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Bruna Shapira

Bruna Shapira is a researcher, writer, and arts manager based in New York City.

Flávio de Carvalho

Carvalho’s experiences were cultivated by his fascination with multiple fields of research, including psychoanalysis, ethnology, literature, and politics—“a source of mental turbulence” that he considered the foundation of artistic invention.

Between the Lines

Although the artists each cultivate highly personal, distinctive practices, they choose to challenge prevailing modes of art making through serial and conceptual approaches that often highlight the unspoken, the unseen, the unheard of—and that rely on the spectator.

TITAN

The new iteration is part of TITAN, an outdoor exhibition from kurimanzutto gallery in phone booths all located within a short stroll along 6th Avenue between West 51st and West 56th Streets, in Midtown Manhattan. The site, one of the main arteries of the city, was selected for its abundance of advertising and proximity to cultural and financial powerhouses—Radio City Music Hall, UBS, CIB, MoMA, and Peggy Guggenheim’s original gallery Art of This Century.

Hélio Oiticica: Dance in My Experience

New Yorkers who had an opportunity to see the exhibition Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium at the Whitney Museum in 2017 may have tried on his “Parangolés”—multilayered garments and capes made of fabric, plastic, or paper often bearing political slogans.

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The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2021

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