Artissima exhibits three Brazilian artists represented by three national galleries

(Torino, Italy)

Italia’s most important Contemporary art fair, Artissima, in Torino, presents three Brazilian artists, Vivian Caccuri, PIPA 2014, 2016 and 2018 nominee and PIPA 2018 Finalist; Clara Ianni, PIPA 2014 and 2015 nominee and PIPA 2016 Finalist; and Mestre Didi. They are respectively represented by A Gentil Carioca, from Rio de Janeiro, Vermelho Gallery and Almeida e Dale, both from São Paulo.

Nearly two hundred galleries from around the world participate every year, and, in this edition, the event is divided into eight sections. Four of them curated (Back to the Future, Present Future, Disegni, and Sound) and other four overseen by the fair committee, The Main Section, where the most traditional part of the fair takes place; Dialogue, to emerging galleries that have a monologue or dialogue project; New Entries, for galleries that are solely in the market for five years and in Torino for the first time; and Art Spaces and Editions, reserved to spaces presenting editions, prints and multiples by contemporary artists.

Vivian Caccuri will present one of her sonorous works. On ‘Pagode Gabriel ao Meio’, 2018, she explores erotism, the faith, musicality and the symbology of nature on big and medium wall works and a sculpture. Clara Ianni presents photographs and sculpture with social themes.

Artissima, collective with over 189 galleries, including A Gentil Carioca, Vermelho Gallery, and Almeida e Dale
Curated by Isabella Bortolozzi, Isabella Bortolozzi Gallery, Berlin
Paola Capata, Monitor gallery, Roma, Lisbon
Guido Costa, Guido Costa Projects gallery, Torino
Martin McGeown, Cabinet Gallery, London
Alessandro Pasotti, P420 gallery, Bologna
Gregor Podnar, Gregor Podnar gallery, Berlin
Jocelyn Wolff, Jocelyn Wolff gallery, Paris
From November 2 to 4, 2018

OVAL Lingotto Fierevia
via Giacomo Matté Trucco, 70 Torino
Working hours: Fri- Sun, 12.00 – 8.00 pm

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