Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Umbelina’s Cave Gruna Umbelina’s Cave Gruna

Umbelina’s Cave Gruna

Curated by Tobi Maier

Solo Shows São Paulo, Brazil 03/28/2015 – 04/26/2015

From an occidental point of view, the cave is the human cradle and the black box of civilization. The cry, the grunt, the roar, and the scrawls on the stonewall precede the voice, speech and writing. Way before the human, sense existed and remained coded in broken ma- terials and unintelligible traces. Archaeofossils. The philosopher

From an occidental point of view, the cave is the human cradle and the black box of civilization. The cry, the grunt, the roar, and the scrawls on the stonewall precede the voice, speech and writing. Way before the human, sense existed and remained coded in broken ma- terials and unintelligible traces. Archaeofossils. The philosopher

Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense

Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense

Organized by Tobi Maier

BFA Boatos São Paulo, Brazil 02/26/2015 – 03/28/2015

The exhibition H​oni Soit Qui Mal Y Pense (shame on him who thinks evil of it) b​y Rodrigo Garcia Dutra presents a series of new works produced in situ. Several years of studying and working in Britain have given form to the production of Garcia Dutra, an artist born into a family of m​estizo o​rigins

The exhibition H​oni Soit Qui Mal Y Pense (shame on him who thinks evil of it) b​y Rodrigo Garcia Dutra presents a series of new works produced in situ. Several years of studying and working in Britain have given form to the production of Garcia Dutra, an artist born into a family of m​estizo o​rigins

Marcelo Cipis : rostos à procura de um rosto Marcelo Cipis : rostos à procura de um rosto

Marcelo Cipis : rostos à procura de um rosto

Marcelo Cipis

Galeria Flávio de Carvalho Complexo Cultural Funarte, São Paulo, Brazil 11/16/2013 – 12/16/2013

Marcelo Cipis: faces looking for a face During the last 15 years I have moved six times from country to country, lived on three continents and passed through several different cultures during leisure travel, work and research. There is always a difference in the way people look or do not look at each other, observe

Marcelo Cipis: faces looking for a face During the last 15 years I have moved six times from country to country, lived on three continents and passed through several different cultures during leisure travel, work and research. There is always a difference in the way people look or do not look at each other, observe