Daily Archives: June 18, 2015

On view | “Alistamento”, a solo show by Éder Oliveira

(Belém, Brazil) The Pará-born artist presents drawings, objects, site-specifics and a videoportrait, all dealing wiht the joining the Armed Forces theme, something very common in the Amazonian region. The exhibition is a result of Oliveira’s interpretation and production about young men enlisting in the Armed Forces, who were selected through an open announcement.

Last days | “Edições Tijuana”, a partnership with Galeria Vermelho, gathers works by 28 artists

(Paris, France) Books as a privileged form of expression for Brazilian artists first came about in the 1950s and 60s, with the neoconcrete movement, when its representatives developed artworks mixing poetry and visual arts. Tijuana creator Eduardo Brandão, however, noticed that nowadays this type of process is not very practical, due to difficulties in producing, exhibiting and selling. The exhibition and sales kiosk Tijuana, set outside the Galeria Vermelho, offers assistence for this universe.

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