Antonio Henrique Amaral is a key figure in Brazilian and Latin American art. Born in 1935, he developed his signature fantastical style during the second half of the 20th century, coming of age under the rule of the military dictatorship installed in Brazil in 1964. His visceral and allegorical works deal with political violence, existential discontent and erotic desire through an experimental approach that challenges authoritarianism.Read More
Amaral strove to construct an oeuvre that would defy univocal interpretations. His more than six decades of production resulted in a multifaceted path that has been the subject of recent revisions by essays and monographic exhibitions that situate the artist beyond the works of his iconic and emblematic Bananas series, executed between 1968 and 1975.
Ocula Advisory reviews highlights from The ADAA Art Show on 2–6 November 2022.Read More Advisory Perspective SP-Arte: Artwork Selections 31 March 2022
We preview a selection of artworks at SP-Arte by artists from South America spanning different generations and media.Read More