Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Cae la tarde

Cae la tarde

Pablo Accinelli

Galeria Luisa Strina São Paulo, Brazil 11/22/2016 – 01/28/2017

Paving stones, city, step, feet, country, earth ground meters, paving stone, earth. paving stone, city, joints, cement, lime. city, cement, bricks, lime earth. rug, kilometers. walls earth stakes, rug. wall, ground, streets, sidewalks, doors. country, earth cement. doors. room, walls, lime, paint door chair table, paintings, glasses, bottles, walls, ground. continuation, houses, street earth, flower

Exhibition view, 2016. Courtesy of Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Pablo Accinelli, Duración interna (Internal duration), 2016. Wooden polka dots, acrylic paint, elastic. 99 x 41 x 3 cm. Courtesy of Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo. Photo: Edouard Fraipont. Pablo Accinelli, Duración interna (Internal duration), 2016. Cement, wood. 77,5 x 52 x

Armazém de Mim

Armazém de Mim

Marepe

Galeria Luisa Strina São Paulo, Brazil 11/24/2015 – 01/30/2016

“At a time of global cultural homogenization, his works carry an exceptional form of authenticity, speaking of the unique cultural aspects of the place he calls home-Bahia, proposing a globally comprehensible argument. The attraction of his works lies in their exotic nature that dialogue with the fusion of cultures to which he is witness.” (Excerpt from the text Canibalização do dia-a-dia

“At a time of global cultural homogenization, his works carry an exceptional form of authenticity, speaking of the unique cultural aspects of the place he calls home-Bahia, proposing a globally comprehensible argument. The attraction of his works lies in their exotic nature that dialogue with the fusion of cultures to which he is witness.” (Excerpt from the text Canibalização do dia-a-dia

Risk Contract

Risk Contract

Beto Shwafaty

Galeria Luisa Strina São Paulo, Brazil 10/07/2015 – 11/14/2015

Since March of last year, when the Brazilian Federal Police began the first phase of the so-called “Operation Jet Wash” (Operação Lava Jato), countless images of the state oil company Petrobras’ head office building – named EDISE – in downtown Rio de Janeiro have proliferated in the national and international news with a frequency perhaps not seen since the distinctive-looking building

Since March of last year, when the Brazilian Federal Police began the first phase of the so-called “Operation Jet Wash” (Operação Lava Jato), countless images of the state oil company Petrobras’ head office building – named EDISE – in downtown Rio de Janeiro have proliferated in the national and international news with a frequency perhaps not seen since the distinctive-looking building

Ágrafo

Ágrafo

Laura Lima

Galeria Luisa Strina São Paulo, Brazil 08/05/2015 – 09/19/2015

And if you can, don’t forget the calm face of the tiger that is standing at the door Waiting to come in And then go through us Matilde Campilho (1) Decipher me or I’ll devour you Raymond Roussel, a writer considered by André Breton as “the greatest magnetizer of all time”, was one of those illustrious unknowns

And if you can, don’t forget the calm face of the tiger that is standing at the door Waiting to come in And then go through us Matilde Campilho (1) Decipher me or I’ll devour you Raymond Roussel, a writer considered by André Breton as “the greatest magnetizer of all time”, was one of those illustrious unknowns

Suizas Navajas (Jacknives Swiss) Suizas Navajas (Jacknives Swiss)

Suizas Navajas (Jacknives Swiss)

Pedro Reyes

Galería Luisa Strina São Paolo, Brazil 09/26/2013 – 10/26/2013

Galeria Luisa Strina is pleased to present its first solo show by artist Pedro Reyes. Suizas Navajas (Jacknives Swiss) is a traditional version of the Swiss jackknife, recreated on the basis of objects bought in flea markets in Mexico City. The jackknives have received new functions and mechanisms, introducing, for example, a flute, a spoon

Galeria Luisa Strina is pleased to present its first solo show by artist Pedro Reyes. Suizas Navajas (Jacknives Swiss) is a traditional version of the Swiss jackknife, recreated on the basis of objects bought in flea markets in Mexico City. The jackknives have received new functions and mechanisms, introducing, for example, a flute, a spoon