Group show “Singularidades/Anotações” revisits the works of 35 artists

(São Paulo, Brazil)

Curated by Aracy Amaral, Paulo Miyada and Regina Silveira, “Singularidades/Anotações – Rumos Artes Visuais 1988-2013” [“Singularities/Notes”] presents a heterogeneous group of works including paintings, engravings, photographs and interaction installations, spread out over the three floors of Itaú Cultural. The project is part of the series Rumos Legado [Paths Legacy], that revisits the trajectory of the several artists awarded by the programme over nearly two decades.

The group show features works by 35 artists, such as Berna Reale, Luiz Roque, Marcelo Moscheta, Rommulo Conceição, Sofia Borges and Tatiana Blass, who have participated in different editions of the programmes “Rumos Artes Visuais” [“Visual Arts Paths”] and “Rumos Arte e Tecnologia” [“Arts and Technology Paths”].

The curators say they exercised in “searching for meanings for the Brazilian art production involved with the programme and thinking it as a whole, preserving all the distinctions between the artists, their works and curatorial approaches”. What is different in this exhibition is it shows that “the selection of works evokes something these artists made in the recent past, but also embraces their leaps and depths, the singularities acquired along the way that enabled them to continue, consistently and relevantly with questions they chose as their own.”

Next year, the show will visit other Brazilian cities and will carry out travelling workshops with another ten artists selected by the programme.

“Singularidades/Anotações – Rumos Artes Visuais 1988-2013”
With Berna Reale, Luiz Roque, Marcelo Moscheta, Rommulo Conceição, Sofia Borges and Tatiana Blass
On view through 26th October
Visiting: Tuesday to Friday, 9am to 8pm; Weekends and holidays, 11am to 8pm

Itaú Cultural
T: 11 2168 1777 / 2168 1776
Avenida Paulista, 149 – Bela Vista



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