PRÊMIO NACIONAL DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS CARLOS MÉRIDA
PRÊMIO NACIONAL DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS CARLOS MÉRIDA, GUATEMALA
Casa Triângulo is pleased to announce that artist DarÍo Escobar, represented by the gallery since 2015, has received the Prêmio Nacional de Artes Plásticas Carlos Mérida, granted by Guatemalan Ministry of Culture and Sport. The award recognizes artists or people who have developed significant works in the field of fine arts. Darío Escobar uses different materials as a support for his artistic production. Appropriating everyday objects, produced on a large scale, Darío creates sculptures and installations that address issues of Latin American history, mythology and culture.
PERFORMATIVIDADES DO SEGUNDO PLANO
CASA VOA, FORTALEZA, BRAZIL
07.12.2020 - 14.01.2021
Developed by Yuri Firmeza and Frederico Benevides since 2016, Performatividades do Segundo Plano project consists of an exhibition that investigates the role of character. The exhibition focuses on three image regimes: institutional documentary, games and electronic models. The human models that appear there are the “agents” that guide us from a question: is it possible to find in these images something beyond the project to which they are strictly intended?
A LESTE / MAUS HÁBITOS, PORTO, PORTUGAL
04.12.2020 - 08.01.2021
InResidence, program integrated in the CARAVANA project dedicated to artistic residencies of Saco Azul Associação Cultural & Maus Hábitos, receives between October and November Lyz Parayzo, to develop the project Cuir Popcreto. The project brings together the concept of cuir, a term used in Latin America, especially in Brazil, to designate people who do not have a gender perfomativity within a heteronormative binary logic, to the term popcreto which names the pop phase of the poetry of the Italian artist Waldemar Cordeiro living in Brazil.
TRANSBORDAR: TRANSGRESSÕES DO BORDADO NA ARTE
SESC PINHEIROS, SÃO PAULO, BRASIL
26.11.2020 - 08.05.2021
Curated by Ana Paula Cavalcanti Simioni, the exhibition Transbordar: Transgressões do Bordado na Arte, which takes place at SESC Pinheiros, brings together works of 39 artists from different generations and research, including Nino Cais.
MAUS HÁBITOS, PORTO, PORTUGAL
21.11.2020 - 30.11.2020
Curated by Bruno Leitão, Maus Hábitos space opens the exhibition Contracto Natural, which raises questions about the occurrence of extractive projects and the implications they reflect on the workers involved. With the participation of Yuri Firmeza, the exhibition affirms art as a critical tool that brings together facts and poetics, the works gathered in this exhibition raise important questions from a social and political point of view.
DECATEGORIZED. ARTISTS FROM BRAZIL
FUNDACIÓN ARTNEXUS, BOGOTÁ, COLÔMBIA
Curated by Celia Sredni de Birbragher and Francine Birbragher-Rozencwaig the online exhibiton Decategorized - Artists From Brazil gather works from brazilian artists, among them Sandra Cinto.
EVERYTHING IS IN MOVEMENT
ITAUSA BUILDING, SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
Sandra Cinto's Tudo Está Em Movimento (Everything is in Motion) was recently acquired by the Itausa Foundation, and is now part of its collection. Currently the work is installed in the foundation's building.
ALEX CERVENY, MARCIA XAVIER, NINO CAIS, THIAGO ROCHA PITTA AND VÂNIA MIGNONE
PINACOTECA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO, SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
Pinacoteca de São Paulo opens a new exhibition of their Brazilian art collection. The show will occupy 19 rooms divided between the first and second floors of the Pina Luz Building, with around a thousand works by more than 400 artists, among them Alex Cerveny, Marcia Xavier, Nino Cais, Thiago Rocha Pitta and Vânia Mignone.
TOOLS FOR UTOPIA
KUNST MUSEUM BERN, BERN, SWITZERLAND
30.10.2020 - 21.03.2021
Curated by Marta Dziewańska, Tools for Utopia presents works that form the Daros Latinamerica Collection. The exhibition, which features 200 works by Latin American artists, including Eduardo Berliner, aims to trace a legacy from 1950 to 1970; a period in which Latin America was the target of strong repression policies. The exhibition presents views on the multiple artistic productions of Latin America that sought alternatives to the experience of totalitarian systems.
ALEX CERVENY, EDUARDO BERLINER, MARCIA XAVIER, SANDRA CINTO AND VÂNIA MIGNONE
DIA, NOITE, NOITE . ANDRÉA AND JOSÉ OLYMPIO PEREIRA'S COLLECTION
GALPÃO DA LAPA, SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
Curated by Júlia Rebouças, the exhibition Dia, Noite, Noite brings together works from the Andréa and José Olympio Pereira collection at Galpão da Lapa. Among the featured artists are Alex Cerveny, Eduardo Berliner, Marcia Xavier, Sandra Cinto and Vânia Mignone.