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Marcos Chaves

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Rio de Janeiro, Dec. 2012: Marcos Chaves is a globally renowned artist, whose multi-layered conceptual practice–which includes drawings, video, photography, as well as large-scale site-specific projects and installations–has appeared everywhere from Moscow to Melbourne since the 1980s, as well as prolifically inside his native Brazil, where he is a treasured member of the artistic community. Rich with parody, Chaves’ work departs from his observations of modern conventions and appropriated value... [more]
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Sergio Allevato, Rafael Alonso, Elizabeth Amento, Gustavo Artigas, Leo Ayres, Felipe Baenninger, Danielle Carcav, Marcos Chaves, Sam Chung, Carlos Contente, Walmor Corrêa, Marco Rountree Cruz, Christian Curiel, Estevan Curiel, Sigismond de Vajay, Sharon Dowell, Chico Fernandes, Ayrson Heráclito, Hugo Houayek, Joe Jankovsky, Michael David Little, Marcone Moreira, Gabriela Mureb, Rafael Navarro, Carolina Ponte, Mary Porterfield, Christy Puetz, Bernardo Ramalho, M. Jenea Sanchez, Bianca Tomaselli, Rodrigo Torres, Sergio Torres, Marco Turrubiartes, Jen Urso, Pedro Varela, Eduardo Verderame, Bruno Vieira, Ricardo Villa, Verónica Villanueva at Modified Arts August 20th, 2010 - October 9th, 2010
Posted 8/23/10
Converging Trajectories: Crossing Borders, Building Bridges is an invitational group exhibition of works by 42 artists, mostly from Brazil and Arizona with others from Buenos Aires, Charlotte, Chicago, Mexico City, New York, and San Francisco. They are on their individual trajectories, yet through the exhibition and the curator there is an intersection. The artists become connected with one another and with viewers from the Phoenix area and elsewhere who visit Modified Arts d... [more]
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