Posts Tagged 'Brazilian Art'


Milo Tchais @ FIFTY24 Gallery

Brazilian artist Milo Tchais has been catching an impressive level of media attention in the London art scene through his involvement in the Elephant Parade and the current The Big Egg Hunt. With a successful career running over the last


Vanitas Exhibition @ Sutton House

New exhibition from Brazilian artist Iluá Hauck da Silva (born in Campinas) at The National Trust’s Sutton House in the heart of East London.


V&A Friday Late: Hot Brazil

Ahead of carnival season comes V&A’s Friday Late: Hot Brazil on 27th January, celebrating the energy and ingenuity of Brazil through art, music, dance and plenty more from the likes of Paraíso School of Samba, Braziliality and João Brasil.


Lina & Gio: The Last Humanists

The Last Humanists will explore for the first time the relationship between two seminal figures in twentieth-century design, Lina Bo Bardi and Gio Ponti.


Stuck: Marie Mackay, Kiki Machado and Julia Miranda

London-based Brazilian artists Julia Miranda and Kiki Machado are joined by Marie Mackay for an exhibition showcasing their contrasting approaches to collage. Kiki’s compositions are harmonious, fresh and decorative; Julia is interested in juxtaposing beauty with humour; and Marie explores


Lygia Pape’s Magnetized Space

The first major exhibition from Lygia Pape – one of Brazil’s leading artists – in the UK. Magnetized Space brings together well-known and previously unseen works, spanning sculpture, performance, paintings, films, poems, engravings and collages from Pape.


Valéria Nascimento’s Botânica @ The Woolff Gallery

Following a hugely successful solo exhibition in 2009, Valéria Nascimento returns with Botânica at the Woolff Gallery. Valéria works with porcelain, creating sculptural installations that “resonate a flamboyant euphoric vitality and refreshing weightlessness that captures the essence of wild florae.”


Luiz Zerbini – Every Jetson Has A Flintstone Inside

Exhibition from Brazilian artist Luiz Zerbini in which he has created a number of dense landscapes through painting as well as using objects that he has accumulated during his career. Every Jetson Has A Flintstone Inside is his UK debut.

The Multiplicity of Brazil

Viviane Spena of the Cultural Institute Século Arte brings her fourth exhibition of Brazilian Art to Lauderdale House. Artists from the various regions of Brazil show their multiplicity and demonstrate their singular language.

Off peak, on the beat

Unlike the lyrics of the famous Gilberto Gil song (‘’Aquele Abraço), Rio de Janeiro is more than February and March. The Wonderful City is turning into a all-year entertainment hub that does not gravitate only around the summer months.