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the Clovis, Carnival. Photo: Evandro Teixeira.

Exhibition "Street!"SEA leads to art, culture and social issues of the cities

opening event will take input
Free and Bnegão commanding

the sound on stilts

Opening:January 18, from 10pm,
with free entrance until 17h.
Bnegão boot sound at 16h
Curated By:SEA team
Season:by April 2020

The Museu de Arte do Rio, under the Institute's management Odeon, opens to the public on Saturday, day 18, with free entry, the exhibition "Street!”. Occupying a pavilion room, the group show brings together about 80 works, between photos, videos, graffiti and sculptures - by artists such as Carlos Vergara, Evandro Teixeira, Paula Trope, Guga Ferraz, James Phillips and Tia Lucia, among others - that make up the collection SEA, and five graffiti artists invited to create works especially for the exhibition - Panmela Castro, Cruz, Rack, Branch Collective Black and I love MP. The curator is signed by museum staff, coordinated by Marcelo Campos.

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Among the highlights of the show is a sound installation made by artists Guga Ferraz and Daniel Castanheira: one ramp skate nine meters in length that will be mounted in the center of the room, coupled to a sound system that amplifies the sounds produced by skateboarders. Collective of the city and athletes can register to use the ramp throughout the season.

The exhibition reinforces the SEA vocation to discuss social issues of cities and put the art in dialogue with the culture of the streets. "The street vibrates with the pulse of the city, of passers, that they see in different ways through reclames, the voices, and the traffic, mainly, the invention languages. From these attitudes and gestures, the collection of the museum dialogues and divides the display into four sections: deambulações, ruins, violence and demonstrations. Thus, the project results in the sum of curatorial gestures that merge into artistic mergers, opening the exhibition room to the street, to their uses and counter-uses, in rhyme battles, vogues, street dances e slams, among others ", says Campos.

From the 4:00 pm, BNegão boot sound to animate the audience with a libertarian DJing, with the best of the dance hall, bass national and Afrofuturism. The term "sound boot" was used by musician and activist Marcelo Yuka to designate people who are not DJs, but who enjoy DJing. The party goes on stilts until 18:30.

Service:
Street!
Opening of the exhibition: Saturday, 18 January, das 10h às 18h (input to 17h) - Exhibition Hall
Presentation Bnegão: Saturday, 18 January, 16h - Pilotis
On the opening day the SEA will have free entry to all exhibitions
Visitation: Tuesday to Sunday, das 10h às 17h
Free entrance at the opening of the exhibition and on Tuesdays. Other days $ 20 (whole family and admission on Sundays) e R$ 10 (half price) 

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The Art Museum of the river-SEA

An initiative of Prefeitura do Rio in partnership with Fundação Roberto Marinho, the sea has activities that involve collecting, registration, search, preservation and return of cultural property to the community. Proactive support space education and culture, the museum was born with a school - the School Look -, whose proposal is innovative museological: foster the development of an educational program of reference for actions in Brazil and abroad, combining art and education from the curatorial program that guides the institution.

The sea is managed by the Odeon, a social organization of culture. The museum has the Globe Group as maintainer, the Equinor as sponsor and master Itaú and IRB Brazil RE as sponsors through the Federal Law on Cultural Incentives.

The School of the look has the support of Icatu Seguros and Machado Meyer Lawyers via Federal Law on Cultural Incentives. The SEA also has the support of the State Government of Rio de Janeiro and realization of the Ministry of Citizenship and the Federal Government of Brazil, by Federal Law for Promotion of Culture.

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