Experiences in contrasting axes comprise exposure resignifies belonging opposite complementary
Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo – BUT/SP, institution of the Department of Culture and Economy of the State of São Paulo Creative, a follow up to the anniversary celebrations of her Golden Jubilee to be completed in June 2020, displays the news photos “Fora do Temp(l)O" curated by Bianca Boeckel. set in Room MAS / Metro Tiradentes, the partnership between the curator and the museum near the audience of over a new art form that unites creation with technology.
In the exhibition space niches are exposed 13 Photographs of two series of contrasting imagery records: a series of image ‘Liquenscape’, carioca photographer Nelson Porto, and a cut of the series 'Call Block', with selected images together with Francisco Almendra, artists Ana Carvalho, José Guilherme Leite, Lucas Fight, Micael Hocherman, Pedro Esteban and Rapha Silva.
While ‘Liquenscape’ highlights the expanded record of Pico immensity Agulhas Negras and the contemplation of the eternal sacred and empty out of time, the collective that depicts the Carnival in “Call the Block " approaches profane - that which is outside the temple - through a dip in ecstasy present in the biggest party of men.
The polarity between the two subjects is given in several axes: natureza vs. man, vs empty. full, off vs time. outside the temple. The resulting dynamic leads to a dialogue between forms and strong meanings – even belonging to different universes.
When inserting the latest technology to create art, It is reserved to the visitor the role of participating in the work. The virtual reality experiences that are part of “Fora do Temp(l)O" open a new exhibition space in three dimensions that creates memories like that of those who lived the scene in real life.
“Fora do Temp(l)O" offers visitors the ecstasy found in the intersection of two sacred experiences: the contemplation of nature, and the dip in the biggest party of men.
|Exhibition: “Fora do Temp(l)the”|
|Artists: Nelson Porto, Ana Carvalho, José Guilherme Leite, Lucas Fight, Micael Hocherman, Pedro Esteban and Rapha Silva|
|Curator: Bianca Boeckel|
|Opening: 15 February - Saturday - at 11 am.|
|Period: 16 February to 22 March 2020|
|Timetables: Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 17hs.|
|Local: Room MAS / Metro Tiradentes – www.museuartesacra.org.br|
|Tiradentes subway station – São Paulo - SP|
|Tel.: 11 3326-5393 -scheduling / educational guided tours|
|Entrance: Free to Metro users|
|Number of works: 13|
|Techniques: photographs and virtual reality – VR|
Owner and director of the gallery that bears his name, specializing in receivership, Art Advisory and Art Collection at Sotheby's in New York and attended art history courses at NYU, the Brazilian Sculpture Museum – MUBE and Casa do Saber, in São Paulo. Along 6 years, He served as curator in 24 from 29 exhibitions promoted to her gallery; and in partnership with other trustees as Ricardo Resende, Fausto Chermont, Thomas and Heloisa Baccaro Vivanco in other exhibitions held. From 2018, will offer art history courses taught by the collector and lecturer Fabio Faisal – starting their educational project aimed to spread the culture and art in various aspects. Sort guided tours of private collections, museum exhibitions and debates on contemporary art. He was responsible for curating, expography and execution of the project conceived by 10 independent artists and members of artistic groups and collective monitoring and Hermes GO – SP. In 2019 He was invited by the Museum of Sacred Art of São Paulo for the Adagio exhibition curator, in Room MAS / Metro Tiradentes.
MAS / SP
The Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo, institution of the Department of Culture and Economy of the State of São Paulo Creative, It is one of the most important of its kind in the country. It is the result of an agreement signed between the State Government and Mitra Archdiocese of Sao Paulo, in 28 October 1969, and its installation date 29 June 1970. Since then, the Museum of Sacred Art of São Paulo came to occupy wing of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception of Light, on Avenida Tiradentes, downtown São Paulo. The building is one of the most important monuments of colonial architecture São Paulo, built of rammed earth, rare remaining example in the city, last farm convent city. It was listed by the Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute National, in 1943, and the Council for the Defense of Heritage, Architectural artistic and the State of São Paulo, in 1979. It has much of its collection also listed by IPHAN, since 1969, whose priceless heritage includes relics of stories in Brazil and worldwide. The Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo holds a vast collection of works created between centuries 16 and 20, counting with rare specimens and significant. There are more than 18 thousand items in the collection. The museum has works of recognized names, as Frei Agostinho da Piedade, Frei Agostinho de Jesus, Antonio Francisco Lisboa, the "Aleijadinho" and Benedito Calixto de Jesus. Noteworthy are also the collections of nativity scenes, silverware and jewelery, Lampadarios, furniture, altarpieces, altars, clothing, liturgical books and numismatic.
OF SACRED ART MUSEUM SAO PAULO - MAS / SP
Chairman of the Board of Directors – José Roberto Marcellino
CEO – José Carlos Marcal de Barros
Director of Planning and Management – Luiz Henrique Neves Marcon
Museologist - Beatriz Cruz