River – A French passion
From 14 April to 9 August 2015
1th floor of the Pavilion – Gallery B
Gallery Talk: 14/4, at 3:0 pm
The Art Museum of the river-SEA brings to town a selection of 75 photographs and videos, from the collections of the most respected French institutions – Centre Georges Pompidou, Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP), Société Française de la Photographie and Musée Nièpce –, portraying Rio de Janeiro by original angles and natural. Rio – A French passion meeting records made by artists such as the Brazilians Marc Ferrez, Augusto Malta, José Oiticica, Alberto Ferreira and Rogério Reis, the French Raymond Depardon and Vincent Rosenblatt, the Moroccan Bruno Barbey and Romanian Gherasim Luca, among other exponents of Photo of the century 19 the actuality. Videographic production will be represented by Kátia Maciel, JR. and Stephen Dean, among others.
The exhibition, that is part of the celebrations of the anniversary of 450 years of the city and open the official program of the FotoRio 2015, has the curatorship signed by Jean-Luc Monterosso and Milton Guran, Deputy Cristianne curated Rao. The result of two years of research, Rio – A French passion is divided in four cores-History, Modernist, Contemporary and Documentary – presenting to the public rare footage, emblematic works and look abroad on scenes of everyday life in Rio.
“Until World War II, Rio de Janeiro was behind only Paris among the most photographed cities in the world. This was, in part, due to its natural beauty and exoticism – European standards-, the civilization that develops here, but also due to the support of the Imperial Government. The France, naturally, as homeland of photography, It was addressed to an expressive selection of this production which included administrative reports or specific albums, especially in the century 19. Over the next century, Although by other paths, important authors who have documented the river entered the French public museum collections”, explains Milton Guran.
Among the facts presented are the portraits of Rio's elite families registered by Portuguese Joaquim Insley Pacheco and pitched by the mass of the abolition of slavery, held in 17 May 1888, captured by the. Ahmad. One of the first exponents of Brazilian modernism in photography, José Oiticica, appears alongside other names of the movement as Emanuel Couto Monteiro and Sylvio Coutinho Mathur. Other highlights are the photographs of Raymond Depardon, one of the leading French artists in the news, and the work of Vincent Rosenblatt funk culture in town.
The exhibition is on display between 14 April and 9 August. On opening day, at 3:0 pm, happens a little Gallery featuring Milton Guran, Raju Rao, Rogério Reis and Bruno Barbey. On 16, at 3:0 pm, It is the turn of Jean-Luc Monterosso speak to the public. Along with Rio – A French passion, the sea opens to the public the show Kurt Klagsbrunn, a humanist photographer in Rio (1940-1960).
Artists: The de Barros Araujo, Alberto Ferreira, Augusto Malta, Bruno Barbey, Chakib Jabor, Emanuel Couto Monteiro, Eugenia Grandchamp, Gherasim Luca, Joaquim Insley Pacheco, JR, José Oiticica, Kátia Maciel, Marc Ferrez, Marcelo Lins Malik, Paul Almasy, Raphaël Landau, Raymond Depardon, René Burri, Rogério Reis, Stephen Dean, Sylvio Coutinho Mathur, Thierry Cohen and Vincent Rosenblatt.
The Museu de Arte do Rio
The MAR is a space dedicated to art and visual culture. Installed in Praca Maua, occupies two adjacent buildings: an older, lying and eclectic style, which houses the Exhibition Hall; another younger, Modernist, Look where the school's work. The architectural design unites the two buildings with a fluid concrete cover, which refers to a wave - a trademark of the museum -, and a ramp, where visitors come to the exhibition spaces.
O MAR, an initiative of the City Government in partnership with the Roberto Marinho Foundation, have activities that involve collecting, registration, search, preservation and return of cultural property to the community. Proactive support space education and culture, the museum was born with a school - the School Look -, whose proposal is innovative museological: foster the development of an educational program of reference for actions in Brazil and abroad, combining art and education from the curatorial program that guides the institution.
The museum has the Globe Group as maintainer, the Valley and the BG Brazil as sponsors and the copatrocínio of ITA, Besides the support of the State Government of Rio de Janeiro and the realization of the Ministry of Culture and the Federal Government of Brazil, by Federal Law for Promotion of Culture. The management is left to the Odeon Institute, a private association, nonprofit, whose mission is to promote citizenship and the social and educational development through the realization of cultural projects.
Service MAR - Museu de Arte do Rio
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Policy free: Do not pay admission - on presentation of Proof Documentation - public school students (teaching elementary and middle), children up to five years or people from 60, public school teachers, employees of museums, groups in situations of social vulnerability educational visit, MAR neighbors and tour guides. Tuesdays admission is free to the general public.
Tuesday to Sunday, das 10h às 17h. On Mondays the museum closes to the public. For more info, contact by phone (55 21) 3031-2741 or visit www.museudeartedorio.org.br.
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