PROJECT TITLE

Gambiarra Aesthetic

ARTIST

Cao Guimarães

WHERE

Cavalariças – Parque Lage

ADRESS

Rua Jardim Botânico, 414, Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 04/27/2012 – 07/01/2012
  • Monday to Sunday 10am – 7pm
  • Free Admission

CURATOR

Felipe Scovino

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello
  • Ana Paula Vulcão

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardman

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Clara Meliande

LIGHTING AND EQUIPMENT

Belight

SCENE SETS

Camuflagem

PROOFREADING

Duda Costa

ENGLISH VERSION

Alex Forman

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Nara Roesler Gallery

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS OF PARQUE LAGE

DIRECTOR

Claudia Saldanha

ADVISER

Vitor Zenezi

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Herbert Hasselmann

EDUCATION COORDINATOR

Tania Queiroz

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Clarisse Rivera

SUPERVISION OF MEDIATORS

Cristina de Pádula

MEDIATORS

Studants of the Training Course for Mediators – EAV Parque Lage

ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PRESIDENT

Paulo Albert Weyland Vieira

The show Gambiarra Aesthetic brings together the most recent production of the artist Cao Guimarães. With 22 photographs of the series entitled Gambiarras (2005-2010) and Real Landscapes – tribute to Guignard, and videos made between 2004 and 2011, making up a dialogue on one of the main points in the trajectory of the artist: the relationship between photography and video and how this constellation forms what we might call the “aesthetics of quick-fix” in his work.

The vision of the world that Guimarães offers us is through estrangement; his work makes us know more about the vicissitudes of the world from the different and not from the same. Estrangement can also be the quick-fix / troubleshooter or gambiarra, something in turn that belongs to the imagination and the Brazilian quotidian.

PROJECT TITLE

Viva Elis

WHERE

Centro Cultural São Paulo

ADRESS

Rua Vergueiro, 1000, Paraíso – São Paulo, SP

VISITATION

  • 04/14 – 05/20/2012
  • Tuesday to Friday 10am – 8pm
  • Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 10am – 6pm
  • Free Admission

CURATORS

  • Allen Guimarães
  • João Marcelo Bôscoli

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

  • Luiza Hardmam
  • Ana Paula Vulcão

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Viviane Amado M. Rodrigues

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Beatriz Santos

MANAGEMENTS RIGHTS ELIS REGINA

  • Tribo Produções
  • Copyrights Consultoria

DESIGN

Tecnopop

DESIGN COORDINATOR

Alexsandro Souza

VEDEO DIRCTION AND EDITING

  • Estúdio Zut!
  • Matthieu Rougé

EXPOGRAPHIC PROJETC

Artifício Arquitetura Exposições

EXPOGRAPHIC COORDINATOR

Vasco Caldeira

EXPOGRAPHY

  • Carolina Ferreira Bucek
  • Natália Matos

SCENE SETS

Elástica

ARCHIVE IMAGE RESEARCH

Antonio VenA?ncio

ARCHIVE IMAGE PRODUCTION

Antonio Venâncio

Remo Brandalise

PHOTO COLLECTION SCAN

Let it Shine

DIGITAL AUDIO ENGINEERING

Sergio Chagas

DISCOGRAPHY PROGRAM

  • NewGosling.com
  • Bruno Gosling
  • Gabriel Souto

AUDIO AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT

Maxi Áudio

COMPUTING EQUIPMENT

Video Tek

LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

Armazém da Luz

LIGHTING PROJECT

Guiilherme Bonfanti

PROOFREADING

  • Nova Leitura
  • Amanda Cadore
  • Evillyn Kjellin

ENGLISH VERSION

Alex Forman

LEGAL ACCESSORY

Marilene Gondim

PRESS OFFICE

Batucada Comunicação

CULTURAL MARKETING

Rita Boccato

CENTRO CULTURAL SÃO PAULO

GENERAL DIRECTION, CURATING AND PROGRAMMING

Ricardo Resende

ADMINISTRATION

Gilberto Labor e equipe

COLLECTION DUCUMENTATION AND PRESERVATION

Márcia Augusto Ribeiro e equipe

LIBRARY

Waltemir Jango Belli Nalles e equipe

PRODUCTION AND EVENTS SUPPORT

Luciana Mantovani e equipe

COMMUNICATION

Janete El Haouli e equipe

CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Alexandra Itacarambi e equipe

PROJECT TECHNICAL COORDINATION

Priscilla Maranhão e equipe

In the thirty years without Elis Regina, Automatica produces this exhibition celebrating the life and work of one of the greatest singers of Brazil.

