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    Instituto Inhotim is home to a museological complex featuring a series of pavilions and galleries with works of art and sculptures on display in the open air. Since the outset, Inhotim’s rise on the scene of the Brazilian cultural institutions has been marked by the mission to create an artistic collection and to define new museological strategies that provide  the community  with access to cultural assets. In this sense, it seeks to bring the public into contact with a relevant set of artworks, produced by artists from different parts of the world, providing an up-to-date reflection on the questions of contemporaneity.

    Inhotim is the only Brazilian Institute institution with a world-class collection of contemporary art continuously on display.

    Thanks to a series of specific contexts, Inhotim offers a new model far removed from that of the urban museums. The Inhotim experience mainly involves a spatial relationship between art and nature that allows the artists to create and show their works in unique conditions. The spectator is invited to stroll through gardens, forest landscapes and rural settings, roaming among lakes, trails, mountains and valleys, actively experiencing the space.

    New projects are rolled out periodically, including site-specific artworks as well as monographic and thematic selections from the collection, making Inhotim a place in continuous transformation.

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    Cinto, Sandra

    Retábulo, 1995

    Santo André, São Paulo, 1968; lives in São Paulo Retábulo, 1995 oil on wood

    Mangolte, Babette

    Yvonne with tape, 1972

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Macchi, Jorge

    10:51, 2009

    Paradoxical relations between time and space pervade the work of Jorge Macchi – an artist who deals with the literary heritage of his country and advances it.

    Tunga

    A Bela e a Fera, 2001

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 A Bela e a Fera, 2001 bronze and steel

    Marepe

    A bica, 1999

    A bica [Waterspout, 1999] sets up a dialog between the two traditions that inform Marepe’s work: the history of 20th century art and the popular practices in the context where he was born and lives.

    Monk, Jonathan

    A cube by Sol Lewitt photographed by Carol Huebner using nine different light sources and all their combinations front to back back to front forever,

    Works by iconic artists from the 1960s and '70s serve as the primary sources for Jonathan Monk's work with film, photography, installation, sculpture and performance, which appropriates and cites classical procedures from Pop, Minimalist and Conceptual art.

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    A Grande Bebedeira, 2009

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Marepe

    A mudança, 2005

    A mudança (Moving, 2005) belongs to a group of works by Marepe that relates to the sphere of domesticity and intimacy. Among these are sculptures shaped like clothes bundles, furniture and houses.

    Dardot, Marilá

    A Origem da Obra de Arte, 2002

    The work invites the interaction of the spectator, who is enticed to compose words and sentences and to distribute them through the field.

    Cinto, Sandra

    A Ponte Impossível, 1998

    Santo André, São Paulo, 1968; lives in São Paulo A Ponte Impossível, 1998 automotive paint on wood and MDF

    Ahearn, John / Torres, Rigoberto

    Abre a Porta, 2006

    John Ahearn’s sculptural murals are far more than simply realist sculptures; they are challenges to the very nature of representation, of who gets to represent whom.

    Sala, Anri

    Agassi, 2006

    Over the last decade, Anri Sala has emerged as one of the most important voices in recent investigations into the mediums of film and video.

    Garaicoa, Carlos

    Ahora juguemos a desaparecer (II), 2002

    The work by Carlos Garaicoa shown in this space belongs to a line of works that have emerged since the 1960s, which are concerned with the criticism of architecture and are based on processual art, of which Gordon Matta-Clark (1943–1978) and Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980) were leading figures.

    Sala, Anri

    Air-Cushioned, 2006

    "Some places have no buildings or dates to be remembered, but they produce their own soundtrack". With these words, taken from his notes, Anri Sala describes the mood conveyed by Air Cushioned Ride (2006).

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Amateur,

    The arrangement of the works by Alexandre da Cunha in the first room of Galeria Fonte recalls a still life, thus repeating the theme of the exhibition which he begins.

    Zerbini, Luiz

    amor lugar comum, 2013

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    Analogia de Tarciso, 2009

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Tunga

    Ão, 1980

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 Ão, 1980 black and white film 16 mm in looping and sound installation

    Wyn Evans, Cerith

    Aqui tudo parece que ainda é construção e já é ruína, A partir de Fora da Ordem, de Caetano Veloso, 2004

    Llanelli, Wales, 1958; lives in London Aqui tudo parece que ainda é construção e já é ruína, A partir de Fora da Ordem, de Caetano Veloso, 2004 wooden structure, fireworks and c-print photograph

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Ar, 2002

    Zerbini dedicates himself to a profound, experimental painting practice that has transcended trends and fashion thus yielding a significant body of work.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Arco do Triunfo, 2004

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Araras, Rio de Janeiro Arco do Triunfo, 2004 cibachrome; polytptych

    Damasceno, José

    Árvore Inconsciente, 1999

    Rio de Janeiro, 1968; lives in Rio de Janeiro Árvore Inconsciente, 1999-2000 plastic and cotton

    Cinto, Sandra

    As Belas Relações II, 2000

    Santo André, São Paulo, 1968; lives in São Paulo As Belas Relações II, 2000 blown galss and dry point on painted wood and MDF

    De Souza, Edgard

    Átomos, 2004

    Átomos, 2000 lacquered wood

    Meireles, Cildo

    Através, 1983

    By means of formal games with everyday materials, the artist deals with broader issues, such as the way in which we perceive space and, ultimately, the world.

