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'. ⁠⁠

Opening in two acts, on 24 June followed by 29 July, the exhibition presents the work of 36 artists, including Leonor Antunes, Juan Araujo, Ernesto Neto, Lucia Laguna, and Kim Lim in a scenography designed by artist João Maria Gusmão.


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