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ArtRio 2013 SOLO Program



 



Curated by Julieta González and Pablo León de Barra, the third edition of ArtRio's SOLO program offered an interpretation of the 1959 work "Vision of Paradise: the edenic motives behind the discovery and colonization of Brazil," by the sociologist Sérgio Buarque de Hollanda. The 19 artists represented in the project, located at warehouse 2 at Pier Mauá, collectively represent the era of discovery and the related association of Brazil with the biblical Garden of Eden.






 



Participating artists and galleries include: Adriana Minoliti (Daniel Abate Galería, Buenos Aires), João Modé (A Gentil Carioca, RJ), Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (Mendes Wood), Eduardo Kac (DocumentArt Gallery, Buenos Aires), Erika Verzutti (Fortes Vilaça, SP), Hélio Melo (Galeria Pilar, São Paulo), Jean Pascal Flavien (Galerie Catherine Bastide, Bruxelas), Juan Araújo (Luisa Strina, SP), Laercio Redondo, Lothar Baumgarten (Marian Goodman Gallery, Nova York), Manuela Ribadeneira (Casa Triângulo, SP), Melanie Smith (Nara Roesler, SP), Pedro Barateiro (Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisboa), Raimond Chaves & Gilda Mantilla (Revolver Galeria, Lima), Ricardo Alcaide (Baró Galeria, São Paulo), Sergio Vega (Kabe, Miami), Sophie Nys (Emmanuel Hervé, Paris), Thomas Glassford (Sicardi Gallery, Houston), Ximena Garrido-Lecca (Garúa Galería, Lima).