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MAC USP presents over a hundred works from its collection

(São Paulo, Brazil) PIPA Prize finalist Jonathas de Andrade is one of the artists who had had their works recently added to the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da USP (MAC USP)’s collection. To celebrate the fact, the institution put together “MAC no Século XXI – A Era dos Artistas”, which showcases, starting this weekend, over a hundred works belonging to its collection.

Last days | “Outro Museu”, traveling group show with Denise Gadelha, Luiz Roque and Rommulo Conceição

(Pelotas, Brazil) The exhibition is motivated by the exceptional aspect of the new acquisitions, donated by artists and collectors to MAC-RS, and aims to promote the access to the collection, making it closer to the public. That way, the Museum carries on promoting the display of its collection in different institutional spaces and through different curatorial perspectives, increasingly promoting contemporary art.

Last days | “Alimentário: arte e patrimônio alimentar brasileiro”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “The curatorial strategy was to display a suggestive portrait of how the food and culinary universe contributed to the visual constitution of Brazilian imaginary today. More that presenting documents and artworks that tell the same story, which would be impossible, the aim was to exhibit a portrait of the Brazilian food universe that was accurate in reproducing not external aspects, but plurality, diversity and even its stage of permanent change”, says curator Jacopo Crivelli Visconti.

Group show “Alimentário” on view at MAM-Rio

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Divided in three parts, conceived by chef Felipe Ribenboim in partnership with Rodrio Villela, the exhibition is curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti. The first part of the exhibition, “prelude” gathers exploring expeditions through the Brazilian territory; the second, “roots”, is focused on native cuisine and the influence of cassava in Brazilian gastronomy; the third, namely “Brazilianity”, approaches diversity, economic cycles and contemporary creation, from artists as well as chefs.

Last days | “Viva Maria”, group show with Gustavo Speridião, Hector Zamora, Pablo Lobato and Traplev

(São Paulo, Brazil) In the shock between historical and contemporary products, the exhibition proposes an open reflection, inconclusive, on the social critic of art – in Brazil’s case, before being influenced by repression and censorship, and now marked by an ethical-moral confusion where corruption is dominant and critics made by scattered voices. The group of artworks reflects upon the very complexity and uncertainty of the current moment. In the words of curator Maria Montero, the artwork set can be interpreted as a “reflection of the Brazilian spirit, disgust and hope living together and a sharp sense of humour to dribble the situation”.

Exhibition with Luiz Roque and Rommulo Conceição displays works donated by artists and collectors

(Caxias do Sul, Brazil) “Outro Museu – As Doações Recentes ao Acervo do MACRS” [“Another Museum – The Recent Donations to the Museum Collection”] is a way of bringing the museum collection closer to the public in different institutional spaces and through different curatorial perspectives across the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The idea is that the donations are memorable presents for the history of art.

Group show on view at MAM-Rio focuses on Brazilian cuisine

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Amilcar Packer, Caetano Dias, Caio Reisewitz, Erika Verzutti, Hector Zamora, Lenora de Barros, Matheus Rocha Pitta, Paulo Nazareth and Paulo Nimer Pjota are some of the names participating in the group show “Alimentário”. “The curatorial strategy was to display a suggestive portrait of how the food and culinary universe contributed to the visual constitution of Brazilian imaginary today”, says curator Jacopo Crivelli Visconti

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