The Environmental-Climate Manifesto presented by Mundano takes us on a tour among the ashes of forest fires, the mud from Brumadinho’s tragedy, and the oil spilled on the Northeast region which, once combined to objects, pigments and annatto, create a narrative in which the planet’s emergency becomes an entity who’s about to devour us.
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.
“What a beautiful picture! It looks just like a photograph…” These words of praise are often part of viewers conversations in museums and exhibitions. The naïf perspective is an easy target in the aesthetics realm.
TRANCE, RITUALS AND SUBSTANCES is Carlos Mélo’s first solo exhibition at Galeria Kogan Amaro in São Paulo.
Waters speak for themselves and, through art, artist Patrícia Carparelli uses watercolor to reveal something intimate of which she hadn’t been aware.
The unconscious never ceases to self-inscribe: what’s fabled and imagined emerge at every leap taken by the individual.
Let us consider violently imposed phenomena, yet the ones that hold the elusive quality of transient images.
Think as a collective and act on behalf of the other. This is the goal of the exhibition Amigo Secreto, a group show that opens on Saturday, December 5, at the Galeria Kogan Amaro.
“Not every portrait is a tribute.” Who better to problematize the bourgeoisie, than the bourgeois themselves? Who better to dismantle the construction of whiteness than those who benefit from it?
In one of her most famous works, produced in 1985, German dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch (1940-2009) runs towards this wall set on stage and, as a result, tumbles her body down on the floor.