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Efigênia Rashidi. Photo: Edu Camargo.

Exhibition portrays artists operating in the city of Curitiba

Itaércio Rocha. Foto: Edu Camargo.

Itaércio Rock. Photo: Edu Camargo.

Artists that inspire, mess with the imaginary and annoy people often, taking them from their common place. This is the motto of the exhibition "beings from another Planet", which brings together images of nine artists who have made Curitiba your stage. The work of photographer Edu Camargo took three years to complete and will be presented for the first time on the day 3 February, at 8:0 pm, the Museum of photography of Curitiba (Solar do Barão), with free entry, and follow to visitors until 28 February.

At the exhibition, that gathers images presented in the form of fine art, You can know more about the personality of figures important to the local and national culture. The artists featured are Ademir Antunes (Plá), Efigênia Rashidi, Hermeto Pascoal, Gerson War, Helium Milks, Orlando Azevedo, Aline Brunette, Rock Itaércio and Fatima Ortiz.

Hermeto Pascoal. Foto: Edu Camargo.

Hermeto Pascoal. Photo: Edu Camargo.

Curated by Orlando Azevedo and design of Key Zotovici, the exhibition still features audios made with each of the characters, as interviews, presentations and performances. "The images show the artists within the environment, be in plastic arts, in music or theatre. Choose characters with something to say and show and that, sometimes, Some people don't even know, Despite the great importance of his works”, explains the photographer Edu Camargo.

The exhibition was included in the Municipal law of incentive to culture of the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba, com o incentivo das empresas Bellinati Perez e Condor.

Exhibition "beings from another Planet", by Edu Camargo.
Local: Museum of photography Curitiba city-Solar do Barão (S. Carlos Cavalcanti, 533)
Visitation: from 3 to 28 February (opening at 8:00 pm), from Tuesday to Friday, the 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm; Saturdays and Sundays, from 12:00 to 6:00 pm.
Free entrance.

Information: (41) 3321-3260


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