Around 60 works by Antonio Bandeira can be seen at MAM São Paulo in the artist's solo exhibition until March 1st. Curated by Regina Teixeira de Barros and Giancarlo Hannud, the exhibition Antonio Bandeira brings together works from different phases of the artist's production, from the first figurative paintings to the large canvases of plots, created in the last years of his career.

Curated by Felipe Chaimovich, an exhibition with two works by Laura Vinci, in the Museum's Glass Room, focuses on the artist's research on art and ecology. With the same curatorship, the artist Vicente de Mello is chosen for the Parede Project, in which he presents the work entitled pli selon pli, inspired by a piece by French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez.

Chaimovich is also curator of the collective of selected artists' books produced by hand or that have been published by alternative publishers. There are books by artists such as Almandrade, Anna Bella Geiger, Antonio Dias, Betty Leirner, Dora Longo Bahia, Julio Plaza, León Ferrari, Marcius Galan, Nuno Ramos, Paulo Bruscky, Regina Silveira and Rosângela Rennó.

Individuals Vicente de Mello and Laura Vinci; collective Artists' books
until February 16
Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo (MAM-SP): Ibirapuera Park (av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, s/nº – Gates 1 and 3)
More info: (11) 5085-1300

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