    Mangolte, Babette

    Babette Mangolte, 2013

    The exhibition is the artist’s first presentation in Brazil and features works made over the last four decades, in a true delving into her universe and thought.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Barroco, 1998

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Barroco, 1998 cibachrome photograph

    Burden, Chris

    Beam drop Inhotim, 2008

    Beam drop Inhotim, 2008

    Burden, Chris

    Beehive bunker, 2006

    Beehive Bunker (2006) is a sculpture that simulates a war bunker, built little by little and without the aid of machines. Due to the place where it is installed – one of the highest points at Inhotim – it looks like a lookout post.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Berlin,

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Berlin, 2001 cibachrome photograph

    Graham, Dan

    Bisected triangle, Interior curve, 2002

    Bisected triangle, Interior curve, 2002 mirroed glass and stainless steel

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Blue Tango, 1984

    This floor of the Miguel Rio Branco Pavilion features 34 images of one of the artist’s most important and seminal works: the photographs taken in the district of Maciel, in the area known as Pelourinho, in the city of Salvador.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Blue Vibes (ou Blue Vibration),

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Blue Vibes (ou Blue Vibration), 2001 photograph, (polyptych de 9)

    McCarthy, Paul

    Boxhead,

    Salt Lake City, United States, 1945; lives in Los Angeles Boxhead, 2001 bronze

    Pessoli, Alessandro

    Bruciatore,

    The works of Alessandro Pessoli blend personal references and historical facts in a process that brings grand narratives closer to intimate and autobiographical events.

    Mano, Rubens

    Bueiro, da Série Huecos, 1999

    São Paulo, 1960; lives in São Paulo Bueiro, da Série Huecos, 1999 intervention/photograph

    Araujo, Juan

    Burle Marx MEC,

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Eliasson, Olafur

    By Means of a Sudden Intuitive Realization, 1967

    By Means of a Sudden Intuitive Realization, 1996 fiberglass igloo, water, strobe light, water pump and plastic

    Marepe

    Cabra,

    By appropriating everyday objects and elements, converting them into works of art in a gesture that recalls that of Marcel Duchamp, Marepe conceptually situates his work between the utilitarian and the poetic.

    Barrio, Artur

    Caderno-Livro Fortaleza-Lisboa, 1998

    Artur Barrio became famous for his interventions in urban space in the 1960s and 70s, when he used blood, bones, bread, and toilet paper to react against both the repression and violence imposed by the military regime in Brazil, and the conditions of material disadvantage in the Third World.

    Pessoli, Alessandro

    Caligola, 2002

    The works of Alessandro Pessoli blend personal references and historical facts in a process that brings grand narratives closer to intimate and autobiographical events.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Camelô, 1998

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Varejão, Adriana

    Carnívoras, 2008

    Carnívoras, 2008 oil and plaster on canvas

    Rennó, Rosângela

    Cartologia, 2000

    Cartologia, 2000 photograph album, empire table and five color photographs, laminated and framed

    Araujo, Juan

    Casa de Baile, 2013

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Araujo, Juan

    Casa do Baile, 2013

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Mano, Rubens

    Casa verde, 1997

    São Paulo, 1960; lives in São Paulo Casa verde, 1997 installation/photograph

    Varejão, Adriana

    Celacanto Provoca Maremoto, 2004

    Rio de Janeiro, 1964; lives in Rio de Janeiro Celacanto Provoca Maremoto, 2004 – 2008 oil and plaster on canvas

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    Chave, 2006

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Lopes, Jarbas

    Cicloviaérea, 2003

    The production of Jarbas Lopes includes sculpture, drawing, installation and performance, in addition to conceptual project designs in which the artist deals with the imaginary of a proposition rather than with its actual rendition.

    Wyn Evans, Cerith

    Cleave 02 (The accursed share), 2002

    Llanelli, Wales, 1958; lives in London Cleave 02 (The accursed share), 2002 globe of mirror, light bulb, computer, obturator and of Georges Bataille text

    Ramo, Sara

    Como aprender o que acontece na normalidade das coisas, 2002

    The series of photographs by artist Sara Ramo presents a sequence of household bathrooms, with their utensils and paraphernalia. The images seem to have arisen from an exercise in the typologization of this banal and intimate environment, while revealing mysterious possibilities about everything that happens imperceptibly.

    Marcelle, Cinthia

    Confronto (da série Unus Mundus), 2005

    Since the early 2000s, Cinthia Marcelle has been constructing her oeuvre with the use of a wide variety of media, ranging from installation to drawing, from video to performance.

    Neuenschwander, Rivane

    Continente/Nuvem, 2008

    Belo Horizonte, 1967; lives in Belo Horizonte Continente/Nuvem, 2008

    Neuenschwander, Rivane

    Conversations, 2002

    In keeping with the title, in Conversations [Conversações, 2002] Rivane Neuenschwander gathers images as if they were the result of a conversation held for hours on end, and which invariably led elsewhere.

    Do Espírito Santo, Iran

    Copo d'água, 2006

    Although he has persistently worked with a geometric vocabulary, Espírito Santo is mostly interested in representation.

    Neto, Ernesto

    Copulônia, 1989

    Copulônia (1989) is a seminal piece in Ernesto Neto’s career.

    Do Espírito Santo, Iran

    Correções A,

    In Iran Espírito Santo's work, an intense relationship between art's classical heritage and contemporaneity informs the artist's practice that leans toward product design, architecture and interior design while swapping the values of these disciplines with those of art.

    D’Almeida, Neville / Oiticica, Hélio

    Cosmococa 5 Hendrix War, 1973

    While living in New York in the early 1970s, Hélio Oiticica collaborated with filmmaker Neville D’Almeida to create groundbreaking installations that he termed “quasi-cinemas.”

    Clark, Larry

    Da Série Teenage Lust, 1972

    Larry Clark, the renowned director of the movies Kids (1995) and Ken Park (2002), began his career and defined his visual language through the medium of photography, a field in which he has played a most influential role in the revitalization of American realism.

    Dean, Tacita

    Day for night, 2009

    Centered in supports such as drawing, film and photography, Tacita Dean’s work explores the relations between different artistic mediums to construct metaphors that register the passage of time.

    Barney, Matthew

    De Lama Lâmina, 2004

    São Francisco, EUA, 1967; Nova York, EUA De lama lâmina, 2009 Geodesic dome glass and steel skidder carving high density polyethylene

    Tunga

    Deleite, 1999

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 Deleite, 1999 ron and leather

    Restiffe, Mauro

    Derivado #2 (Depois de Vermeer, 1998), 2000

    The installation proposes an investigation of the real and photographic spaces, putting into play themes and elements important to both: walls and frames, front and back, interior and exterior.

