Lumina : Mariana Palma /

Retrospective exhibition of Mariana Palma (São Paulo, 1979), her first individual in a cultural institution in the capital of São Paulo. Curated by Priscyla Gomes, associate curator of the Tomie Ohtake Institute, the event brings together about 50 works that pass on the artist's almost twenty...

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Imprint:São Paulo, Brazil : Instituto Tomie Ohtake, 2020.
Description:144 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Language:Portuguese
English
Subject:Palma, Mariana, -- 1979- -- Exhibitions.
Palma, Mariana, -- 1979-
Nature (Aesthetics) -- Exhibitions.
Women artists -- Brazil -- History -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Nature (Aesthetics)
Painting, Brazilian.
Women artists.
Brazil.
History.
Exhibition catalogs.
Interviews.
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12533417
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Varying Form of Title:Mariana Palma
Other uniform titles:Palma, Mariana, 1979- Paintings. Selections.
Gomes, Priseyla,
Fortes, Luana,
Other authors / contributors:Instituto Tomie Ohtake, issuing body, host institution.
ISBN:9786599040405
6599040403
Notes:At head of title: Ministério da Cidadania, Governo do Estado de São Paulo, por meio da Secretaria de Cultura e Economia Criativa, Allergan, Credit Suisse, Casa Triângulo e Instituto Tomie Ohtake apresentam [present]
Catalog of the exhibition "LUMINA - MARIANA PALMA" at the Tomie Ohtake Institute, February 17-April 5, 2020.
Includes bibliographical references.
Texts in Portuguese and English.
Summary:Retrospective exhibition of Mariana Palma (São Paulo, 1979), her first individual in a cultural institution in the capital of São Paulo. Curated by Priscyla Gomes, associate curator of the Tomie Ohtake Institute, the event brings together about 50 works that pass on the artist's almost twenty years of career, based mainly on painting and drawing. According to the curator, the set of works demonstrates the recurrence with which the artist refers to the idea of integration of parts and surfaces that touch and atritam forming a new body.