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Last days | Project “SITU”, presented by Galeria Leme

(São Paulo, Brazil) The curatorial focus falls upon artists whose researches gravitate around architectural and urban space issues, as well as other tangential topics. In addition, there is an emphasis on Latin American artists, as they have another bodily and intellectual understanding of space that comes from an intense familiarity with the complexity of the public sphere and of the urban and social processes that are specific to Latin America.

Galeria Leme presents project “SITU”, with artworks by Latin American artists

(São Paulo, Brazil) To design the first site-specific, SITU invites José Carlos Martinat. Motivated both by the architecture of Galeria Leme’s building, as well as by the social dynamics of the city of São Paulo, the Peruvian artist creates his most subtle installation to date. Renouncing a physical occupation of the outside space of the gallery, he focuses on the immaterial flows, discourses and information that actively participate in the construction and contestation of the urban space.






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Project “SITU”, presented by Galeria Leme

(São Paulo, Brazil) This project invites a number of Latin American artists to, one after another, take hold of the external spaces of Galeria Leme’s building, devising temporary and site-specific works which relate both to the construction and to the adjoining public space.






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.






Vivian Caccuri presents brand new works in “Condomínio”

(São Paulo, Brazil) In “Condominium,” Caccuri shows four different series of new works, making use of technology to reflect on the permeability – often curtailed – between public space and private space. The materials, shapes, places, and dynamics of “Condominium” are part of the research for “Silent Walk.” While Caccuri researches the locations for the wandering in silence, she encounters people, objects, and situations that cumulatively become elements for projects such as those in the exhibition.






Vivian Caccuri presents her first solo show in São Paulo

(São Paulo, Brazil) In “Condominium,” Caccuri shows four different series of new works, making use of technology to reflect on the permeability – often curtailed – between public space and private space. The materials, shapes, places, and dynamics of “Condominium” are part of the research for “Silent Walk.” While Caccuri researches the locations for the wandering in silence, she encounters people, objects, and situations that cumulatively become elements for projects such as those in the exhibition.






Last days | “Esforço Repetitivo”, solo exhibition by João Angelini

(São Paulo, Brazil) The new installation “Funk de 4”, makes from the rhythmic change of channels from four out-of-tune old TVs, the principle of a “batidão” which we slowly recognize, almost unbelieving that the images and appliances, that refer to obsolescence and noise, can tune into a recognizable melody. There is no real animation, but the game between continuity and cut that this, even more than at the movies, taught us to understand.






“Esforço Repetitivo”, solo exhibition by João Angelini, is curated by Paulo Miyada

(São Paulo, Brazil) The work “Lines”, a collaboration with Luciana Paiva, employs similar technical principles in the making of a simple allegory of the “anima” which the cartoon lends to the traces. The illusion that the succession of frames creates – that the static sketches are alive and moving – becomes almost palpable when are drawn in the hands of a man and a woman that meet, converge and depart in a miniature dance that could never end.






Opening | “Esforço Repetitivo”, solo exhibition by João Angelini

(São Paulo, Brazil) The works of João Angelini gathered here, every one of them in some form tributaries to the principles of animation, move between these poles. In “L.E.R.”, the bureaucratic routine of the stamping-protagonist wins, the juxtaposition of hundreds of long exposure photographs, with a frantic, surreal and mechanic character. Represents an image of repetitive and alienated labour, built, also, by a repetitive technique, but far from any automatism: without post-production, the video is a direct heir of traditional animation, with an almost choreographic care in the registry of each frame in which actor moves his body and head at different speeds.






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