The exhibition seeks to keep alive the voice of Elis to new generations. The show features over 200 photos of the singer, interviews, posters, videos and personal items.

PROJECT TITLE

For the silence of plants

ARTIST

João Modé

WHERE

Cavalariças – Parque Lage

ADRESS

Rua Jardim Botânico, 414, Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 12/17/2011 – 04/01/2012
  • Monday to Sunday 10am – 7pm
  • Free Admission

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION

Ana Paula Vulcão

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

MULTIMEDIA

Belight

SET

Camuflagem

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS OF PARQUE LAGE

DIRECTOR

Claudia Saldanha

ADVISER

Vitor Zenezi

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Herbert Hasselmann

EDUCATION COORDINATOR

Tania Queiroz

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Clarisse Rivera

SUPERVISION OF MEDIATORS

Cristina de Pádula

MEDIATORS

Studants of the Training Course for Mediators – EAV Parque Lage

PRESIDENT

Paulo Albert Weyland Vieira

The exhibition proposes an intervention, designed by João Modé, especially for the Parque Lage. The work occupies since the gateway, crosses the space of Cavalariças and extends into the forest.
In the forest, paths constructed above ground level giving access to several points where speakers are installed, playing music and various sounds (some directly related to nature and others totally out of context).
Into the building of Cavalariças works a meditation space, a intersection of the street and the forest where the instalation develops. This space is occupied by the sound control, some musical instruments so people can interact and play music, and also some documentation of the process as: drawings, engravings, photographs and a notebook with a list of songs.

TITLE PROJECT

Fernanda Gomes

ARTISIT

Fernanda Gomes

WHERE

Museu de Aarte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro

ADRESS

Avenida Infante Don Henrique, 85, Parque do Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 12/17/2011 – 04/22/2012
  • Tuesday to Friday 12am – 6pm
  • Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 12am – 7pm

TEXT

Paulo Venâncio Filho

PRODUCTION

  • Luiza Mello
  • Marisa S. Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

  • Luisa Hardman
  • Julia Pombo

The exhibition of Fernanda Gomes at Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, is an occupation – wood, glass, cardboard, furniture, string, everyday objects, entire things and fragments form a single work, built with the uniqueness of each object (which can also be according to the artist, a finished work, as the log of wood with a full glass of water to the mouth). The exhibition space breathes the power of dialogue between the void and meet unexpected things.

PROJECT TITLE

Ivens Machado

ARTIST

Ivens Machado

WHERE

Casa França-Brasil

ADRESS

Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 78, Centro, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 12/10/2011 – 02/17/2012
  • Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 8pm
  • Free Admission

CURATORS

  • Evangelina Seiler
  • Pedro Rivera

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Adriana Salomão
  • Luisa Hardmam

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

MULTIMEDIA

Belight

ARCHITECTURE

RUA Arquitetos

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Quinta-feira

SCENE SETS

Camuflagem

PRESS OFFICE

Meio & Imagem | Ana Ligia Petrone

CASA FRANÇA-BRASIL

PRESIDENT

Evangelina Seiler

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Ricardo Paiva Cavalcante

AID

FA?tima Santiago

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Jeanine Toledo

PROJECT ASSISTANT

TA?nia Santana

COMMUNICATION

Thiago Freitas

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

  • Fabiana Oliveira
  • Fernando Seabra
  • Sandra Helena da Silva

SUPPORT

Valdeci Costa Lima

INTERNS

  • Elinatan de Oliveira Carvalho Alvarenga
  • Lívia Martins Ferraz
  • Rodrigo de Aguiar Cereja

In environments created from raw materials – wood, earth, boxes, ceramic tile – the artist dialogues with densities, with earlier works and resumes video art. Ivens Machado somehow rearranges the codes of conventional sculpture – works with issues such as volume and mass – and becomes one of the main representative artist of his generation.
Ivens has designed large environments with his works for the show, all untitled.

