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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Traveler Tarsila














The exhibition Traveler Tarsila is the artist first individual exposition in Pinacoteca. Tasila do Amaral inspired Anthropophagic Manifest, of Oswald de Andrade, when presented him Abaporu painting. The Manifest commemorates 80 years old and Tarsila was not fixed only at this piece or this movement.

Third six pieces and more than a hundred drawings are in the exhibition under Regina Teixeira de Barros curatory. The event is divided in six parts: years in formation, modernists essays, “discovery” of Brazil, Middle East trip, magic Brazil and Sovietic Union trip.

The show intends to reveal new approaches of Tarsila’s artistic expression through travels she made in Brazil and abroad searching for influence and inspiration she needed to construct her visual repertory.

Pinacoteca
Luz Square, 2
From Tue. to Sun. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. till March 16th.
R$ 4 per person. Free on Saturdays.

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