Tarsila do Amaral, Fair II, 1925
Tarsila do Amaral, Fair II, 1925


Tarsila do Amaral, Fair II, 1925

Partial hallucinations, press conference at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, until 10/06

It brings together works belonging to European avant-garde movements and Brazilian modernism from the first half of the XNUMXth century. For this purpose, the Research and Curatorship Center and the Culture and Participation Center of the Instituto Tomie Ohtake took on the challenge of thinking about multiple propositions about the concept of a school-exhibition.

Carla Chaim, 'untitled', PHOTO: publicity

The Little Death, solo show at Galeria Raquel Arnaud, until 09/06

The motto of the exhibition, which will occupy all the spaces in the gallery, is mourning, death and, at the same time, the success of pleasure. “How to begin to perceive again the thin skin that separates the external world from the internal world, a boundary between bodies, between worlds.


Ana Dias Batista, 'Às Avessas', PHOTO: publicity

upside down, solo show at Galeria Marilia Razuk, opening on 09/06

Starting from typical organization solutions of these stores, the artist uses materials such as carpet, upholstery, nylon and silk cord, organized in piles, rolled up and leaning against the walls or applied to the ceilings and baseboards. With few movements, the works subvert these elements, moving them away from their usual destinations and producing new associations.

Flora Rebollo, Thiago Barbalho and Yuli Yamagata, 'untitled', PHOTO: publicity/work by Thiago Barbalho

Roulade, exhibition at Pivô, opening on 09/06

The spiral shape of the rocambole is present in the production of the three artists, both in the sinuous forms of Yamagata's works and in the multicolored drawings of Rebollo and Barbalho. The show, however, cannot be considered “thematic”. The image of the “sweet spiral” emerged from the affective intertwining of the three artists, who developed new relationships between their work and space.

Manuela Ribadeneira, 'Floating Man', PHOTO: Disclosure

Listen, individual at Casa Triângulo, opening on 09/06

Populations near active volcanoes live in the face of a permanent threat. Fear. There are, however, new discoveries that may try to predict an eruption by listening to and interpreting the sounds emitted by volcanoes. Geophysicists working on volcanoes in Alaska, Costa Rica and São Vicente have recorded sounds that are imperceptible to the human ear. By changing their frequency and listening carefully, they discovered a pattern.

Pedro Caetano, 'Untitled', PHOTO: Disclosure

Here Now Here Now Nowhere, exhibition at Luciana Brito Galeria, opening on 09/06

Pedro Caetano has a multifaceted insertion and comprehensive understanding of the contemporary art system, and his artistic production denotes this complexity. In his work, Caetano is interested in the relationships established between high culture and popular culture, between formal rigor and material precariousness, which he critically and ironically mobilizes.

Cícero Dias, 'friendship', 1929, PHOTO: Publicity

Cicero Dias, solo show at Simões de Assis, opening on 09/06

The exhibition brings together 40 works in the first major retrospective of the Pernambuco modernist – who lived between 1907 and 2003 – in a gallery since the 1980s. In addition to the watercolors, three decades after its creation, the “Pernambucana Suite” is revealed to the public. , an unprecedented series of lithographs created in 1983 in Paris. The curatorship is by Waldir Simões de Assis.

Ferreira Gullar, 'untitled', PHOTO: Nana Moraes and Sergio Guerini

Ferreira Gullar, exhibition at Dan Galeria, opening on 11/06

At the age of 84, Ferreira Gullar produced around 80 paper reliefs, which gave rise to works in steel and an art book with poems by the author that were exhibited at Dan Galeria in 2015. now the originals of these 80 reliefs.

Guto Lacaz, 'Untitled', PHOTO: Publicity

art lab, exhibition at Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri, opening on 09/06

The time in this exhibition would be something similar to children's time, a time completely taken up by play, in which repetition and delirium are necessary in the learning process. In this case, unlearning, because here we enter the universe of objects that are no longer servants of their own destiny: functionality.

Macaparana, 'untitled', 2017. PHOTO: Publicity

affinities, exhibition at the Lasar Segall Museum, opening 09/06

Curated by Franck-James Marlot, the show brings together works by the artist from Pernambuco recognized for a work that combines geometric rigor and the informality of abstraction, and also features a clipping from his personal collection.

Project Review, 'Untitled'. PHOTO: Disclosure

The Hollow, the Vacant, exhibition at Galeria Luisa Strina, opening 09/06

Assuming that traditional ontology, like metaphysics, is a lineage of philosophical thought that has lost relevance in the face of the complexity of today's world, the selection of works seeks to twist and stretch Manichean notions such as full, empty, being, nothing, weight , lightness, exploring the ontological weaknesses that exist between these apparent opposites.


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