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Exhibitions 2020

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Zurique
11 sept – 31 jan, 2021

Ut machina corpus

Marcia Pastore

In the 1949 anti-epic poem “A máquina do mundo” [The Machine of the World] by Carlos Drummond de Andrade (*), the renowned Brazilian poet reveals the mechanism of the world while the individual remains an enigma. Like Drummond, the installation Peso-contrapeso [Weight-Counterweight] by São Paulo-born conceptual artist Marcia Pastore thrives in the Hellenic and Renaissance theory that the world is a machine. Weight-Counterweight lays bare a complex and perplexing mechanism created to perform an overwhelming play of tension by drawing lines with steel cables in the void architectural space, which is one of Pastore’s recurring issues along with experiments in civil engineering.

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São Paulo
5 dec - 20 dec, 2021

Secret Santa

Coletiva

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. With works of the 27 artists that integrate the body represented by the Gallery, the exhibition will have 100% of the amount raised with the works reverted to the organizations Pimp My Carroça, that works with the collectors that work in the streets of São Paulo and Childhood Brasil, that develops projects of protection to children and teenagers in situation of social vulnerability.

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São Paulo
31 Oct – 28 Nov, 2020

Pernoite

Daniel Lannes

“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 recent anti-racist movements, there has been a push to inspire white people to problematize and dismantle whiteness amongst themselves. The intimate conversations had between white folks are some that only they know the details of.

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São Paulo
10 Sept – 17 Oct, 2020

All that Glitters Is Not Gold

Élle de Bernardini

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. This scene from Café Müller happens sequentially for minutes on end with movements that highlight two important pillars of the Tanztheater Wuppertal director’s work: memory and repetition. It’s through the latter that it’s possible to refrain from the former, constantly relieving it. On the other hand, argues Bausch, only after these repetitions one can actually change their perception of a fact. If, at first, the scene showed the dancer touching the wall only once, as it goes forward, a section of the performance becomes this infinite falling and standing up, which seems different each time.

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Zurique
06 Jun – 15 Aug, 2020

The New Man from the Tropics

Flávio de Carvalho

Kogan Amaro Gallery brings to its Zurich branch from June 6 to July 11 “Flávio de Carvalho: The New Man from the Tropics” with female drawings of the avant-garde multidisciplinary Brazilian artist, along with the New Look (Experience n.3), a men’s summer outfit created by the prolific provocateur shown in Europe for the first time since its creation in 1956

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Zurique
11 sept – 31 jan, 2021

Ut machina corpus

Marcia Pastore

Kogan Amaro Gallery, the São Paulo based gallery with a Zurich branch, participates at Zurich Art Weekend for the first time with installations by awarded Brazilian artist Marcia Pastore

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São Paulo
5 dec - 20 dec, 2021

Secret Santa

Coletiva

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.

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São Paulo
31 Oct – 28 Nov, 2020

Pernoite

Daniel Lannes

“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?

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São Paulo
10 Sept – 17 Oct, 2020

All that Glitters Is Not Gold

Élle de Bernardini

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.

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Zurique
06 Jun – 15 Aug, 2020

The New Man from the Tropics

Flávio de Carvalho

Kogan Amaro Gallery brings to its Zurich branch from June 6 to July 11 “Flávio de Carvalho: The New Man from the Tropics” with female drawings of the avant-garde multidisciplinary Brazilian artist, along with the New Look (Experience n.3)…

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Zurique
06 Jun – 15 Aug, 2020

A Bird Called Innocence

Samuel de Saboia

Twenty-two year old Samuel de Saboia confronts the spectator with his reflections on social aesthetics, self-acceptance, sexuality, life and death, angels and demons. However two contrasting sentiments recur like a leitmotiv across his output: the notion of pleasure versus pain both aesthetic and personal. In his paintings on canvas or leather, sculptures and air-dry clay ceramics in his exhibition brought to Zürich by Kogan Amaro Gallery, pleasure and pain pulsate.

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São Paulo
17 Feb – 21 Mar, 2020

Trap

Marcia Pastore

From her earliest pieces to the most recent works, there’s coherence within her production. Marcia Pastore creates sculptural and installational shapes equipped with intrinsic autonomy and intellectual grasp, like pure acts of invention.

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São Paulo
17 Feb – 21 Mar, 2020

Partitura em cores

Shizue Sakamoto

In a letter written to his brother Theo, Vincent van Gogh explains that, to him, sounds were also displayed in color and certain tones, yellow and blue being two of them, reverberated across his senses like fireworks.

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Zurique
11 jan – 28 mar, 2020

Texturas de Realidade

Isabelle Borges

In her mostly abstract works, Isabelle Borges explores patterns and structures she encounters in the visible world. Her main focus is on the geometry of the spaces between things and the resulting spatial dynamics. She generates pictorial spaces that expand and contract evoking spatial fabrics in motion.

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Zurique
11 jan – 28 mar, 2020

Jouer avec le cercle

Sérvulo Esmeraldo

Sérvulo Esmeraldo’s singular work (1929 – 2017) will be exhibited from January 10th, 2020, at Galeria Kogan Amaro’s Zurich space. Curated by Mr. Ricardo Resende, the show Jouer avec le Cercle highlights the multiple character of Mr. Esmeraldo’s work…

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São Paulo
13 Jan – 8 Feb 2020

Visita a Max Bill

Fernanda Figueiredo

Swiss painter, sculptor, graphic designer and architect Max Bill (1908-1994) first set foot on Brazilian soil on May 23, 1953. But his artwork had been in the country before – three years earlier to be exact –, in 1950, when a retrospective of his work was held at the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art.

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São Paulo
13 Jan – 8 Feb 2020

Estados cotidianos

Tangerina Bruno

In The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, Sigmund Freud’s most widely translated work, the psychoanalyst addresses the way the unconscious is expressed in our daily lives through ordinary feelings, like fear, discomfort, surprise and attention.

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