Work by Giorgio de Chirico, 1941. PHOTO: Publicity

Casa Roberto Marinho, located in the traditional neighborhood of Cosme Velho, in Rio, presents until October the ". With around 150 works and curated by Lauro Cavalcanti, the exhibition presents pieces from the plural collection of the carioca businessman and journalist who gave the house its name, who died in 2003.

Paintings, sculptures, watercolors, lithographs, serigraphs and tapestries make up the exhibition with works by artists from different periods, including Jean-Baptiste Debret, Giovanni Battista Castagneto, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dalí, Fernand Léger, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, George Mathieu and Jean Cocteau.

Foreigners who have adopted Brazil as their home were also included in the exhibition. Lasar Segall, Tomie Ohtake, Franz Weissmann, Frans Krajcberg, Yutaka Toyota, Joaquim Tenreiro, Maria Polo, Manabu Mabe and Roberto Moriconi are some of them.

At the same time, Casa Roberto Marinho presents the exhibition Djanira: The Memory of Her People, produced in partnership with MASP. Curated by Rodrigo Moura and Isabella Rjeille, the exhibition showcases the work of Djanira da Motta e Silva, one of the most important Brazilian modernist painters.

Foreigners in the Roberto Marinho Collection
Casa Roberto Marinho Institute – Rua Cosme Velho, 1105
From June 19th to October 27th

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