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Tatiana Grinberg, passagem em branco [corte_01], 2002-2014

Walter Novaes
Tatiana Grinberg

Brazilian artists Walter Novaes and Tatiana Grinberg exhibited work made during their four month residencies at Gasworks. The residencies, exhibition and educational programmes for this period were supported by Visiting Arts, the Arts Council of England, The British Council (San Paulo and Rio de Janeiro) and the Brazilian Embassy.

Tatiana Grinberg
made drawings that were concerned with the idea of the space between the inside and outside, in a space where the architecture, skin and language overflow. Grinberg photographs as an insomniac, stealing others dreams, passing by like the wind. Walter Novaes' paintings traced drawings by Leonardo da Vinci in brilliant jewel-like hues. In the work for this show he explored the motif of the human heart which he views as a way of referencing emotions.

Grinberg
completed her postgraduate studies at Goldsmith in 1995. She has exhibited extensively in Brazil; including group shows at the Museum of Modern Art of Bahia, Salvador. Walter Novaes, from San Paulo, studied with a number of different artists in Brazil, including Nunos Ramos and Carlos Fajardo. He has exhibited in San Paulo including Pinacoteca SP, Museum Arte Contemporanea, Bienalle Santos.

Walter Novaes
Tatiana Grinberg

Brazilian artists Walter Novaes and Tatiana Grinberg exhibited work made during their four month residencies at Gasworks. The residencies, exhibition and educational programmes for this period were supported by Visiting Arts, the Arts Council of England, The British Council (San Paulo and Rio de Janeiro) and the Brazilian Embassy.

Tatiana Grinberg
made drawings that were concerned with the idea of the space between the inside and outside, in a space where the architecture, skin and language overflow. Grinberg photographs as an insomniac, stealing others dreams, passing by like the wind. Walter Novaes' paintings traced drawings by Leonardo da Vinci in brilliant jewel-like hues. In the work for this show he explored the motif of the human heart which he views as a way of referencing emotions.

Grinberg
completed her postgraduate studies at Goldsmith in 1995. She has exhibited extensively in Brazil; including group shows at the Museum of Modern Art of Bahia, Salvador. Walter Novaes, from San Paulo, studied with a number of different artists in Brazil, including Nunos Ramos and Carlos Fajardo. He has exhibited in San Paulo including Pinacoteca SP, Museum Arte Contemporanea, Bienalle Santos.