Sao Paulo Art Exhibition Round Up 28 September 2013 By Douglas Negrisolli
São Paulo Galleries up-date, new exhibitions this week. OMA Gallery presents exhibition “Feito à mão” [Handmade] that brings three artists with Juliana Monachesi as curator. All the artists have in common the production with their proper hands as grandmothers did ages ago. Adélia Klinke, Renato Dib and Letícia Rita composes the gallery space with paintings attached with tissues, needleworks and a rubber network with 80 meters length.
Feito à mão - OMA Galeria Ends 26 October Rua Carlos Gomes, 69 - São Bernardo do Campo www.omagaleria.com
Photo credits: Perazzolo Photography
Curator Moacir dos Anjos presents exhibition with historical objects
Nara Roesler Gallery presents a exhibition with the artists: Antonio Dias, Marcos Chaves, Paulo Bruscky, Armando Queiroz, Berna Reale, Cildo Meireles, Claudia Andujar, João Castilho, José Rufino, Paula Trope, Paulo Nazareth, Regina Parra, Rosângela Rennó, Thiago Martins de Melo and Virginia de Medeiros. This composition talks about several issues transiting the body aspects and related to military regime in Brazil and their consequences, and brings other young artists discussing body and insanity.
Cães Sem Plumas - Nara Roesler Gallery Avenida Europa, 655 Ends 9 November
Photo Credits: José Rufino - Lexicon silentii 2013
Iran do Espírito Santo present unpublished draws
Fortes Vilaça Gallery presents draws from Iran do Espírito Santo produced between 1993 until the present day. This draws was made with several materials as pen, coal and watercolor, and represents his studies to tridimensional works. This draws will compose a book from his work that will be released in 2014.
Fortes Vilaça Gallery Ends 9 November Rua Fradique Coutinho, 1500
Exhibition brings recent production from Sergio Fingermann
DAN Gallery shows new research from artist Sergio Fingermann with paintings born from his experience with stone mosaics Portuguese in the works of Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta. The new works are made with a Japanese paper making then translucent, leaving the experience to people watch and observe the colors.
Se noite fosse água – DAN Gallery Rua Estados Unidos, 1638 Ends 21 October
Brazilian artist presents paintings as low-resolution images
Geraldo Marcolini presents at Zipper Gallery the paintings with landscapes and a process that appears the tradicional engraving and monoprint. The artist captures the crudeness of the landscape more than the subjectivity of its meanings.
Toner – Zipper Gallery Rua Estados Unidos, 1494
Ends 28 September http://zippergaleria.com.br/en/
Photos: Courtesy of Galleries
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