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Naura Timm presents the exhibition “Archetypal Brasilia”

Naura Timm presents the exhibition “Archetypal Brasilia” with works that are based on archetypes inspired by the historical clippings of Brasília.

The show brings the ever-present existential proposal in the art of Naura Timm, curated by Tartaglia Arte, at Centro Cultural Correios RJ.




Visual artist Naura Timm presents the exhibition “Archetypal Brasilia”, bringing works that are based on archetypes – ideas as models originating from all existing things -, based on the historical outline of Brasilia. The pieces show archetypes that represent the instinct perceived by the senses and with their own personality..

In the words of Regina Nobrez, curator of the show alongside Riccardo Tartaglia, “his works are about archetypes in unconscious projections, mainly formed by elements that report what Jung (Carl Gustav Jung psychoanalist, anthropologist, philosopher) called shadows. This theory will be used in an attempt to explain the origin of the archetypal forms seen in some buildings in Brasilia., analyzing results of shadow casts, in the definitions of spatialities, taking as an example the historical outline of Brasilia. A place as an individual who can manifest several archetypes in their personality but usually one of them is predominant, and Brasilia develops potentialities and the pursuit of knowledge and the practice of self-reflection, that the artist tries to convey in her works… and in his magical art in Brasilia.”




The exhibition “Archetypal Brasilia” can be visited from 01 th December 2022 to 28 January 2023, at Centro Cultural Correios RJ, 2º andar – salas B e C, curated by Tartaglia Arte.

In the words of Naura Timm

“My work is a confrontation with my existential proposal, walks along with everything I have accomplished within the Art.

I abstain, However, to consider what the result itself represents, since, I dwelled exhaustively on the research of “Artistic Pleasure” within my own life.



Considering what I got, anyway, the existential reason in front of everything that I propose – to continue the realization of what I undertook a long time ago… the heart, to “Art of the Heart”, – beat in universal and artistic rhythm, the energy of walking, create, produce in a loving rhythm – feeling as the universal basis of the World, the consistency that represents the human archetype in the face of the journey that I managed to materialize in colors and poetry through the vibratory resonance that feeling is in the Art that I capture through the antennas that I have – my Body – my possible sensitivity as a being.

My resume materialized through many wanderings, and, a full trunk, unprecedented, of what I captured energetically from several countries in America, Europe, East and Africa – my psyche, my confrontation through my own human coordination, the possible that each man develops through the wall of his conditionings… what I released – the greatness of growing and positioning myself at an increasing pace as a being, woman, artist.

What I propose – to open this chest, to show the possible meaning of Art in the psyche of humanity – the moon – its hidden side – the female archetype, the everything, the embryo. Art is an unequivocal center of human growth and possibilities.”

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About Naura Timm

Noura Timm (1941), painter,  label and designer, was born in São Pedro do Sul, RS, in 1941. He studied at the UFSM Arts Center in 1967 to 1969. In 1973, Studied at the School of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro. Em 1974/1975, studied lithography at the Institute of Fine Arts, RJ. During the decade of 70, exhibited several times in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. In 1977, participated in the exhibition Seis Artistas Goianos in Rome, Milan and Genoa (Italy), and Paris (France).

During a decade of 80, participated in several exhibitions in Mexico, such as the group show at the Museum of Modern Art in Guadalajara, in addition to an individual exhibition at the Museu de la Ciudad de México. In the same period, he participated in the 3rd National Salon of Plastic Arts at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro and in the Itinerary Exhibition 1, an itinerant exhibition of plastic artists from Brasilia, São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Florianópolis, Joinville, Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.

He also lived in Goiânia, GO, 1967/1969, Santa Maria, RS, 1973/ 1975, in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1977, and currently in Brasilia, DF. He published the books Echoes of America, Northeast Brazil and The Shrink Tarot.

The artist lived 12  years in mexico, where he held and participated in many itinerant individual and collective exhibitions. He was also present in many itinerant collective exhibitions in Europe. Currently, is on display at the Cochos Museum, in Portugal, with the exhibition“Brasilia Open Museum.”

SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 1976 – Goiania GO – Individual, at Casa Grande Gallery 1979 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at Vasp Gallery 1980 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Parnassus Gallery 1980 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Individual, no National Polytechnic Institute1980 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Individual, no Museum of Mexico City 1980 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Parnassus Gallery 1981 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at Galeria Parnaso1981 – Guadalajara (Mexico) – Individual, not Museum of Modern Art 1981 – Porto Alegre RS – Individual, not margs1982 – Brasilia DF – Individual, in Gallery B of the Cultural Foundation of the Federal District 1982 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Institute of Hispanic Culture1983 Brasília DF – Individual, not National Theater 1983 – Goiania GO – Individual, at the Municipal Palace of Culture1983 – Santa Maria RS – Individual, at the UFSM Arts and Letters Center Gallery1984 – – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Contemporary Art Gallery 1985 Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Contemporary Art Gallery 1985 – Brasilia DF – Individual, in the Ground Floor Gallery of the Hotel Nacional1985 – Mexico – Solo at the French Institute of Latin America1985 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at Performance Art Gallery 1985 – Cuanhtemoc (Mexico) – Solo at Teatro Cuanhtêmoc1985 – Goiania GO – Individual, at the Multi Arte Gallery1985 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Individual, at Galeria Ibeu Copacabana1986 – Mexico – Solo at the Casa de La Paz Gallery1986 – Brasilia DF – Individual, and Galeria de Arte Sandiz1986 – Florianopolis SC – Individual, at the Museum of Art of Santa Catarina1986 – Oaxaca (Mexico) – Individual, not Atelier Rufino Tamayo1987 – Mexico – Solo at the Centro de Estudos Brasileños1987 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Tamayo 1987 – Mexico – Solo at the Centro de Estudos Brasileños1987 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Individual, at the French Institute of Latin America 1988 – Brasilia DF – Individual, and Galeria de Arte Sandiz1989 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Contemporary Art Gallery Brasilia 1990 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the National Theater of Brasilia 1991 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the National Theater of Brasilia 1992 – Goiania GO – Individual, at the Museum of Art 1993 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Institute of Hispanic Culture1994 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Embassy of Mexico1994 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Institute of Hispanic Culture1995 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Museum of Art of Brasilia1995 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the Cultural Foundation of the Federal District1995 – Brasilia DF – Individual, at the National Theater of Brasilia 1995 – Goiania GO – Individual, at the Museum of Art 1998 – Brasilia DF – The Supper of the Landless, no atelier da artista1999 – Brasilia DF – love and ecstasy, no atelier da artista1999 – Brasilia DF – Adam and Eve in the Central Plateau, no atelier da artista1999 – Brasilia DF – Homage to the Hands or Crystal Balls, no atelier da artista1999 – Brasilia DF – Passion versus Compassion, no atelier da artista2000 – Brasilia DF – The Heart painting, at the gallery Rubem Valentim2001 São Paulo SP – Individual, at Funarte

GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 1970 – Santa Maria RS – Collective, at UFSM – Award 1973 Belo Horizonte MG – 6º National Salon of Contemporary Art1973 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – 22º –  National Hall of Modern Art, at the Center for Contemporary Arts 1974 – Curitiba PR – 30º Paranaense Salon, at Teatro Guaíra1975 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – 24º National Salon of Modern Art1975 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Collective, at the Center for Contemporary Arts1975 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – IBA1975 Anniversary Commemorative Exhibition – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – New Values, not Brazil Institute – United States 1976 – Goiania GO – 1º Business Hall of Plastic Arts of Goiás1976 – Goiania GO – 3º Hall of Caixa Econômica of the State of Goiás – premiada1976 – Sao Paulo-SP – National Biennial 76, at the Biennial Foundation 1976 – Sao Paulo-SP – 7º Salão Paulista de Arte Contemporânea, at the Paço das Artes 1977 – Genoa (Italy) – Six Artists from Goiás, at the Contemporary1977 gallery – Goiania GO – 21977 Art Fair – Milan (Italy) – Six Artists from Goiás, at the Brazilian Consulate1977 – Paris (France) – Six Artists from Goiás, the Debret Gallery 1977 – Rome (Italy) – Six Artists from Goiás, at Casa do Brasil1978 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – 1º National Salon of Plastic Arts , at the Palace of Culture 1978 – São Paulo – Fantastic Art Salon, at the Museum of Image and Sound1979 – Bethlehem PA – Rainbow Project1979 – Brasilia DF – 2º Art Document of the Center- West – premiada1979 – Brasilia DF – Drawing and Engraving Hall of the Center- West – Acquisition Award and Honorary Award1979 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – 2º National Salon of Visual Arts, no MAM/ RJ1979 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Rainbow Project1979 – Sao Paulo-SP – New Paths of Fantastic Art, at the Paço das Artes 1979 – Vitória ES – Rainbow Project1980 – CE Fortaleza – Ceará Hall – premiada1980 – Guadalajara (Mexico) – Brazil Week 1980 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – 3º National Salon of Plastic Arts, in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes 1980 – Sinaloa (Mexico) – Collective, at the Museum of Modern Art in Sinaloa1981 – Brasilia DF – Opening press conference, na Galeria Oscar Seraphico1981 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Exhibits with José Zuniga, not Modern Art Center 1982 – Brasilia DF – autumn collective, na Galeria Oscar Seraphico1982 – Brasilia DF – Summer Collective, na Galeria Oscar Seraphico1982 – Goiania GO – Collective, at the Cultural Palace1983 – Mexico City (Mexico) – Expose with F. The . Badillo , at the Autonomous University of Mexico 1984 – (Mexico) – Contemporary Artists, na The Metropolitan Gallery 1984 – Belo Horizonte MG – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, in the Palace of Arts 1984 – Brasilia DF – Armindo Leal, Gilberto Melo, Glênio Bianchetti, Ivanir Vianna, Hit Watson, Marlene Godoy, Marquês de Sá, Minnie Sardine, Noura Timm, Wilma Lacerda at the Convention Center – cultural diffusion sector.1984 – Brasilia DF – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, at the Cultural Foundation of the Federal District1984 – Florianopolis SC – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, at the Museum of Art of Santa Catarina1984 – guernavaca (Mexico) – Inauguration Collective, on Gallery Yunuen1984 – Joinville SC – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, at the Art Museum of Joinville1984 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, no MNBA1984 – Sao Paulo-SP – Itinerary 1: Itinerant Exhibition of Visual Artists from Brasilia, at the Brazilian House Museum1989 – Mexico – Collective, at Lake House1989 – Mexico – Exhibition in honor of Antoni Ribeiro, at Main Gallery1993 – Brasilia DF – Collective, at the Colombian Embassy1994 – Brasilia DF – AUCTION, at the Spanish Embassy1994 – Versailles (France) – Collective, at the Palace of Versailles1996 – Brasilia DF – Water Collective, at the Cultural Space of 508 sul1996 – Brasilia DF – Frida Kahlo portrait, at the Cultural Space of 508 sul1996 – s.l. – Collective at the Embassy of Kuwait1997 – Brasilia DF – Collective at the Embassy of Trinidad Tobago1998 – Brasilia DF – Memories of Garcia Lorca, at the Cultural Space of 508 sul1998 – s.l. – Collective, at Brazil Interior Gallery

