COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION – The Second World War by Rod Pereira
FROM: 17 to 31 OF JULY OF 2014
CURATOR: ALEXANDRE REIDER E PEDRO DA COSTA.
LOCAL: SALA DE EXPOSIÇÕES TEMPORÁRIA 01
Forte Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
There are 75 years began the largest armed conflict between nations that changed the geopolitical landscape of the XX century, the Second Great War (1939-1945). Painters, illustrators and designers were asked to perform representative works of this historic moment, also doing a tribute to soldier of Brazilian Army that with bravery and honor, participated in this historical moment so striking. In the month of August, commemorates the day the Brazilian Soldier. The artists have prepared drawings, watercolors, oils and acrylics unique for this exhibition.
Participate in the exhibition: Alexandre Reider, Charles Oak, Rod Pereira, Marcus Claudio, Pedro Mauro, Pedro da Costa, Gonzalo Cárcamo, Bruno Guedes, Anderson Nascimento, Avelino, Nilo de Medinaceli, Montalvo Machado, Sandra Nunes, Vinícius Silva, José Rosário and Lisandro França.
An unique opportunity to see originals of great painters and illustrators of Rio, São Paulo, Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Sul in one of the most visited places of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
This exhibition was also published in the blog of José Rosário.
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