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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Realist Segall














The exhibition Realist Segall is based on Mário de Andrade’s affirmation that segallist production is the biggest proof that artists linked to European vanguards had left experimentalism to return to realism. The 150 pieces in show are under Tadeu Chiarelli – one of the main specialists in Brazilian modern art – curatorship. Expressive part of the exhibition is composed by significant works from Lasar Segall Museum / IPHAN collection, besides works of cultural institutions and private collectors. The visitors can also see some sculptures.

The show does not try to exhibit Lasar Segall works as the recurring fitting of historical expressionism but to see it inside the complex scene of Brazilian and international painting during the period between world wars. In the period that the artist work reached ripening, influences coming from the most varied stylistics sources assumed as a common denominator in maintenance of apparent real. In show the public might watch as Segall goes through this line common to many fundamental artists in the period, always trying to find an proper articulation in this obligation with reality.

Centro Cultural Fiesp
Paulista Avenue, 1313
Mon. from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. From Tue. to Sat. from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and sun. from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. till March 16th.
Free entrance.

Gilberto Freyre - Brazil's Interpreter














Museu da Língua Portuguesa (Portuguese Language Museum) is now showing Gilberto Freyre – Brazil’s Interpreter. The exhibition shows to public various faces and the creative process of the writer and political scientist. Gilberto Freyre was born in 1900, in Recife city, and died 20 years ago. He is considered one of the most important Brazilian writers. It is a great opportunity for younger public to know his amazing work. The exhibition was realized by Secretary of Culture of São Paulo State, Museu da Língua Portuguesa and Instituto Brasil Leitor and had Fundação Gilberto Freyre support.

Museu da Língua Portuguesa
Luz Square, 01
From Tue. to Sun. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. till May 4fh.
R$ 4 per person. Free on Saturdays and to people younger then 10 or older then 60.

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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