- Art Basel | Miami Beach 2015
We are pleased to announce the continuity of Luciana Brito Galeria’s participation in Art Basel Miami Beach. This year, we will present at our stand M4 – Galleries Sector, a selection of hitherto unseen works by Leandro Erlich (Buenos Aires, 1973) and pieces created from 1990 to 2015 by Marina Abramović (Belgrade, 1946).
In this edition, our stand will comprise a private room with a selection of reference works by some of our artists. The highlights include an engraving in aluminium plate from the series Touch, by Regina Silveira (Porto Alegre, 1939); a photograph in large dimensions from the series Guanabara, by Caio Reisewitz (São Paulo, 1967); vintage photos by Geraldo de Barros (Chavantes, 1923 – São Paulo, 1998), Thomaz Farkas (Budapest, 1924 – São Paulo, 2011) and Gaspar Gasparian (São Paulo, 1899 – 1966); a gouache on paper from the 1950s by Waldemar Cordeiro (Rome, 1925 – São Paulo, 1973); and a video installation by Eder Santos (Belo Horizonte, 1960).
- FIAC 2015
From October 21st to 25th, we’ll be in Paris for our fifth participation in FIAC. This year, we’ll bring to our booth 0.A47 works by Héctor Zamora, Caio Reisewitz and Tiago Tebet. With the attached pdf, you can see in first hand a preview of what we’ll be displaying at the fair, and bellow you’ll find information about the recent exhibitions and projects developed by these three artists.
- ArtBo 2015
From September 31st to October 4th, Luciana Brito Galeria will be in Bogota for its second participation in artBO. This year, we’ll bring to our stand C17 a selection of works by four generations of artists that were either born or are based in Brazil: Regina Silveira, Fernando Zarif, Héctor Zamora and Tiago Tebet.
- SP-Arte/Foto 2015
Present at the fair since its first edition, Luciana Brito Galeria will bring to the SP-Arte/Foto 2015 a selection of works by national and international artists of different generations: Caio Reisewitz, Héctor Zamora, Gaspar Gasparian, Geraldo de Barros, Marina Abramović, Pablo Lobato, Rochelle Costi, Thomaz Farkas, Lucas Bambozzi, Liliana Porter.
- Art basel 2015
In Art Basel 2015 Luciana Brito Galeria is pleased to show an exciting project that establishes parallels between concretist Waldemar Cordeiro and recent works by Caio Reisewitz, at the Feature sector (Hall 2, J4), as well as a major installation by Héctor Zamora at Unlimited (U18).
On the occasion in which Marina Abramovic (1946, Yugoslavia) celebrates in Brazil a milestone of her career, with exhibition Terra Comunal (curated by Jochen Volz at Sesc Pompeia), Luciana Brito Galeria aims to amplify the knowledge on her oeuvre through a selection of works especially made for sp-arte. Featuring iconic pieces in photography, installation and video, the selected works bring a concise yet meaningful panorama of her contribution — one of the important legacies to the performance art and one of the most influential on contemporary culture, with a reach that goes far beyond the visual arts and performative arts scene. The selection also highlights her research in Brazil, which has important segments addressed by The Current, a documentary feature to be launched on April 21st. See images of the booth in the gallery page on Facebook.
- The Armory Show 2015
For The Armory Show 2015, Luciana Brito Galeria has selected works by Caio Reisewitz (Brazil, 1967) and Saint Clair Cemin (Brazil, 1951). Mostly based on photography, Caio Reisewitz’s work sets out to establish connections between the recording of what is real and the construction of what is artificial. As commented in a New York Times review on his recent solo show at the International Center of Photography, “his images of fecund wilderness are not what they seem”. The technical exactitude and eventual placidity of his photography call for careful scrutiny: after the initial moment of aesthetic delight, one realizes his images do not obey a merely descriptive intention, revealing critical aspects of the clash between nature and culture.
- ARCO Madrid 2015
A wide and open gaze on the relationship between concepts and their materialization into a piece of art. This is one possible broad summarisation of the booth that Luciana Brito Galeria proposes to feature at the 2015 edition of ARCOmadrid – from contemporary experimental works to historical avant-garde, including also the questions around the human body. This varied panorama draws unsuspected connections that set light on new possibilities to understand the poetics and propositions brought by Caio Reisewitz, Geraldo de Barros, Héctor Zamora, Liliana Porter, Marina Abramovic, Regina Silveira, Rochelle Costi and Tiago Tebet, along with Fernando Zarif's (Brazil, 1960 - 2010) works first public exhibition held by Luciana Brito. Ons of the propositions implied here is to renew and expand the way the public can comprehend works that, thus far, have been read through very specific biases.