(Lisboa, Portugal) Laet presents a series of works of different media – books, monotype, sculpture, video, among others. This is her second exposition at the gallery
(Canberra, Australia) With installation, performance, drawings, video and photography, Gê references the children of the forest and Brazil’s LGBTQIA+ community. “Mata” is a Portuguese homonym meaning both forest and kill.
(Dallas, USA) Sandra Cinto created an immersive site-specific mural for “Landscape of a Lifetime”. The art piece includes a mural that is 153 foot tall and audios with sounds recorded from the nature. On November 15th, there will also be a talk with the artist and the Museum’s curator.
(New York, USA) Five artists propose processes and pathways toward recognition of a both/and state of being. Through awareness of our aversion to suffering, we may learn to hold it like a crying child on our hip as we go about our business
(New York, NY) Maria Laet, Rosângela Rennó and Sandra Cinto created artists’ books for the group show “Cut-Out”, in NY, that combine new pieces inspired by other books released during the last decade.
(Guayaquil, Ecuador) Five Brazilian artists and other ten international ones present “Utopia and dystopia in the contemporary landscape”. Alice presents her Colombian series of pictures from “Campos Minados”
(Coimbra, Portugal) This year, Anozero receives around 40 participating artists, including Erika Verzutti, Cadu, José Bechara and Marilá Dardot
(Porto, Portugal) Paul Setúbal and other 17 artists constitute the group show “Aparelho”. All of them share similar political ideals, are against Brazil’s current government and developed pieces that denounce acts from it.
(Tenerife, Spain) Reaching the 15th edition, “Mitos del futuro próximo” is the proposal chosen for the festival
(Mexico City, Mexico) The film, commissioned by the Art Gallery of York University, was produced during Wagner’s stay at Residency Unlimited as part of her PIPA Prize award