SÃO PAULO Virtual Exhibition
For the artist to make it to this point, her first solo show, a lot of water had to flow under the bridge, which is admirable considering her young age. Prior to working in fine arts, Mirela Cabral had a stint as a filmmaker, four years of college here in Brazil, a year studying abroad, plus a year working on screenwriting – getting acquainted with the meanders of a thorny industry in which decisions are made in inaccessible realms, rendering such concepts as control
Sao Paulo 20 JAN – 27 FEB 2021
Curated by Pollyanna Quintella, the show gathers an original set of approximately 20 paintings and drawings created on various supports and sizes throughout 2020. Through these pieces, one can observe the pictorial links as established on the realm of ideas. Like an intrinsic phenomenon, they rest within a sharing and referencing correlation…
New Representation KA
João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil – 1965
Lives and works in João Pessoa
He began his artistic path in the 1980s, as he was interested on the experimental productions of art movements such as Dada, Fluxus, Situationism, Concrete Poetry, Poema/Processo and the Gutai group, when he experimented with hybrid fields involving poetry, visual poetry and mail art until he got to painting, monotypes, sculptures and installations.
Brazilian artist employs recycled fabric from his homeland’s industry in artworks created along with local craftswomen.
A series of artworks created during the new coronavirus pandemic in which he reflects upon the cultural and environmental impact caused by the textile industry in Pernambuco’s Agreste, in Brazil, as of the consolidation of an Apparel Manufacture Hub, responsible for radically changing the economic dynamics.
We are pleased to announce our participation in the online exhibition, Artsoul | Large Formats, featuring works by Felipe Góes, Luisa Almeida and Rafael Kamada. Felipe Góes trabalha com pintura buscando discutir a produção e percepção de imagens na contemporaneidade. Realizou exposições individuais na Galeria Kogan Amaro […]
FRIEZE NEW YORK
Using the canvas as a diary, her practice has the body as primer matter, investigating the self outlined by her vulnerabilities and secrets, and revolves around the interplay between reality and fantasy, identity and time, offering a dreamlike alternative to reality.
The group of works in the solo exhibition “Ephemeral Fields” by artist Daniel Mullen at Kogan Amaro, the Glasgow-born artist’s first in Zurich, starts from the question “in what ways can we imagine a future monument or the idea of a monument?”
Nos Confins brings together paintings that, on purpose, do not faithfully represent the image of the real. On the contrary, they propose enigmas, whisper secrets, and cloud the viewer’s vision, providing the sensation that it is only possible to glimpse, peek, and glimpse […]