This weekend at MAM-Rio

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Exhibitions

Amilcar de Castro
25 Nov – 08 Feb 2015 | curated by Paulo Sergio Duarte
The exhibition will present a summary of Amilcar de Castro’s oeuvre, divided into four clusters: Outdoor sculptures, Sculpture and method, Drawing and Graphics.

Caneta, Lente & Pincel
6 Dec – 01 Feb 2015 | curated by Vivian Faingold and Renato Amado
Conceived by writer Renato Amado and photographer Guilherme Quaresma, the project seeks to merge in different artistic languages. An innovative idea, it sprung over five years ago and became a popular blog. “Caneta, Lente & Pincel” [“Pen, Lens & Paintbrush”] is a project that brings together the most varied artistic currents. Its aim is straightforward: from one image – video, photograph, painting, drawing, etc – or music, a text is created. Or vice-versa.

Thresholds
11 Oct – 18 Jan 2015 | curated by MAM-Rio
Although it started as a private collection, Paiva’s initiative is consistently public and puts to the test what used to be a private collection or individual creation. “Thresholds – the Joaquim Paiva Collection at MAM-Rio” talks about the different representations of public and private in the world of art by proposing another way to look at the nature of the spaces represented in the materiality of the image, with special regard to photography.

Genealogias do Contemporâneo – Coleção Gilberto Chateaubriand
permanent show | curated by Luiz Camillo Osorio
Completely refurbished in April 2013, the exhibition is divided into: Brazil: visions and vertigos, Broken city, Hybrid bodies, Geometric breathings and Dive into the collection. This edition includes a set of works by Arlindo Daibert.

MAM: Sua história, seu patrimônio
permanent show | curated by Elizabeth Catoia Varela
Show about MAM-Rio’s history and architecture. A great model of the Museum’s architectural set, graphic materials from different times are also exhibited.

Education and art | You, me and MAM

Family programme
Sundays 3pm
General public reception for visits to the collections and temporary exhibitions, development of educational and artistic activities indoors and outdoors the museum. Free admission

Group visits
– Tues to Fri 1pm and 3pm | Groups of up to 40 people
Booking: atendimento@mamrio.org.br
School group receptions, comprising guided tours, practical activities and artistic creation. Advised for student classes, NGOs and special education and social inclusion groups. Free admission

– Wed, Sat and Sun 4pm | Groups of up to 20 people
Programme for spontaneous visitor groups with guided tours through the Museum’s exhibitions. Free admission

Cinematheque

Cine Design
6 Nov – 4 Dec
Screenings integrating the Design Rio Week.

Bressane/Sganzerla
1 – 30 Nov
Júlio Bressane and Rogério Sganzerla are two of the most important Brazilian filmmakers. Representatives of inventive cinema, in 1970 they created Belair, a film producer that released seven features in its brief existence.

Calendar

Sat 29
4pm
Group visits
5pm Surprise animation screenings

Sun 30
3pm
Family programme
4pm Group visits
4pm O Mandarim by Júlio Bressane. Brazil, 1995. With Fernando Eiras, Gilberto Gil, Chico Buarque. 100’. Mário Reis’ biography featuring great names in Brazilian popular music.
6pm Cleópatra by Júlio Bressane. Brazil, 2007. With Alessandra Negrini, Miguel Falabella, Bruno Garcia. 116’. The director’s personal perspective about Cleopatra, queen of Egypt.

Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro
Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 85
Parque do Flamengo
Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brazil
T.: +55 21 22404944

Working Hours:
Tuesday to Friday: from 12pm to 6pm; weekends and holidays: from 12pm to 7pm

Tickets:
Full price – R$8,00
Students over 12 y.o. – R$4,00
Elders over 60 y.o. – R$4,00
MAM Friends – free admission
Children up to 12 years – free admission
Family Ticket (only on Sundays) for 5 people or less – R$8,00

More information: www.mamrio.org.br


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