andrade and Vera Chaves Barcellos, make up the long-term exhibition that opens today to the public. In addition to acquisitions, donations of works from Gustavo Nóbrega’s personal archive are also included. The exhibition focuses on Latin American artistic production between 1964 and 1987 and its relationship with Spain. The political transformations of the time and the emergence of new artistic practices, such as Postal Art, favored a series of significant exchanges for the future of contemporary art.