    Gonzalez-Foerster, Dominique

    Desert Park, 2010

    Desert Park, 2010

    Meireles, Cildo

    Desvio para o vermelho: Impregnação, Entorno, Desvio, 1967

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Diálogos com Amaú, 1983

    Diálogos com Amaú (1983) is one of the artist's first audiovisual installations, presented for the first time at the XVII Bienal de São Paulo.

    Araujo, Juan

    Diamantina, 2013

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Mano, Rubens

    Disponha,

    São Paulo, 1960; lives in São Paulo Disponha, 2001 photograph mounted on methacrylico, diptych

    Hernández, Diango

    Drawing (As a drop I am going out of my home), 2006

    Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, 1970; lives in Düsseldorf, Germany Drawing (As a drop I am going out of my home), 2006 furniture and metal barrel

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Drops, 2004

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Ebony Terracotta, 2002

    The arrangement of the works by Alexandre da Cunha in the first room of Galeria Fonterecalls a still life, thus repeating the theme of the exhibition which he begins.

    Mangolte, Babette

    Edward Krasinski´s Studio, 2012

    For more than 30 years, Polish artist Edward Krasinski (1925–2004) lived and worked in a studio in his apartment in downtown Warsaw, located on a typical housing block in the years of the socialist regime.

    López, Mateo

    El Palacio de Papel, 2010

    Although drawing plays a leading role in the Mateo Lopez work, it can hardly be reduces to a medium per se.

    Penone, Giuseppe

    Elevazione, 2000

    Garessio, Itália, 1947; lives in Turim Elevazione, 2000 - 2001 bronze

    Marepe

    Embutido, 1999

    Santo Antônio de Jesus, Bahia, 1970; lives in Santo Antônio de Jesus Embutido, 1999 wood varied materials

    Restiffe, Mauro

    Empossamento, 2003

    São José do Rio Pardo, São Paulo, 1970; lives in São Paulo and New York Empossamento #2, 2003 photograph Empossamento #3, 2003 photograph Empossamento #4, 2003 photograph Empossamento #8, 2003 photograph

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    Ensaio para uma escultura líquida, 2006

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Ramo, Sara

    Entre a chuva e o boneco de neve, 2005

    In the video Entre a Chuva e o Boneco de Neve [Between the Rain and the Snowman, 2005], lines drawn on the ground and the wall configure a sports court or a game board.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Entre os olhos o deserto, 1997

    Entre os olhos o deserto (1997) is an installation made with three projections of a series of more than 400 images.

    Caldas, Waltércio

    Escultura para todos os materiais não transparentes, 1985

    Rio de Janeiro, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Escultura para todos os materiais não transparentes, 1985 marble and wood

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Esmeraldina, 2004

    The arrangement of the works by Alexandre da Cunha in the first room of Galeria Fonterecalls a still life, thus repeating the theme of the exhibition which he begins.

    De Barros, Geraldo

    Estudos, 1980

    Geraldo de Barros was one of the most active artists of the Brazilian avant-garde in the 1940s and 1950s, and belonged to the first concretist group of São Paulo, Ruptura, which advanced concrete art in Brazil from 1952 onward.

    Ackermann, Franz

    Faceland II (You better keep the light on), 2002

    Franz Ackermann is a perpetual traveler, reflecting on globalization and the constant growth of urban centers.

    Lucas, Renata

    Falha, 2003

    In this room of the Galeria Mata the original cement floor is covered over by plywood.

    Pessoli, Alessandro

    Finito, 2004

    The works of Alessandro Pessoli blend personal references and historical facts in a process that brings grand narratives closer to intimate and autobiographical events.

    Soares, Valeska

    Folly, 2005

    Valeska Soares Belo Horizonte, 1957; lives in New York, USA Folly, 2005-2009

    Marcelle, Cinthia

    Fonte 193,

    One firefighter truck constantly drives in a perfect circle with its hose shooting water to the centre of the geometric figure, provoking the image of a fountain in reverse.

    Cardiff, Janet

    Forty part motet,

    Thomas Tallis, English composer of the sixteenth century, wrote Spem in Alium nunquam habui, a choral work for eight choirs of five voices, to celebrate the birthday of Queen Elizabeth I in 1575.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Fotos série Maciel, 1979

    This floor of the Miguel Rio Branco Pavilion features 34 images of one of the artist’s most important and seminal works: the photographs taken in the district of Maciel, in the area known as Pelourinho, in the city of Salvador.

    Baumgarten, Lothar

    Fragmento Brasil, 1977

    The relations between nature and culture are a key interest in the work of Lothar Baumgarten.

    Macchi, Jorge

    Fuegos de Artifício, 2002

    Situations and objects taken from everyday life provide the raw material for the production of Jorge Macchi, an artist who has been showing his drawings, collages, installations and videos internationally since the early 1990s.

    Varejão, Adriana

    Galeria Adriana Varejão, 2008

    The trajectory proposed for the pavilion begins with the tile piece Panacea phantastica (2003-2007), which portrays 50 species of hallucinogenic plants from different parts of the world.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Galeria Cildo Meireles, 2006

    His pioneering work in the field of installation art is striking for its wide range of supports, techniques and materials, nearly always leading to broader political and social issues.

    D’Almeida, Neville / Oiticica, Hélio

    Galeria Cosmococa, 1973

    While living in New York in the early 1970s, Hélio Oiticica collaborated with filmmaker Neville D’Almeida to create groundbreaking installations that he termed “quasi-cinemas.”

    Salcedo, Doris

    Galeria Doris Salcedo, 2008

    Bogotá, Colombia, 1958; lives in Bogotá Neither, 2004 steel and plaster plates

    Pape, Lygia

    Galeria Lygia Pape, 2012

    In Rio de Janeiro, where she built her career, Pape joined the Frente and Neoconcreto groups, actively participating in the renewal that marked Brazilian art at the time.

