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Zurique
11 jun – 22 oct de 2022

Made in Brazil

Mundano

Mundano is a Brazilian artist and cultural activist whose works have been seen both in the streets and in museums and galleries. The works in Made in Brazil, his first solo exhibition in Europe, seem at first to be seductive and bitingly amusing.

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São Paulo
27 may – 02 jul 2022

Céu da Boca

Rafaella Braga

When I’ve visited artist Rafaella Braga’s studio to check out the creation of the paintings that now comprise this exhibition, it struck me that the large dimension of her paintings and the amassment of information they display evoke a feeling contrary to the first sight.

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São Paulo
2 de apr – 14 de may, 2022

Ciclo Circadiano

Felipe Goés

The daily cycle governing life – whether the painter’s life, or our daily routines’, or nature’s, or the planet’s, or even the celestial bodies’ settled in galaxies – is self-paced, it doesn’t depend upon wishes and wills. In the face of this ineffable reoccurrence, the illusion of changelessness asserts itself. However, the circadian rhythm transmutes the indisputable in these paintings, presenting a new conundrum: in the beginning was the Movement.

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Zurique
5 de mar – 4 de jun, 2022

Zirkadianer Rhythmus

Felipe Goés

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.

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São Paulo
12 Feb – 26 Mar, 2022

Semana de Arte Mundana

Mundano

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.

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[Zurique] Luisa Almeida | Estandarte - 27 Nov, 2021 – 05 Fev, 2022
27 Nov, 2021 – 05 Feb, 2022

Estandarte

Luísa Almeida

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.

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[São Paulo] Color Bind | 11 Nov, 2021 – 22 Jan, 2022
São Paulo
11 Nov, 2021 – 15 Jan, 2022

Color Bind

Marcello Dantas

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.

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[Zurique] Mirela Cabral | Preúdio – 17 Set – 20 Nov, 2021
Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

Prelúdio

Mirela Cabral

Mirela Cabral is an artist born in Salvador, Bahia, in 1992. She lives and works in São Paulo (SP), where she graduated in Media Studies with a major in Filmmaking at Fundação Álvares Penteado/FAAP.

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Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

NKENDA afroindígena

Josafá Neves

Art has always been an antenna for capturing all phenomena surrounding us, a kind of inner spark seeking the most remote expressions from the spirit and from the magical act of creation.

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Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

Flash of Desire

Antonio Hélio Cabral

The Löwenbräu location of Galeria KOGAN AMARO is featuring a solo show called “Flash of Desire”

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São Paulo
25 Sept – 30 Oct 2021

Há coisas entre nós que não dizemos em voz alta

Bruno Passos

“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.

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São Paulo
24 jul - 10 aug, 2021

Amômetro

Patricia Carparelli

Waters speak for themselves and, through art, artist Patrícia Carparelli uses watercolor to reveal something intimate of which she hadn’t been aware.

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[São Paulo] Bruno Miguel | A Beautiful Image - 05 jun – 17 jul, 2021
São Paulo
05 jun – 17 jul, 2021

A Beautiful Image

Bruno Miguel

The unconscious never ceases to self-inscribe: what’s fabled and imagined emerge at every leap taken by the individual.

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[Zurique] Daniel Mullen | Ephemeral Fields - 13 Fev – 22 Mai, 2021
Zurique
13 Feb – 22 May, 2021

Ephemeral Fields

Daniel Mullen

“Field connotes a body or a realm, and ephemeral means a fleeting, transitory or a brief moment in time”

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[Zurique] Rafaella Braga | Pour the Sun on My Tongue - 29 mai – 31 jul, 2021
Zurique
29 may – 31 jul, 2021

Pour the Sun on My Tongue

Rafaella Braga

Pour the Sun on My Tongue is an important milestone in the recent and intense artistic journey of Rafaella Braga.

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São Paulo
Virtual Exhibition

Rebento

Mirela Cabral

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

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São Paulo
20 jan – 27 feb, 2021

Nos Confins

Gabriel Botta

Let us consider violently imposed phenomena, yet the ones that hold the elusive quality of transient images.

