(São Paulo, Brazil) This is the third edition of “Lista”, a group show with a variety of works by artists such as Fabio Zimbres and Tinho, who are all represented by the same gallery and also guest artists, exhibiting new works and some selected from the gallery’s collection.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “Primeiro estudo: Sobre Amor” [“First study: About Love”] curated by Bernardo Mosqueira with the artists: Ivan Grilo, Marcelo Amorim and Rodrigo Braga among others. The works presented question love. “Here, we point out the characteristic suppression of romantic love and the possibility of choosing it creatively, deep and healthy way. “
(São Paulo, Brazil) Raul Mourão’s second exhibition shows an heterogeneous combination of sculptures, installations, videos and paintings. This is a result of an outlook on his career as a whole, including works from past series and new pieces, as well as an installation dedicated to artist Selarón.
(São Paulo, Brazil) Internationally acclaimed French-American artist Stephen Dean displays installations that provide a mirage of tones, combining ordinary and sophisticated materials, and a video from his series “Fever” that suggest alterity of colours. This individual exhibition is spread over two floors of the gallery.
(Fortaleza, Brazil) The University of Fortaleza presents, at Espaço Cultural Unifor, the exhibition “XVII Unifor Plástica”. The show is composed of works by artists who were born or live in Ceará and others by artists from the northeast of Brazil. The exhibition provides an overview of the artistic production of the area. Participating artists: Leonilson, Sérvulo Esmeraldo, Rodrigo Frota, Estrigas, Nice Firmeza, Efrain Almeida, Luciano Figueiredo, Luís Hermano, Chico de Almeida, Zé Tarcísio, Eduardo Frota, José Guedes, Milena Travassos, Jared Domicio, Yuri Firmeza, Solon Ribeiro, Victor César, Waléria Américo, Herbert Rolim, Arthur Bispo do Rosário, Delson Uchôa, José Rufino, Marcelo Gandhi, Rodrigo Braga, Marepe, Jonathas de Andrade and Thiago Martins.
(Geneva, Switzerland) Alongside Cao Guimarães, Ricardo Lanzarini, Marco Maggi and many others, artist Pedro Varela shows his surreal drawings and installations in this contemporary art exhibition. Visitors are able to see landscapes that combine skyscrapers and castles, made with ballpoint pen.