    Grippo, Victor

    Galeria Marcenaria, 2008

    Over the past few decades Victor Grippo has stood out in the art world as one of the leading figures of the Conceptual art group practicing in Argentina.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Galeria Miguel Rio Branco, 2010

    The result of a long collaborative process between Inhotim and the artist, the Miguel Rio Branco Pavilion was built over the past two years to house a representative overview of his production.

    Tunga

    Galeria Psicoativa Tunga, 2012

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 Lezart, 1989 Cooking Crystals Expanded, 2009 Nociferatu, 2001 – 2011 Palíndromo incesto, 1990 – 1992 Ao, 1980 A Luz dos Dois Mundos,

    Tunga

    Galeria True Rouge, 2006

    Since the mid-1970s Tunga has created works of drawing, sculpture, installation, film, video and performance that teem with imagination.

    Bures Miller, George / Cardiff, Janet

    Galpão Cardiff & Miller, 2009

    Cardiff and Bures Miller are at the forefront of a generation of artists who employ advanced technology.

    De Castro, Amílcar

    Gigante Dobrada,

    Paraisópolis, Minas Gerais, 1920 – Belo Horizonte, 2002 Gigante Dobrada, 2001 steel

    Pessoli, Alessandro

    Girls,

    The works of Alessandro Pessoli blend personal references and historical facts in a process that brings grand narratives closer to intimate and autobiographical events.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Glove Trotter, 1991

    In Glove Trotter, Cildo Meireles strives with the classic issues of sculpture: volume, weight and gravity. However, these issues unfold into notions of geographical context and of universality.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Gritos Surdos,

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Ilhas Canárias, Espanha, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Gritos Surdos, 2001 cibachrome photograph, broken windshields and flourescent light, variable dimensions

    Burle Marx, Roberto

    Guaratiba, 1989

    Guaratiba, 1989 oil on canvas

    Huan, Zhang

    Gui Tuo Bei,

    In Chinese culture, monolithic monuments atop a turtle’s back are common in sacred places and public spaces, serving as a source of historical contextualization of the site while symbolizing political or religious power.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Hanging Ghost, 1992

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Ilhas Canárias, Espanha, 1946; vive no Rio de Janeiro Hanging Ghost, 1992 cibachrome photograph

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Heartless Black Saint Sebastian, 1994

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Ilhas Canárias, Espanha, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Hartless Black Saint Sebastian, 1994 cibachrome photograph, (políptico de 9)

    Ferrari, León

    Heliografias, 1980

    When he lived in Brazil from 1976 to 1991, León Ferrari made an impressive set of heliographic prints that resemble architectural plans and represent fictitious situations of demographic explosion and urban chaos.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Hell´s diptych, 1993

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Hell´s diptych, 1993-1994 cibachrome photograph

    Zerbini, Luiz

    High Definition, 2010

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    McCarthy, Paul

    Hollywood Halloween, 1977

    McCarthy's work brings together the ritualistic and the profane, blood and ketchup.

    Rist, Pipilotti

    Homo Sapiens Sapiens, 2005

    Grabs, Switzerland, 1962; lives in Zurich Homo Sapiens Sapiens, 2005 installation of audio and video

    Eliasson, Olafur

    I believe, 1992

    Through superimposed reflections, a myriad of forms is exposed. Internationally, Eliasson is one of the most visible artists working today.

    Pessoli, Alessandro

    Il Caduto, 2006

    The works of Alessandro Pessoli blend personal references and historical facts in a process that brings grand narratives closer to intimate and autobiographical events.

    Galan, Marcius

    Imóvel/Instável, 2011

    Resorting to a language of minimalist and simple forms along with the use of materials such as concrete, iron and wood, since the 1990s Marcius Galan has been developing a work that fosters reflections on sculpture, geometry and space.

    Neto, Ernesto

    Inércia e Memória de Puffs e Piffs, 2004

    Rio de Janeiro, 1964; lives in Rio de Janeiro Inércia e Memória de Puffs e Piffs, 2004 cloves, black pepper, urucum and saffron on paper

    Meireles, Cildo

    Inmensa, 1982

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Inserções em circuitos ideológicos: Projeto cédula, 1970

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Inserções em circuitos ideológicos: Projeto Coca-Cola, 1970

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Oiticica, Hélio

    Invenção da cor, Penetrável Magic Square # 5, De Luxe, 1977

    Rio de Janeiro, 1937 – Rio de Janeiro, 1980 Invenção da cor, Penetrável Magic Square # 5, De Luxe, 1977

    Majerus, Michel

    Kick, Kick, Kick, 1999

    Michel Majerus is one of the most significant artists identified with the revitalization of painting in Germany in the late 1990s. In his production, we find an amalgamation of assorted references

    Macchi, Jorge

    La ciudad luz,

    Maps rank among the favorite raw materials of Jorge Macchi, although he also has a keen interest in other print sources, such as newspapers, notebooks and musical scores.

    Grippo, Victor

    La intimidad de la luz en St Ives, 1997

    Over the past few decades Victor Grippo has stood out in the art world as one of the leading figures of the Conceptual art group practicing in Argentina.

    Dittborn, Eugenio

    La VI historia del rostro (El Rojo Camino Negro), 1989

    Eugenio Dittborn’s airmail paintings began to circulate in 1983 and were originally a way for the artist to relate with artistic contexts outside his own country, Chile, then isolated by the military dictatorship (1973–1990).

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Lago Quadrado, 2010

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Pardo, Jorge

    Lamps, 2004

    Havana, Cuba, 1963; lives in Los Angeles Lamps, 2004 blown glass and metal

    Tunga

    Lézart, 1989

    Braids, tribal clubs and combs are repeated elements in Tunga’s work — a sculptor who uses narrative as much as he uses formal elements.

    Varejão, Adriana

    Linda do Rosário, 2004

    Adriana Varejão chose the field of painting for her work. Her production comprises photography, sculpture, installation and, above all, painting.

