Launch will be Sunday, 15 September, the largest contemporary art gallery outdoors in Rio de Janeiro, located in the Tijuca Forest.
Pieces will be on display in the Mansion of Heaven and go on sale ArtRio.
Five of the most respected Brazilian contemporary artists living – Angelo Venosa, Eduardo Coimbra, Iole de Freitas, Nuno Ramos and Caldas Caldas – They will launch multiple in honor of Dam Museum, in the Tijuca Forest. The artists, who have works on permanent display on site, They present the new pieces in a celebration 15 September, with free admission, the museum itself, located in the largest urban forest in the world replanted by man. After, Multiple follow for display at the Museum of Heaven Chacara, in Santa Teresa. Parallel, the works will also be launched in ArtRio, in the Mul.ti.plo Space Art booth, in 18 September, Day "preview" of the fair.
The body of work consists of new works, unreleased and exclusive, a project fruit of a partnership between Mul.ti.plo and Museum Dam, opened in 1964, the residence and the Castro Maya collector's collection (1884-1968). Each artist will create a series of 15 small format sculptures that will be offered for sale by gallery. "This partnership is a tribute to the spectacular set of permanent works that inhabits the outer space of the institution, Adopting aperspectival full heritage, combining cultural heritage to natural ", says Vera de Alencar, Director Museum Castro Maya - Ibram - Ministry of Citizenship.
For the occasion, each artist has created a multiple of free inspiration. Venous Angelo developed a piece of bronze that, as well as its ongoing work in the museum, It is related to the nature and part of a mold digitally printed. With its ability to give the image a sculptural quality, Eduardo Coimbra created a diptych composed of light boxes made of steel and photography, remembering the optical effect of a rear view. In its multiple, elaborate hand, one by one, Iole de Freitas sought references in the series of large exposed facilities at Casa Daros, CCBB, Iberê Camargo and own Museum Dam, usandoo same material used in the works there (polycarbonate and stainless steel). The work of Nuno Ramos bows to Nelson Cavaquinho, uniting folk art to high culture of dictionaries. Based on the assumptions of his "Popular Science Handbook", Caldas Caldas created an unusual "symbolic operating system" or "poetic suggestions", which will be assembled by the viewer itself, instructions from. "A multiple has the ability to bring the artist's audience. It is an opportunity to take home remarkable works of some of the greatest contemporary artists of the country ", Vera celebrates.
Material: sculpture in bronze with patina (black)
Dimensions: 24 x 27 x 17 cm
Angelo Venosa was born in São Paulo, where he attends school in Brazil 1973. It moved to Rio de Janeiro, in the year 1974, where graduating Industrial Design ESDI (Industrial Design School). In the 1980, attends courses at the School of Visual Arts of Parque Lage and, in 2007, defends the master's thesis "The Opacity", the Graduate UFRJ School of Fine Arts (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro). Arose in the Brazilian art scene in the late 1980 and it is one of the few artists called the graduates "Generation 80" dedicated to sculpture to painting and not. Since then he laid the foundation of a career that includes stints in São Paulo Biennial (1987), Brazilian twentieth century art (1987, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris), Venice Biennale (1993) and Mercosul Biennial (2005). In 2012, the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro (MAM RJ) consecrated him a solo exhibition celebrating 30 year career, that followed roaming to the Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Palace of Arts in Belo Horizonte and Recife in Mamam. In 2013 It was released the second book of his work, also published by Editora Cosac Naify. Today the artist has several public sculptures installed in the country: Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro (Gardens); Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo (Ibirapuera garden); Pinacoteca de Sao Paulo (Garden of Light); Copacabana beach / Rudder, in Rio de Janeiro; Santana do Livramento, Rio Grande do Sul; José de Moraes Park Ermírio, in Curitiba and Dam Museum in Rio de Janeiro.
