More than one possibility: A photo exhibition of an independent Brazilian photography group.
Based on the phrase of the American curator Lucy Lippard: “… it is not necessary to wait for an invitation for doing an exhibition, just go for it and make it”, this group of Brazilian photographers got together to show their production in a photo exhibition.
The idea of this project was founded by the independent curator and teacher Renato Negrão, who has promoted and curated several groups through exhibitions in different countries such as: Canada, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon.
In 2016 Negrão did his biggest project, when he transformed the central historical train station of São Paulo, into an open gallery, with more than 100 images hanged above the platforms and on footbridges (www.renatonegrao.com.br)
The idea of this exhibition in NY is that the group believes in the public audience as the most important critic and judge, so everyone is invited to see the images of the 23 Brazilian photographers.
This exhibition includes a mix of different subjects such as: landscape, portrait, self-portrait, personal history, documentary, memories and street art.
Anderson Coimbra; Bernando Borges; Bia Ferrer; Camila Gil; Eli Criva; Ellion Cardoso; Fernanda Fernades; Isa Godoy; Iza Abe; Gabriela de Barros; Gustavo Sérvio; Giuliana Camargo; Lu Lisboa; Malu Mesquita; Máximo Hernández; Mônica Assan; Mônica Cavalcante; Monica Scafuro; Montserrat Baches; Ricardo Abreu; Ritta Mendonça; Simone Tchalian; Tuta Pine e Vera Resende.
Organization and curator by: Renato Negrão.
Opening July 11 / 7pm
On view until July 16