HS Projects in the Sala Brasil

What separates us, Sala Brasil, the Embassy of Brazil in London, 14-16 Cockspur Street, London SW1, until 2nd July 2016

Rodrigo Matheus A Tale in a Thousand, 2016 mixed media dimensions variable Photo credit: Panayiotis Sinnos Funded by Arts Council England

Rodrigo Matheus
A Tale in a Thousand, 2016
mixed media
dimensions variable
Photo credit: Panayiotis Sinnos
Funded by Arts Council England

I had the pleasure of visiting and writing about HS Projects Paradigm Store in the autumn of 2014 and now I am delighted to tell you about this exhibition of Brazilian artists – Tonico Lemos Auad, Adriano Costa, Rodrigo Matheus and Matheus Rocha Pitta.

HS Projects have great skill in marrying their exhibitions with the venues involved.  This one in the Sala Brasil which has themes of trade and travel examines the value of things, including art and reflects a space that has been a centre for shipping (Hamburg America Line, P&O) and trade.  Do try and get along and see it – it is thought provoking and fun.

Adriano Costa Novos Contemporâneos / New Contemporaries-tea time 2015 Site specific installation print on fabric Dimensions variable Ed. of 2 + 1 AP Photo credit: Panayiotis Sinnos Funded by Arts Council England

Adriano Costa
Novos Contemporâneos / New Contemporaries-tea time 2015
Site specific installation print on fabric
Dimensions variable
Ed. of 2 + 1 AP
Photo credit: Panayiotis Sinnos
Funded by Arts Council England

What separates us is funded by the Arts Council with the Brazilian Embassy in London, Christie’s Education and Sound in the City as additional supporters.

 

Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm or by appointment

 

http://www.hsprojects.com

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