Brazil: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Agosto - Outubro de 2003. duo tone and color plates, frontis., diag., cat., filmography, bibl., illus. endpapers, color wrps. together in paper slipcase. Item #74015
A multidisciplinary exhibition of contemporary artists that discuss and reinterpret the work of Arthur Bispo do Rosario (b. Brazil 1909-1989), a schizophrenic and an artist who spent 5 decades in asylums and whose oeuvre was rediscovered in the 1980s. The articles and art do not necessarily focus directly on Bispo do Rosáario, nor is their approach necessarily situated under the sign of madness. The many varied points of view come from different areas of knowledge, such as philosophy , science and their relations with aesthetics, politics and semiotics. All, however, in some way attempt to touch on crucial aspects. His art such as creative work and its consequences. These pieces may be divided into two groups: one based on concepts of ordination or vertigo, the other involves the actual oeuvre or life of Bispo do Rosário. The event involved visual arts, cinema, photography, installations, performance art. All works were presented for the first time. ENGLISH AND PORTUGUESE TEXT.