Graziella Pinto, Cacho de Palavras, 2020. Plastic balls.
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Sit – Read – Write is the 3rd edition of the Project, Circular – art in the square Adolpho Bloch. The project “Arte na Praça Adolpho Bloch”, idealised and made by Farah Service, the most important urban improvements company in Brazil, comes to its third edition, with more purpose than ever, more mature and connected with nowadays adversities and a huge passion from the artistic class whose thirsty for an opportunity of expressing their artwork and getting close to the public. Fourteen new artists expose their work and join the four remaining artworks from the previous editions that includes Bruno Novaes, Douglas White, Rodrigo Sassi e Oskar Metsavaht. There are also two fixed installations, Hugo França´s bench and Ciro Schu’s swing.

The renowned French curator, Marc Pottier is responsible for choosing artists and all artwork that forms the exhibition. For the first time he invites an international artist, the Mexican Jorge Méndez Blake. Besides him, Claudia Jaguaribe, Delphine Araxi Sanoian, Felipe Seixas, Flávio Brick, Graziella Pinto, Lucas Dupin, Maria Fernanda Paes de Barros e Kulikyrda Mehi- nako -of the Kaupüna tribe, Renata Adler, Renata Barros, Rodrigo Bueno, Susanne Schirato and Verena Smit, are part of the new crew of the project.

The show can be viewed at The Adolpho Bloch Square, located at the intersection of Avenida Brasil and Rua Colombia, in the Jardins region of central São Paulo, from the 20th of September to the 31st of January, 2021.



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