A landmark work in the career of writer potiguar is the motto of the exhibition Rossini Perez: The addition of the cube ", the Museu Nacional de Belas Artes/Ibram/MinC opens day 16 de Mayo, at 12:00, in room Lebreton.
The beginning of the artistic career of Rossini Perez in Rio de Janeiro dates back to the 1950, When the work "cube poster Petite Galerie" was created by artist to serve disclosure announcement of collective exhibition of engravings of artists Anna Laney, Ernesto L, Vera Bocayuva Mindlin, Olympio de Araújo and Rossini Perez, held at the legendary Petite Galerie, located on Atlantic Avenue, in Copacabana.
Created by request of the Italian art dealer Francis Terranova, owner of the Petite Galerie, the work is the conductive element of chronicles the artist's memory that talk about art and artists market.
The cube represents a foray by Rossini in concretism, but, chance of fate, ceased to be held at the time of the show, in 1957, being built only almost 60 years later to a retrospective exhibition of the artist in Art Museum of River-SEA, in 2015. Recently the work became part of the collection of the MNBA.
Show "Rossini Perez: In addition to the hub "enables the public to review nearly the original lineup of the group that participated in the event in the years 1950, and offers a significant brazilian engraving Panel through the 20 works on display, most produced in the 1950.
Curated the museologist of MNBA Claudia Ramirez, the exhibition is composed of eight works of Rossini Perez, five works by Anna Letycia, five of Vera Mindlin and two of Ernesto L.
|Exhibition: Rossini Perez: The cube in addition form|
|Opening: 16 de Mayo, at 12:00, in room Lebreton.|
|Period: of 16 from May to 16 July|
|Visitation: Tuesday to Friday from 10 18hs;|
|on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 13 to 18 hours.|
|Tickets: R$ 8,00 and a half: R$ 4,00 family ticket (for up 4 members of the same family) the R $ 8,00.|
|FREE ON SUNDAYS.|
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