Marcia Pastore, detail from "Transposition". PHOTO: Hugo Curti

This Saturday, November 30th, Fábrica de Arte Marcos Amaro (FAMA) opens a new space dedicated to land art. FAMA Campo, located in the rural area of ​​Mairinque, in the interior of the state of São Paulo, will open with an unprecedented work by Marcia Pastore, entitled Transposition. “Where the sky meets the ground and the air meets the earth” is the phrase that defines the root of this new project, which aims to house interventions by artists in the landscape with ephemeral sculptures.

The Marcos Amaro Foundation, which manages FAMA, Galeria Kogan Amaro and, now, FAMA Campo offer transportation from São Paulo at 14:30 pm, departing from Galeria Kogan Amaro (Alameda Franca, 1054 – Jardim Paulista, São Paulo, SP ). Spaces are limited. sign up by clicking here.

In addition to the programming in the new space, the FAMA headquarters in Itu will open two group exhibitions, at 10 am, entitled art at the academy e Means and Processes. There will also be the opening of a solo show by Gilberto Salvador, entitled The Wave, the water and the floating world, from 14h. The public will still be able to check activation of a work by Renata Lucas, at 12 pm, and performances throughout the day.

Anyone who is going to follow the activities in Itu can get a ticket for the transport that leaves for Mairinque. They will be distributed from 13 pm and departure is scheduled for 15 pm.

Find out more on the website of FAMA.

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