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Modernos 10 : destaques da coleção : exposição, 2017-2018 = Modernists 10 : collection highlights : exhibition, 2017-2018

Author: Lauro CavalcantiTarsilaLasar SegallCândido PortinariJosé PancettiAll authors
Publisher: Rio de Janeiro : Instituto Casa Roberto Marinho, [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : PortugueseView all editions and formats
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Collective exhibition that inaugurates the Instituto Casa Roberto Merinho, the cultural space that holds the art collection of publisher and businessman Roberto Pisani Marinho (Rio de Janeiro, 1904 2003), owner of media conglomerate Grupo Globo. The collecton comprises works of ten of the greatest names of Brazilian Modernism from the 1930's and 1940's. The Institute is kept in his former house in Coseme Velho and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Named Person: Tarsila; Lasar Segall; Cândido Portinari; José Pancetti; Ismael Nery; Alberto da Veiga Guignard; Djanira; Emiliano Di Cavalcanti; Milton Dacosta; Roberto Burle Marx; Tarsila; Ismael Nery; Milton Dacosta; Roberto Burle Marx; Emiliano Di Cavalcanti; Djanira; Alberto da Veiga Guignard; José Pancetti; Cândido Portinari; Lasar Segall
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lauro Cavalcanti; Tarsila; Lasar Segall; Cândido Portinari; José Pancetti; Ismael Nery; Alberto da Veiga Guignard; Djanira; Emiliano Di Cavalcanti; Milton Dacosta; Roberto Burle Marx; Casa Roberto Marinho (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil),
ISBN: 9788594400000 8594400004
OCLC Number: 1053628990
Language Note: Parallel texts in Portuguese and English.
Notes: Published on the occasion of the exhibition held April 28 to Oct. 30, 2017 at the Casa Roberto Marinho in Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
Description: 219 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 29 cm
Contents: A coleção retorna sua casa = The collection comes back home / Lauro Cavalcanti --
Modernos 10 = Modernists 10 --
Artistas = Artists --
Tarsila do Amaral --
Segall, Lasar --
Portinari, Candido --
Pancetti, José --
Ismael, Nery --
Guignard, Alberto da Veiga --
Djanira da Motta e Silva --
Di Cavalcanti, Emiliano --
Dacosta, Milton --
Burle Marx, Roberto --
Biografias = Biographies --
Itinerâncias da coleção = Travelling exhibition.
Other Titles: Modernists 10 :
10
Modernos 10.
Modernos 10.
Responsibility: organização, Lauro Cavalcanti.

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Collective exhibition that inaugurates the Instituto Casa Roberto Merinho, the cultural space that holds the art collection of publisher and businessman Roberto Pisani Marinho (Rio de Janeiro, 1904 2003), owner of media conglomerate Grupo Globo. The collecton comprises works of ten of the greatest names of Brazilian Modernism from the 1930's and 1940's. The Institute is kept in his former house in Coseme Velho and was inspired by those of the of the sugar plantation big house known as Solar de Megaípe, in the state of Pernambuco. In 1938, modernism was still not fully fledged in Brazil. The reference to the Brazilian colonial era was an innovative counterpoint to the then prevailing trend in Rio de Janeiro of designing houses inspired by past European styles. Landscape desgin of grounds originally was by Burle Marx. "Two important steps were taken by Roberto Marinho in 1939: the construction of his house in Rio de Janeiro's district of Cosme Velho and the beginning of his art collection, which since the outset was specialized in Brazilian modernism. House and collection were born wrapped in the desire to construct a uniquely Brazilian architectural and artistic language. The features of the residence's neocolonial architecture were inspired by an image of the famed historical manor house known as Solar de Megaípe, in Pernambuco, thus alluding to the nation's past - a novel gesture during the pre-modernist era in Rio de Janeiro, when the eclectic style of European inspiration prevailed here in the design of private residences. [...] Since the beginning, the art collection contained works by painters who were the young journalist's contemporaries, who took Brazil as their theme, language and driving force. They thus sought to exorcise the disenchantment of the Brazilian." --Page 9.

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