permanent work at the Museum of the weir: Ghbah, 2016 (260 X 220 X 220 cm, wood coated with polyurethane)
Material: stainless steel, printing backfilm and LEDs
Dimensions: 7,5 X 20 X 12 cm
Eduardo Coimbra (n. 1955, Rio de Janeiro) lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. He studied electrical engineering and art history at PUC-Rio de Janeiro. Coimbra is best known for its multimedia facilities site-specific. His work relates to space in a broadly, often forcing these boundaries between inside and outside of institutional art spaces, the boundaries between art concepts, architecture and landscape. In proximity to the architecture, developed projects for living spaces and researched records, conceptualizations and recreations of landscapes, producing photographic works, drawings, collages, facilities in institutional spaces, models and projects for the public space. She participated in the 29th Bienal de São Paulo (São Paulo, 2010) and 3rd Mercosul Biennial, in Porto Alegre (Porto Alegre, 2001). Among his recent group are: The art experience (CCBB Brasilia, São Paulo, 2014); and Itaú Collection of Brazilian photography (Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, 2013). Some of his most recent solo were: Architectural facts (Galeria Nara Roesler, Rio de Janeiro, 2015); Football in the Expanded Field (Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, 2014); 2 Sculptures (Tiradentes Square, Rio de Janeiro, 2013); Between architecture and landscape (Studio X, Rio de Janeiro, 2013); A sculpture in the room (Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim, Rio de Janeiro, 2015); and Cloud Project (Lexus Hybrid Art Project, Moscow, Russia, 2013).
permanent work at the Museum of the weir: catwalk, 2008 (32meters, wood and steel)
IOLE DE FREITAS
Title: I am my own architecture
Material: stainless steel and etched polycarbonate blades and green.
Dimensions:23,5 X 44 X 29 cm
He studied at the School of Industrial Design in Rio de Janeiro (1964 – 1965). From 1970 to 1978 He lived in Milan, Italy, where he worked as a designer in the Corporate Image Studio Olivetti. From 1973 It produces and exposes your artwork. Among the individual exhibitions stand out: 9toParis Biennale (1975); 15toInternational Biennial of São Paulo (1981); exhibition "Cartographies" (1993), Bronx Museum (New York), National Gallery (Ottawa, Canada) and in Winnepeg (Canada); Bogota; Caracas and Madrid; Biennial Brazil XX Century (São Paulo, 1994); the single "Body Sculpture: the work of Iole de Freitas ", curated by Paulo Venancio Filho, the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art and the Imperial Palace in Rio de Janeiro (1997); Project permanent facilities Dam Museum, in Rio de Janeiro (1999); individual at the Art Center Hélio Oiticica (Rio de Janeiro, 2000), "Iole de Freitas", Valley Museum (Vila Velha, 2004), and "Iole de Freitas", in the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, 2005), all curated by Salzstein; 5Th Mercosul Biennial (Porto Alegre, 2005). In 2007 Iole was invited to perform a specific project for Documenta 12, Kassel, Germany, and 2008 He presented his work at the Iberê Camargo Foundation, in Porto Alegre. In 2009 She exhibited at the France-Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) and the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, and he participated in the exhibition "Desire shape" at the Akademie der Kunst, in Berlin. In 2015 Iole held the Monumental Area MAM Rio de Janeiro with the exhibition "The weight of each". In 2016, participated in the exhibition "The Many and the One: Brazilian Contemporary Art, Collection Andrea and Jose Olympio Pereira. In 2017 participated in the exhibition "Ways of seeing Brazil: Itaú Cultural 30 years ", father, Ibirapuera park (São Paulo). His career is documented in various texts and art critics renowned publications. It is represented by Galeria Raquel Arnaud since 1988.
permanent work at the Museum of the weir: Untitled, 2012 (14meters, polycarbonate and steel cables)
Title: Para Nelson IV
Material: Dictionary cut with typographic, acrylic and mirror.
Dimensions: 21,5 X 28,5 X 5,8 cm
Nuno Alvares Pessoa de Almeida Ramos (São Paulo, SP, 1960). Sculptor, painter, designer, set designer, essayist, Videomaker. Is studying philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences, University of São Paulo (FFLCH/USP), from 1978 to 1982. It works as editor of the magazines Almanac 80 and Kataloki, between 1980 and 1981. Begins to paint in 1982, when he founded the studio house 7, with Paulo Monteiro (1961), Rodrigo Andrade (1962), Carlito Carvalhosa (1961) and Fabio Miguez (1962). Performs the first three-dimensional works in 1986. The following year, receives from the Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo (MAC/USP) 1st Exchange Émile Eddé Plastic Arts. In 1992, in Porto Alegre, exposes for the first time installation 111, It referred to the massacre of prisoners in Carandiru Penitentiary (Carandiru) occurred that year. publish, in 1993, the prose bookwhich and; in 1995, the book-object Ballad. Vence, in 2000, the competition held in Buenos Aires for the construction of a monument in memory of the disappeared during the military dictatorship in that country. In 2002, publishes book of short stories The bread Raven. To compose his works, the artist uses different media and materials, and works with engraving, painting, photography, installation, poetry and video.
