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Itaú Cultural celebrates 30 years of existence with a constellation of Brazilian art

(São Paulo, Brazil) The exhibition “Ways of Seeing Brazil: Itaú Cultural celebrates 30” showcases three decades of existence of the institution dedicated to Brazilian art and culture and highlights the series of activities carried out by the institution since it foundation in 1987. This will be the largest selection from the Itaú Unibanco Art Collection ever exhibited together, with over 750 works occupying the entire 10,000 meters area of the Oca, one of São Paulo’s architectural symbols designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

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“Histórias/Histories: Contemporary Art from Brazil” reflects on the country’s cultural diversity

(Florida, US) “Histórias” will showcase works by Jonathas de Andrade, Sonia Gomes, Virginia de Medeiros, Caio Reisewitz, and Luiz Zerbini, whose approaches address the varied histories of Brazil, some collective, some individual, but all rooted in reflections on the country’s complicated past and present, and vast geographical, racial, and cultural wealth and diversity.






Last days | “From Valongo to Favela: imaginary and periphery”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Today, the concepts of ‘periphery’ and ‘peripheral’ are of vital importance for contemporary art, put here into critical dialogue with the traces of a continuously re-envisioned and reinvented past. The favela and, more precisely, the port region of Rio de Janeiro, have a long history and as such are a fundamental part of the memory modes and life of Brazil. Visibility is necessary such that the respect, due to all, also reaches those who have always been excluded and consigned to the margins.






“From Valongo to Favela” approaches the Rio port region

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “From Valongo to Favela” examines by means of the presence in art how the cultural imaginary of this periphery was formed. The showing traces a pathway from historical images of the place and the activities that occurred there, to the development of the favela as an issue of interest to art far beyond the geographical limits of its origins. Today, the concepts of ‘periphery’ and ‘peripheral’ are of vital importance for contemporary art, put here into critical dialogue with the traces of a continuously re-envisioned and reinvented past.






Rio port region gains visibility with group exhibition “From Valongo to Favela”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) André Komatsu, Armando Queiroz, Caetano Dias, Caio Reisewitz, Grupo Empreza, laercio Redondo, Marcelo Cidade, Matheus Rocha Pitta, Paulo Nazareth, Virginia de Medeiros and Waléria Américo are some of the names featured in “From Valongo to Favela: imaginary and periphery”. The show focuses on the favelas and the port region of Rio, which has a long history and as such are a fundamental part of the memory modes and life of Brazil.






Group exhibition on the Rio port region gathers the works of over 30 artists

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Today, the concepts of ‘periphery’ and ‘peripheral’ are of vital importance for contemporary art, put here into critical dialogue with the traces of a continuously re-envisioned and reinvented past. The favela and, more precisely, the port region of Rio de Janeiro, have a long history and as such are a fundamental part of the memory modes and life of Brazil. Visibility is necessary such that the respect, due to all, also reaches those who have always been excluded and consigned to the margins.






Port region of Rio de Janeiro is portrayed in group exhibition

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “From Valongo to Favela” examines by means of the presence in art how the cultural imaginary of this periphery was formed. The showing traces a pathway from historical images of the place and the activities that occurred there, to the development of the favela as an issue of interest to art far beyond the geographical limits of its origins. Today, the concepts of ‘periphery’ and ‘peripheral’ are of vital importance for contemporary art, put here into critical dialogue with the traces of a continuously re-envisioned and reinvented past.






Group exhibition turns eyes to Rio’s port region

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) André Komatsu, Armando Queiroz, Caetano Dias, Caio Reisewitz, Grupo Empreza, laercio Redondo, Marcelo Cidade, Matheus Rocha Pitta, Paulo Nazareth, Virginia de Medeiros and Waléria Américo are some of the names featured in “From Valongo to Favela: imaginary and periphery”. The show focuses on the favelas and the port region of Rio, which has a long history and as such are a fundamental part of the memory modes and life of Brazil.






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