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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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São Paulo
02 Dec – 20 Dec 2019

Formas Navegatórias

Francisco Klinger Carvalho

Since 1999, multimedia artist Klinger Carvalho employs various materials and techniques to create his sculptures, which have been characterized by aesthetic experimentation. He’s the kind of artist who doesn’t resort to formulae in order to create.

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São Paulo
02 Dec – 20 Dec 2019

New Representations

Gê Viana, Gervane de Paula, Panmela Castro e Shizue Sakamoto

Common to all, the mastery of a recognizable and authorial style, in addition to intensive research within each of their segments, be it the study on color, social activism or popular culture. Born in Brazil, in various cities in our country…

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Zurique
02 Nov – 21 Dec 2019

Dangerous Beauty

Franz Krajcberg & Nazareth Pacheco

“Beauty will save the world. The phrase by Russian writer Fiódor Dostoievski has never been so current, because it is precisely when so much is going wrong around us that we need to speak of the planet’s beauty, and the humanity that inhabits it.

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São Paulo
27 Oct – 23 Nov 2019

Montanha das nuvens brancas

Kimi Nii

Light and nature are what give form to her sculptures. Her desire is not to imitate nature but to look at things from both sides of the world. To mix the Brazilian thing that is in front of her with the Japanese thing which she brought with her in her baggage filled of memories…

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São Paulo
28 Oct – 23 Nov 2019

A concha, a espada, o corte e o amor

Katia Salvany

In the open groove created by a gouge held by Katia Salvany, runs a blue river. It molds dresses, shells and drawers. It runs through the strands of hair and the expressions on the female faces that pay close attention to the viewer.

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São Paulo
30 Mar – 04 May 2019

Onde havia florestas, habitam almas

Luisa Almeida e Sani Guerra

Two braces dialog, and potentiate each other, by complementing forces and narratives. Both works of Luisa Almeida and Sani Guerra suggest exquisite techniques that reveal themes blended with precision, thus allowing an interlocution among artists.

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São Paulo
16 Sept – 19 Oct 2019

Possíveis Paisagens

Carolina Semiatzh

It is a visible line that we observe and through which the sky appears to touch either the land or the sea. Always bringing our eyes towards the finitude of the space around us — although we know that life goes beyond this limit…

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São Paulo
16 Sept – 19 Oct 2019

Cerne

Camila Rocha

Camila Rocha’s first individual exhibition at the Kogan Amaro Gallery seeks to reach this deep core. By using her hands, a mysterious forest took form between the walls of the exposition area. Exotic botanical shapes…

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Zurique
31 Aug – 26 Oct 2019

Arte Concreta no Brasil

Coletiva

Galerie Kogan Amaro is pleased to present the double exhibition The visit of Max Bill. It is an homage to the Swiss artist, designer and architect who exercised a profound influence on a younger generation of Brazilian artists in the 1950s.

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Zurique
30 Aug – 26 Oct 2019

A visita de Max Bill

Fernanda Figueiredo

In her latest series of paintings Brazilian artist Fernanda Figueiredo explores Max Bill’s visit to Brazil in 1953 and the decisive influence he exercised on the art scene of the period. They are a witty homage to the Swiss polymath and to the Brazilian practitioners of Concrete Art.

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São Paulo
09 Aug – 06 Sept 2019

A verdade está em tudo, mesmo no erro

Fabiano Rodrigues

“The enemy of photography is convention, the fixed rules ‘how to do’. The salvation of photography comes from the experiment. The experimenter has no preconceived idea, does not believe that photography is only as it is known today – the exact repetition and rendering of the customary vision.

