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Sun Yarn Exhibition. Photo: Disclosure.

Solar Art Gallery opens the exhibition Sun wires

The exhibition contains works of art 38 children and adolescents from communities of Cantagalo and Pavão-Pavãozinho

The art gallery will promote Solar for free, from 07 of June, a exhibition Sun wires. Curated by Ana Teresa Lopes, Claudia Lyrio, Marisa Florido and Talita Tunala and coordination Osvaldo Carvalho, 38 Solar Integral College students are transformed into artists and follow a line of art ever designed on display light Balloon, where artists entwined in network order, unifying work through previously suggested topics, influenced by the poem Weaving the morning, of João Cabral de Melo Neto.

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Through three different workshops, students, residents of the communities of Cantagalo and Pavão-Pavãozinho, They were encouraged to surrender to the playful and exercised their freedom of creation according to the four themes proposed to them: Rainbow, gravity, autorretrato and aurora.

Among the materials worked, brought by artists Denise Calasans and Mercedes Lachmann, Chang Chi Chai, Roberta Paiva and Claudia Lyrio, are clay Play-doh, self-portraits and revolving lanterns used in popular festivities China. The works, to be exhibited in Light wires, They took inspiration from Leonardo da Vinci, Nelson Leirner, Tarsila do Amaral and Jeff Koons. These experiences artists turned into colorful sculptures, rotating lights and self-portraits with an interference stickers, cutouts and paint.

The exhibition of the students is a practice developed in order to bring the children of the current artistic production of the country. "Each has autonomy and central role in the creation and reproduction of their ideas", explains Yolanda Maltaroli, founder of the NGO Solar Meninos de Luz.

About Solar Light boys

Solar Light boys is a civil organization and philanthropic, promoting integral education, Culture, sports, support for professionalization, basic health care and social assistance to families with higher level of destructuring of the Peacock communities-Communities and Cantagalo. The work has 34 anniversary and celebrates 27 years of Education Program in full 2018. As 418 children of 3 months before the 18 years of age remain in the nursery to high school Solar, joining universities and good jobs.


Pre-school II

Tomaz Adriano Rodrigues do Nascimento Silva
Alice Nascimento Souza
Alice Trajan Germano de Souza
Arthur da Silva Stowny
Daniel Rodrigues Montilho
Erick Mattos Sales
Gabriel Oliveira Brittes do Vale
Jose Freitas of Breno Santos
Kamael da Silva Santos
Klebinson Eduardo Souza Santana Junior
Marco Aurélio Macedo da Silva Junior
Maria Victoria de Jesus Alves Silva
Stephany Melo Souza
Tárcia Valentina Amaro da Silva

High school

Alicia Mota de Castro Dantas Azevedo
Anne Vitória da Silva Oliveira
Carla Gonçalves Jennifer Martinez
Deborah Barreto Santos
Francisco Junior Cross Pires
Gabriel Welcome
Gabriel Silva de Souza
Gabriel From Korsch Souza
Henrique Gabriel Alencar Souza
Jaqueline Lopes de Castro
Juan Joseph Oliveira Barbosa
Julia Pinheiro Bernardino
Karen Ferreira da Silva
Larissa Santiago Matos Pereira
Lorena Silveira de Oliveira
Manoelle Nascimento Oliveira
Marcos Rodrigues Chueng
Mariane de Sousa Soares
Nicoly Martins Costa
Renan Gonçalves dos Santos Costa
Ryan dos Santos Rodrigues da Silva
Thales Nascimento Alves
Victory Roberta Silva Nascimento
Yuri Araújo Feitosa

Sun Yarn Exhibition
Curated By: Ana Teresa Lopes, Claudia Lyrio, Marisa Florido and Talita tunal
Coordination: Osvaldo Centeno
Period: 7 a 23 of June
Visitation: from Monday to Friday: 09h to 6:00 pm – Saturdays: 09h to 1:00 pm
Entrance: free
Address: Solar Art Gallery – Rua Saint Roman, nº 146, Copacabana – Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
Phone: (21) 3202-6900


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