Tagged Julia Debasse

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Jacaranda opens group show “Sorria!” this Saturday, at Villa Aymoré

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) A technique often overlooked when juxtaposed with more up-to-date art practices, painting is the focus of “Sorria!”, group show that opens this Saturday at Jacaranda, in Villa Aymoré. Featuring works by 11 young carioca painters, including PIPA Prize nominees Gustavo Speridião and Daniel Lannes, the exhibition displays a panorama of the possibilities of painting today. Further on, also take place during the opening a documentary screening, an open talk, a book release and the launching of Jacaranda magazine #4.

Last days | Exhibition “Ficções” dives into contemporary artistic narratives

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The exhibition highlights the plurality of Brazilian art. As well as betting on the strength of Rio artists, the show brings other cities close together. “Narrative resources such as simile are very important when it comes to Brazilian art. This is an exhibition formed by a crossing between contemporary art and literature, film, theatre and music, among other languages. At no point we are illustrating a book of stories”, says curator Daniela Name.

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Exhibition “Ficções” looks into Brazilian art diversity through its narratives

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “Ficções” invites the viewer to a journey through narratives, highlighting the plurality of Brazilian art. “Narrative resources such as simile are very important when it comes to Brazilian art. This is an exhibition formed by a crossing between contemporary art and literature, film, theatre and music, among other languages. At no point we are illustrating a book of stories”, says curator Daniela Name.

Exhibition “Ficções” dives into contemporary artistic narratives

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The exhibition highlights the plurality of Brazilian art. As well as betting on the strength of Rio artists, the show brings other cities close together. “Narrative resources such as simile are very important when it comes to Brazilian art. This is an exhibition formed by a crossing between contemporary art and literature, film, theatre and music, among other languages. At no point we are illustrating a book of stories”, says curator Daniela Name.

Last days | Group exhibition “Play”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Bringing in works by artists such as Daniela Mattos, Laercio Redondo, Pedro Motta and many others to the old Colônia Juliano Moreira, where Museu Bispo do Rosário is located, this exhibition aims at the association between art and infancy, combining fun and art and acknowledges these aspects as inherent to the creation process each artist endures.

Group exhibition “Play” with PIPA artists

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This group show, an approach to a child’s universe, brings together PIPA artists such as Daniel Murgel, Felipe Barbosa, Luiz Hermano, Maria Nepomuceno and many others. “Play” relates infancy, games and fun with art, understanding how these motifs are inherent to the act of creating and how artists are able to keep marveling themselves and others with insights, arrangements and discoveries.

“Play” | Museu Bispo do Rosário Arte Contemporânea

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Museu Bispo do Rosário Arte Contemporânea, located at the old Colônia Juliano Moreira, presentes the group exhibition “Play” about children’s universe. The show is curated by Fernanda Pequeno and Marta Mestre and is composed of works by Arthur Bispo do Rosário, Anton Steenbock, Arlindo, Bete Esteves, Cildo Meireles, Daniel Murgel, Daniela Mattos, Felipe Barbosa, Fernando Diniz, Franklin Cassaro, Gilmar Ferreira, João Modé, José, Julia Debasse, Laercio Redondo, Lobão, Luiz Hermano, Marcos Cardoso, Maria Mattos, Maria Nepomuceno, Nelson Leiner, Patricia, Pedro Motta, Renato Bezerra de Melo, Roger Mello, Rosana Ricalde and Vitor. The exhibition relates infancy, game and fun with art, perceiving how these aspects are inherent to the act of creating and how artists keep this ability of marveling themselves and others with insights, arrangements and discoveries.

Artur Fidalgo presents three exhibitions

At the gallery, the artist Hildebrando de Castro with his architectural car sun shades , at the Fidalgo Warehouse he invites the audience to count stars with the artistic duo Saulo Laudares & Franz Manata and at the mural found by Julia Debasse, the artist recounts her private story of Brazil’s discovery.

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