PROJECT TITLE

Travessias – Contemporary Art at Maré

ARTISTS

  • Alexandre Sá
  • André Komatsu
  • AVAF
  • Chelpa Ferro
  • Davi Marcos
  • Emmanuel Nassar
  • Coletivo Filé de Peixe
  • Henrique Oliveira
  • Lucia Koch
  • Marcelo Cidade
  • Marcos Chaves
  • Matheus Rocha Pitta
  • Michel Groisman
  • Raul Mourão
  • Ricardo Carioba
  • Rochelle Costi
  • Pandilla Fotográfica

WHERE

Galpão Bela Maré

ADDRESS

Rua Bittencourt Sampaio, 169, Maré, Rio de Janeiro, RJ

VISITATION

  • 26/11 – 18/12/2011
  • Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • Free Admission

CURATORS

  • Daniela Labra
  • Frederico Coelho
  • Luisa Duarte

EXECUTION

  • Observatório de Favelas
  • Espiral

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT

Leticia Monte

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Ana Hupe
  • Ana Paula Vulcão
  • Arthur Moura
  • Luisa Hardman
  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Liz Tibau

EDITORIAL PRODUCTION

Marisa S. Mello

ARCHITECTURE

  • RUA Arquitetos |
  • Pedro Évora
  • Pedro Rivera

GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • Quinta-feira |
  • Duda Estrella
  • Pedro Moraes
  • Wallace

PRESS OFFICE

CW&A Comunicação

PHOTOGRAPHY RECORD

Imagens do Povo

AUDIOVISUAL RECORD

  • Cadu Barcelos
  • Wagner Novais

LIGHTING

Belight | Samuel Betts

WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT AND EDITION

  • Felipe Vaz
  • Joca Vidal

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Association with the Experimental Center of Education and Art of MAM-RJ

The project proposes the incorporation of the Maré slum and its inhabitants on the map of the visual arts and the map of our cultural practices as active creators and questioning agents of the same principles and ideas that circulate in other areas. In the four weekends that happened the event, there were exhibitions of works, performances and workshops.

The role of visual artist and of contemporary Brazilian art is fundamental to this process of urbanand and aesthetics integration we need to build. The relation of the favela with the other inhabitants of the cities is directly by a mutual lack of looking. Enter your art in the everyday life of slums is much more than expose works in unpublished spaces for new audiences. The art in this universe, becomes a powerful bridge between parties, which expands possibilities, stimulating conversations, and meetings between people, critics, curators, gallery owners, artists, students and other interested participants.

PROJECT TITLE

Building Brasilia

WHERE

BIP – Brussels Info Place

ADDRESS

2-4 rue Royale – B-1000 Bruxelas, Bélgica

VISITATION

11/16/2011 – 01/15/2012

CURATOR

  • Alfredo Britto
  • Heloisa Espada (IMS)
  • Pedro Évora

EXPOGRAPHIC PROJECT

Pedro Évora

COLLECTION

Instituto Moreira Salles

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Ana Hupe
  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Luisa Hardman

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Marcílio Feitosa

IMAGE PROCESSING

Reserva Técnica Fotográfica do Instituto Moreira Salles

ARTWORKS SETUP

Reserva Técnica Fotográfica do Instituto Moreira Salles

PRINTING

  • Estúdio Lupa
  • Instituto Moreira Salles

NATIONAL TRANSPORT

A Alternativa

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT

Hizkia Van Gralingen

LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT CONSULTING

Al Consultancy

INSURANCE

Alliaz

LEGAL ACESSORY

  • Álvaro Piquet Pessoa
  • Barbara Vorndran | Vinhas e Pessoa Advogados

ACCOUNTANCY

Priori Assessoria Contábil

The exhibition Building Brasilia, consisted of 62 photographs from the collection of Instituto Moreira Salles (IMS), and it was part of the festival Europalia. The show offered a broad overview of the timing of the capital of Brazil highlighting the main works of the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the city. It also presented images of the Bandeirante, the district officially created in 1957 to house the thousands of workers who were attracted there during construction.

