From October 18th, 2017 through April 19th, 2018 a selection of Paulo Bruscky's works will be on view at the Centre Georges Pompidou, in Paris. The artist participates in the project L'oeil écoute (The listening eye), which proposes reflections on modern art from the dialogue between works of the permanent collection and invited artists. In this edition, the project explores the relationships between art, music and poetry, drawing a parallel between the productions of artists such as Picasso and Brancusi and the music of Erik Satie and the Russian Ballets. In the areas dedicated to Bruscky, it will be exhibited fundamental works of visual and sound poetry, mail art and performance developed throughout his career. Some of these pieces will be incorporated to Pompidou's collection after the exhibition. Works like Poema Processo, 1970, and Silence - Homage to John Cage, 1993, also share the space with rare works by Vicente do Rego Monteiro.
The strong connection between the two artists is emphasized by the common experience of affirming one's own language and the desire for experimentation. When revisiting the works of the modern artist in the collection of the museum, Bruscky once again reestablishes the path between France and Brazil, done so often by Vicente do Rego Monteiro. In a unique opportunity, it is possible to see, side-by-side, the intelligent humor and the sensitive look that connects two important generations of Brazilian art to international artists of fundamental relevance in the history of art.
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The Brillembourg Capriles Collection is proud to announce the participation of artist Angela Bonadies in the exhibition "A Universal History of Infamy " Curated by Rita Gonzalez, José Luis Blondet and Pilar Tompkins Rivas.
...This exhibition engages 16 U.S. Latino and Latin American artists and collaborative teams working across a range of media—from installation and performance to drawing and video—challenging any notion of absoluteness with regard to what constitutes Latin America and its diaspora in the United States, the art that can be associated with it, and how to approach this complex region.
Most works on view are new projects that began during two-month residencies at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica. The exhibition spans three venues—an encyclopedic museum (LACMA), a school (Charles White Elementary School), and an artist residency complex (18th Street Arts Center)—offering different perspectives, approaches, and scales in each location.
Artists in the exhibition: Angela Bonadíes (Venezuela); Mariana Castillo Deball (Mexico/Germany); Carolina Caycedo (Colombia/Los Angeles); Josefina Guilisasti (Chile); Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj (Brazil/Denmark); Runo Lagomarsino (Argentina/Sweden); Fernanda Laguna (Argentina); Michael Linares (Puerto Rico); NuMu [Stefan Benchoam, Jessica Kairé] (Guatemala); MapaTeatro [Heidi Abderhalden, Rolf Abderhalden] (Colombia); Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa (Guatemala); Gala Porras-Kim (Colombia/Los Angeles); Vincent Ramos (Los Angeles); Oscar Santillán (Ecuador) Zinny and Maidagan (Argentina/Germany) and Carla Zaccagnini (Brazil/Sweden).
A Universal History of InfamyBCAM, Level 2
August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018
*from the Brillembourg Capriles Collection -not included at LACMA exhibition