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6Edition of the Christmas action Gallery Tina Zappoli

Charity event occurs in 2 of december,
birthday of 34 years of GALLERY TINA ZAPPOLI

Sede Galeria Tina Zappoli. Foto: Carol Zatt Assessoria.

Seat Gallery Tina Zappoli. Photo: Carol Zahran Advice.

The SEEN GALLERY Christmas Action TINA ZAPPOLI consists of the full donation of works of artists/photographers FELIPE CRETELLA (SP), MARINHO NETO (RS) AND ROGER MASSEY (RS). Each raffle number costs R$ 50,00 (fifty reais). All proceeds will go towards the ST. JOHN the BAPTIST PRIMARY SCHOOL, the Capital-philanthropic institution created in 1939 serving for free children and adolescents with multiple disabilities.

The campaign is already in place on the internet (galeriatinazappoli@gmail.com) or directly at the Gallery (Pauline Street Teixeira, 35 -Bairro Rio Branco), having as target group people from all over Brazil and also abroad the with interest in helping the entity. "It was a way that the gallery found in fulfilling its social role, doing the raffle itself inside the Gallery's birthday party. This is the sixth year that we do, always with much success ", comments the owner Tina Zappoli.

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In 2 of december, date on which the Gallery TINA ZAPPOLI complete 34 years of uninterrupted performance in the same location, in Porto Alegre, will take place the traditional charity event of the 6th Edition of the Christmas Action, with the delivery of the works to the winners.

WORKS TO BE DRAWN IN THE EVENT:

“Pescadores do Rio Vermelho” – edição 2/3. Crédito: Marinho Neto. Fotografia digital impressa em papel hahnemulle 75 x 100 cm.

"Fishermen of Rio Vermelho" – editing 2/3. Credit: Marinho Neto. Digital photo printed on hahnemulle paper 75 x 100 cm.

“Jun#o” - Fotografia digital 2013. Papel Epson Satin. Crédito: Roger Monteiro. 80 x 50 cm (100 x 70 cm emoldurada).

"Jun #" – Digital photography 2013. Epson Satin Paper. Credit: Roger Massey. 80 x 50 cm (100 x 70 cm framed).

“Queda Livre” - Fotografia digital. Crédito: Felipe Cretella impressa em papel hahnemulle Satin. 60 x 45 cm.

"Free Fall" – Digital photography. Credit: Felipe Cretella. Printed on hahnemulle paper Satin. 60 x 45 cm.

TINA ZAPPOLI GALLERY- Founded in 1981, Initially he devoted himself more to modernist artists established in the 20th century. Immediately, was acquired a more contemporary character. Throughout its history, had the privilege of circulating nationally with the work of Iberê Camargo, artist who represented until his death, in 1994. After that, the gallery was, slowly, introducing a collection of Brazilian Popular Art, one of the passions of their owners: the Marine photographer and gallerist Tina Zappoli, partner-founder of entity. Today, blend harmoniously with originality in the South of the country-folk art with modern and contemporary art.

Galeria Tina Zappoli

Service:

6th CHRISTMAS ACTIONcharity event
Realization: 2 of december, on wednesday, at 19h

Birthday party 34 years of uninterrupted activities in the Capital

In THE MEANTIME – collective exhibition

Visitation: up to 18 th December 2015

TINA ZAPPOLI GALLERY

Address: Pauline Coronel Teixeira, 35 – Bairro Rio Branco – Porto Alegre/RS
Time: Monday to Friday, the 10:30 to 12:00 and 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Phone: (51) 3332-3726

WebSite: brasilartegaleria.com.br

E-mail: galeriatinazappoli@gmail.com

 

Complete list of participating artists "In The Meantime":

  1. ALBERTO CEDRÓN
  2. ANDREW OF SAILOR
  3. GIDEON RING
  4. ANTÔNIO DE DEDE
  5. AYAO OKAMOTO (for the first time in the Gallery)
  6. CABRAL
  7. DALTON COSTA (for the first time in the Gallery)
  8. DIRCE KÖRBES
  9. RIAN BEZERRIL
  10. FAMILY PETUBA
  11. FERNANDA VALADARES
  12. FRANCISCO STOCKINGER
  13. GUILHERME DE NECK
  14. ITELVINO JAHN
  15. IBERÊ CAMARGO
  16. JADIR JOÃO EGÍDIO
  17. JOÃO DAS ALAGOAS
  18. JORGE LEITE
  19. JULIANA HOFFMANN
  20. KLAUS MITTELDORF
  21. LAURENTINO
  22. LORENA HOLLANDER
  23. LUIS ANTONIO
  24. MANOEL GRACIANO
  25. RAHUL LINCK
  26. MARINHO NETO
  27. FRANCIS DANIEL
  28. RESÊNDIO
  29. ROGER MASSEY
  30. ROGÉRIO CAMACHO
  31. SERGIO LUCENA
  32. SIL
  33. SIRON FRANCO
  34. BRO (also in the Mercosul Visual Arts biennial exhibition and shows parallel to the current Venice Biennale)

+ BRAZILIAN TRIBAL ART pieces

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