    Rehnberger, Tobias

    Loser’s library, 2002

    Loser’s library, 2002 wood, plexiglass light bulbs, TV monitors and DVD players, variable dimensions

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Mamão Manilha, 2012

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    Mão, mais pequena que mão, 2009

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Mãos em Santiago, 1993

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Ilhas Canárias, Espanha, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Mãos em Santiago, 1993 cibachrome photograph

    Neuenschwander, Rivane

    Mapa Mundi BR (Postal),

    Belo Horizonte, 1967; lives in Belo Horizonte Mapa Mundi BR (Postal), 2007 postcards wooden shelves

    Vinci, Laura

    Máquina do mundo, 2005

    By way of the sculptures and installations she has developed since the 1980s, Laura Vinci thematizes questions linked to time, to changes and to transformations.

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Mar do Japão, 2010

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Marepe

    Marepe, 2013

    By appropriating everyday objects and elements, converting them into works of art in a gesture that recalls that of Marcel Duchamp, Marepe conceptually situates his work between the utilitarian and the poetic.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Máscara del dolor, 1976

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Máscara da Dor, 1976-1999 black and white photograph

    Damasceno, José

    Método para arranque e deslocamento, 1992

    Método para arranque e deslocamento is a meta-sculpture on which viewers step as they experience it, becoming one with the piece.

    Araujo, Juan

    Mineiriana, 2013

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Sala, Anri

    Mixed Behavior, 2003

    The videos of Anri Sala draw from the immediacy of documentary filmmaking and the manipulation of digital technology to bring together esthetics and politics.

    Rehnberger, Tobias

    Montreuse, 2002

    Tobias Rehberger seeks to establish a dialogue between art and such neighboring disciplines as design, film, interior design, and architecture by creating sculptures and installations that are often functional objects in themselves.

    Araujo, Juan

    MS 1, 2012

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Araujo, Juan

    MS 2, 2012

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Araujo, Juan

    MS 5, 2012

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Nada levarei quando morrer, Aqueles que me devem cobrarei no Inferno,

    The scenes reveal an intense relationship between the portraitist and the portrayed, bringing the genres of documentary and fiction, reality and fantasy, closer together.

    Kusama, Yayoi

    Narcissus garden, 2009

    Yayoi Kusama Nagano, Japão, 1929; lives in Tóquio, Japão Narcissus garden Inhotim, 2009 stainless steel

    Neto, Ernesto

    Nave Deusa, 1998

    Since the late 1980s, Ernesto Neto has been developing his oeuvre by devoting himself primarily to sculpture and making the body into its main analogy.

    Salcedo, Doris

    Neither, 2004

    Bogotá, Colombia, 1958; lives in Bogotá Neither, 2004 steel and plaster plates

    Majerus, Michel

    New Comer,

    Michel Majerus is one of the most significant artists identified with the revitalization of painting in Germany in the late 1990s. In his production, we find an amalgamation of assorted references

    Dittborn, Eugenio

    Ninguna Huella (Ahorcado Negro) Airmail Painting nº 001, 1984

    Eugenio Dittborn’s airmail paintings began to circulate in 1983 and were originally a way for the artist to relate with artistic contexts outside his own country, Chile, then isolated by the military dictatorship (1973–1990).

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Nouveau,

    The arrangement of the works by Alexandre da Cunha in the first room of Galeria Fonte recalls a still life, thus repeating the theme of the exhibition which he begins.

    Lima, Laura

    Novos Costumes,

    Laura Lima centers her artistic output around her thinking about the human body: as a support, as a reference and as the double for a work of art.

    Varejão, Adriana

    O Colecionador, 2008

    Adriana Varejão chose the field of painting for her work. Her production comprises photography, sculpture, installation and, above all, painting.

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    O Homem Sombra, 2006

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    O Homem Tocha,

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Barrio, Artur

    O Ignoto, 1996

    Artur Barrio became famous for his interventions in urban space in the 1960s and 70s, when he used blood, bones, bread, and toilet paper to react against both the repression and violence imposed by the military regime in Brazil, and the conditions of material disadvantage in the Third World.

    O jardim e outros mitos,

    Na obra de Geta, observamos uma formação modernista sólida, notável nos seus desenhos, aliada a uma inclinação para práticas experimentais e conceituais, e no interesse pela representação do feminino e numa crítica do trabalho artístico.

    Ortega, Damián

    Obstaculo, Da série Construcciones, 1997

    The work of Damián Ortega is firmly grounded in sculpture and experimentation, often with a humorous touch.

    Marepe

    Olê ô picolê,

    By appropriating everyday objects and elements, converting them into works of art in a gesture that recalls that of Marcel Duchamp, Marepe conceptually situates his work between the utilitarian and the poetic.

    McQueen, Steve

    Once Upon a Time, 2002

    Once upon a time (2002) consists of a slide show of photographs that the North American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sent into space with Voyager II in 1977

    Lambie, Jim

    Pale Blue Eyes, 2002

    Glasgow, Escócia, 1964; lives in Glasgow and Nova York Pale Blue Eyes, 2002 speakers, cloth, mirror and acrylic

    Tunga

    Palíndromo Incesto, 1990

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 Palíndromo Incesto, 1990 - 1992 fio de cobre, imã, folhas de cobre e limalha de ferro

    Tiravanija, Rirkrit

    Palm Pavilion, 2006

    Originally conceived for the 27th Bienal de São Paulo, in 2006, the work Palm Pavilion (2006–2008) has been set up in the open-air for the first time at Inhotim.

    Varejão, Adriana

    Panacea Phantastica, 2003

    Adriana Varejão chose the field of painting for her work. Her production comprises photography, sculpture, installation and, above all, painting.

    Damasceno, José

    Parábola, 2000

    Rio de Janeiro, 1968; lives in Rio de Janeiro Parábola, 2000 marble

    Varejão, Adriana

    Passarinhos – de Inhotim a Demini, 2003

    After having spent time living in the Demini village of the yanomami people, the artist created this work for an exhibition about the yanomami, drawing inspiration from the traditional significance of birds to the indigenous peoples of Amazonia.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Pêssegos, 1994

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Pêssegos, 1994 photografia

    Takamatsu, Jiro

    Photographs of photographs, 1973

    Jiro Takamatsu is one of the main figures of the Japanese avant-garde of the 1960s onward, having participated in the seminal artists’ collective High Red Center (1963-64) and approached the Mono-Ha movement (1967–1979).

