segunda-feira, 15 de outubro de 2018

VISUAL ARTS     
Zaida Siqueira Photography Yamandu Costa  
November 23  - December 23
Antonhy Horth Gallery 



More information: https://www.anthonyhorth.com/

Pessoa Festival  
November 16 - 17 
Columbia University and Mc Nally and Jackson 
 

The Festival



On November 16 and 17, 2018, we bring you a new literary festival that’s sure to become an instant classic on the New York literary scene. Check back in October for information on the inaugural Pessoa International Literary Festival, including celebrated writers from Portugal, Brazil, and the United States.
Confirmed guests include John Keene, Paul Beatty, Rivka Galchen, Leslie Jamison, Estévão Azevedo, Carol Rodrigues, Alexandre Vidal Porto, Isabel Lucas, Andy Tepper, Susan Bernofsky, and Eric M. B. Becker.

More information:  https://pessoa-festival.com/ 


IV International Choro Festival  
November 6   





" Two Irenes", by Fabio Meira  
November 5
Anthology Film Archives 
 



By chance, Brazilian teenager Irene (newcomer Priscila Bittencourt, in an assured performance) discovers that there is another 13-year-old Irene living in the same town. Curiously, she observes the confident, cheerful girl who lives alone with her mother. She is fascinated by this other world beyond the bounds of her own well-to-do and traditional family. This other Irene seems free. Soon the two girls, apparently so different from each other, are spending every day together, meeting up with boys in the cinema or going to the lake. When they start talking about their fathers, they notice that they have more in common than they had thought. Winner of the Best First Feature and Best Cinematography awards at the Guadalajara Film Festival, this debut feature by Fabio Meira is an exquisite mosaic that weaves a wonderfully delicate web around questions of identity, true friendship, and the first steps towards adulthood.



FUNDRAISING 
"Abrace o Brasil", promoted by Brazil Foundation 
August 27 - November  27




Exhibition 'Hasta Tepito", by Mano Penalva 
Presented by Annex B
August 24 - October 5 (by appointment)       
B[x] Gallery  




More information: https://bxspaces.com/events/


VISUAL ARTS  
Galeno  
September 20 - October 14
Pablo's Birthday   
Pablo’s Birthday presents the artist Galeno in collaboration with his Brazilian gallery Karla Osorio. This exhibition represents the artist’s first solo gallery show in the United States and brings together a consistent and mature production. 


 

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Juliana Leite   
September 13 - November 4
Arsenal Contemporary    






VISUAL ARTS  
Luiz Zerbini  
September 6 - October 13
Sikkena Jenkins & Co    




Sikkema Jenkins & Co. is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by Luiz Zerbini, on view at the gallery from September 6 through October 13, 2018. This is the artist’s second show at the gallery.
Luiz Zerbini is among Brazil’s most prominent living artists. His wide-ranging practice includes sculpture, collage, installation, prints, and even music compositions and sound pieces as a member of the noise band Chelpa Ferro, but he is best known for his colorful works on canvas which range from abstract paintings through to landscapes, cityscapes, and domestic scenes. 

VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition "Lusco-Fusco", by Patricia leite 

September 12 - October  27
Mendes Wood  



Patricia Leite’s exhibition lusco-fusco [last light of the day] presents a new body of painting inspired by momentary meetings of darkness and light. Inviting us to grasp the sensation of an object alight, Leite portrays light alive with vibration, at once optically tangible and sentimentally fleeting. 

Leite’s paintings are derived from ‘sketchbook’ of photographs, akin to a visual diary collected from various sources. These referential images present a point of departure for the tone and form of each painting. As Leite elaborates on the sentiment that inspired her to approach each scene, she freely abstracts and experiments to come to a playful somberness, where soft masses of color are seemingly suspended in nimble outlines of pointed light.   




VISUAL ARTS
Lygia Pape 
September 6 - October 20
Hauser & Wirth 



A founding member of Brazil’s Neo-Concrete movement, Lygia Pape (1927 – 2004) valued art that favored the primacy of the viewer and his or her sensorial experience. Pape explored rich territory via the media of sculpture, drawing, engraving, filmmaking, and installation, and cemented her reputation as one of the most significant Brazilian artists of her generation. On view from 6 September through 20 October at Hauser & Wirth New York, 69th Street, this exhibition marks the gallery’s first solo presentation of Pape’s work in the United States since announcing worldwide representation of Projeto Lygia Pape in 2016.  

 



Brazilab - Modern Brazilian Popular Music 
October Playlist online Mid-October 



Desde Nueva York, con un ojo puesto en la vanguardia y los oídos conectados con la tradición, aterriza un nuevo espacio en Radio Gladys Palmera. Un programa que viene a cumplir un sueño anhelado durante años: tener un conexión directa y sin escalas con las nuevas novedades discográficas que se están produciendo en Brasil. A los mandos del vuelo, Béco Dranoff, un experimentado piloto que hará del viaje, una travesía en clase VIP. Béco nació en Sao Paulo pero vive desde hace años en Nueva York, donde ha desarrollado una labor de activista cultural de la nueva escena musical brasileña. Entre su nómina de méritos, despunta el haber despegado la carrera de la gran Bebel Gilberto o haber llegado a puerto a decenas de artistas emergentes.  


VISUAL ARTS    
Exhibition "Golem", by Otavio Schipper 
October 13 - November 25
Shin Gallery  






Exhibition "Don't Turn off the Lights", by Nino Cais 
October 3 - November  3
Opening: October 3 @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Fridman Gallery  


More information: https://www.fridmangallery.com

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