Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Isle of Innocence Isle of Innocence

Isle of Innocence

Elena Bajo

KUNSTHALLE São Paulo, Brazil 09/25/2015 – 10/24/2015

Celebrating three years of activities, KUNSTHALLE São Paulo invites Spanish artist Elena Bajo (*1976 Madrid) to present her first solo exhibition in Brazil. Adopting a conceptual approach, the artist focuses on social issues and artistic processes and conditions. Her research-oriented practice unfolds in the use of a wide variety of media such as sculpture, installation, painting, performance, film,

Celebrating three years of activities, KUNSTHALLE São Paulo invites Spanish artist Elena Bajo (*1976 Madrid) to present her first solo exhibition in Brazil. Adopting a conceptual approach, the artist focuses on social issues and artistic processes and conditions. Her research-oriented practice unfolds in the use of a wide variety of media such as sculpture, installation, painting, performance, film,

Sociedade Anônima Sociedade Anônima

Sociedade Anônima

Alain Urrutia

KUNSTHALLE São Paulo São Paulo 07/03/2015 – 08/01/2015

Basque artist Alain Urrutia (*1981, Bilbao) appropriates existing images and paints them always changing some elements, in order to tell his own version of the story. Walking around São Paulo in his first days in the city, the artist was confronted with several aspects from the Brazilian culture, which had an impact on him. For the exhibition

Basque artist Alain Urrutia (*1981, Bilbao) appropriates existing images and paints them always changing some elements, in order to tell his own version of the story. Walking around São Paulo in his first days in the city, the artist was confronted with several aspects from the Brazilian culture, which had an impact on him. For the exhibition

Ao túnel-cabo pelo braço Ao túnel-cabo pelo braço

Ao túnel-cabo pelo braço

Curated by Marina Coelho

Kunsthalle São Paulo, Brazil

The work of Julia Spínola (*1979, Madrid) departs from an intuitive and empirical practice, in which there is no place for metaphors or symbolisms. She is interested in the laws of physics such as connectivity, transference, movement, which have been present in her practice since earlier works. The artist observes the dynamics of movement of

The work of Julia Spínola (*1979, Madrid) departs from an intuitive and empirical practice, in which there is no place for metaphors or symbolisms. She is interested in the laws of physics such as connectivity, transference, movement, which have been present in her practice since earlier works. The artist observes the dynamics of movement of