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SP-Arte

PAVILHãO CICCILLO MATARAZZO, São Paulo

Rochelle Costi, Residência – escada, 2010/15.
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Silas Marti

There is a clear spatial hierarchy at art fairs: modern and old master works on one side, contemporary on another. But this year’s SP-Arte, in its 11th iteration, inaugurated a new section called “Open Plan,” installing the most ambitious and large-scale works on the third floor of Oscar Niemeyer’s Bienal... continue reading
“How to Talk About Things that Don’t Exist”

31ST BIENAL DE SãO PAULO, São Paulo

View of "How to Talk About Things that Don’t Exist,” 31st Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo.
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Silas Marti

When British curator Charles Esche moved to São Paulo to orchestrate this year’s Bienal—alongside Galit Eilat and Oren Sagiv (from Israel) and Pablo Lafuente and Nuria Enguita Mayo (from Spain)—he stressed that this is a show anchored on the now, on the goings-on that are shaping the world as we... continue reading

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