ZURICH 27 NOV – 5 FEB, 2022
Luísa Almeida’s first solo exhibition abroad, Estandarte (Banner), presents a unique set of works created and produced for the show during a residence program at FAMA – Fábrica de Arte Marcos Amaro, in Itu, São Paulo, in 2021. It comprises a series of nine prints on unbleached cotton fabric that stand as banners (known as Estandartes in Brazil) usually displayed in various Brazilian events […]
SÃO PAULO 11 NOV – 22 JAN, 2022
There are many ways through which artworks can be combined. Curating is often a subjective process of establishing connections between different things based on a particular perspective, albeit one that reveals something intangible. I believe curating is also a game in which rules are established. And we should let the waves break to analyze the froth […]
KOGAN AMARO DIGITAL ART GALLERY
WITH A SPECIFIC CURATORSHIP, KADAG WILL OFFER NFTS
The Kogan Amaro gallery expands its area of operation and begins to work also with NFT, bringing this universe closer to artists, collectors, investors, and the general public. From now on, with a specific curatorship, Kogan Amaro Digital Art Gallery will offer NTFs.
NFT | SEMANA DE ARTE MUNDANA
THE FIRST NFT FROM ARTVISTA MUNDANO IN THE AIR
Happy to announce that Tropix is the newest partner of Kogan Amaro Gallery. The first NFT release features a stop motion animation of Mundano, a fragment of the Mundane Art Week exhibition that closes on March 26. Mundano appropriates the aesthetics of the iconic poster from the Semana de Arte Moderna […]
Stand G8 | April 06-10
We participated in the 18th edition of SP-Arte, which takes place from October 20 to 24 at ARCA, presenting works by artists: Alan Fontes
Daniel Mullen, Felipe Góes, Fernanda Figueiredo, Isabelle Borges, Mirela Cabral, Mundano, Paulo Lobo, Rafaella Braga, Shizue Sakamoto.
ARTSAMPA | ADRIANO MACHADO
Booth S01 | 16-20 March
The Kogan Amaro Gallery is honored to participate in the first edition of ArtSampa, with works by the Bahian artist Adriano Machado. The fair takes place from March 16 to 20, at OCA – Ibirapuera Park. Entitled Orimar, title of one of the works, the individual brings two more photographic series by Machado, Studies on still life and Baratino. […]
In the beginning was the Landscape. Greenery, lake and mountain views were shrouded in a fine mist, lightly designed in pastel-colored patches. The interaction among pictorial elements flowed harmoniously, hinting at virtual silence. Yet, days went by and the wind blew profusely, chasing serenity away.
100 years after the week that forever marked Brazilian art, that modernity that has broken the barriers of time is now seen as living past, as told by heroic interpreters who experienced a different reality, within which they’ve acknowledged our own culture […]