Daily Archives: May 31, 2013

New pages | Camila Soato and Marcelo Cipis

Visit the new pages of two PIPA 2013 nominees. Camila Soato combines the tradition of figurative oil painting, wrapped in a usual seriousness, with themes related to the satirical humor. Marcelo Cipis is a São Paulo based artist, who works with painting, drawing and sculpture. His painting goes from figuration of a reality-based and other figuration with reference to aspects of illustration that brings back to the pictorial work.

Weekend at MAM-Rio

This weekend is the last to visit the exhibitions: “Índice”[Index], in which Luiza Baldan makes a video projection of images captures in real time, and Super 8, an artist-curated video art exhibition, in which eight artists from eight different cities across the globe were invited to curate weekly video screenings.

Agenda | Summary of the week | May 31 to June 6

This weekend, two solo exhibitions closings in São Paulo: “Lapso”, by Felipe Cohen and “Passageiro”, by Dora Longo Bahia. Our weekly cultural programming has a series of shows and is organized by region to ease your search.
Check out the exhibitions in your town and program your visit.

Opening | Venice Biennale

In the 2013 biennial, Paulo Nazareth and Tamar Guimarães are Brazilian highlights and Odires Mlászho is on show at Brazil’s pavilion. Amongst the 47 collateral events that will happen parallel to the Biennale are the “Future Generation Art Prize”, with André Komatsu and Jonathas de Andrade and “Emergency Pavilion: Rebuilding Utopia”, with Cinthia Marcelle.

Wednesday | Pinta London 2013

Part of the Pinta Art Fair is PINTA Projects. Focused in promoting Latin American artists living and working in Europe. In 2013, it is curated by Catherine Petitgas and Kiki Mazzucchelli. Amongst the 10 artists participating in this edition is Rodrigo Matheus.

Last days | “Lugar Nenhum”

The exhibition’s name, that can be translated to ‘Nowhere’, has works by PIPA nominees Luiza Baldan, Marina Rheingantz, Rodrigo Andrade and Sofia Borges, among other artists.

“Ao Amor do Público”

In the show’s opening, OPAVIVARÁ! will parade around the streets of Rio de Janeiro’s Center. They will invite friends and artists to wear the costumes at the opening show. Throughout the exhibition, the outfits are available for the audience’s use.

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