(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) On this weekend, Brazilian artist Bruno Miguel participates in a guided visit in his exhibition “Tudo posso naquilo que me fortalece” [I can do all things through that which strengthens me]. “This idea, often associated with religion, contains a vast range of interpretations in the work of Bruno Miguel, ranging from the ironic to the sacred.”, Benjamin Moreh, curator.
(San Juan, Puerto Rico) “Tight but Loose” gathers works by Julio Suárez and Marcius Galan. Julio Suárez lives and works in San Juan, Porto Rico. His work operates in the limits between drawing and painting. Marcius Galan, PIPA winner in 2012, lives and works São Paulo, Brazil. He works using a minimal aesthetic and through a wide variety of media such as; installation, sculpture, photography and drawing.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Portuguese artist Antonio Manuel is one of the most important names of Brazilian contemporary art. Known for his political and experimental works, he arrived in Brazil in 1953, with only six years old. This solo exhibition gathers new works by the artist, with two installations created specially for this space, and also emblematic works, creating a representative set of his poetic trajectory.
The project “Sempre às Quintas” [Always on Thursdays], created by Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo promotes a series of free events every Thursday, from 5:30 pm to 10 pm. This Thursday, December 12, art critic Lorenzo Mammì presents the lecture “Gravura no Limite” .