Closing event : 24 October, the 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Date of exhibition : 4 of September to 25 October 2015
Cultural Center Post
Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 20 - Center, Rio de Janeiro
Tel: (21) 2253-1580
From Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm
The exhibition #2015_1 fragment, the Italian-Brazilian artist Lucio Salvatore and that he has signed for curation Fernando Cocchiarale, ends the day 25 October, at the Centro Cultural Correios. One day before, on 24 October, the artist himself will receive the public at an event that will mark the closing of the exhibition. On this day, who is visiting the exhibition can take home two fragments of a new project "Art will be taken away", It will be presented from the day 17 October.
The first project work, “Art will be taken away #1”, It's a picture of the works of his own shows #2015_1 fragment, where comes stitched with 100 postcards so that visitors can choose, cut and take the day of the closure, all stamped by the artist with his seal Art will be taken away.
The second, “Art will be taken away #2”, consists of a minimalist sculpture consisting of three cubes of Glycerin, a natural material produced in industrial scale, with applications used in various habits of our life and that this year meets 100 years since its invention. Visitors will be able to cut a piece of cubes that will be certified by the artist before being taken by new collectors of the work.
2015_1 fragment opened on the day 3 September, at the Centro Cultural Correios, and in just 6 days received almost 7.000 people. Due to the success, the show won more 20 days, ending the day 25 October. The show brings together a series of conceptual matrix works with installations, photos and videos. They deal with issues such as the authorship of the work, as in "Black Square ", work performed by the artist Anna Bella Geiger especially for shows. Are logistics process appropriations, as for example in the work "Post-Ar " that displaces air from Italy to Rio de janeiro, and industrial processes, such as in the work "Lavra ". In other cases, the works are the result of the choice of the artist to delegate the conduct of the work, as in the case of sculptures "The fashion Game # 7 ", performed by the students of the municipal school Marshal Esperidião Roses, or by the public who visited the exhibition in the installation "1400 Manipulations and a rule ".
Lucio Salvatore – Italian plastic artist Brazilian, lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. Graduated in economics at the Bocconi University of Milan, He studied philosophy and art in EAV Parque Lage. His works dealing with the ' power relations and handling ' within a community from language issues, policies, Economic and technological. Selected solo exhibitions: Superstudio, Milan (2008), Grant Gallery, New York (2007, 2009), Potsdamer Platz, Berlin (2007). In Brazil: Brazilian Museum of sculpture MuBE in São Paulo (2011) and at the Centro Cultural Correios in Rio de Janeiro (2010 and 2014).
Fernando Cocchiarale (Curator of the exhibition) – Art critic, curator and professor of philosophy of art in the Department of philosophy at PUC-RJ, is also a professor at the school of Visual Arts of Parque Lage. Author of articles, texts and book reviews published in books, catalogs, newspapers and magazines in Brazil and abroad art. Was curator and coordinator of the program Rumos Itaú Cultural Artes Visuais, Visual Arts Coordinator Funarte, and curator of the Museum of modern art of Rio de Janeiro (MAMRJ), In addition to Member of numerous juries and selection committees of exhibitions and salons in Brazil. Is independent curator, being responsible for exhibitions in MAM-RJ, Itaú Cultural (SP), Santander Cultural (RS), Oi Futuro, (RJ), Paço Imperial (RJ), France-Brazil House (RJ), National Museum of the Cultural Center of the Republic (DF). Is doctor in communication technologies and aesthetics through the school of communication from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
|Exhibition of the artist Lucio Salvatore : #2015_1 fragment|
Period: From 4 September to 25 October 2015
Local : Cultural Center Post
|Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 20 - Center, Rio de Janeiro – (21) 2253-1580|
|From Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm.|
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