With Casa Triângulo’s booth
opening at leading São Paulo fair, SP-Arte
, next week (and Artsy poised to provide access wherever you are in the world), and a coinciding solo show of Joana Vasconcelos
’s work at the gallery’s headquarters, there will be no shortage of opportunities to engage with Trevisan’s roster of artists over the coming weeks. Highlights from the booth include new works by Sandra Cinto
, whose immersive installations of the natural world and smaller-scale works incorporating the forms of musical instruments engaged in moments of silence, have captivated audiences; and works by Albano Afonso
from his series, “Crystallization of Landscape,” whose rich, painterly photographs of landscapes address the way the natural world is captured and conveyed in contemporary imagery. And over at Casa Triângulo itself, one of the gallery’s now-established artists Joana Vasconcelos presents colorful, tactile installations, sculptures, and wall pieces composed of her signature textiles and everyday objects and ornaments, repurposed. And if you don’t make it Brazil this year, catch the gallery’s presentations at Frieze New York and Art Basel Hong Kong later this spring.