From 29 September until 29 November
Ground floor of the exhibition hall
Gallery Talk: 29 September, às 11h
In 450 years of Rio de Janeiro, the Art Museum of the river-SEA, under the management of the Institute Odeon, opens to the public News-angles 90 years of Photojournalism in the world. There are more than 150 photographs of Custódio Coimbra, Bruno Veiga, Sebastiao Salgado, Eurico Dantas, Marcelo Carnaval and Marcia Foletto, among other big names of the national photojournalism, daily lend their looks to bring information to thousands of readers. Curated by SEA and the globe, the exhibition features a river that passes daily through the pages of the newspaper, with their joys, pain, destruction and reconstruction, a testimony of a city that never stops reinventing yourself.
Each core will display your text signed by journalists and columnists known to the general public. Miriam Leitão writes about the period of the dictatorship, that the exhibition will be presented by images that range from the first movement to the coup 64 even rare photos of the corpse of the student Edson Luiz, with the who lived the terrors of the time. Still in the political arena, Merval Pereira contextualizará the previous scenario to 1961, with the isolation of power in Brasilia, and the slow process of democratization which leads to the formation of 1988. Discussions on social housing and urban transformations, topics widely discussed in sea exhibitions, This time will be processed by Sergio Magalhaes, While the Society editor, William Helal Son, speaks on religion and education, matters that are also part of the routine of the Museum.
In love with mulatto Carnival, Ancelmo Gois writes about the records of the party and their relationship with the Afro-Brazilian culture. Images that help strengthen the imaginary of the wonderful city, joining the river and contours, seen from the ground and from the sky, will be translated by the veteran John Maximum. Already on the wrong side of joy and beauty in Rio, the pain caused by natural disasters, by the violence and by the aggressive process of peacemaking will be expressed by Paulo Motta, Globe Executive Editor.
The love for the sport come represented by Fernando Calazans in a core that brings together great soccer moves, the first cover with the idol Ayrton Senna and unusual scenes of different modalities. The Brazilian popular music and its great characters will be introduced by columnist Nelson Motta. Already the Photojournalism of the globe will be presented by the opinion editor, Aluísio Maranhão, and the shows contextualized by Ascanio Seleme, Director of Writing.
Currently directed by Antônio Ribeiro, the photo section of the globe appreciate the historical and contemporary role of a newspaper in daily news. The graphic design of the vehicle, renovated in 2012 by Chico Amaral-who worked in the remodel of newspapers such as El País (Spain), The Independence (England), Clarím (Argentina) and the State of São Paulo-, establishes a new relationship between image and text.
News-angles 90 years of on the face of the Globe celebrates the anniversary of the largest newspaper in the city and is part of a series of exhibitions that highlight the importance of Photojournalism alongside shows like Kurt Klagsbrunn, a humanist photographer in Rio and Evandro Teixeira, the Constitution of the world. The series will be completed with exhibitions about the magazines the cruise and Headlines, that will be organized in brief. To mark the opening of the exhibition, a Gallery talk brings together journalists, photographers and curators on the day 29 September, às 11h. Part of the works on display will be donated to the collection of the SEA.
The Museu de Arte do Rio
The sea is a space dedicated to art and education. Installed in Praca Maua, occupies two adjacent buildings: an older, lying and eclectic style, which houses eight galleries of the; 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. The Museum was born with a school-the School of 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, sponsored by BG Brazil, In addition to Souza Cruz, Dow and Brookfield. It also sponsored the Braskem by means of the law of incentive to the culture of the State of Rio de Janeiro, with the support of the Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro, and the Ministry of culture and the Federal Government of Brazil through the Federal law of incentive to culture. The management is left to the Odeon Institute.
Service MAR - Museu de Arte do Rio
Entrance: R$ 8 The R $ 4 (half price) - People with up 21 years, private school students, university, disabled people and public servants of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Payment by cash or card (Visa or Mastercard).
Policy free: Pay no entry-on presentation of evidentiary documentation – students from public (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, Neighbors of the sea and tourist guides. Tuesdays admission is free to the general public. On Sunday admission is free for holders of the passport of Museums in Rio that have not yet the stamp of the sea. On the last Sunday of the month, the Museum has free entry to all through the project Sunday at sea.
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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