Opening | 11th edition of project “Abre Alas” exhibition

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

A Gentil Carioca gallery is holding from tomorrow until March the 11th edition of “Abre Alas” project group exhibition. 42 artists were selected by curators Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Livia Flores and Michelle Sommer. The exhibition is known for its tradition of bringing visibility to new artists.

“Abre Alas” project is inspired by the allegories presented on the traditional Brazilian Carnival parades. The exhibition’s goal is to make room and give visibility to young artists around Brazil. Throughout the years, the project also transformed into an international platform for new artists around the world. Dirnei Prates, Erica Ferrari, Gabriela Noujaim, Maíra Dietrich and Renato Pera were some of the contemplated artists that take part in the show, on view through March 13th.

Artists on this show: Aleta Valente, Alexandre Wagner, Bruno Cançado, Carina Sehen, Carolina Bonfim, Cecília Bona, Coletivo CS3, Daniel Beerstecher, Daniel Frota, Daniel Jablonski, Daniel Lie, Dirnei Prates, Erica Ferrari, Eva Priester, Felipe Abdala, Felipe Bittencourt, Frederico Ramires, Gabriela Noujaim, I repeat, Igor Vidor, Ilan Waesberg, Jonas Arrabal, Lucas Sargentelli, Luisa Mota, Luisa Puttermann, Maira Dietriech, Manoela Medeiros, Maria Noujaim, Marina Fraga, Miguel Penha, Pedro Gallego, Pedro Urano, Raquel Versieux, Reinaldo Candya, Renato Pera, Rita Queiroga, Rodrigo Alcon, Rodrigo Garcia Dutra, Rodrigo Moreira and Thiago Guedes.

Abre Alas 11, with Dirnei Prates, Erica Ferrari, Gabriela Noujaim, Maíra Dietrich and Renato Pera
Curated by Daniel Steegmann Magrané, Livia Flores and Michelle Sommer
Opening: February 7th, from 6pm to 10pm | Exhibition: February 9th
On view through March 13th

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