Brazil Now

Per la prima volta Alchimia (Contemporary Jewellery School) presenta l’esposizione Brazilian art jewellery.

L’esposizione, curata da Miriam Mina Korolkovas, presenterà il lavoro di 25 artisti che rappresentano la diversità di espressione influenzata da cultura e materiali. Gli artisti hanno realizzato delle creazioni provocatorie che esplorano una serie di concetti legati alla politica ambientale e allo stesso tempo valorizzano la cultura brasiliana e le sue risorse naturali attraverso i materiali utilizzati.

L’inaugurazione di Alchimia sarà martedi 25 ottobre alle 18.00, in presenza della curatrice. Durata dell’esposizione: 26 ottbre – 11 novembre 2012.

Per altre informazioni potete visitare il sito web di Alchimia, da cui è tratto questo testo.

For the first time Alchimia (Contemporary Jewellery School in Firenze)  will be exhibiting Brazilian art jewellery.

The exhibition curated by Miriam Mina Korolkovas will showcase the work of 25 artists showing the diversity of expression influenced by culture and materials. The artists have created provocative work that explores a range of concepts from political to environmental at the same time valorizing the Brazilian culture and its natural resources through the use of related materials.

The exhibition at Alchimia will open on Thursday 25 October at 6p.m. in the presence of the curator.  Duration of the exhibition at Alchimia: 26 October to 11 November 2012.

For more informations visit the website of Alchimia, where you can find the full text of exhibition.

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Thereza Pedrosa

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Founder and Director of Beautiful People Live Art || Thereza Pedrosa was born in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) in 1985, and grew up in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) and in Lausanne (Switzerland). In love with Europe, she operates borderless from her new location near Leipzig (Germany). Graduated in Conservation of Cultural Goods at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, and a jewelry designer herself, she promotes contemporary artists and designers worldwide. Her engagement is manyfold: selecting the most promising trends, promoting contamination between the arts, by editing online and offline publications.