|Cuándo:||05 ago de 2019 - 14 sep de 2019|
|Inauguración:||03 ago de 2019 / 14:00|
|Dónde:||Casa Triângulo / Rua Estados Unidos 1324 / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil|
|Organizada por:||Casa Triângulo|
|Artistas participantes:||Eduardo Berlíner|
Casa Triângulo is pleased to present Eduardo Berliner’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition brings together nineteen oil paintings on different supports [canvas and wood], as well as three groups of drawings. One of these groups consists of a set of ten notebooks made during the last year, the pages of which will be turned weekly during the exhibition period. For Eduardo Berliner, the quality of the surface of wood has warranted its use as a support in recent years. According to the artist, because it is smoother than canvas, it decreases the friction of the brushstroke, allowing for faster and more fluid lines and the creation of a hybrid space between drawing and painting. It is important to note that some of these works received additional sheets of plywood during the process, thus emphasizing their speculative aspect. Berliner works in an essentially introspective way: “Generally, the imagetic repertoire derives from the accumulation of records made on a daily basis over the course of years in my notebooks reconfigured by contact with the process of painting. They are notations of a distinct nature that fluctuate between the observation of my surroundings, information absorbed in a conscious and unconscious way, and a mapping of intimate questions with a strong psychological charge.” During the process of painting, in contact with the physicality of the materials, different questions of nature and temporality tend to coalesce, giving rise to images or situations that do not necessarily refer to a specific event, but rather to broad metaphors about the human condition.