Lucia Nogueira, 'Untitled', 1989 wire mesh, organza, beans, 14 x 26 x 15cm
photo courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery
Marcius Galan, 'Isolante', 2007, plastic and metal, 60 x 110 x 35cm
photo by Edouard Fraipont, courtesy the artist
Sandra Cinto, 'Bookshelf II', 1999 pen on wood, 26 x 27.2 x 18cm
photo courtesy the Zabludowicz Collection
André Komatsu, 'PedaçoRetalhoFragmentoAçãoFração', 2006 graphite on concrete, 26 x 39 x 9cm (object), 36,5 x 45 x 19cm (support)
photo by Ding Musa, courtesy Galeria Vermelho
Brígida Baltar 'Juazeiro', 2008 brick dust on paper, 74.5 x 54 cm
photo courtesy Galeria Nara Roesler
The Embassy of Brazil proudly presents Collector Collecting, an exhibition on collecting, with Brazilian works selected from private collections in Britain.
A showcase of works by prominent Brazilian artists past and present, curated by Isobel Whitelegg and Maria do Mar Guinle, the exhibition will concentrate on key pieces in UK private collections and will be accompanied by a publication exploring the act of collecting and the relationship between artists and collectors.
The exhibition will include works by:
Brígida Baltar / Sandra Cinto / Lygia Clark / Detanico & Lain / Marcius Galan / André Komatsu / Cinthia Marcelle / Lucia Nogueira / Nicolás Robbio / Mira Schendel
Preceding the Private View on 15 October, the curators Maria do Mar Guinle and Isobel Whitelegg will be joined for a round table discussion by Guy Brett, John and Stuart Evans, Bel Pedrosa and the newly appointed Chief Curator of the 29th São Paulo Biennial, Moacir dos Anjos.
The works in the exhibition were kindly loaned by Guy Brett, Serena Cattaneo, Stuart and Margaret Evans, Jack Kirkland, Catherine and Franck Petitgas, and by the Lodeveans and Zabludowicz collections.
Guy Brett, John Evans, Isobel Whitelegg, Moacir dos Anjos, Bel Pedrosa and Stuart Evans at the round table discussion at the Embassy of Brazil
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