My Highlights from ArtRio 2014

Marta Ramos
Sep 2, 2014 6:26PM

All of these works talk in a certain way about glances and constructions, systems and anti-systems. In my opinion, they show the importance of the possibilities created by the fiction and/or the abstraction in our real world. 

My Selection: 

Damián Ortega, Short History of Gesture 1. Hypothesis: Bridge to Nature, 2013, at White Cube

Ricardo Alcaide, Intrusion no. 53, 2014, at Johannes Vogt Gallery

Beto Shwafaty, Dark matter, 2014, at Galeria Luisa Strina

Almandrade, Sem Cruzeiros, 1976, at Roberto Alban Galeria de Arte

Maíra Das Neves & Pedro Victor Brandão, Se o reflorestamento espontâneo acontecer / Falls die Natur das Grundstuck zuruckerobert / If spontaneous reforestation takes place., 2014, at Portas Vilaseca Galeria

Amadeo Azar, Ferias Universales 4, 2013, at Nora Fisch

Sofia Borges, Before Plato Cave, 2014, at Galeria Millan

Nani Lamarque, Mais Materialismo Por Favor, 2014, at Isla Flotante

Vasco Araüjo, Works for Nothing “On shoes”, 2011, at Galeria Filomena Soares

Teresa Lanceta, S/T, 1995-1996, at Espacio Mínimo

Cristiano Lenhardt, Litrogravura, 2014, at Amparo 60

Adrian Melis, Production plan of dreams for State-run companies in Cuba, 2010-2014, at ADN

Explore ArtRio 2014 on Artsy.

Marta Ramos