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Marco Vaz Curitibinha. Photo: Disclosure.

Exhibition history of comics curitibanos through his characters

Barão do Serro Azul de Marcelo Lopez. Foto: Divulgação.

Baron Saw Marcelo Lopez Blue. Photo: Disclosure.

The chronology of the comic books of the city through his characters are in the exhibition "Fabulous Gallery of comic Characters of Curitiba", that opens next Friday (4), at 19h, in the room the Pencil engraving Museum, at Solar do Barão. Curated by Fulvio Pacheco, the shows format album of figurines has free admission and is playing until the 1st of may.

Loira Fantasma de Fulvio Pacheco. Foto: Divulgação.

Blond ghost of Fulvio Pacheco. Photo: Disclosure.

The Gallery starts with the Chico smoke 1926 written by Alcaeus Chichorro, passing by characters like the Lightning Man, the Poty Lazarotto, Maria Erotic, by Claudio Seto, Salfei, Marcia D ´ H, Marcozinho, the Tako X, Blonde Phantom, of Fulvio Pacheco, Curitibinha, Marcos Vaz, Amely, the Ryan Vasquez, Baron Saw Blue, Marcelo Lopez, Malu, José Aguiar and several other, totaling 65 characters.

According to Pacheco, the exhibition aims to show that there is a consistent comic chronology in Curitiba and of considerable volume. “The tradition of the city as for comics is known throughout the country, with merits as Grafipar, Publisher responsible for greater production of comics view outside the Rio-São Paulo, the first gastronomic events of Brazil and Gibicon “, Remember P.

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The idea for the album came up with the Monograph "history of Gibiteca and comics in Curitiba" published in 2006 by Fulvio as final project of the Faculty of Arts of Paraná. The article is available for consultation on Gibiteca de Curitiba.


Exhibition "Fabulous Gallery of comic book Characters of Curitiba"
Local: Pencil Room, Engraving Museum of the city of Curitiba-Solar do Barão
Date and time: Opening Day 4 March 2016 (Friday), at 19h. Visitation: 5 from March to May 1st, the 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm (Tuesday to Friday) and the 12:00 at 6:00 pm (saturday and sunday)

Free entrance


O Gralha. Foto: Divulgação.

The Rook. Photo: Disclosure.


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