Group show curated by Kiki Mazzucchelli
Galería Luisa Strina
São Paulo, Brazil
Obscura Luz (Obscure Light, 1982) consists of a white box installed on the wall with a side flap onto which the shadow of a light bulb is projected. In this singular work, Cildo Meireles creates a paradoxal situation, inverting the logic of perception by presenting a light source which is simultaneously shadow. The homonymous exhibition on view at Galeria Luisa Strina from 16 July takes this work by Meireles as a starting point to bring together a group of works by artists from different generations that deal with physical and symbolic aspects of light and shadow.
Artists: Alexandre da Cunha, Anna Maria Maiolino, Bruno Baptistelli, Carole Gibbons, Camila Sposati, Carolina Cordeiro, Cildo Meireles, Cinthia Marcelle e Thiago Mata Machado, Clarissa Tossin, enorê, Fernanda Gomes, Flávia Vieira, Frederico Filippi, Gerty Saruê, Gilson Plano, Guilherme Ginane, Janina McQuoid, Jarbas Lopes, Ingeborg de Beausacq, Laura Lima, Leonilson, Lia D Castro, Lucas Arruda, Luis Paulo Baravelli, Luisa Lambri, Lygia Pape, Magdalena Jitrik, Marcius Galan, Marepe, Pablo Accinelli, Pedro Reyes, Sarah Lucas, Tonico Lemos Auad, Tracey Moffatt y Tunga.