Paulo Mendes da Rocha
AAA – Anthology of Art and Architecture
Aug 22 – Oct 17, 2020
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel
São Paulo, Brazil

Bergamin & Gomide and Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel are pleased to present AAA – Anthology of Art and Architecture. Curated by Sol Camacho – urbanist, architect, Principal at RADDAR Architecture and Cultural Director of Instituto Bardi / Casa de Vidro – the show features more than 100 works by Brazilian artists, architects and designers, proposing a reflection on the social function, methods and history of architecture.

Through a timeless and decategorizing selection, AAA navigates the field of visual arts – with paintings, sculptures, and videos – and architecture – with scale models, pieces of furniture and photographs of buildings. These works feature architecture as a vocabulary: be it in the relation between the construction of spaces and its representation, in the use of civil construction materials, or in the subversion of language itself as a resource for experimenting with scale, composition and geometry.

AAA – Anthology of Art and Architecture is an unfolding of Exhibit AAA – a special project developed for Bergamin & Gomide’s stand at Expo Chicago in 2019.

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