Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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

Filhxs do Fim Filhxs do Fim

Filhxs do Fim

Daniel Lie

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 02/03/2018 – 03/24/2018

2018 is the year of Casa Triângulo’s 30th anniversary, and its commemorative exhibitions season opens with the second show by young artist Daniel Lie at the gallery, happening in the week previous to Carnaval and during Lent. Entitled Filhxs do Fim [Children of the End], the show presents a large installation which occupies the gallery’s main

Daniel Lie. Exhibition view of Filhxs do Fim at Casa Triângulo, Sâo Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Fotos by Felipe Berndt. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Daniel Lie. Exhibition view of Filhxs do Fim at Casa Triângulo, Sâo Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Fotos by Felipe Berndt. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo Daniel Lie. Exhibition view of Filhxs do Fim at

Baroque and Chasm

Baroque and Chasm

Max Gómez Canle

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 11/25/2017 – 12/23/2017

There is no origin, or everything is conceived together, in this miracle. All of these distances that hang here on the walls are spaces of time, color, brushes, rhythm, form… They are paintings, but they are magic mirrors. They enchant us with the possibility of telling the life of what we do, as though we

Max Gómez Canle. Installation view at Baroque and Chasm, Casa Triângulo, Sao Paulo, 2017. Courtesy of Casa Triangulo Max Gómez Canle. Installation view at Baroque and Chasm, Casa Triângulo, Sao Paulo, 2017. Courtesy of Casa Triangulo Max Gómez Canle. Installation view at Baroque and Chasm, Casa Triângulo, Sao Paulo, 2017. Courtesy of Casa Triangulo There

Recent Paintings and Reliefs

Recent Paintings and Reliefs

Valdirlei Dias Nunes

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 07/01/2017 – 08/05/2017

With an art career spanning nearly three decades, Valdirlei Dias Nunes is a singular artist among his generation. Born in the interior of the state of Paraná, he earned a degree in pharmacy and in biochemistry before moving to São Paulo in the early 1990s, when he began to participate in exhibitions held at galleries

Installation view. Valdirlei Dias Nunes, Recent Paintings and Reliefs. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Relevo n. 1, 2017. Water based enamel on MDF and cedar wood. 103 x 110 cm. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Sem título, 2017. Acrylic on canvas. 50 x 30 cm. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo. Photo: Edouard Fraipont.

Body in Change

Body in Change

Eduardo Berliner

Casa Triângulo São Paulo, Brazil 11/05/2016 – 12/23/2016

Curated by Priscyla Gomes and Felipe Kaizer I thought my sister could sprout in a tree of muscles, with branches of bones to lay down flowers of nails. Thousands of nails that perhaps would follow the little sun. Perhaps they would grow as sharp claws. Valter Hugo Mãe, A desumanização [The dehumanization] To sprout, change, renovate

Exhibition view, 2016. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo, São Paulo. Exhibition view, 2016. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo, São Paulo. Eduardo Berliner, Balanço [Swing set], 2016. Oil on MDF. 275 x 372 cm. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Courtesy of Casa Triângulo, São Paulo. Curated by Priscyla Gomes and Felipe Kaizer I thought