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Exhibitions at The Venice Biennale - BRAZIL

Venice Biennale - BRIT

The Venice Biennale - BRAZIL
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39-41-


www.bienal.org.br/

Jonathas de Andrade

With the heart coming out of the mouth

With the heart coming out of the mouth

com o coração saindo pela boca

– 27 Nov 2022
The entrance is through an ear. The exit through the other. Between them, a warm back emerges from a wall and an eye, on the floor, sparkles from time to time. A little further on, hands in the fire, a foot stomping on a jackfruit, a head of wind, a bitten, severed tongue…

Jonathas de Andrade’s installation Com o coração saindo pela boca (With the Heart Coming Out of the Mouth), Brazil’s presentation at the 59th International Venice Biennale, suggests that the path towards “repre… more

Venice Biennale - BRIT

The Venice Biennale - Brazilian Pavilion
Giardini Castello
30124 Venezia

+39-41-


www.bienal.org.br/

Swinguerra

Swinguerra

– 24 Nov 2019
For the official representation of Brazil at the 58th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Wagner & de Burca are presenting an installation around a new film commissioned for the occasion. The show is curated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and produced by the Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Citizenship.

Between May and December 2019, the two rooms of the Brazilian Pavilion in Venice will be transformed… more

Venice Biennale - BRIT

The Venice Biennale - Brazilian Pavilion
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39-41-


www.bienal.org.br/

So much that it doesn't fit here

So much that it doesn't fit here

André Komatsu

– 22 Nov 2015
The selection of artists featured in the Pavilion of Brazil at the 56th International Art Exhibition– La Biennale di Venezia is based on the main criteria of the relevance of their poetics in the contemporary arts scene and, at the same time, their place in the history, not just of art, but of Brazil's conflicted society. Responsible for the conception of Brazilian pavilion, curator Luiz Camillo Osorio and deputy curator Cauê Alves agreed to present pieces by artists Antonio Man… more