(Miami, USA) The Rubell Family Collection presents: ‘NO MAN’S LAND’: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection’ The exhibition, opening on December 2nd to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach week, will focus on and celebrate works by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures, and disciples. Paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations…
André Komatsu participates in group exhibition ‘Again, for the First Time: Contemporary Remakings of Abstraction’
(Miami, USA) The exhibition examines contemporary abstraction contextualization and re-interpretation in recent artistic practices by re-assessing the critical role of abstraction as an aesthetic idiom, perceptual process and research form.
Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, PIPA 2014 finalist, has been featured today in artnet news as one of the ’50 Most Exciting Artists in Europe Today’. “Steegmann Mangrané practice covers various media and oscillates between subtle, poetic but however crude experimentations that question the relationship between world and language”.
(São Paulo, Brazil) The selected works represent a diverse universe of postures that transcend the isolated meaning of an image and gather together exterior connexions by using a series of strategies, such as the disposal of multiple images in narrative sequences or the use of photographs treated as semantic unities in “visual phrases” that create bigger sets.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) As the first painter invited to join the Breathing Project, Berliner created paintings and sculptures for this intervention based on the pieces that he observed, inserting fragments of memories present on the spaces in his works, as this is one of his means of expression.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “em-entre-para-perante” presents an installation with paintings and objects. Striped fabrics with the black lines painted in white are on the walls, hanging on the top of the gallery, referring to the image of a prison’s central patio.
(São Paulo, Brazil) “Fotos contam Fatos” presents photography from a starting point and not as an end on itself. Curated by Denise Gadelha, the exhibition opens next week with works by Alice Miceli (PIPA 2014 winner), Jonathas de Andrade and Marcelo Moscheta amongst the other 50 participating artists.
Group exhibition “Arte e Ciência – nós entre os extremos” expands the public relation with Science through Art
(São Paulo, Brazil) “Our thought is larger and more precise than our senses, and what art and other human activities do is amplifying the sensitive field, making possible the interaction along with dimensions, scales and complexities that objective knowledge can’t transport”, explains the curator of the show, Paulo Miyada.
(Milan, Italy) “NO HAY PAN” is a very simple sculpture: a bread filled with sand, that has to be used and opened, in order to be revealed. The sculptural project is a radical reading of the legend of the manna; the miraculous bread which the Hebrews ate in the desert whilst escaping slavery and making their way towards the promised land.
(New York, US) In this auction and exhibition, Phillips brings together the fresh and familiar, showcasing Latin American art in a new light. The invitation is to explore works by the most internationally recognized artists and discover some of the most exciting talents new to auction.