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Ressaca Ressaca

Ressaca

Lucas Simões

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 08/11/2018 – 09/15/2018

The Portuguese word ressaca translates to either “hangover” or “undertow” in English—in both cases meaning an aftermath or something that produces an effect. The abnormal movement of the undertow of large waves. The physical symptoms that appear when the toxic effects begin to leave the body. The nausea and the storm surge that submerges the

Ressaca, 2018. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Series you text nothing like you look, 2018. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Bruno de Almeida. Exhibition view of Ressaca at Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of  Casa Triângulo The Portuguese word ressaca translates to either “hangover” or “undertow” in English—in both cases meaning an aftermath or something that produces an effect. The abnormal

1:1 | Deyson Gilbert – Leopoldo Ponce

1:1 | Deyson Gilbert – Leopoldo Ponce

Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce

Galeria Jaqueline Martins São Paulo, Brazil 08/07/2018 – 10/13/2018

Galeria Jaqueline Martins presents the second edition of the project 1:1, featuring a new work by artists Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce, curated by Bruno de Almeida. For this edition of the project, which explores the relationship between the gallery and its urban context through works that take place in the exhibition space and, simultaneously,

Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Museum Santa Casa de São Paulo, São Paulo, 2018. Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins Deyson Gilbert and Leopoldo Ponce. Installation view of 1:1 at Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São

SITU #6 SITU #6

SITU #6

Pilar Quinteros

Galeria Leme São Paulo, Brazil 03/30/2017 – 07/01/2017

Galeria Leme presents the sixth edition of the project SITU with the site-specific installation commissioned to Chilean artist Pilar Quinteros. Part of a larger project, curated by Bruno de Almeida, this edition continues a research on ways to think and discuss the production of (urban) space, through a sequence of works carried out in the

Pilar Quinteros, SITU 6: Friends of Perpetual Movement. Installation View. Photo: Filipe Berndt. Pilar Quinteros, SITU 6: Friends of Perpetual Movement. Installation View. Photo: Filipe Berndt. Pilar Quinteros, SITU 6: Friends of Perpetual Movement. Installation View. Photo: Filipe Berndt. Galeria Leme presents the sixth edition of the project SITU with the site-specific installation commissioned to

SITU #4 | Beto Shwafaty SITU #4 | Beto Shwafaty

SITU #4 | Beto Shwafaty

Beto Shwafaty

Galeria Leme São Paulo, Brazil 04/02/2016 – 07/25/2016

The Phantom Matrix (Old Structures, New Glories) Galeria Leme presents the fourth site-specific commissioned for SITU, curated by Bruno de Almeida, giving continuity to a broader research on ways of thinking and discussing the production of (urban) space through a dialogue between art, architecture and city. SITU invites Brazilian artist Beto Shwafaty to devise a work that

The Phantom Matrix (Old Structures, New Glories) Galeria Leme presents the fourth site-specific commissioned for SITU, curated by Bruno de Almeida, giving continuity to a broader research on ways of thinking and discussing the production of (urban) space through a dialogue between art, architecture and city. SITU invites Brazilian artist Beto Shwafaty to devise a work that