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São Paulo
09 Aug – 06 Sept 2019

Cataclismo

Felipe Góes

At the beginning, there was only disorder. The only god was Chaos, which reigned the nothingness, alone. So it then decides to create Gaia, earth-mother and the primeval force of the universe. This is how the origin of the world starts in Greek mythology…

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São Paulo
01 Jul – 27 Jul 2019

Meide in Brazil

Nunca

Stroke by stroke, in a constant cyclic motion, like the sound of a drum that with each beat,gains more strength and body. Up close, the furrows remain parallel, like furrows carved into canvases and walls. When viewed in perspective, they form expressions, scars, delimit the space and configure the vast creative universe that is the artist Francisco Rodrigues da Silva, better known by his pseudonym Nunca (meaning never). The 36-year-old São Paulo native is one of the most prominent names in the national and international graffiti scene and owns an extremely recognizable style that has already made disciples on the streets and on canvas. After dozens of exhibitions at institutions around the world, he opens “Meide in Brazil”, his first solo show on Brazilian soil.

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Zurique
01 Jul – 27 Jul 2019

Estudei muito para não ser um cara sério

Daniel Lannes

As if the canvas were a stage, Daniel Lannes (Niterói, RJ, 1981) uses theatrical strokes to shape his characters in the mundane situations of life. Without monotony, it throws light on questions that cannot (and should not) be answered immediately: he combines…

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Zurique
24 May – 06 Jul 2019

Sol a Pino

Nuno Ramos

In the last three decades, his name has become a legend as he has been hailed by his peers and the new generation of conceptual artists in the north and south of Brazil. Ramos pushes the boundaries of materials’ inherent characteristics in multimedia experiences and then makes the most of their innate antagonism.

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São Paulo
20 May – 15 Jun 2019

Formas, fluídos e fragmentos

Patricia Carparelli e Conrado Zanotto

In May, the mezzanine floor at the Kogan Amaro Gallery will host the exhibition “Forms, Fluids and Fragments”, a dialogue between works by artists Patricia Carparelli and Conrado Zanotto. Curated by Ana Carolina Ralston, the exhibition will be on show from May 11 to June 8, with approximately 10 works by the artists.

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São Paulo
20 May – 15 Jun 2019

Registros/Records

Nazareth Pacheco

Part of the generation of artists that emerged between the 1980s and 1990s, when the country was bubbling over women’s issues, Nazareth Pacheco used femininity and her biography, in particular the narratives related to her body transformation through time as raw material for her three-dimensional works.

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São Paulo
30 Mar – 04 May 2019

Equação das Cores

Daniel Mullen

Touch colors, appreciate the sounds, relate aromas to images, automatically, without any connection to affective memories. The sensory confusion defined as a neurological condition in which the stimulus in one direction provokes reactions to a different one is what neurologists call synesthesia.

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São Paulo
15 Feb – 23 Mar 2019

Ecce Homo

Alex Flemming

Starting February 14, Emmathomas Gallery welcomes Alex Flemming’s Ecce Homo exhibition, an unprecedented individual of the artist born in São Paulo, Brazil, who resides in Berlin. The exhibition will display his most recent work, a series whose name is the exhibition’s, as well.

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São Paulo
01 Feb – 23 Mar 2019

Guardiões

Samuel de Saboia

Creatures that walk between light and shadow, embracing both within themselves. Their duality comes in different forms: as messengers and as guardians. Living beings referred to as angels in the New Testament, they can, at times, be charming, while often frightening. Guardiões is pop-up exhibition that artist Samuel de Saboia debuts at Emmathomas Gallery on January 31. Angels emerge and are ubiquitous. With curatorship of Ana Carolina Ralston, this exhibition is part of a larger project, showing and offering invited artists to also exhibit on the gallery’s mezzanine.

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São Paulo
16 Jan – 09 Feb 2019

Méthodo

Atelier do Centro

The collective interdisciplinary exhibition, led by Rubens Espírito Santo, shows a set of works in different manners which go from art philosophy to plastic production, such as sculptures, drawings, paintings, photographs and installations

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São Paulo
23 Nov – 21 Dec 2018

Ephemera

Paula Costa

As of November, Emmathomas Gallery opens the mezzanine’s exhibition space to pop-ups from guest artists. Born in Rio, Paula Costa launches the Emma POP project; its main objective is to provide an environment of artistic experimentation for prominent names of the contemporary scene, selected by the curator Ana Carolina Ralston.

