The spectrum of Brazilian art

It would in no way be easy to identify when it all began, but the fact is that Brazilian art has departed from traditional roots, and established itself firmly in what’s been called World Art.In  no way does this mean that features, colours and landscapes of Brazil will cease to serve as inspiration; they still play a pivotal role, as we will see this month in the work of Julia Miranda, Bruno 9li, Talita Hoffmann and even American artist Steve Miller, the works of which hail the meticulous, the urban, and at times scientific study when compared to movements such as 1920s Modernism. Cue new realms, new approaches, and artists crossing their national borders. JD

For more details on each exhibition, simply click on the titles below:

Steve Miller: Health of the Planet
15th April – 8th May, FREE
Gallery Maya, 28 Chepstow Corner – W2 4XE
www.gallerymaya.co.uk
www.stevemiller.com

Julia Miranda: Air Show
31st March – 1st May, FREE
The Original Gallery, Crouch End – N8 9JA
www.juliamiranda.co.uk

Bruno 9li @ The Rag Factory
30th April – 3rd May, 12pm-7pm, FREE
The Rag Factory, Heneage Street – E1 5LJ
www.lavacollective.com

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