Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora

Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora

Curated by Catarina Duncan

Solar Dos Abacaxis Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 20, 2019 –

We’re all over a territory in dispute Starting from the principle of an adinkra (vocabulary of symbols of the Akan people of the present region of Ghana) called Sankofa, this Manjar returns to the past to re-signify the present and build the future. Yesterday, Solar’s activities began on December 8, 2015. Since then, 35 exhibitions

Traplev, Sampler after Sgazerla (2016). Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim OPAVIVARÁ!, Cangaço, 2015. Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora (2019). Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim We’re all over a territory in dispute Starting from the principle of an adinkra (vocabulary of symbols of the Akan people of the present

Baile da Aurora Sincera Baile da Aurora Sincera

Baile da Aurora Sincera

Curated by Bernardo Mosqueira

Solar dos Abacaxis Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 02/09/2019 – 02/09/2019

Artists: Ana Clara Tito, Ana Matheus Abbade, Arthur Chaves, Bárbara Wagner, Benjamin de Burca, Bruna Amaro, Carlos Vergara, Denilson Baniwa, Enrica Bernardelli, Fernanda Zerbini, Hélio Oiticica, Jo Serfaty e Mariana Kaufman, Juliana dos Santos, Maria Palmeiro, Marcos Chaves, Mariana Paraizo, Mariwô, Nathalie Nery, Natali Tubenchlak, Opavivará!, Rafael Bandeira, Rivane Neuenschwander e Cao Guimarães, Tiago Sant’Ana Curatorship:

Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Baile da Aurora Sincera (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy of MANJAR Artists: Ana Clara Tito, Ana Matheus Abbade, Arthur Chaves, Bárbara Wagner, Benjamin de Burca, Bruna Amaro, Carlos Vergara, Denilson Baniwa, Enrica Bernardelli, Fernanda

A Gentil Carioca Jaqueline Martins A Gentil Carioca Jaqueline Martins

A Gentil Carioca Jaqueline Martins

Curated by Ricardo Sardenberg

Galeria Jaqueline Martins São Paulo, Brazil 04/08/2017 – 05/13/2017

Artists: 3Nós3, Adriano Amaral, Ana Mazzei, Arjan Martins, Bill Lundberg, Cabelo, Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, Daniel de Paula, Débora Bolsoni, Guga Ferraz, Hudinilson Jr., Ícaro Lira, Jarbas Lopes, João Modé, José Bento, Lais Myrrha, Laura Lima, Lydia Okumura, Maria Laet, Maria Nepomuceno, Martha Araújo, Opavivará, Paulo Paes, Renata Lucas, Ricardo Basbaum, Rodrigo Torres, Stuart Brisley, Thiago Rocha

Installation view. Courtesy: Galeria Jaqueline Martins. Photo: Ding Musa. Installation view. Courtesy: Galeria Jaqueline Martins. Photo: Ding Musa. Installation view. Courtesy: Galeria Jaqueline Martins. Photo: Ding Musa. Artists: 3Nós3, Adriano Amaral, Ana Mazzei, Arjan Martins, Bill Lundberg, Cabelo, Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, Daniel de Paula, Débora Bolsoni, Guga Ferraz, Hudinilson Jr., Ícaro Lira, Jarbas Lopes, João Modé,

ArtRio ArtRio

ArtRio

By João Laia Rio de Janeiro 09/09/2015 – 09/13/2015

ArtRio 2015 Week: Under the shadow of a cultural renaissance The morning of Wednesday, September 9th greeted the early guests of the preview of the carioca fair with grey, heavy clouds that darkened the sky and threatened heavy rain. This was undoubtedly a dire omen for the fair, as Brazil’s economic boom is by now

Pedro Agilson, Oca Lage. Exposição CFB 25 Anos ArtRio 2015: bajo la sombra de un renacimiento cultural El miércoles 9 de septiembre, la mañana recibió a los primeros visitantes del preview de la feria carioca con un cielo oscurecido y una amenaza de lluvia, sin duda un presagio de las perspectivas pesimistas para la feria,