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São Paulo
04 Sept – 27 Oct 2018

Campos Sintéticos

Isabelle Borges

A two-dimensional production that extrapolates the screens and invades the walls. This is the work of Isabelle Borges, a Berlin-based Soteropolitan artist who, from September 4th, presents the exhibition Campos Sintéticos, her first solo exhibition at Kogan Amaro Gallery.

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São Paulo
25 Jul – 25 Aug 2018

Vozes Mundanas

Mundado

A wall that separates the real world from a fictitious one. On the one hand, the gray paint in allusion to voices and colors in the streets of São Paulo. On the other, screens, sculptures, objects and installations of vivid and pulsating colors, noises that refer to a series of current problems…

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São Paulo
30 May – 14 Jul 2018

Duas SpherogrÁfias

Gilberto Salvador

Between May 30th and July 14th, Emmathomas Gallery opens its doors to the first individual exhibition of 2018: Duas SpherogrÁfias, by Gilberto Salvador, curated by Ricardo Resende. The exhibition brings together 17 works made using techniques that reflect the poetic thinking of the artist…

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São Paulo
11 Apr – 19 May 2018

Desver a Arte

Coletiva

The word of order is to diversify. It is in this spirit that the Emmathomas Gallery reopens its doors on April 10th, in the middle of Gallery Night, in the Jardins area, São Paulo. Under the management of the artist, collector and entrepreneur Marcos Amaro and artistic director of curator Ricardo Resende…

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Zurique
11 jun – 22 oct de 2022

Made in Brazil

Mundano

Mundano is a Brazilian artist and cultural activist whose works have been seen both in the streets and in museums and galleries. The works in Made in Brazil, his first solo exhibition in Europe, seem at first to be seductive and bitingly amusing.

Read more
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São Paulo
27 may – 02 jul 2022

Céu da Boca

Rafaella Braga

When I’ve visited artist Rafaella Braga’s studio to check out the creation of the paintings that now comprise this exhibition, it struck me that the large dimension of her paintings and the amassment of information they display evoke a feeling contrary to the first sight.

Read more
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São Paulo
2 de apr – 14 de may, 2022

Ciclo Circadiano

Felipe Goés

The daily cycle governing life – whether the painter’s life, or our daily routines’, or nature’s, or the planet’s, or even the celestial bodies’ settled in galaxies – is self-paced, it doesn’t depend upon wishes and wills. In the face of this ineffable reoccurrence, the illusion of changelessness asserts itself. However, the circadian rhythm transmutes the indisputable in these paintings, presenting a new conundrum: in the beginning was the Movement.

Read more
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Zurique
5 de mar – 4 de jun, 2022

Zirkadianer Rhythmus

Felipe Goés

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.

Read more
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São Paulo
12 Feb – 26 Mar, 2022

Semana de Arte Mundana

Mundano

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.

Read more
[Zurique] Luisa Almeida | Estandarte - 27 Nov, 2021 – 05 Fev, 2022
27 Nov, 2021 – 05 Feb, 2022

Estandarte

Luísa Almeida

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.

Read more
[São Paulo] Color Bind | 11 Nov, 2021 – 22 Jan, 2022
São Paulo
11 Nov, 2021 – 15 Jan, 2022

Color Bind

Marcello Dantas

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.

Read more
[Zurique] Mirela Cabral | Preúdio – 17 Set – 20 Nov, 2021
Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

Prelúdio

Mirela Cabral

Mirela Cabral is an artist born in Salvador, Bahia, in 1992. She lives and works in São Paulo (SP), where she graduated in Media Studies with a major in Filmmaking at Fundação Álvares Penteado/FAAP.

