Part 1 - A guided tour of the Brazilian art on display at Frieze London

Latitude Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad
Oct 15, 2014 12:00PM

This year, Latitude: Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad is supporting six galleries at Frieze London and one at Frieze Masters to show leading and emerging contemporary art on their stands. Over the course of the fair, we take you on an exclusive tour of the booths of the Brazilian galleries highlighting some of the great works on show.

In their second year showing at Frieze, Galeria Jaqueline Martins is showing a solo both of work by Hudinilson Jr. within the focus section of the fair (H22). After the critically acclaimed retrospective of his work at this year’s Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, Jaqueline Martins presents a range of his historical work including his Xerox works and photo collage books.

Galeria Luisa Strina, who celebrates their 40th anniversary this year presents a stand which includes some of the leading names in Brazilian and international art including, Anna Maria Maiolino, Fernanda Gomes and Cildo Meireles. Alexandre da Cunha’s large-scale fabric work ‘Movement 1’ is shown here.

Vermelho Galeria is showing work by a range of artists including Nicolas Robbio, Andre Komatsu and Rodrigo Braga including Marcelo Cidade’s work ‘Pessoal e intransferivel (decomposition 4)’ comprised of notebooks which are partially constructed of concrete.

Keep your eyes peeled for further guided tours of the work exhibited by A Gentil Carioca, Galeria Fortes Vilaca and Mendes Wood DM at Frieze London. We will also show you around A Gentil Carioca's stand at Frieze Masters

Latitude Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad
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