HONORS/TITLES/AWARDS –  Tiocô Plastic Arts Award

SCHOOLS/MOVEMENTS Figurative: Magical realism

About Tartaglia Arte

Tartaglia Arte was founded in 1950 as a painting studio by artist Piero Tartaglia, then known as Piery. after a few years, created a point of reference and cultural meeting with other artists and young talents where, under the guidance of the Master, developed their personal style.

Tartaglia's overwhelming passion for pictorial expression with bursts of pure color and violent contrasts that make the canvas come alive, gave life to the School of Disgregationism. He later founded the Galleries, for permanent exhibition of their work and those of their students, and that today are directed by his son Riccardo.

The love for art and a broad cultural vision are the peculiarities of this great artist., and represent their moral and spiritual heritage. Heritage that continues to be represented by Riccardo Tartaglia, who works with the same seriousness and tenacity in the propagation of art, through international exhibitions and events.

But all with the signature of Riccardo Tartaglia and Regina Nobrez (Member of the Academy of Fine Arts of Rio de Janeiro and Cultural Ambassador with Honoris Causa, by the Legislative Assembly of Santa Catarina – Honor of the Art of Florianopolis), which confers a certificate of credibility and creative sensitivity.

WebSite: tartagliaarte.org

Instagram: @riccardotartaglia @reginanobreztartaglia @tartagliaarte

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Exhibition: “Archetypal Brasilia”
Artist: Noura Timm
Instagram: @nauratimm
Curated By: Riccardo Tartaglia and Regina Nobrez
Instagram: @riccardotartaglia @reginanobreztartaglia
Opening: 01 th December 2022 at 4:00 pm
Visitation: 01 th December 2022 the 28th of january 2023
Realization: Tartaglia Art and Cultural Center Correios RJ
WebSite: www.tartagliaarte.org
Press Office: Paula Ramagem
Instagram: @_paula_r_soares
Local: Cultural Center Correios RJ –  2º andar – Salas B e C
Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 20 – Center – RJ
Tel: (21) 2253-1580
Tuesday to Saturday, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm
Entrance: free
Rating: free

How to get there: subway (get off at Uruguaiana station, Exit towards Rua da Alfândega); bus (jump at points near Rua Primeiro de Março, from Praça XV or Candelária); boats (Terminal Praça XV); VLT (jump on ave. Rio Branco/Uruguaiana or Praça XV); trem (get off at Central station and take the tram to AV. Rio Branco / Uruguaiana).
Information: (21) 2253-1580 / E-mail: centroculturalrj@correios.com.br

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