(Porto Alegre, Brazil) Camila Sposati, Ding Musa, Dirnei Prates, Mayana Redin, Reginaldo Pereira, Rommulo Conceição, Tony Camargo and Yuri Firmeza are some of the artists participating in “Manifesto: Poder, desejo, intervenção”, an exhibition that avoids the recently established models that conceive artistic creation as something exclusively militant, without a particular message or density.
(Greensboro, USA) Since 1965, the Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper exhibition has charted a history of contemporary art through outstanding works on paper. Various curators throughout the years have approached the Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper biennial exhibition in different ways. For Art on Paper 2014, curator of exhibitions Xandra Eden invited fewer artists than in the past to provide audiences the opportunity to have a more in-depth understanding of each artist’s work. The exhibition includes thirty-four emerging and established artists who have created unique works using paper as their primary medium.
(Wiesbaden, Germany) For the first time were entrusted to a young São Paulo curator the compilation and selection of Brazilian artists for an exhibition at the Kunsthaus Wiesbaden. Paulo Miyada was invited to specifically design his group show, whose field of view comprises the richness and diversity of the Brazilian art scene. “The part that doesn’t belong to you, Wiesbaden” comprises works by eight artists that span a variety of medias.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “The exhibition reveals the diversity of painting the human body. Some artists use colours in a more visceral, expressive way, while others are closer to a more detailed, meticulous sight”, explains curator Raphael Fonseca. Camila Soato, Daniel Lannes, Danielle Carcav, Fabio Baroli, Marcelo Amorim, Rodrigo Bivar, Rodrigo Cunha, Thiago Martins de Melo and Vânia Mignone participate, among many other artists.