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Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

NKENDA afroindígena

Josafá Neves

Art has always been an antenna for capturing all phenomena surrounding us, a kind of inner spark seeking the most remote expressions from the spirit and from the magical act of creation.

Read more
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Zurique
17 Sept – 20 Nov, 2021

Flash of Desire

Antonio Hélio Cabral

The Löwenbräu location of Galeria KOGAN AMARO is featuring a solo show called “Flash of Desire”

Read more
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São Paulo
25 Sept – 30 Oct 2021

Há coisas entre nós que não dizemos em voz alta

Bruno Passos

“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.

Read more
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São Paulo
24 jul - 10 aug, 2021

Amômetro

Patricia Carparelli

Waters speak for themselves and, through art, artist Patrícia Carparelli uses watercolor to reveal something intimate of which she hadn’t been aware.

Read more
[São Paulo] Bruno Miguel | A Beautiful Image - 05 jun – 17 jul, 2021
São Paulo
05 jun – 17 jul, 2021

A Beautiful Image

Bruno Miguel

The unconscious never ceases to self-inscribe: what’s fabled and imagined emerge at every leap taken by the individual.

Read more
[Zurique] Daniel Mullen | Ephemeral Fields - 13 Fev – 22 Mai, 2021
Zurique
13 Feb – 22 May, 2021

Ephemeral Fields

Daniel Mullen

“Field connotes a body or a realm, and ephemeral means a fleeting, transitory or a brief moment in time”

Read more
[Zurique] Rafaella Braga | Pour the Sun on My Tongue - 29 mai – 31 jul, 2021
Zurique
29 may – 31 jul, 2021

Pour the Sun on My Tongue

Rafaella Braga

Pour the Sun on My Tongue is an important milestone in the recent and intense artistic journey of Rafaella Braga.

Read more
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São Paulo
Virtual Exhibition

Rebento

Mirela Cabral

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

Read more
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São Paulo
20 jan – 27 feb, 2021

Nos Confins

Gabriel Botta

Let us consider violently imposed phenomena, yet the ones that hold the elusive quality of transient images.

Read more
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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

Read more
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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.

Read more
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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?

Read more
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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.

Read more
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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)…

Read more
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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.

Read more
blank
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.

Read more
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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.

Read more
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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.

Read more
blank
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…

Read more
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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.

Read more
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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.

Read more
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São Paulo
02 Dec – 20 Dec 2019

Formas Navegatórias

Francisco Klinger Carvalho

Since 1999, multimedia artist Klinger Carvalho employs various materials and techniques to create his sculptures, which have been characterized by aesthetic experimentation. He’s the kind of artist who doesn’t resort to formulae in order to create.

Read more
blank
São Paulo
02 Dec – 20 Dec 2019

New Representations

Gê Viana, Gervane de Paula, Panmela Castro e Shizue Sakamoto

Common to all, the mastery of a recognizable and authorial style, in addition to intensive research within each of their segments, be it the study on color, social activism or popular culture. Born in Brazil, in various cities in our country…

Read more
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Zurique
02 Nov – 21 Dec 2019

Dangerous Beauty

Franz Krajcberg & Nazareth Pacheco

“Beauty will save the world. The phrase by Russian writer Fiódor Dostoievski has never been so current, because it is precisely when so much is going wrong around us that we need to speak of the planet’s beauty, and the humanity that inhabits it.

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São Paulo
27 Oct – 23 Nov 2019

Montanha das nuvens brancas

Kimi Nii

Light and nature are what give form to her sculptures. Her desire is not to imitate nature but to look at things from both sides of the world. To mix the Brazilian thing that is in front of her with the Japanese thing which she brought with her in her baggage filled of memories…

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São Paulo
28 Oct – 23 Nov 2019

A concha, a espada, o corte e o amor

Katia Salvany

In the open groove created by a gouge held by Katia Salvany, runs a blue river. It molds dresses, shells and drawers. It runs through the strands of hair and the expressions on the female faces that pay close attention to the viewer.

