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Gallery: Luciana Brito Galeria

Art fair: ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2019

Artists: Geraldo de Barros, Augusto de Campos

Established in 1997, Luciana Brito Galeria has performed a pivotal role in the consolidation\nof the local art market, and has been one of the pioneering Brazilian galleries at leading art\nfairs. Since 1998, the gallery has participated in fairs such as Art Basel, Miami Basel, Frieze, ARCO, FIAC, Armory, SP-Arte, and ArtRio.

\nThe gallery plays an important two-way role, both disseminating the Brazilian art worldwide and promoting locally the work of globally relevant artists: as Brazilian representative of Marina Abramović, Alex Katz, Anthony McCall, Allan McCollum, Leandro Erlich a... more >>
Established in 1997, Luciana Brito Galeria has performed a pivotal role in the consolidation\nof the local art market, and has been one of the pioneering Brazilian galleries at leading art\nfairs. Since 1998, the gallery has participated in fairs such as Art Basel, Miami Basel, Frieze, ARCO, FIAC, Armory, SP-Arte, and ArtRio.

\nThe gallery plays an important two-way role, both disseminating the Brazilian art worldwide and promoting locally the work of globally relevant artists: as Brazilian representative of Marina Abramović, Alex Katz, Anthony McCall, Allan McCollum, Leandro Erlich and Liliana Porter, the gallery was responsible for the first solo show of those artists in Brazil or Latin America.\nLuciana Brito Galeria’s cast comprehends both emerging as established artists. Therefore, the gallery invests in intensive international fostering of institutional projects both of its artists in full activity, such as Regina Silveira, Caio Reisewitz, Héctor Zamora, Tiago Tebet amd Rafael Carneiro and of the highly important artistic legacies of Geraldo de Barros, Waldemar Cordeiro and Thomaz Farkas.\nSince April 3rd, 2016, the gallery occupies a listed modernist house at Jardim Europa projected by historic architect Rino Levi (São Paulo, 1901 — Bahia, 1965) and with landscape design by Roberto Burle Marx (São Paulo, 1909 – Rio de Janeiro, 1994). In it's new venue, the gallery starts a project in which the modernist architectural heritage integrate contemporary visual production searching new ways of perceiving and showing art, retaking the modernist precepts of integration between art and life


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