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Adriana Varejão (Brazilian B. Tu as l’art et la manière de nous faire découvrir des artistes tous aussi différents les uns que les autres, chapeau Ingrid ! In the “Sauna” paintings Varejão uses precise geometry and a perfect control of light and … Born in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she continues to live and work, Adriana Varejão is a painter that draws upon the complex heritage of her country, its colonial past and its topography, as well as popular, religious and art historical imagery, while critiquing the creative process itself. Painted in 1995/1996. Born in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro, where she lives and works, Adriana Varejo is one of Brazil’s leading contemporary artists.
Tes 2 premières lignes d’accroche m’ont forcement attirée et au bout du compte ton étrange exposition est intéressante ! Inquire ADRIANA VAREJÃO. Are tiles purely aesthetic, delineating inside space?Adriana Varejão, The Guest (2004), Gagosian Beverly HillsIs their washable surface enough of a release into the world of flesh and blood, another form of Only blood on the bathroom floor, fleshy meat and viscera allude to the human body itself. Adriana Varejão (Brazilian B. What I will publish next will be much lighter, I promise It is almost lunch time and suddenly I am no longer hungry…Oh I am so sorry to have ruined your appetite and I thank you for reading and commenting. View Adriana Varejão’s 86 artworks on artnet. Adriana Varejão (Brazil, 1964) articulates the arts: painting, sculpture, photography or architecture with a contemporary baroque style. Her work is in the collections of Tate Modern, London; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; and, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, among others.The visually arresting work of Adriana Varejão draws on her heritage as an artist living and working in Brazil. Los Angeles, then, is the tailor-made location for “Interiors,” her first-ever West Coast show. Inquire ADRIANA VAREJÃO. In a similar way, by appropriating disparate references in her work, contemporary Brazilian artist Adriana Varejão endlessly folds the past upon the present, wrinkling the apparently smooth surface of grand narratives. ... including four works from the “Jerked-beef ruin” series and the monumental three-dimensional painting Folds. October 14, 2017 Canvases painted to look like the blue and white porcelain tiles introduced to Brazil during the colonial era are slashed to reveal a gruesome layer of raw flesh-like material. Incorporating both popular and art historical images and appropriating potent remnants of Brazil’s colonial past, she constructs sculptural paintings that often take the fragmented or eviscerated human body as their subject. Her works address charged subjects, including the body, religious ritual, cannibalism, mutiliation, and tatooing. We’ll keep our heads on our shoulders despite what lies beneath, around and under…As ever, don’t forget to share your reactions on these works: attractive, repulsive, what was your first reaction? Beneath a complex conceptual process lie principles such as identity, assimilation, anthropology, the body… stemming from her deep-rooted historical and cultural heritage.
Adriana Varejão (born 1964, Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian artist.She works in various disciplines including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and photography. Folds 2, 2003 Oil on wood and polyurethane on aluminum and wood support 94.49 x 90.55 x 15.75 inches 240 x 230 x 40 cm. or to a street cut off after an earthquake !Let us remain optimistic that the human being possesses the necessary resources or avoid suffering with what lies beneath, around and under…Agreed, it’s hard to stay indifferent to the works of both these artists. Blue Sauna, 2003 oil on canvas 76.77 x 114.17 inches 195 x 290 cm. !Analia Saban’s folded concrete pieces remind me of the Berlin wall I saw in the spring !!! Born in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro, where she lives and works, Adriana Varejo is one of Brazil’s leading contemporary artists. Folds 2, 2003 Oil on wood and polyurethane on aluminum and wood support 94.49 x 90.55 x 15.75 inches 240 x 230 x 40 cm. Ces deux artistes valent le coup d’être vues et observées de près, même si certaines pièces sont un peu déstabilisantes. All All pictures by Ingrid Westlake, unless otherwise stated.
?Yet many luminosities, colors and at the same time a closed universe !! It’s interesting because Adriana Varejão actually manages to not gross you out when you see her works in the flesh, so to speak The meaty aspect is very clearly exaggerated and looks fake so it is easier to bypass the repulsion to think about what she’s trying to say.Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.My blog is about my constant reinvention, also called living a full life as long as you are prepared to never stop looking. The comment box is all yours.Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
It’s about sharing an aesthetic love of life and how using art as a filter or prism enables me (and hopefully you!) 23/ago/2013 - Explore a pasta "Adriana Varejão" de Maria Cristina Pedroso Macedo, seguida por 1982 pessoas no Pinterest.