Neide Sá – Exhibition "Feche os Olhos e Veja"

Almeida e Dale, São Paulo


Opens on October 29, the collective exhibition “Feche os Olhos e Veja”, with the work “A Corda” by artist Neide Sá. The show, curated by Galciani Neves, can be visited until February 15, 2020.

Yasmin Guimarães – Exhibition "Entre a Terra e o Mar"

Quadra, Rio de Janeiro


Opens on October 19th, the exhibition “Entre a Terra e o Mar”, by artist Yasmin Guimarães. Held by Quadra in Rio de Janeiro, the show was curated by Julie Dumont and can be visited until December 10th.

Anna Costa e Silva – Exhibition "Dominó"

Casa da Luz, São Paulo


Opens on October 10th, at Casa da Luz, the exhibition “Dominó”, with work by artist Anna Costa e Silva. The exhibition, organized by André Niemeyer, will be open for visitation until October 27th.

Betty Leirner – Exhibition "Mutatio"

Paris, France


Betty Leirner presents ‘ le front de la lune’ a poem written in 1981 in Oedwang, Bavaria, transformed into a 00:35’’ soundwork in 2000 in Hamburg, Germany.

Poema/Processo – 14ª Bienal de Curitiba

Museu Municipal de Arte, Curitiba


As part of the program of the 14th Curitiba Biennial of Contemporary Art, and curated by Adolfo Montejo Navas, the exhibition “Poema-Processo, A Última Vanguarda” will be inaugurated in a special room tomorrow. The show features works by Wlademir Dias-Pino, Neide Sá, Falves Silva, Álvaro de Sá and Moacy Cirne, among others. Some of the most significant works produced by the movement will be on display, such as Wlademir Dias-Pino’s “Solida” (1962), Falves Silva’s “Latin American Way of Life” (1976), “Transparência” (1968) ), by Neide Sá, “Poema para Ser Rasgado” (1973/2017) by Moacy Cirne and “12 × 9” (1965-1967) by Álvaro de Sá, among many others.

Débora Bolsoni e Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – 14º Leilão Anima

Arte57, São Paulo


Débora Bolsoni and Rodrigo Garcia Dutra are part of the traditional Galeria Luisa Strina’s auction for the NGO Anima. The works will be exhibited at Arte57 and the auction will be held online, in partnership with Blombô Leilões. Bidding can be held until October 15 at 8pm.

Débora Bolsoni – Exhibition "Bifê"

Olhão, São Paulo


Opens on September 28, at Olhão, the exhibition “Bifê”, with work by artist Débora Bolsoni. The exhibition, organized by Cléo Döbberthin and Leandro Muniz, will be open for visitation from 14h.

Anna Costa e Silva – Exhibition "Ontem, Hoje, Agora"

Solar dos Abacaxis, Rio de Janeiro


Opens on September 20, at Solar dos Pineapples, the exhibition “Ontem, Hoje, Agora”, with work by artist Anna Costa e Silva. The exhibition, curated by Maria Catarina Duncan, will be open for visitation from 18h.


Kunsttempel, Kassel, Germany


Kunsttempel, Gallery for Cognition and Language situated in Kassel, Germany, presents POESIS – Sprachkunst | Language Art.  The exhibition is curated by Friedrich W. Block  and will give a snapshot of international language art  from a post-digital perspective, with artists  that for the past two decades, have exhibited in the Gallery such as Augusto de Campos, Betty Leirner, Franz Mon, Gerhard Rühm, Michèle Métail and Timm Ulrichs. A catalogue published by Jenior Editors will accompany the exhibition, which will open on August 29th 2019.

Neide Sá – Exhibition "Manjar: Para Habitar Liberdades"

Solar dos Abacaxis, Rio de Janeiro


It opens on August 24, at Solar dos Abacaxis, the exhibition “Manjar: Para Habitar Liberdades”, with works by artist Neide Sá. The exhibition, curated by Keyna Eleison and Bernardo Mosqueira, can be visited from 6pm.

Marcelo Brodsky – Launch of the book "El Alma de Un Gigante"

Salón Dorado, Buenos Aires


On August 7, from 7pm, will take place at the Salón Dorado in Buenos Aires, the presentation of the book “El Alma de Un Gigante”, by artist Marcelo Brodsky. The event will be attended by the author and curator Florencia Battiti.

Rodrigo Garcia Dutra – Exhibition "A Linguagem da Serpente"

Galeria Karla Osorio, Brasília


Opens on July 27, at Galeria Karla Osorio, the solo exhibition “A Linguagem da Serpente”, by artist Rodrigo Garcia Dutra. The exhibition can be visited until September 7.