Daily Archives: July 7, 2015

Marcia de Moraes presents solo show at Galeria Leme

(São Paulo, Brazil) Drawing directly on paper without a prior sketch, Marcia de Moraes uses the previous work as a parameter to draft a new composition. In the manner of a cadavre exquis, it is this previous composition that suggests the tracing, the areas of colour and the constituting lines of the next work.

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Exclusive interview with nominated artist Antonio Bokel

In the course of two decades, Antonio Bokel has presented his work in Brazil and abroad, either in galleries or through urban interventions, connecting street art to contemporary art. In this interview, the artist says that the great strength behind his production comes from painting, which supports his works with photography and silkscreen printing.

Opening | “Horizontes Artificiais”, solo show by Kilian Glasner

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The show consists of ten charcoal, pastel and paint drawings on paper, depicting overhead views of lit up cities. Some works embody airplane dashboards on the forefront. They are all large scale, with tiny dots revealed after a layer of paint or pastel is applied. Nightscapes where light is born from paper, revealing urban mappings in black and white or in warm colours, in a mixture of feelings: awe, romantism, warmth, magic, dream and mistery.

“Horizontes Artificiais”, solo show by Kilian Glasner

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The show consists of ten charcoal, pastel and paint drawings on paper, depicting overhead views of lit up cities. Some works embody airplane dashboards on the forefront. They are all large scale, with tiny dots revealed after a layer of paint or pastel is applied. Nightscapes where light is born from paper, revealing urban mappings in black and white or in warm colours, in a mixture of feelings: awe, romantism, warmth, magic, dream and mistery.

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