    Muniz, Vik

    Pictures of Dust, 1960

    Série Pictures of Dust

    Muniz, Vik

    Pictures of Earthworks, 2002

    The Sarzedo Drawings da Série Pictures of Earthworks

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Pintura Velha, 2013

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Clair Cemin, Saint

    Pioneer, 1999

    Cruz Alta, Rio Grande do Sul, 1951; lives in Nova York Pioneer, 1999 marble

    Macchi, Jorge

    Piscina, 2009

    Buenos Aires, 1963; lives in Buenos Aires Piscina, 2009

    Gusmão, João Maria & Paiva, Pedro

    Poliedro de Frutas, 2009

    The films of João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva investigate magical happenings, physical phenomena, ritualistic events, and scientific experiments by combining photograph, installation, sculpture and writing in the exercise of creating an experimental philosophy.

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Pool, 2004

    Da Cunha focuses mainly on creating objects and his working procedures are akin to collage and sculptural assemblage.

    Majerus, Michel

    Progressive Aesthetics, 1998

    Michel Majerus is one of the most significant artists identified with the revitalization of painting in Germany in the late 1990s. In his production, we find an amalgamation of assorted references

    Gonzalez-Foerster, Dominique

    Promenade,

    The experience of walking in the work of art has been a long-standing topic for artists, and one in constant evolution. Beginning with the proximity between painting and the urban setting brought about by Impressionism in the late-19th century

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Public Sculpture (Obelisk 1), 2008

    The arrangement of the works by Alexandre da Cunha in the first room of Galeria Fonterecalls a still life, thus repeating the theme of the exhibition which he begins.

    Da Cunha, Alexandre

    Public sculpture (Pouff 1, 2 e 3), 2008

    Alexandre da Cunha moves through art history like a disc jockey that samples music from various sources to make his own music.

    Ortega, Damián

    Puente, 1997

    The work of Damián Ortega is firmly grounded in sculpture and experimentation, often with a humorous touch.

    Lambie, Jim

    Punk Prayer,

    Glasgow, Escócia, 1964; lives in Glasgow and Nova York Punk Prayer, 2001 poster and colage

    Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Restore Now, 2006

    In Restore Now (2006), a diversity of objects and materials is transformed into tools for a (re) constructive interpretation of the world.

    Mangolte, Babette

    Richard Serra, Film Portrait, 1977

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Ahearn, John / Torres, Rigoberto

    Rodoviária de Brumadinho, 2005

    John Ahearn’s sculptural murals are far more than simply realist sculptures; they are challenges to the very nature of representation, of who gets to represent whom.

    Huan, Zhang

    Rubens, 2000

    An Yang, China, 1965; lives in New York Rubens, 2000 - 2001 bronze

    Mangolte, Babette

    Rushes revisited, 2013

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Burden, Chris

    Samson, 1985

    Samson consists of a 100 ton jack connected to a gear box and a turnstile. The jack pushes two large timbers against the walls of the gallery.

    Galan, Marcius

    Seção diagonal, 2008

    Indianápolis, Indiana, Estados Unidos, 1972; lives in São Paulo Seção diagonal, 2008

    Krasinski, Edward

    Sem título, 2004

    A central figure of the Polish vanguard, Edward Krasinski began to work in Warsaw in the1960s, taking part of the collective made up by artists and art critics around the Foksal gallery.

    De Souza, Edgard

    Sem Título, 1998

    São Paulo, 1962; lives in São Paulo Sem Título, 1998 bronze sculpture

    De Souza, Edgard

    Sem Título,

    Sem Título, 2001 bronze sculpture

    Ackermann, Franz

    Sem Título, 2004

    Franz Ackermann is a perpetual traveler, reflecting on globalization and the constant growth of urban centers.

    José Costa, João

    Sem título, 1953

    João José Costa is one of the artists who founded The Grupo Frente of Rio de Janeiro, one of the most active groups of the Brazilian concretist vanguard in the 1950s.

    Ramos, Nuno

    Sem título, 1994

    Since the 1980s, Nuno Ramos has been building his oeuvre in different media — sculpture, installation, drawing, video, film, prose and poetry — and conserving painting as source language.

    Cinto, Sandra

    Sem Título,

    Santo André, São Paulo, 1968; lives in São Paulo Sem Título

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Sem Título, 2004

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Lambri, Luisa

    Sem Título (Casa das Canoas), 2003

    Luisa Lambri’s work consists of photographs of great works of architecture of the modern era.

    Restiffe, Mauro

    Sem título (Depois de Vermeer, 1998), 2000

    The installation proposes an investigation of the real and photographic spaces, putting into play themes and elements important to both: walls and frames, front and back, interior and exterior.

    Do Espírito Santo, Iran

    Sem título (Desdobrado), 2004

    Espírito Santo is mostly interested in representation, a subject he has been investigating in his installations; sculptures; drawings on paper, wood and walls; prints; and photographs.

    Cinto, Sandra

    Sem Título (Portal),

    Santo André, São Paulo, 1968; lives in São Paulo Sem Título (Portal), 2001 oil on wood

    Mano, Rubens

    Sem Título - do Projeto Básculas, 2000

    São Paulo, 1960; lives in São Paulo Sem Título - do Projeto Básculas, 2000 stainless steel and iron

    De Souza, Edgard

    Sem título, 2000; Sem título, 2002; Sem título (Bronze 5), 2005, 2000

    São Paulo, 1962; lives in São Paulo Sem título, 2000 Sem título, 2002 Sem título, 2005 bronze

    Lopes, Jarbas

    Série Cicloviaérea, 2003

    Nova Iguaçu, RJ; reside e trabalha em Maricá, Rio de Janeiro Série Cicloviaérea, 2003 - 2004 ballpoint pen on paper, 38 drawings

    Afonso, Albano

    Série Florestas – Primavera, 2000

    Série Florestas – Primavera, 2000 perfurator on photograph laminated, mounted on mirrod aluminum.