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São Paulo
30 Mar – 04 May 2019

Onde havia florestas, habitam almas

Luisa Almeida e Sani Guerra

Two braces dialog, and potentiate each other, by complementing forces and narratives. Both works of Luisa Almeida and Sani Guerra suggest exquisite techniques that reveal themes blended with precision, thus allowing an interlocution among artists.

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São Paulo
16 Sept – 19 Oct 2019

Possíveis Paisagens

Carolina Semiatzh

It is a visible line that we observe and through which the sky appears to touch either the land or the sea. Always bringing our eyes towards the finitude of the space around us — although we know that life goes beyond this limit…

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São Paulo
16 Sept – 19 Oct 2019

Cerne

Camila Rocha

Camila Rocha’s first individual exhibition at the Kogan Amaro Gallery seeks to reach this deep core. By using her hands, a mysterious forest took form between the walls of the exposition area. Exotic botanical shapes…

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Zurique
31 Aug – 26 Oct 2019

Arte Concreta no Brasil

Coletiva

Galerie Kogan Amaro is pleased to present the double exhibition The visit of Max Bill. It is an homage to the Swiss artist, designer and architect who exercised a profound influence on a younger generation of Brazilian artists in the 1950s.

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Zurique
30 Aug – 26 Oct 2019

A visita de Max Bill

Fernanda Figueiredo

In her latest series of paintings Brazilian artist Fernanda Figueiredo explores Max Bill’s visit to Brazil in 1953 and the decisive influence he exercised on the art scene of the period. They are a witty homage to the Swiss polymath and to the Brazilian practitioners of Concrete Art.

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São Paulo
09 Aug – 06 Sept 2019

A verdade está em tudo, mesmo no erro

Fabiano Rodrigues

“The enemy of photography is convention, the fixed rules ‘how to do’. The salvation of photography comes from the experiment. The experimenter has no preconceived idea, does not believe that photography is only as it is known today – the exact repetition and rendering of the customary vision.

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São Paulo
09 Aug – 06 Sept 2019

Cataclismo

Felipe Góes

At the beginning, there was only disorder. The only god was Chaos, which reigned the nothingness, alone. So it then decides to create Gaia, earth-mother and the primeval force of the universe. This is how the origin of the world starts in Greek mythology…

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São Paulo
01 Jul – 27 Jul 2019

Meide in Brazil

Nunca

Stroke by stroke, in a constant cyclic motion, like the sound of a drum that with each beat,gains more strength and body. Up close, the furrows remain parallel, like furrows carved into canvases and walls. When viewed in perspective, they form expressions, scars, delimit the space and configure the vast creative universe that is the artist Francisco Rodrigues da Silva, better known by his pseudonym Nunca (meaning never). The 36-year-old São Paulo native is one of the most prominent names in the national and international graffiti scene and owns an extremely recognizable style that has already made disciples on the streets and on canvas. After dozens of exhibitions at institutions around the world, he opens “Meide in Brazil”, his first solo show on Brazilian soil.

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Zurique
01 Jul – 27 Jul 2019

Estudei muito para não ser um cara sério

Daniel Lannes

As if the canvas were a stage, Daniel Lannes (Niterói, RJ, 1981) uses theatrical strokes to shape his characters in the mundane situations of life. Without monotony, it throws light on questions that cannot (and should not) be answered immediately: he combines…

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Zurique
24 May – 06 Jul 2019

Sol a Pino

Nuno Ramos

In the last three decades, his name has become a legend as he has been hailed by his peers and the new generation of conceptual artists in the north and south of Brazil. Ramos pushes the boundaries of materials’ inherent characteristics in multimedia experiences and then makes the most of their innate antagonism.

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São Paulo
20 May – 15 Jun 2019

Formas, fluídos e fragmentos

Patricia Carparelli e Conrado Zanotto

In May, the mezzanine floor at the Kogan Amaro Gallery will host the exhibition “Forms, Fluids and Fragments”, a dialogue between works by artists Patricia Carparelli and Conrado Zanotto. Curated by Ana Carolina Ralston, the exhibition will be on show from May 11 to June 8, with approximately 10 works by the artists.

