“Provisional Gallery”, de Anderson Thives, also in pop-up version

Plastic artist opens space at Botafogo Praia Shopping


Keeping your itinerant vocation, democratizing Art in different spaces for indefinite periods, the provisional gallery, by artist Anderson Thives, will occupy space at Botafogo Praia Shopping, in a pop-up version, from day 15 August. In addition to promoting a tour of its exhibitions, Thives gives an “Instagrammable” touch to the environment, so that visitors can make their posts in a conceptual and fun environment, following the design of the project. The initiative, a partnership with the mall manager, Ancar Invanhoe, arose from the idea of ​​bringing culture to those who frequent the enterprise, contemplating the artist's new projects, beyond previews from other exhibitions.

“It is a pleasure for Botafogo Praia Shopping to receive an exhibition as innovative as Thives. Actions like this reinforce our commitment to the residents of the neighborhood and surroundings, offering free and high quality cultural options. In this way, we encourage our visitors to have a closer contact with art”, juliana haddad celebrates, enterprise marketing manager.

Specialized in collages and inspired by Pop Art icons, the artist uses around five thousand colored clippings per square meter in his creations. The gallery will occupy the second floor, em frente à loja L’Occitane in Brazil. Admission is free and some works will only be on display., while selected others will be available for sale. Among the themes chosen, there are reinterpretations of great painters, as Leonardo Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Salvador Dali and Frida Kahlo, in addition to a series.

"The main objective, more than selling, is to bring art and new perspectives to the local public. The concept of setting up as a large facility, as well as in the Ipanema gallery, it's the same, now more compact and somewhat intimate. It's a great tour option.! Botafogo, like a super cool neighborhood, deserves this program on the agenda”, afirma Thives.

About the Provisional Gallery

Conceived by architect Aline Araújo in partnership with Thives, the gallery opened at the beginning of the year, in the heart of Ipanema, in a property that belongs to Aline's family company. Its ephemerality establishes an analogy with the current pandemic times. In this first occupation, brought a retrospective of Thives' career: around 40 pieces approaching shows held since the beginning, as well as recent projects, covering previews of new exhibitions and facilities. All this displayed over the months of stay, with the proposal of also bringing together other artists who dialogue with the proposal of the space. Recently, the artist created a large instagrammable panel at Píer Mauá, in front of the Rio Art Museum, in celebration of the month LGBTQIA+ Pride.

About Anderson Thives

Anderson Thives is one of the only Brazilian artists to work exclusively with collage, in a technique that consists of joining thousands of squares of paper in the most varied colors, shades and sizes, taken from magazines and catalogs to form the images. With a great influence of Pop Art, as well as artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Tom Welsseman e Richard Hamilton, with his style and taste for the culture of images, specific, direct and easy to assimilate, the artist portrays through his collages all the sensibility, expression and impact formed by an unconventional technique. always colorful, cheerful and vibrant, His works can be seen in many museums and galleries around the world., as Thives is also represented by Abraham Art, located in the Netherlands, one of the largest gallery distributors in the world. In Paris, after working with two renowned galleries in the city of lights and doing the biggest art fair in Bastille, in 2015 the artist fixed a new gallery that bears his name, in Rueil-Malmaison, located next to the Paris Jockey Club. In the United States, has exhibited in San Francisco and New York, with great success, and from 2016 is part of the collective GAB Gallery, em Wynwood District. among your customers, well-known names such as businessman Eike Batista, the novelists Cristianne Fridman and Rui Vilhena, the actresses Claudia Raia, Juliana Paes, Lilia Cabral, Regina Duarte, Deborah Secco, Claudia Abreu, Letícia Spiller, Carol Castro, Emanuelle Araújo, Viviane Pasmanter, Leandra Leal, Paloma Bernardi, the socialite Narcisa Tamborindeguy, or musician Tico Santa Cruz, passing by Brazilian singers, Ivete Sangalo, Anitta, Ludmilla, Vanessa Da Mata, Preta Gil and Ana Carolina, Syrian-Lebanese singer Mika, a pop star Madonna, and, more recently, Mark Zuckerberg, facebook creator, just to name a few.

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About Botafogo Praia Shopping

Inaugurated in 1999, Botafogo Praia Shopping is part of the routine of those who live and/or work in Botafogo and adjacent neighborhoods in the south of Rio de Janeiro. with a privileged location, is 5 minutes from Botafogo Metro Station and just 15 minutes from Santos Dumont Airport and overlooks one of the most beautiful sights in the city, Sugar Loaf. The mall has a complete mix that caters to a qualified public., composed of executives and professionals from companies in its surroundings, as well as families and residents of the region. Since 2009 under the management of Ancar Ivanhoe – that in 2011 also took ownership of the enterprise. -, Botafogo Praia has been receiving constant investments to revitalize the mall. To find out more, between no site: www.botafogopraiashopping.com.br


Provisional Gallery Botafogo Praia Shopping

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Opening: day 15 August 2022.

Visitation: from Monday to Saturday, das 12h às 20h; Sundays and holidays, from 13h to 20h

Address: Botafogo Beach, 400 -Botafogo, 2º floor.

Opening time: from Monday to Saturday, das 12h às 20h; Sundays and holidays, from 13h to 20h, with opening of the food court at 12:00.

Instagram: @galeriaprovisoria and @andersonthives


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