Last days | “The part that doesn’t belong to you, Wiesbaden”, group show with Paulo Nimer Pjota

(Wiesbaden, Germany)

Paulo Nimer Pjota has artworks exhibited at “The part that doesn’t belong to you, Wiesbaden”, a group show curated by Paulo Miyada which occupies since the 10th October the Kunsthaus Wiesbaden.

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.

Featured artists: Breno Rotatori, Fernando Piola, Guilherme Peters, Ícaro Lima, Marta Jourdan, Paulo Bruscky and Paulo Nimer Pjota

“The part that doesn’t belong to you, Wiesbaden”, group show with Paulo Nimer Pjota
Curated by Paulo Miyada
On view through 14th December
Visiting: Tues-Sun, 11am to 5pm; Thursdays, 11am to 7pm
Free admission

Kunsthaus Wiesbaden
Schulberg 10, 65183
Wiesbaden, Germany
T.: 49 611 313053



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