Monday, December 21, 2009

Project of art, inspired by a Russian style, brings the best of some Brazilian artists. Check it out

Kit de Matrioskas "Sangue de Peixe" (R$ 900)
Since early December, the public could get close to the variety of features, colors and techniques of some of the most important Brazilian illustrators working in the advertising and editorial segment. Called Magioska, the exhibition shows some illustrations and objects inspired by Matrioshkas (traditional Russian dolls).

This is the first exhibition with the participation of artists from the online gallery Magenta, created and ruled by the artist Fernanda Guedes. The intention of the Magenta is to promote the work of a select group of representatives of the contemporary art scenery, all with a different style, such as: Fernanda Guedes, Hiro Kawahara, Carlo Giovani, Leo Gibran, Samuel Casal, Zé Otávio e Fernando Chamarelli.

On the exhibition it's possible to buy original art works, prints, serigraphs, digital prints, Giclees and a mix of products with options for all pockets.

Where: Livraria POP, Rua Dr. Virgílio de Carvalho Pinto, 297 — Pinheiros — São Paulo
When: Monday to Friday, from 11am till 8pm; Saturday, from 11am till 6pm. Ends on January 9th.
Website: (there is an English version).

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