    De Barros, Geraldo

    Série Fotoformas, 1948

    Geraldo de Barros was one of the most active artists of the Brazilian avant-garde in the 1940s and 1950s, and belonged to the first concretist group of São Paulo, Ruptura, which advanced concrete art in Brazil from 1952 onward.

    Lima, Laura

    Série Homem=Carne / Mulher=Carne, 1997

    Beginning in 1995, Laura Lima has created a series of works in which she introduces the human body as leading element, thereby drawing near to the traditional use of the nude in the course of art history.

    Lopes, Jarbas

    Série O Debate, 2002

    Nova Iguaçu, RJ; lives and works in Maricá, Rio de Janeiro Série O Debate, 2002-2003 political campaing plotter and woven carpet

    Costi, Rochelle

    Série Quartos São Paulo, 1998

    Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, 1961; lives in São Paulo Série Quartos São Paulo, 1998

    Afonso, Albano

    Série Retratos,

    Série Retratos - Auto-Retrato com David, 2001 punch on photo

    Clark, Larry

    Série Tulsa, 1972

    Larry Clark, the renowned director of the movies Kids (1995) and Ken Park (2002), began his career and defined his visual language through the medium of photography, a field in which he has played a most influential role in the revitalization of American realism.

    Rennó, Rosângela

    Série Vermelha, 2000

    Belo Horizonte, 1962; lives in Rio de Janeiro Boots, 2000 digital photograph Hangman, 2000 digital photograph Riffleman, 2000 digital photograph

    L, Marcellvs

    Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2003

    0775, da Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2004 0314, da Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2004 0667, da Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2003 0778, da Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2004 3195, da Série Vídeo-Rizomas, 2005

    Araujo, Juan

    Serro, 2013

    Since the end of the 1990s, Juan Araujo has been producing a vast oeuvre of painting on a small and medium scale in which the citation of other artworks is an important element.

    Mangolte, Babette

    Slide show: movement and stills, 2010

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Smoking Mirror, 1992

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Smoking Mirror, 1992 cibachrome photograph

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Sombra, 2002

    Zerbini dedicates himself to a profound, experimental painting practice that has transcended trends and fashion thus yielding a significant body of work.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Some Balls, 1993

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Some Balls, 1993 - 1994 photograph

    Aitken, Doug

    Sonic Pavilion, 2009

    Sonic pavilion, 2008 Pavilion of glass and steel, coated plastic film; tube well 202 m deep, microphones and sound amplification equipment

    Group Show

    Still Life, 2013

    Still Life aims to tell an old story from some fresh angles. The still life has been a central idiom throughout the history of painting.

    Genzken, Isa

    Strassenfest, 2009

    Strassenfest [Street Party, 2009] is a large three-dimensional collage made of objects found and reworked by the artist.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Swift on Blue, 1992

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Swift on Blue, 1992 cibachrome photograph

    Antoni, Janine

    Swoon, 1997

    Janine Antoni, 1997 speakers, mirror, curtain, video-installation, variable dimensions

    Nomura, Hitoshi

    Tardiology, 1969

    Hitoshi Nomura is a key name in Japanese conceptual art from the late 1960s onward.

    Hiller, Susan

    The last silent movie, 2008

    Predominantly an audio work, The last silent movie (2007-08) is a patchwork of fragments from audio archives of extinct, nearly extinct or endangered languages.

    Starling, Simon

    The Mahogany Pavilion (Mobile Architecture No.1), 2004

    Epsom, England, 1967; lives in Glasgow, Scotland, and Berlin The Mahogany Pavillion (Mobile Architecture No.1), 2004

    Bures Miller, George / Cardiff, Janet

    The Murder of Crows, 2008

    In The murder of crows (2008), 98 audio speakers are mounted around the space on stands, chairs and walls, creating an orchestra-like setup in which the visitor is invited to sit in the center on designated chairs.

    Allora, Jennifer / Calzadilla, Guillermo

    There’s More Than One Way To Skin a Sheep,

    Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla have been collaborating since 1995. Through their practice, which includes film, photography, performance, sculpture and installation, they render a critique of the sociocultural systems related to globalization processes.

    Yang, Haegue

    Three kinds in transition, 2008

    Consisting of a series of 473 images, this work by Haegue Yang depicts globes, spheres, balls and polygonal origami forms.

    Antoni, Janine

    To Draw a Line, 2003

    Since the early 1990s, Janine Antoni has been making sculptures, photographs, and videos that fuse an interest in the formal elements of art (such as line, shape, texture, form, process) with personal issues of the self, resulting in an exploration of gender politics and identity.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Touch of Evil, 1994

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Touch of Evil, 1994

    Mangolte, Babette

    Touching III with collage III, 2013

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Damasceno, José

    Transporte Independente, 1999

    Rio de Janeiro, 1968; lives in Rio de Janeiro Transporte Independente, 1999 wood, synthetic covering

    Damasceno, José

    Trilha Sonora, 2002

    Rio de Janeiro, 1968; lives in Rio de Janeiro Trilha Sonora, 2002 hammers

    Zerbini, Luiz

    Tríptico Dark, 2012

    Titled amor lugar comum, this exhibition brings together nine works by Luiz Zerbini created over the past decade. Together the works demonstrate the intentionality of the artist’s painting practice, his compositional strategies, and his relationship to time.

    Lopes, Jarbas

    Troca-Troca, 2002

    Nova Iguaçu, RJ; reside e trabalha em Maricá, Rio de Janeiro Troca-Troca, 2002 fuscas com aparelhagem de som

    Tunga

    True Rouge, 1997

    Since the mid-1970s Tunga has created works of drawing, sculpture, installation, film, video and performance that teem with imagination.

