Composed by 25 work in different techniques, "NDÚSTRIA" presents the research of the artist about the industry and communication in modern society, in works that explore the graphics and symbols and logos dessignificação
The Verve Galeria displays "NDÚSTRIA”, visual artist Guilherme Callegari. Curated by Eduarda Freire and critical text Juliana Muniz, the individual artist in the first gallery features 25 paintings – oil, acrylic, oily chalk, coal, ballpoint pen and colored pencil on canvas -, that address the artist's vision about the industry and communication in modern society, supported in their daily work and an extensive research on the graphic design.
The set of letters "NDÚSTRIA”, by which the new show titles Verve Galeria, It was designed by Guilherme Callegari only as a symbol that identifies the exhibition. The word itself is consistent with the title of some of the paintings exhibited. With this abstraction, the artist seeks to draw attention only to the drawings and the sound they pass.
The production Guilherme Callegari arises from a daily work, its practical relationship with painting. The automotive industry and communication comes your search permeable to the selection of colors, elements and symbols – exploring the graphics and dessignificação. About the artist's work, the painter Rodolpho Parigi has written: “The colors of William Callegari are industrial and plastic nature, It is not a palette of landscapes or even a meat painter. His palette is a professional printer or even a bureau silk screen […] William works as a machine, but his paintings have features and characteristics of masterpiece, no sense of unique work. The passages are defined as in Design, bringing more graphic information. Even when the artist mixes his elements, always a well-defined edge that differentiates. Everything is solid and flat. The meeting of colors happens most often by intersection and not melt. This reminds us of pantones generated by Photoshop or the wall paint shops.”
Without necessarily having a narrative character, the works presented by Guilherme Callegari cover elements derived from the graphic design universe – like typography and calligraphy -, but depleted of semantic meanings or symbolic, used as forms in the composition of his works. In Douglas de Freitas of sayings, about the artist's work: “In Callegari paintings there is no error, either no correction to be made. What exists is the search for a composition solution needs, without ever completely erase what was done, never reset what has been accomplished, even though it apparently did not make more sense in the way that the painting took. It is annular with an X that has more effect, because it lost sense in compositional artist set, making this errata part of the solution "right" of his painting. […] These are the devices that Callegari put his hand in the realization of his paintings. There is no rule or need materials, the work takes place in the accumulation and overlapping of these different elements and materials, coal, acrylic, synthetic enamel, crayons, resin, among many other”.
As defined curator Eduarda Freire: “Between a raised suspicion about the interpretative possibility of mystic sigils, international character or randomness, the artist convinced that there is a powerful space, now filled, between an informative poster and a painting. Obeys the desired visual perfection established by design, while evading the operation of the communication and media production in the simple admission of free artistic production”.
|Artist: Guilherme Callegari|
|Curated By: Eduarda Freire|
|critical text: Juliana Muniz|
|Coordination: Allann Seabra and Ian Duarte Lucas|
|Opening: 11 th July 2019, Thursday, at 19h|
|Period: 12 from July to 17 August 2019|
|Local: Verve Galeria – www.vervegaleria.com|
|Address: street Lisbon, 285 – Jardim Paulista, São Paulo - SP|
|Phone: (11) 2737-1249|
|Timetables: Tuesday to Friday, from 11 at 19h / Saturday, from 11 às 17h|
|Number of works: 25|
|Technique: Oil painting, acrylic, oily chalk, coal, ballpoint pen and colored pencil on canvas|
|Prices: Upon request|
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Was born in 198 in Santo André, where he lives and works. He graduated in Graphic Design with an emphasis on typography in 2011. His work deals with issues of Graphic Design / Communication and painting. After his training, the artist leaves contaminated by their research in graphic design in college and now takes on this theme as a research subject in his painting. Callegari has won awards in Praia Grande halls and Santo André, He participated in group exhibitions at Galeria Baró, Zipper Gallery and twin in New Home Contemporary Art and Culture. His works are part of collections in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Peru and the Netherlands. Integra Public Collections: MAR – Art Museum of Rio, House look Luiz Sacilotto (Santo André – SP), Palace of Arts (Big beach – SP).
The Verve is a contemporary art gallery founded in São Paulo, in 2013. In their spaces, is headed by visual artist Allann Seabra and Ian Lucas Duarte Architect, and moves through different means and languages. Born of enthusiasm and inspiration that animate the spirit of artistic creation, Verve Gallery is home to different platforms of contemporary experimentation. The eloquence and subtlety that characterize its name are also present in the careful selection of artists and exhibition projects. Understanding that artistic languages are continuous processes and complementary, It is new talent and established professionals who freely move between painting, photography, sculpture, video, site in situ, site-specific, engraving and street art. The gallery occupies a century-old house, and the diversity of its exhibition spaces emerge curatorial possibilities that go beyond the traditional format “white cube”. To open up to the street, establish open dialogue with the built heritage of São Paulo, fulfilling the integrative function between art, the public and the city. Seeks to go beyond the direct sale of art, promoting regular shows, lectures and workshops, and exchanges and partnerships with artists and galleries in Brazil and abroad.