One of the attractions of programming of reopening of Gibiteca de Curitiba in a new space at Solar do Barão was the presence of the Group of designers Urban Sketchers, I took the opportunity to capture their impressions of the place. The drawings produced that night are part of the exhibition "Urban Sketchers draw the Gibiteca", that will open on Monday (16), at 19h, and will be on display until 10 July.
"Graphic records made on the night of reopening of Gibiteca contain the stroke and vision of each sketcher. Some prefer to register the internal scenes, the joy of so many cool people, other concentrating on elegant facade of the Manor of Baron, but all happy to participate in a moment so special ", says Simon Taylor Illustrator, one of the coordinators of the Group.
Also expose your drawings José Aguiar, Fulvio Pacheco, Mikhael Luitgy Araújo Gusso, Diego Marlene, Livia Albuquerque, Sakio Petrus Martins de Oliveira, Chris Avila Caesar, Francis Iwamura, Sueli Bmp, Maristela Rao, Aurea Chu, Clau Guimarães, Marillyn Dalvi, Maristela Comparsi and Louise Macdonald.
Urban Sketchers – Urban Sketchers is the term used to define the designer of note that is always by registering your daily life – the city, the landscapes, people – with rapid drawings and paintings, made on the spot. With sketchbooks, blocks or single-sheet always at hand, These artists capture strokes and stains everything that arouse interest.
The Group Urban Sketchers Curitiba is part of an international community that brings together people from around the world interested in produce and share their designs rental. This global community includes painters, architects, journalists, advertisers, illustrators, designers and educators, that publish their web designs, sharing also the narrative and the circumstances in which they were made.
|Exhibition "Urban Sketchers draw the Gibiteca de Curitiba"|
|Local: Gibiteca de Curitiba-Solar do Barão (S. Carlos Cavalcanti, 533)|
|Date and time: from 16 de Mayo (Opening 19h) to 10 th July 2016. From Tuesday to Friday, the 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm; Saturdays, from 14h to 18h.|