The CENTRO CULTURAL CORREIOS RIO DE JANEIRO will hold a chat and the launch of the exhibition catalog of what SURROUNDS US on Saturday (20 de Mayo), at 4:00 pm. Participating artists chat Angelo Issa (painting), Daniel Moreira (photography), Leandro Gabriel (sculpture) and the curator of the exhibition Luiz Sérgio de Oliveira.
A fraction of the matches with real that characterize the contemporary part of the exhibition "WHAT ABOUT US”. She brings up the implications of the extraordinary task of trying to understand and master the complexities of life, through that we reveal the works on display, in the form of landscapes of Phantasmagoria and enchantment including those transiting or inhabiting the margins of major centres; through the recovery of everyday social ills that affect us and with which we live; or in an attempt (Re)Join unserviceable parts and fragments, remains, waste and debris of a world that believes in progress, believed in development even if we don't know what this will mean. The exhibition features works in different mediums of art production, such as painting, photography and sculpture.
Those interested in visiting the exhibition has until Sunday, 21 May 2017, to go to the Cultural Center of the post office in Rio de Janeiro. Admission is free.
The Cultural Centre post office is on Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, n° 20, in the historic centre of Rio de Janeiro. The institution integrates the Cultural corridor of Olympic Boulevard, having as neighbors France Brazil House, next, and the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil, in front.
|Exhibition "What ABOUT US"|
|Chat with the artists Angelo Issa (painting), Daniel Moreira (photography) and Leandro Gabriel (sculpture) and with the curator of the exhibition Luiz Sérgio de Oliveira + release of the CATALOG: 20 May 2017, at 4:00 pm.|
|Visitation period: until Sunday 21 May 2017, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm. Free entry.|
Postal Cultural Center of Rio de Janeiro – Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 20 – Center, Rio de Janeiro - RJ (next to the Olympic Boulevard, next to France and Brazil House opposite the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil).