Brazilian Galleries Host Collaborative Exhibition in Portugal Comporta, 22 June 2021
Kim Lim, Narcissus (1959). Bronze, 61.6 x 52 x 52 cm. Courtesy Kim Lim Estate.
Marina Rheingantz, Marujo (2020). Oil on canvas, 170 x 210 cm. Courtesy the artist.
Ernesto Neto, Umbigo Ventre, Fruto Arte (2021). Cotton, voile crochet, expanded clay and wooden knobs. 73 x 95 x 46 cm. Courtesy the artist.
Edu de Barros, Tomado IV (2021). Acrylic, oil pastel, spray paint, graphite, charcoal and varnish on raw cotton. 152 x 162 cm. Courtesy the artist.
Occupying a former cinema within the historic Casa da Cultura Comporta in Comporta, Portugal, three Brazilian galleries—Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel, Galeria Luisa Strina, and Sé—have come together to host a collaborative exhibition titled O Canto do Bode, which translates as 'The Song of the Goat'.