Artists and photographers brought together in group show

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Rio-based galleries Laura Marsiaj and Tempo are holding a group show with photographers and Brazilian and foreign artists, including Cristián Silva-Avaria, Regina Parra and Waléria Américo.

About the artists:
One of the main aspects of Cristián Silva-Avaria‘s oeuvre is his interest for urban plots that define time, spaces and places in different cities. The idea of an encounter by chance, along with editing series of images, collections and constellations participate in his research and creative processes about unexpected consequences, resulting from a mass production of urban matter in modern times.

Regina Parra works with painting and video to deal with questions such as new hierarchies of power, control and cultural borders displacement.

A visual artist, Waléria Américo‘s experimentations travel from video, photography and intervention, investigating the relationships between the body and its surroundings; paths and shelters.

Group show by galleries Laura Marsiaj and Tempo, with Cristián Silva-Avária, Regina Parra and Waléria Américo
On view through 30th January 2015

Galeria Laura Marsiaj
Rua Teixeira de Melo, 31c – Ipanema
T/F.: 55 21 2513 2074
contato@lauramarsiaj.com.br



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