Daily Archives: January 22, 2016


Lucia Koch presents videos and interventions in “La temperatura del aire”

(Burgos, Spain) The artist uses architecture, light and perception to plan her interventions in different spaces by using translucent materials, filters or perforated panels. Koch makes use of the spatial dimensions and goes deeper into light perception and effect, subtly altering it by means of elements that transform the surfaces of the walls turning them into part of the exhibition place.


Group exhibition “Tertúlia” brings female artists together to celebrate prominence of women in Brazilian Art History

(São Paulo, Brazil) In times of discussion about female representativity in culture, it’s important to celebrate the prominence of women in Brazilian Art History . It’s a tradition that counts with numerous renowned artists, whose works reverberate until current days in the artistic scene, national and internationally: Tarsila do Amaral, Anita Malfatti, Maria Martins, Lygia Clark, Mira Schendel, and many others.

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