Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Começo de Século

Começo de Século

Curated by Germano Dushá

Galeria Jaqueline Martins São Paulo, Brasil November 6, 2019 –

At the beginning of the century we lived on the brink of chaos. And it still stalks us around every corner Twenty years ago, at the turn of 1999 to the 2000s, my generation was experiencing, for the first time, the complexity unveiled by the transition of the millennium: a computational problem had become a

Lucas Brandão, BUG (2019), performance. ÃO, Untitled (2019), vestment. Helô Duran, Untitled (2019), intervention with laser and smoke machine Deyson Gilbert, Braille (2019), performance. Juliana Frontin, Insomnia (2019), sound performance Castiel Vitorino, Manjericão (2019). Photo-performance A principios del siglo vivíamos al borde del caos y todavía nos acecha en cada rincón  Hace veinte años, a finales de 1999 y 2000, mi generación experimentó por

Concrete Matter Concrete Matter

Concrete Matter

Raquel Uendi

WARM São Paulo São Paulo 07/29/2015 – 08/30/2015

Il Grande Cretto, a sarcophagus built to restore hope and to maintain a tragedy alive, creates a tension between time and death over Gilbellina, a small town in Sicily destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Made by Alberto Burri (Italy, 1915) in 1980, Il Grande Cretto maybe is one of the most iconic artwork of Cretti series, it

Il Grande Cretto, a sarcophagus built to restore hope and to maintain a tragedy alive, creates a tension between time and death over Gilbellina, a small town in Sicily destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Made by Alberto Burri (Italy, 1915) in 1980, Il Grande Cretto maybe is one of the most iconic artwork of Cretti series, it