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Exhibition Meeting - Beatriz Olano 1
Rio de Janeiro

The pictorial proposition of Beatriz Olano is indissociable from media such as sculpture, installation and drawing. Fields in wich she can also act autonomously. However, its radical and strong use of color, as in its compositional structure, makes painting the medium that more broadly defines this artist yet, fundamentally, her work is linked in many dimensions, into space. The work arises from them, as a way to talk to constructions and arguments given, in contradiction to its limitations and also to make visible their potential. However, in general, this work goes beyond the conventions of the plan and develop from a particular intervention wich performs with complete abstract will. (...)

Maria A. Jovino (first paragraph of the original exhibition presentation text)

Copyright: Marcos dantas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5001x2500
Subida: 04/04/2012
Actualizado: 22/10/2012
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Tags: exhibition; beatriz olano; meeting; atelie da imagem; art; interior; day; culture
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