The group exhibition "Singulars" with artists Helena Carvalhosa, Marcia Gadioli and Rogério Pinto will open on March 25th, 2015 (Wednesday), from 7pm at Casa Contemporânea in Vila Mariana, São Paulo.
Add these three artists in the same show is open possibilities for a greater number of people take contact with an exciting production and extreme inventiveness in languages such as painting and photography, where the profusion of artists and works seems to lead to a uniform production but also make room for a language that reappears with force that are the Helena ceramics.
Helena Carvalhosa show the restless and libertarian force of its production with paintings and ceramics. Marcia Gadioli uses photography to discuss urban change, globalization and the image status nowadays. Finally Rogério Pinto will bring the strangeness and humor in his paintings incorporating a little freshness seen in current production.
Often what is unique, what is unique, arises from unsuspected ways. The uniqueness of things does not happen in something supposedly new or aspiring to be unique. "Being natural, especially nowadays, is not an aspiration; is inherent to the artist who creates as breathing: naturally as if their existence depended on it, "says Marcelo Salles, Casa Contemporânea coordinator and show curator.
Lives and works in Sao Paulo. He graduated in Fine Arts on Faculdade Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) in 1977, and the School Brazil, between 1970-72. Attended painting courses (Paulo Pasta), at Tomie Ohtake Institute; Drawing and Painting at the New School of Arts in New York (USA). Held solo exhibitions at Gallery Paulo Prado, Gallery Alliance Francaise, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, SESC, all of them in São Paulo. Also held at Itaú Gallery in Goiânia (GO) and Casa de Cultura in São Carlos. Participated in group, as “A Grande Alegria” (2010), in Contemporary House, Sea Dragon (2010), in Fortaleza, "Pinhal do Alheamento (2007), the Brazilian House Museum, Castle Almoshof, Nurenberg, Germany, in 2005, “Fantasia Brasileira (1998), SESC Belenzinho, "Trip to India" (1997), SESC, both in São Paulo and “Escultura Lúdica” (1979), in Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP). Launched the book "Leisure" in 2010.
Lives and works. Bachelor of Visual Arts at Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo, in 2008. He created and directs, along with Marcelo Salles, Casa Contemporânea. She participated in several group shows, including: “Curto “Circuito” (2015), Pinacoteca Municipal de São Caetano do Sul / Prómemória Foundation; "The volatility of Principle" (2013), in Galeria Smith; “Autoserviço de Livros sobrelivros" (2010), at the Fair Art Print - Tijuana, Galeria Vermelho and “Espaço do Olhar” (2008), in Tomie Ohtake Institute (ITO). Held individual "Impermanências" (2013), the Belvedere Gallery (Paraty).
Lives and works in Sao Paulo. Has his work accompanied by the curator Marcelo Salles. Post graduate in Design and Printing Technology from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi (2004). Participated in the monotype courses (2005), Dudi Maria Rosa, and painting (2006-2009), taught by Paulo Pasta. Held two solo exhibitions at tCasa Contemporânea in 2013 and 2010. Selected for the 46th Salão de Arte Contemporânea de Piracicaba, in 2014, and Museu de Arte Moderna da Bahia (MAM-BA) in 2007.
About Casa Contemporânea
Multidisciplinary space, directed by Marcelo Salles and Marcia Gadioli, which conducts exhibitions, meetings and debates on art, architecture, urban planning, fashion, theater and related matters; gallery for contemporary art exhibitions and marketing. A house that welcomes new artists with interest and production in contemporary art and related fields.
All images: Courtesy of Casa Contemporânea