Tagged Sara Ramo

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“A Song For Rio” inaugurates a new art space in the city

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The Fortes Vilaça Gallery opens, this Sunday, November 20th, a new independent space in Rio de Janeiro, “Carpintaria”. The opening exhibition, “A song for Rio”, curated by Douglas Fogles and Hanneke Skerat, is divided in two parts—the second one opens in February—and features over twenty national and international artists. Amongst them, there are five PIPA Prize nominees: Arto Lindsay, Bárbara Wagner, Domenico Lancellotti, Sara Ramo and Vivian Caccuri.

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Sara Ramo participates in the group show “Performing the Landscape”

Sara Ramo, PIPA Prize nominee for three years in a row – 2010, 2011 and 2012 – participates in the group exhibition “Performing the Landscape”, presented simultaneously in five different galleries in Calgary, Canada. The show aims to turn the landscape genre upside down through the work of 13 international artists, who introduce elements of performativity into the ‘natural environment’. The exhibition runs until November 12th.






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Group show connects with a tale by Borges

(Amsterdam, Netherlands) The works by Laura Belém, Débora Bolsoni, Cristiano Lenhardt, Matheus Rocha Pitta and Sara Ramo seem to share the same fabric as “The Aleph” since their matter surpasses their individual contexts without surrendering their specificness by exploring local aspects through a complex layering of references grounded by their cultural context.






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38 contemporary Brazilian artists participate in the group exhibition “Soft Power. Arte Brasil.”

(Amersfoort, Netherlands) The exhibition is prompted by the prospect of the Rio Olympics: the second global sporting event to be hosted by Brazil within a few months, following the FIFA World Cup in 2014. In the exhibition, Kunsthal KAdE asks what sort of country chooses to showcase itself in this way. Part of the answer to that question can be found in the work of the visual artists and artist collectives currently active in Brazil.






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“Imagine Brazil” gathers together works by emerging Brazilian contemporary artists

(Quebec, Canada) “What you will see is a constellation of works by young artists, our view on emerging Brazilian contemporary art. We also present two further exhibitions within the exhibition: a selection of more established artists who have been invited into the show by the younger ones whom we have chosen, providing a story of recent art in Brazil, and an exhibition of artists’ books by emerging practitioners”






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Opening | “Tertúlia”, group show with Erika Verzutti, Lucia Laguna, Marina Rheingantz, Sara Ramo and Tamar Guimarães

(São Paulo, Brazil) In times of discussion about female representativity in culture, it’s important to celebrate the prominence of women in Brazilian Art History . It’s a tradition that counts with numerous renowned artists, whose works reverberate until current days in the artistic scene, national and internationally: Tarsila do Amaral, Anita Malfatti, Maria Martins, Lygia Clark, Mira Schendel, and many others.






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Group exhibition “Tertúlia” brings female artists together to celebrate prominence of women in Brazilian Art History

(São Paulo, Brazil) In times of discussion about female representativity in culture, it’s important to celebrate the prominence of women in Brazilian Art History . It’s a tradition that counts with numerous renowned artists, whose works reverberate until current days in the artistic scene, national and internationally: Tarsila do Amaral, Anita Malfatti, Maria Martins, Lygia Clark, Mira Schendel, and many others.






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44 Brazilian contemporary artists take part in the itinerant exhibition “Imagine Brazil”

(Quebec, Canada) “In a certain way, Brazil is an imaginary country. It is a country of spectacular nature and magic, of ethnic and social diversity. In fact, it is not one country but multiple, variable, rich and overwhelming lands. There is thus no one way to sum up the nation or the country, and the same goes for its art scene”, affirm the curators Gunnar B. Kvaran, Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Thierry Raspail.






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