    Pape, Lygia

    Ttéia 1C, 2002

    Ttéia 1C (2002) is a work of the late stage of Lygia Pape’s career and comprises a number of issues raised during the artist’s trajectory.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Tubarões de seda, 2006

    Tubarões de seda (2006), is an installation in which photographs were printed directly on a fabric, inviting the spectators to visit it not only with their eyes, but also with their bodies.

    Pardo, Jorge

    Untitled, 2002

    Havana, Cuba, 1963; lives in Los Angeles Untitled, 2002 latex on canvas

    Orozco, Gabriel

    Untitled,

    The work of Gabriel Orozco is often diaristic, recalling places he has been, specific experiences, materials he finds, or chance encounters that provoke action, documentation, and production.

    Lambri, Luisa

    Untitled (Casa de Baile), 2003

    Brazilian art and architecture are the main subjects of the paintings and photographs by Juan and Luisa Araujo Lambri exhibited in this room .

    Rawanchaikul, Navin / Tiravanija, Rirkrit

    Untitled (Cities on the Move), 1997

    Appropriating imagery from popular culture and urban life, Untitled, 1997 (Cities on the Move) is conceived as an offer to the visitor to participate.

    Tunga

    Untitled (da Série Vanguarda Viperina), 1983

    Palmares, Pernambuco, 1952; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2016 Untitled (da Série Vanguarda Viperina), 1983-97 lead installation, 11 linear meters

    Lambri, Luisa

    Untitled (Ministério da Educação e Saúde, #2), 2003

    Luisa Lambri’s work consists of photographs of great works of architecture of the modern era.

    Morris, Robert

    Untitled (Mirrored Cubes), 1965

    Precursor do minimalismo e das experiências pós-minimalistas, Robert Morris é figura central no contexto artístico do final do século 20 e na definição de seus principais movimentos.

    Lambri, Luisa

    Untitled (Palácio da Indústria, #3), 2003

    Luisa Lambri’s work consists of photographs of great works of architecture of the modern era.

    Lambri, Luisa

    Untitled (Palácio dos Arcos), 2003

    Luisa Lambri’s work consists of photographs of great works of architecture of the modern era.

    Iglesias, Cristina

    Vegetation Room Inhotim, 2010

    Since the ear ly 1980s, Cristina Iglesias has been constructing one of the most striking sculptural discourses of our time. Her work structures a labyrinth of fictions that use sculpture and architecture as a physical and mental itinerar y proposed to the spectator.

    Restiffe, Mauro

    Vermeer, 1998

    The installation proposes an investigation of the real and photographic spaces, putting into play themes and elements. important to both: walls and frames, front and back, interior and exterior.

    Restiffe, Mauro

    Vermeer embalado, 1999

    The installation proposes an investigation of the real and photographic spaces, putting into play themes and elements important to both: walls and frames, front and back, interior and exterior.

    Eliasson, Olafur

    Viewing Machine, 2002

    Creating an effect of reflected light with six mirrors forming a hexagonal tube, this work by Olafur Eliasson is based on the principles of a kaleidoscope.

    Marcelle, Cinthia

    Volta ao Mundo, da Série Unus Mundus, 2004

    9 white vans move around the same square, where they can all be seen at the same time. The vehicles enter one at a time into the circuit, moving simultaneously around the place.

    Mangolte, Babette

    Water motor, 1978

    Babette Mangolte is a visual artist, thinker, filmmaker and photographer born in France and based in the United States for more than 40 years.

    Ackermann, Franz

    Waterfall (From Prora to Ostende), 2002

    Franz Ackermann is a perpetual traveler, reflecting on globalization and the constant growth of urban centers.

    Rio Branco, Miguel

    Wax, Wood and Flash, 1993

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 1946; lives in Rio de Janeiro Wax, Wood and Flash, 1993-96 cibachrome photograph

    Guimarães, Cao / Neuenschwander, Rivane

    Word/World,

    In the film Word/World (2001), Neuenschwander and Guimarães turn the viewer's focus to the ground and introduce an unusual viewpoint: that of ants.

    Ackermann, Franz

    World II, 2000

    Franz Ackermann is a perpetual traveler, reflecting on globalization and the constant growth of urban centers.

    Majerus, Michel

    Yet sometimes, 1998

    Michel Majerus is one of the most significant artists identified with the revitalization of painting in Germany in the late 1990s. In his production, we find an amalgamation of assorted references

    Majerus, Michel

    You Know, You've Got a Bad Habit, You Breath,

    Michel Majerus is one of the most significant artists identified with the revitalization of painting in Germany in the late 1990s. In his production, we find an amalgamation of assorted references

    Meireles, Cildo

    Zero Cruzeiro, 1974

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    Meireles, Cildo

    Zero Dollar, 1978

    Cildo Meireles has made his mark as a unique voice in contemporary art, constructing a body of work that is permeated by the international language of conceptual art while simultaneously engaging in a personal dialog with the poetic legacy of the Brazilian neoconcretism.

    David Medalla

    Cloud-Gates Bubble Machine, 1965/2013

    Dominik Lang

    The Sleeping City, 2011

    Herdeiro de um legado artístico fundado na oposição ideológica entre figuração e abstração, Dominik Lang pertence à geração de jovens artistas do Leste Europeu que começou a atuar após o fim da Guerra Fria.

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden, 2008

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden 1, 2008

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden 2, 2008

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden 3, 2008

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden 4, 2008

    Carroll Dunham

    Garden 5, 2008

    Geta Bratescu

    Nuduri, 1963-75

    Geta Bratescu

    Mitologie, 1974

    Geta Bratescu

    Gradina, 1991

    Geta Bratescu

    Desene cu Ochii Închisi, 1994

    Geta Bratescu

    Portret ale Medeii, 1979

    Geta Bratescu

    Atelierul, 1970

    Geta Bratescu

    Colors, 1987-1988

    Geta Bratescu

    Vestigii, 1978

    Geta Bratescu

    Patru 1, Patru 2, Patru 3, Patru 4, 1975