Sé Galeria presents the solo show by Edu de Barros, described by the curator Clarissa Diniz as "a counter-proposal to the chaos that is announced as the end of the world. Edu provocatively joins the chorus of those who await the return of the myths and messiahs of the past, celebrating creation in the midst of the ongoing upheaval.” The Sé also seeks to form new audiences for artists and works that express a conceptual and procedural vision of contemporary art.It represents 19 Brazilian artists.

SFollowing the desire to strengthen the dialogue between cultural entities active in the country, Fortes D'Aloia e Gabriel launches, on August 4th, the digitalform payment Trance. The project, located on the gallery's website, will work as a collaboration and exhibition network for artistic works that will be renewed every three months. Its first interaction was designed from the São Paulo circuit, but the platform will also receive institutions from other cities in the country.

To stimulate reflection on the exhibitions hosted on the platform, a series of conversations between directors of these entities, curators and guest artists will be incorporated throughout each cycle. Celebrating the opening of Transe, the gallery's website will be dedicated for 24 hours exclusively to the project. Check out the gallery below for a bit more about the participants:

 

Read more: Founded in the 1940s by progressive Jews, Casa do Povo overcomes 30 years of crisis and consolidates itself as a prolific cultural center, an experimental space for the coexistence and performance of multidisciplinary artistic collectives and autonomous movements. Click here.

Pivô launches Satellite, an online project that will exhibit works by twelve artists. With the objective of contributing to the creation of a support network for the Brazilian artistic community, Pivô Satélite will present experimental projects specially designed for the internet and selected by three young curators. Click here.

 

 

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