Sunday, October 14, 2012

Museum brings an exhibition of famous Brazilian writer: Fernanda Young

The bride says YES
This project called "A Louca Debaixo do Branco" was conceived by Fernanda Young as a book-installation. The exhibition investigates the construction of a myth about love through the personification of a bride, the central character of her brand new novel. It's the tenth of her career.

The exhibition is hosted at the MIS (Museu da Imagem e do Som) and uses the figure of the bride to research about love. According to the author, "Only in love we are all the same. We are the same when we love, when we are abandoned, when we suffer, when we suspect we are giving up of love. "Dressed as a bride, Fernanda Young appears in images depicting pain, love, dislike and love of someone else.

"A Louca Debaixo do Branco" (The Mad Under the White) presents Fernanda's private collections, as well as texts, poems, embroidery, daily interaction between the public and the author via internet, videos, and much more.

About Fernanda Young
Fernanda is a writer, screenwriter and presenter. She is married, has 4 children and loves to write romances. It doesn't matter if are scripts, screenplays for TV or books, her subjects always revolve around romantic relationships.

What: A Louca Debaixo do Branco
Where: MIS, Avenida Europa, 158
When: October 3rd to November 18th. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from midday till 9 pm; Thursdays and Fridays, from midday till 8 pm; Sundays and Holidays, from 11 am till 7 pm.
Price: R$ 4 (Students pay half)

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