Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
We Chose Life . What Now, Georg? Tshirts ?: Adriano Costa at Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil We Chose Life . What Now, Georg? Tshirts ?: Adriano Costa at Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil

We Chose Life . What Now, Georg? Tshirts ?: Adriano Costa at Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil

by Victor Gorgulho São Paulo, Brazil 05/26/2018 – 07/28/2018

To define Adriano Costa’s (São Paulo, 1975) artistic practice as “free” is as much an understatement as a trap. We Chose Life . What Now, Georg? Tshirts ?, currently on display at Mendes Wood DM in São Paulo, attests to this fact, crowning a decade of production whose essence lies in an intimate conversation between

Vista de instalación, Adriano Costa, We Chose Life . What Now, Georg? Tshirts ? en Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo. Imagen cortesía de Mendes Wood DM Clasificar la práctica artística de Adriano Costa (São Paulo, 1975) como “libre” es tanto una subestimación como puede ser una trampa al intentar leer el cuerpo de trabajo del

We live in the best city of South America We live in the best city of South America

We live in the best city of South America

Curated by Bernardo José de Souza and Victor Gorgulho

Fundação Iberê Camargo Porto Alegre, Brazil 09/30/2017 – 02/04/2018

Possibly the most explosive of movements in Brazilian culture, Tropicalism is now five decades old since its first signs of life in 1967. The much talked about anniversary of the movement, however, imposes the urgency of a critical revision that surpasses any other fleeting impulse for mere celebrations. Half a century after its release, the

Carlos Vergara, Poder, da série Carnaval, 1972. Print. Courtesy of the artist Traplev, Sganzerla sampler, 2016. Hand painting on plastic canvas. Courtesy of the artist Maria Sábato, Lava-Jato – Lavagem integral, 2016. Courtesy of the artist Possibly the most explosive of movements in Brazilian culture, Tropicalism is now five decades old since its first signs