The exhibition gathered images of Marcel Gautherot (Paris, 1910 – Rio de Janeiro, 1996), Peter Scheier (Glougau, 1908 – Airing, 1979) and Thomaz Farkas (Budapest, 1924 – New York, 2011), European photographers who immigrated to Brazil in the 1930s and 1940s, becoming essential references in the context of Brazilian photography of the twentieth century.

PROJECT TITLE

Design Brazil

WHERE

Design Vlaanderen

ADDRESS

Koloniënstraat 56 – 7e verdieping, 1000 – Brussels, Belgium

VISITATION

  • 11/12/2011 – 02/05/2012
  • Free Admission

CURATOR

Tulio Mariante

DESIGN VLAANDEREN TEAM

Inge Vranken

ASSISTANT CURATOR

Bernardo Senna

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Ana Hupe
  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardman

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Marcílio Feitosa

NATIONAL TRANSPORT

A Alternativa

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT

Hizkia Van Gralingen

LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT CONSULTING

Al Consultancy

INSURANCE

Alliaz

LEGAL ACCESSORY

Álvaro Piquet Pessoa

ACCOUNTANCY

Priori Assessoria Contábil

The show, which was part of the Europalia festival, offered a wide panorama of Brazilian design. Brazil has high-tech projects, designed for your sophisticated and globalized industry, simultaneously produces objects of high quality made in artisanal small-scale operations. This exhibition aims to show how diverse and creative Brazilian design expresses joy, a fascinating aspect of our culture.
In exhibition, products created by designers from around the country, including furniture, jewelry and bijus, textiles, lighting, children, fashion ornaments, household utensils and office.

PROJECT TITLE

Copacabana – Rio in Panoramas

WHERE

Venetiaanse Gaanderijen

ADRESS

Zeedijk B-8400 – Oostend, Belgium

VISITATION

22/10/2011 – 15/01/2012

CURATOR

Cláudia Fares

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT

Lidia Kosovski

SEARCH CONTENT

Marília Rodrigues

ICONOGRAPHIC RESEARCH

Marina Kosovsk

AUDIOVISUAL RESEARCH

Antonio Venacio

CONSULTING

Maria Pace

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardmam

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Marcílio Feitosa

DIORAMA’S DESIGN

Lidia Kosovski

DIORAMA’S EXECUTION

Flávio Papi

VIDEO DIRECTION

Jair de Souza

SOUND DESIGN

Magno Caliman

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Marina Kosovsk

PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING

Estúdio Lupa

NATIONAL TRANSPORT

A Alternativa

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT

Hizkia Van Gralingen

LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT CONSULTING

Al Consultancy

INSURANCE BROKER

Grupo Foco

INSURANCE

Alliance Seguros

LEGAL ACCESSORY

  • Álvaro Piquet Pessoa
  • Barbara Vorndran | Vinhas e Pessoa Advogados

COLLECTIONS

  • Instituto Moreira Salles
  • G. Ermakoff Casa Editorial
  • Fundação Pierre Verger
  • Fundação Biblioteca Nacional
  • Museu Nacional de Belas Artes

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  • Alfredo Britto
  • Antonio Seara
  • Chicô Gouvêa
  • Cláudia Fialho
  • Fundação Biblioteca Nacional – Rio de Janeiro
  • Fundação Pierre Verger – Salvador/BA
  • G. Ermakoff Casa Editorial – Rio de Janeiro
  • Hotel Copacabana Palace – Rio de Janeiro,
  • Instituto Moreira Salles – Rio de Janeiro
  • Jaime Acioli
  • LA�ia Pereira da Cruz
  • Margareth Pereira
  • Mônica Carneiro
  • Museu Nacional de Belas Artes – Rio de Janeiro
  • Myriam Lewin
  • Renato Corso
  • Temer Neder

This exhibition was part of the Europalia festival brought together images from the collection of Instituto Moreira Salles (RJ and SP) of G. Ermakoff House Editorial (RJ) and the Pierre Verger Foundation (BA) and some original prints of the National Library of Rio de Janeiro. The works presented range from iconic images such as the Sugar Loaf and Guanabara Bay to the dioramas of the urban landscape formed by Central Avenue, built during the Belle Epoque Carioca. It also included a video installation with projected photographs of Copacabana and film clips that had the neighborhood as a backdrop.

