Zurich: Daros-Latinamerica AG, June 9, 2006 - October 15, 2006. b/w an color plates, ports., facs., cat., bio/chron., bibl., cloth embossed boards. Item #83365
Collective exhibition featuring 3 contemporary Brazilian artists, that although different in their artistic expressions, represent the new generation of Brazilian artists. Artist Meireles (b. Rio de Janeiro 1948) expresses in his installation Missaõ/Missões (How to built a Cathedral) the concepts of treasure collection and richness using coins, bones and communion wafers as symbols. Neto's (b. Rio de Janeiro 1964) installation "Globiobabel nudelioname landmoonaia" is a biomorphic world made out using lycra tulle, styrofoam balls and sand and Soares's (b. Belo Horizonte 1957) minimalist installation titled "Vanishing Point," made with 15 steel tanks, water, perfume and coloring recalls the Renaissance and Baroque gardens and their infinite and grandeur nature. ENGLISH, PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH TEXT.