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São Paulo
20 May – 15 Jun 2019

Registros/Records

Nazareth Pacheco

Part of the generation of artists that emerged between the 1980s and 1990s, when the country was bubbling over women’s issues, Nazareth Pacheco used femininity and her biography, in particular the narratives related to her body transformation through time as raw material for her three-dimensional works.

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São Paulo
30 Mar – 04 May 2019

Equação das Cores

Daniel Mullen

Touch colors, appreciate the sounds, relate aromas to images, automatically, without any connection to affective memories. The sensory confusion defined as a neurological condition in which the stimulus in one direction provokes reactions to a different one is what neurologists call synesthesia.

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São Paulo
15 Feb – 23 Mar 2019

Ecce Homo

Alex Flemming

Starting February 14, Emmathomas Gallery welcomes Alex Flemming’s Ecce Homo exhibition, an unprecedented individual of the artist born in São Paulo, Brazil, who resides in Berlin. The exhibition will display his most recent work, a series whose name is the exhibition’s, as well.

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São Paulo
01 Feb – 23 Mar 2019

Guardiões

Samuel de Saboia

Creatures that walk between light and shadow, embracing both within themselves. Their duality comes in different forms: as messengers and as guardians. Living beings referred to as angels in the New Testament, they can, at times, be charming, while often frightening. Guardiões is pop-up exhibition that artist Samuel de Saboia debuts at Emmathomas Gallery on January 31. Angels emerge and are ubiquitous. With curatorship of Ana Carolina Ralston, this exhibition is part of a larger project, showing and offering invited artists to also exhibit on the gallery’s mezzanine.

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São Paulo
16 Jan – 09 Feb 2019

Méthodo

Atelier do Centro

The collective interdisciplinary exhibition, led by Rubens Espírito Santo, shows a set of works in different manners which go from art philosophy to plastic production, such as sculptures, drawings, paintings, photographs and installations

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São Paulo
23 Nov – 21 Dec 2018

Ephemera

Paula Costa

As of November, Emmathomas Gallery opens the mezzanine’s exhibition space to pop-ups from guest artists. Born in Rio, Paula Costa launches the Emma POP project; its main objective is to provide an environment of artistic experimentation for prominent names of the contemporary scene, selected by the curator Ana Carolina Ralston.

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São Paulo
04 Sept – 27 Oct 2018

Campos Sintéticos

Isabelle Borges

A two-dimensional production that extrapolates the screens and invades the walls. This is the work of Isabelle Borges, a Berlin-based Soteropolitan artist who, from September 4th, presents the exhibition Campos Sintéticos, her first solo exhibition at Kogan Amaro Gallery.

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São Paulo
25 Jul – 25 Aug 2018

Vozes Mundanas

Mundado

A wall that separates the real world from a fictitious one. On the one hand, the gray paint in allusion to voices and colors in the streets of São Paulo. On the other, screens, sculptures, objects and installations of vivid and pulsating colors, noises that refer to a series of current problems…

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São Paulo
30 May – 14 Jul 2018

Duas SpherogrÁfias

Gilberto Salvador

Between May 30th and July 14th, Emmathomas Gallery opens its doors to the first individual exhibition of 2018: Duas SpherogrÁfias, by Gilberto Salvador, curated by Ricardo Resende. The exhibition brings together 17 works made using techniques that reflect the poetic thinking of the artist…

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São Paulo
11 Apr – 19 May 2018

Desver a Arte

Coletiva

The word of order is to diversify. It is in this spirit that the Emmathomas Gallery reopens its doors on April 10th, in the middle of Gallery Night, in the Jardins area, São Paulo. Under the management of the artist, collector and entrepreneur Marcos Amaro and artistic director of curator Ricardo Resende…

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