permanent work at the Museum of the weir: Calado I / draft II, 2002 (4,00 X 1,30m / 5,30 X 3,08m, asphalt, glass and burnt oil)
Title: Examples of filter
Material: MDF and plastic (Acrylic)
Measures: 55 X 30 X 30 cm (mounted)
Caldas Caldas Junior (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1946). Sculptor, designer, graphic artist, set designer. Studied painting with Ivan Serpa (1923-1973), in 1964, no Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro (MAM/RJ). Between 1969 and 1975, performs drawings, objects and conceptual character of photographs. In the 1970, leciona no Villa-Lobos Institute, in Rio de Janeiro; is co-editor of the magazine Malasartes; It includes the commission of Cultural Planning MAM / RJ; participates in the publication Part of Fire and published with Carlos Zilio (1944), Ronaldo Brito (1949) and José Resende (1945) the article O Boom, Post-Boom, o Dis-Boom, in the paper Opinion. In 1979, its production is analyzed in the book Gadgets, Ronaldo Brito testing and, in 1982, no Popular Science Manual, series published in Brazilian Contemporary Art, by Funarte. In 1986, video Off-te Sésamo, Miguel Rio Branco (1946), focuses its production. Receive, in 1993, Mario Pedrosa Award, the Brazilian Association of art critics (ABCA), for individual shows held in Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (MNBA), in Rio de Janeiro. In 1996, launches work Book Velázquez and performs the solo exhibition Notes 1969/1996, no Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, presenting for the first time his studies books.
permanent work at the Museum of the weir: The blue-mode, 2016 (13,6 X 8,4 X 10,5 meters, polysiloxane paint on polished stainless steel)
MUSEUMS MAYA CASTRO
Raymundo Ottoni de Castro Maya (1884-1968) it was industrial, book publisher, athlete, defender of heritage, artistic and natural and Rio, especially, art collector. Its collection gave rise to the two institutions gathered in the Castro Maya Museums: Museu da Chácara do Céu, in Santa Teresa, Museum and Dam, in Alto da Boa Vista. The area of permanent facilities Dam Museum was opened in 1999 curated by Marcio Doctors, until 2008, bringing together works of Anna Maria Maiolino, Iole de Freitas, Hélio Oiticica, Lygia Pape, Nuno Ramos, José Resende, Piotr Uklanski and Eduardo Coimbra. From 2010, the contemporary art outdoor circuit, linking art and landscaping in 150 mil m2 Atlantic Forest, He entered the premises of the artists Angelo Venosa and Caldas Caldas.
|LAUNCH OF THE MULTIPLE weir MUSEUM|
Artists: Angelo Venosa, Eduardo Coimbra, Iole de Freitas, Nuno Ramos and Caldas Caldas
Date: 15 September 2019 (Sunday)
Local: Museum Dam
Address: Road Dam, 764 – Alto da Boa Vista – Rio de Janeiro
Parking lot: Free, the museum itself
Age rating: free
Phones: +55 21 3433.4990 – 3433-4984
|EXPLANATORY MULTIPLE IN HEAVEN FARM|
Date: 25 September to 25 th November of 2019
Time: daily, except 3ªs fairs, 12h to 17h
Entrance: R$ 6,00
Local: the farm of Heaven Museum
End: S. Murtinho Nobre, 93 - Santa Teresa - Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 21 3970-1093
Age rating: free
|LAUNCH OF THE MULTIPLE ARTRIO|
Date: 18 September 2019 (Wednesday - Day previewda ArtRio)
Entrance: R$ 60 (entire) e R$ 30 (half). Passports for four days are also available on the official website for R $ 180 (entire) e R$ 90 (half).
Local: Marina da Glória – ArtRio – Booth D10 - Mul.ti.plo Space Art
End.: Av. Infante Dom Henrique, S / N - Glory – Pavilion and Terrace – Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 21 2555-2200
Age rating: free