Tagged Marcius Galan

Last days | “Imaterialidade”, group show with Laura Vinci, Marcius Galan and Paulo Vivacqua

(São Paulo, Brazil) The curators sought “art that assumes visibility beyond what is visible, sensibility beyond physical effects, travelling through and in between bodies; situations in which materiality loses contours and becomes fluid”. Ligia Canongia explains the sensory proposal of the exhibition is the provocation of emptiness, of absence, of intervals, of vapour and air existing between all things, and what surrounds us constantly.

Last days | “Empty House – Casa Vazia”, group show in tribute to Neoconcretism

(New York, US) “Empty House – Casa Vazia” is a sculpture exhibition featuring Adriano Costa, Erika Verzutti, Marcius Galan and Rodrigo Matheus, among classic Brazilian artists such as Amilcar de Castro and Lygia Pape. Challenging the rationalism and universal objectivity of early abstraction, the artists associated with this movement sought a means of expression beyond an object’s immutable formal properties, and embraced a phenomenological, at times participatory, approach in their efforts to expand the vocabulary of sculpture.






Group show evokes the intangible through 22 artworks by 18 artists

(São Paulo, Brazil) Laura Vinci, Marcius Galan and Paulo Vivacqua are among the eight Brazilian artists with works showcased in “Imaterialidade”, which deals with art in two manners of relationships: the issue of “matter” and “non-matter”, where there may be or not a concrete materiality. Adon Peres comments on how visitors will confront these two perceptions: “in the first case, a specific subject-object relationship is formed, although distanced; in the second, specially with installations, the visitor literally dives into the artwork atmosphere.”






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On view | “Imaterialidade”, group show with Laura Vinci, Marcius Galan and Paulo Vivacqua

(São Paulo, Brazil) The curators sought “art that assumes visibility beyond what is visible, sensibility beyond physical effects, travelling through and in between bodies; situations in which materiality loses contours and becomes fluid”. Ligia Canongia explains the sensory proposal of the exhibition is the provocation of emptiness, of absence, of intervals, of vapour and air existing between all things, and what surrounds us constantly.






“Empty House – Casa Vazia”, exhibition paying tribute to Neoconcretism

(New York, US) “Empty House – Casa Vazia” is a sculpture exhibition featuring Adriano Costa, Erika Verzutti, Marcius Galan and Rodrigo Matheus, among classic Brazilian artists such as Amilcar de Castro and Lygia Pape. Challenging the rationalism and universal objectivity of early abstraction, the artists associated with this movement sought a means of expression beyond an object’s immutable formal properties, and embraced a phenomenological, at times participatory, approach in their efforts to expand the vocabulary of sculpture.






Opening | “Empty House – Casa Vazia”, group show paying homage to Neoconcretism

(New York, US) “Empty House – Casa Vazia” is a sculpture exhibition featuring Adriano Costa, Erika Verzutti, Marcius Galan and Rodrigo Matheus, among classic Brazilian artists such as Amilcar de Castro and Lygia Pape. Challenging the rationalism and universal objectivity of early abstraction, the artists associated with this movement sought a means of expression beyond an object’s immutable formal properties, and embraced a phenomenological, at times participatory, approach in their efforts to expand the vocabulary of sculpture.






Last days | “Edições Tijuana”, a partnership with Galeria Vermelho, gathers works by 28 artists

(Paris, France) Books as a privileged form of expression for Brazilian artists first came about in the 1950s and 60s, with the neoconcrete movement, when its representatives developed artworks mixing poetry and visual arts. Tijuana creator Eduardo Brandão, however, noticed that nowadays this type of process is not very practical, due to difficulties in producing, exhibiting and selling. The exhibition and sales kiosk Tijuana, set outside the Galeria Vermelho, offers assistence for this universe.






Last days | “Do Objeto para o Mundo – Coleção Inhotim”, with Cinthia Marcelle, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Marcellvs L. and Marcius Galan

(São Paulo, Brazil) “Do Objeto para o Mundo” [“From the Object to the World”] is the first itinerant exhibition of Inhotim Collection and gathers works by 29 artists from different generations and parts of the world. The show occupies Itaú Cultural building in São Paulo after a season at Fundação Clóvis Salgado, in Belo Horizonte. Works presented in this exhibition propose one of many anthologies possible in this archive. The title refers to the movement of approximation of art works and the daily experience in the viewer’s world.






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