Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen

Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen

Curada por Vidal Jr. y Laila Melchior

CAIXA Cultural Río de Janeiro Río de Janeiro, Brasil 01/09/2018 – 03/04/2018

La CAIXA Cultural Río de Janeiro presenta la exposición colectiva Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen, que reúne trabajos de 21 jóvenes artistas contemporáneos brasileños, realizados a principios del siglo XXI. La exposición aborda la temática de la superficie como potencia, posibilidad crítica y estética, presentando obras que están conectadas al pasado de

Exposición colectiva. Vista de la exposición Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen, en CAIXA Cultural Río de Janeiro, Río de Janeiro, Brasil, 2018. Cortesía de CAIXA Cultural Río de Janeiro Exposición colectiva. Vista de la exposición Superficies sensibles | Piel | Muro | Imagen, en CAIXA Cultural Río de Janeiro, Río de Janeiro,

Acareação (Confrontation) Acareação (Confrontation)

Acareação (Confrontation)

Curated by Germano Dushá

Observatório São Paulo, Brazil 09/26/2015 – 10/24/2015

Artists: Adirley Queirós, Anton Steenbock, Bruno Baptistelli, Débora Bolsoni, Graziela Kunsch, Jonathas de Andrade, Marcelo Cidade, Nicolás Robbio Under the threatening apex of the curve, on the side of the road, sprouts a home, in a splitsecond, in the middle of the asphalt, piss soaked, blood stained, full of ashes, it quickly vanishes, leaving, however, its trail behind: residues of fabric, cardboard, wood, a

Artists: Adirley Queirós, Anton Steenbock, Bruno Baptistelli, Débora Bolsoni, Graziela Kunsch, Jonathas de Andrade, Marcelo Cidade, Nicolás Robbio Under the threatening apex of the curve, on the side of the road, sprouts a home, in a splitsecond, in the middle of the asphalt, piss soaked, blood stained, full of ashes, it quickly vanishes, leaving, however, its trail behind: residues of fabric, cardboard, wood, a

Concrete Matter Concrete Matter

Concrete Matter

Raquel Uendi

WARM São Paulo São Paulo 07/29/2015 – 08/30/2015

Il Grande Cretto, a sarcophagus built to restore hope and to maintain a tragedy alive, creates a tension between time and death over Gilbellina, a small town in Sicily destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Made by Alberto Burri (Italy, 1915) in 1980, Il Grande Cretto maybe is one of the most iconic artwork of Cretti series, it

Il Grande Cretto, a sarcophagus built to restore hope and to maintain a tragedy alive, creates a tension between time and death over Gilbellina, a small town in Sicily destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Made by Alberto Burri (Italy, 1915) in 1980, Il Grande Cretto maybe is one of the most iconic artwork of Cretti series, it