56th Biennale di Venezia: Pavilion of Brazil

The selection of artists featured in the Pavilion of Brazil at the 56th International Art Exhibition– La Biennale di Venezia is based on the main criteria of the relevance of their poetics in the contemporary arts scene and, at the same time, their place in the history, not just of art, but of Brazil's conflicted society. The title of the exhibition, “So much that it doesn't fit here” was inspired by the signs seen in demonstrations which took place in Brazil's capital cities in June of 2013. Direct contact with the streets is also something shared by the three artists selected by the curator Luiz Camillo Osorio and deputy curator Cauê Alves.

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Artists and Artworks

Antonio Manuel  • Semi-O(p)tics, 1975 / Nave, 2013 / Occupations/Discoveries, 1998 / Until the Image Disappears, 2013
André Komatsu • Status Quo, 2015 / The State of Things 2 (Three Powers), 2011 
Berna Reale • American, 2013

Giardini Castello, Padiglione Brasile, 30122 Venice, Italy
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