PROJECT TITLE

Lina Bo Bardi

WHERE

C-Mine Cultuurcentrum Genk

ADDRESS

Dieplaan 2 3600, Genk, Belgium

VISITATION

20/10/2011 – 15/01/2012

CURATOR

Alfredo Britto

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT

  • Pedro Évora
  • Tulio Mariante

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardman

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa Mello

PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING

Estudio Lupa

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Carolina Lima

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Marcílio Feitosa

NATIONAL TRANSPORT

A Alternativa

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT

Hizkia Van Gralingen

LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT CONSULTING

Al Consultancy

INSURANCE

Alliaz

LEGAL ACCESSORY

Álvaro Piquet Pessoa

ACCOUNTANCY

Priori Assessoria Contábil

The exhibition brings together drawings, photographs and furnishings by architect Lina Bo Bardi, presenting three of her major projects: Glass House, the SESC-Pompeia project and MASP.

The architect Lina Bo Bardi was born in Rome and became a naturalized Brazilian. Until the 1990s, Lina remained intense activity in various areas of culture, and participated in numerous projects in theater, architecture, film and visual arts in Brazil and abroad. Besides her work as an architect, her career can be highlighted as a designer of furniture, objects and jewelry, curator, artist and set designer.

PROJECT TITLE

  • 14th Edition of The Breathing Project
  • Enrica Bernardelli – Concerto de Pálpebras (Eyelid Concert)
  • Daniel Blaufuks – Três Quartos de Memória (Three Quarters of Memory)

ARTISTS

  • Enrica Bernardelli
  • Daniel Blaufuks

WHERE

Eva Klabin Foundation

ADDRESS

Av. Epitácio Pessoa, 2.480, Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 09/11/2011 – 11/06/2011
  • Tuesday to Sunday 2 – 6pm
  • Free Admission

CURATOR

Marcio Doctors

CURATORS COUNCIL OF THE BREATHING PROJECT

  • Gilberto Chateaubriand
  • Marcio Doctors
  • Maria Klabin

TEXTS

Marcio Doctors

SETUP

Eva Klabin Staff

PHOTOGRAPHY

Mário Grisolli

GRAPHIC DESIGN | INVITATION AND POSTER

Sônia Barreto

PRESS

Fatutti Comunicação

MUSEOLOGY | ORGANIZATION

Diogo Corrêa Maia

PRODUCTION

Automatica

ENRICA BERNARDELLI – CONCERTO DE PÁLPEBRAS (EYELID CONCERT)

PRODUÇÃO

Mariana Schincariol de Melo

FIGURATION (ACTORS)

  • Letícia de Oliveira
  • Jéssica Góes
  • Georges Gonçalves
  • Rogerio Cavalcante e Castro
  • Camila Floresta
  • Carlos Lima

SEAMSTRESS

Marluce

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  • Louise Calixto
  • Lucas Dain
  • Diogo Maia
  • Claudia Bakker
  • Luiza Marcier
  • Maya Pijnappel

DANIEL BLAUFUKS – TRÊS QUARTOS DE MEMÓRIA (THREE QUARTERS OF MEMORY)

PRODUÇÃO

Camila Goulart

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  • Luiza Mello
  • Marcio Doctors
  • Eva Klabin Staff
  • Automatica Staff

The Breathing Project was created in 2004 and consists of inviting contemporary artist to intervene in the house-museum exhibition circuit, which is the Eva Klabin Foundation. The objective is that the collection and space go through new readings in order to be revitalized with new meanings.

In this edition, curator Marcio Doctors invited artists Daniel Blaufuks and Enrica Bernardelli. Although their works have very different approaches, both dialogue with time and are concerned with memory. Motivated by the idea of making cinema without film and reintroducing art into everyday life, Enrica makes us face the imaginary while creating a static and silent scene, where living but immobile bodies trigger a suspended reality. This feeling is further enhanced by large and thin, tulle curtains, which isolate the museum from the museum itself, as eyelids. Daniel’s intervention is a calmer one. His work was divided into four different pieces and spaces, which are uncovered along the course. It ends with a video that has the same title as the exhibition (a word game that is simultaneously speaking of the space occupied by the intervention and the impossibility of a complete memory).