// AUGUST

Solo show ImPlantAção

CONCEPT  // NARRATIVE // ESSAY

Artist Ana Biolchini (Brazil)
Centro Cultural Paschoal Carlos Magno
Niterói, RJ, Brazil|

Curatorial Text -   English    /    Portuguese    This essay layout replicates the main installation of this exhibition. There were two different voices that I wanted to use for this writing. One carrying a scientific notion of what Implantation is and the other one filled with the poetic around the word suspension.  The usage of questions aims to invite the viewer to get into an inquisitive mode.

Curatorial Text - English / Portuguese

This essay layout replicates the main installation of this exhibition. There were two different voices that I wanted to use for this writing. One carrying a scientific notion of what Implantation is and the other one filled with the poetic around the word suspension.

The usage of questions aims to invite the viewer to get into an inquisitive mode.


// APRIL

Solo show Fica, vai ter bolo!

ESSAY // TALK

Artist Carolina Paz (Brazil)
Galeria Virgilio
SP, Brazil

 

Virgilio Gallery presents the exhibition “Fica, vai ter bolo!”  by artist Carolina Paz. The name derives from an expression that translates into “Stay, there will be cake!”. The expression is used, in Brazil, when a guest states he is to leave the party and the host tries to make him stay further, “until cake is served”. The exhibition shows Paz’s paintings from the last two years, as well as a collaborative artwork she proposed to twenty other people.

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// MAY

 

Solo show 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair

LAYOUT // ASSEMBLY // SALES // DISMANTLE 

Artist Uthman Wahaab (Nigeria)
Sapar Contemporary
NY, USA 

 

// MARCH

Solo show VOLTA NY

LAYOUT // SALES

Artist Bruno Miguel (Brazil)
Sapar Contemporary
NY, USA


2017

// OCTOBER

Solo show VazioPleno

CONCEPT  // NARRATIVE // ESSAY



Artist Ana Biolchini (Brazil)
Solar Grandjean de Montigny
Rio de Janeiro, BR

Installation Portal to Kaph is composed by 25 screenprints, each one embedded with a Hebrew letter invisible to the eyes. We placed it in the entry room, welcoming viewers into the exhibition.

Curatorial Text    English    /    Portuguese

Curatorial Text
English / Portuguese

This essay layout was inspired on Bomberg’s Babylonian Talmud. Ana Biolchini studies elements of sacred traditions, such as Kabbalah and Christianity and they are present in many of her artworks.


Solo show Bruno Miguel, Seduction and Reason

NARRATIVE // LAYOUT// TALK

Co-Organized with Aliza Edelman

Artist Bruno Miguel (Brazil)
Sapar Contemporary
NY, USA

Courtesy of Sapar Contemporary and artist

Courtesy of Sapar Contemporary and artist