Daily Archives: July 3, 2014

Interview with André Santangelo

In response to Beatriz Milhazes’ question: “How do you develop your working process? You try a dialogue or is it a discussion?” Santangelo explains that there is a dialogue with language – both with painting and photography – but it is also a discussion, as “it is always a challenge, always like an exposed nerve”.
The artist says that from the amount of installation materials he keeps in his studio he came up with a photography series, with objects like a mattress painted with nankin and five kilometres of nylon.
Watch the interview.

Opening | “Marcantonio Vilaça Funarte 2013 Acquisitions Prize”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Obtaining pieces by Carlos Belivacqua, Eduardo Coimbra, Ernesto Neto, Guilherme Dable, Fábio Baroli, Jimson Vilela, João Modé and Luiza Baldan add contemporary artists to the MAM-Rio collection, preserving its experimenting tradition and contributing to Brazilian art history. Thus qualifying the Museum collection.

Last days | “Permission to be Global/Práticas Globales”, with Ernesto Neto

(Boston, USA) “Since the mid-20th century until now there has been an increased interest in Latin American art production, but it has been only during the last 10 years that the presence of artists from Latin America has become widespread in every single important international event including biennials, museums and private collections, magazines and galleries,” said Jesús Fuenmayor, CIFO Director and Chief Curator.

On view | A-PLAY.[ENTRE ARTISTAS]III

(Brasília, Brazil) The exhibitions raises a discussion on the political, aesthetic dimensions of games in contemporaneity through artworks of renowned and emerging artists alike. Humour, irony, cruelty, playfulness, (dis)advantage, rules and (in)discipline are some of the concepts addressed. The show gathers a variety of mediums going from photography, collage, sculpture to performance, videoart and electronic art for tablet devices. Carla Zaccagnini, Laura Lima and Yuri Firmeza are some of the featured artists.

Yuri Firmeza on view with group show “Carneiro”

(Fortaleza, Brazil) The show gathers traditional and brand new works by over 50 Ceará artistss and through them, raises a discussion on the Ceará fate: leaving and returning. From the idea of projecting a dream/desire/chance someplace else – narrative sung in “Carneiro”, by Augusto Pontes and Ednardo – the exhibition looks into questions like rural migration, transit, displacement, territorialization, attachment and affection.

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