ArtRio Highlights

Jacopo Crivelli Visconti
Aug 28, 2013 10:22PM

It is rather unusual for a curator to have the “freedom” of just selecting a number of works he/she likes, without having to put them in some kind of relation. So I decided to take the opportunity and just do this, without any limitation of style, theme, or timeframe. This is why the final selection is so eclectic, including both historic pieces and very recent ones.

But to summarize a little, I would say there are classic works (Boetti’s, especially, even though small, is very nice, as the utopian will to “quadrare tutto” was a recurrent theme for him) and others by some of the most interesting young artists in Brazil and abroad.

Among those participating in ArtRio, André Komatsu and Sofia Borges are definitely two artists to watch very closely.

Alighiero e Boetti, Far quadrare tutto, 1989, at Massimo De Carlo

André Komatsu, Conquista Conquistado, 2011, at Vermelho

André Romão, Decapitation of Auguste Compte’s Statue, 2008-12, at Andrea Baginski

Carlos Bunga, Pictorial Construction, 2013, at A Gentil Carioca

Carlos Motta, Cronica de viajeros, 2013, at Y Gallery

Helena Almeida, 2 Espaços, 2010-11, at Galeria Filomena Soares

Lucio Fontana, Concetto Spaziale, Attese, 1960, at Cardi Gallery

Pia Camil, Espectacular Telón, 2013, at La Central

Ricardo Alcaide, Intrusions, 2013, at Baró Galeria

Sofia Borges, Artíficio, 2013, at Galeria Millan

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