Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Céu Torto Céu Torto

Céu Torto

Marcelo Cipis & Hayley Silverman

Boatos Fine Arts São Paulo, Brazil 02/18/2017 – 04/13/2017

Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini Boatos Fine Arts presents Céu Torto an exhibition by Brazilian artist Marcelo Cipis and New York artist Hayley Silverman. Inviting two artists from different generations and geographies, Céu Torto explores their shared interest into popular storytelling as tool to understand how identity and power are exercised in culture through referencing Hollywood cinema,

Hayley Silverman, Apparatus and other Accessories to Produce Beliefs and Magnetical Facts, 2017. Resin prayer hand, compass, ruler, level, hamsa, digital thermometer, humidity, temperature. 18 x 13 x 6,5 cm. Courtesy of the artists and BFA Boatos Fine Arts. Céu Torto, installation view, BFA Boatos Fine Arts, Sao Paulo. Courtesy of the artists and BFA

Fuckin’ Fruit Fuckin’ Fruit

Fuckin’ Fruit

Puppies Puppies

BFA Boatos Fine Arts São Paulo, Brazil 09/03/2016 – 12/22/2016

Puppies Puppies’ Green Works pair yellow and blue (distinct individuals) and green (their union) as a marker of works bearing some connection to love, and especially to our family. The newest Green Work, as of this writing, is Brazilian Flag (blue) (yellow) (green), 2016, an open edition of mass-produced Brazilian flags. An example of this

Puppies Puppies’ Green Works pair yellow and blue (distinct individuals) and green (their union) as a marker of works bearing some connection to love, and especially to our family. The newest Green Work, as of this writing, is Brazilian Flag (blue) (yellow) (green), 2016, an open edition of mass-produced Brazilian flags. An example of this

Miruca

Miruca

Janina McQuoid

BFA Boatos Fine Arts São Paulo, Brazil 09/03/2016 – 12/22/2016

Miruca sharpens her nails on the cloth ball, looks at the landscape out the window. Miruca is fascinated by the light in the table lamp and rolls up in the basket. Janina McQuoid is presenting a new series of “light box” sculptures, that find their place within the domestic environment and in the neighbourhood’s wood shops

Miruca sharpens her nails on the cloth ball, looks at the landscape out the window. Miruca is fascinated by the light in the table lamp and rolls up in the basket. Janina McQuoid is presenting a new series of “light box” sculptures, that find their place within the domestic environment and in the neighbourhood’s wood shops