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Nacimiento: 1926 en São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil
Fallecimiento: 2017 en Cotia, Sao Paulo, Brasil
Exposiciones colectivas vigentes: Ar livre
Ferias en las que participa con OBRA : ArtsLibris ARCOmadrid 2019, JustLX 2018, ARCOmadrid 2015
Galerías y otras organizaciones que le representan: Galeria Nara Roesler
Organizaciones con obra: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Instituto Itaú Cultural, Instituto Tomie Ohtake
Profesionales con obra: Fernando Assad Abdalla
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Publicada el 03 jun de 2014      Vista 351 veces

Descripción del Artista

Falleció en noviembre de 2017. In november 2020, Galeria Nara Roesler announce the representation of the Estate of Amelia Toledo (1926–2017). Toledo is a leading figure of Brazilian art in the twentieth century, with a career spanning over five decades, marked by a beginning of distinctive engagements with constructive sculptural experimentations, and her subsequent development of iconic entwinements between the realm of art and nature. Toledo was first introduced to the field of Visual Arts at the end of the 1930s as she began frequenting Anita Malfatti’s studio, after which she undertook studies alongside Yoshiya Takaoka and Waldemar da Costa. Throughout her career, the artist made use of various different media and techniques, ranging from painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, to installations and jewelry designs, always maintaining a great deal of attention to material details and faktura in developing and manipulating her production. Her encounters with iconic figures of Brazilian Modern Art encouraged her to develop a multifaceted oeuvre, entwining diverse artistic languages, which further flourished through her contact with other artists of her generation including Mira Schendel, Tomie Ohtake, Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Pape. Amelia Toledo’s work resonates today more than ever through her continuous articulation of aesthetics and nature, ecology and form, stressing both the sophistication of design and the roughness of matter/materials. According to critic and curator Agnaldo Farias, "the artist is agile in working with media ranging from drawings to installation, painting on the immaculate white of the paper, as well as on the rough expressivity of jute; from producing objects to be delicately manipulated by the public—let's avoid the term 'spectator', which implies a passivity that is opposite to Amelia Toledo's poetics—, also including delicate collections of things captured in nature—shells and stones—, to her works of public scale. Yes, it is prodigious, the artist is just as capable of producing intimate spaces, that can be experienced through a mere touch or a close gaze, as she is able of undertaking architectural endeavors and urban spaces." Another central pillar of Toledo's work is color, an interest that notably manifests itself in her paintings, amongst other works. The artist explained her relationship with color as follows: "The presence of matter, of substance, becomes evident because I work with pigment, but it is also evident that it is opaque, it is matte, it is pigment. It is the gestures of color that progressively organize schemes through juxtaposition." Critic and curator Moacir dos Anjos furthers this idea in saying that, "in her work, color transits freely from canvas to sculpture, and architectural space, taking shape through the world. Her paintings must be seen and thought of as skins. They are skins of color." Between 2004 and 2011, Galeria Nara Roesler represented Amelia Toledo, during which time the artist received ample critical acclaim with solo and group exhibitions at important institutions such as Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Museu Oscar Niemeyer, Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP), Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (MAM-SP), Instituto Itaú Cultural, Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (MNBA) and Paço das Artes, most of which now hold her works in their permanent collections; as well as her participation in the 29th Bienal de São Paulo. Most recently, her work was famously included in the exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 at the Hammer Museum (2018), in Los Angeles (USA), with itinerancy at the Brooklyn Museum, New York/NY, USA and at Pinacoteca de São Paulo/SP, Brazil. Galeria Nara Roesler held three major solo presentations of the artist's work, including both retrospective and recent selections of works, while also participating in the publication of the monograph Amelia Toledo – the Nature of Artifice with texts by curator Agnaldo Farias. Today, Galeria Nara Roesler will return to representing the artist's estate, reaffirming the gallery’s commitment to offering visibility and cementing recognition for fundamental figures of national and international artistic traditions. In February 2021, the gallery will inaugurate its new space in Chelsea, New York (USA) with an exhibition dedicated to Amelia Toledo, marking the artist's first solo presentation in the city.

Actualizado

el 09 nov de 2020

Exposiciones en las que ha participado como artista

Amelia Toledo ***CANCELADA/APLAZADA***
Desde 01 mar de 2020

Amelia Toledo ***CANCELADA/APLAZADA***

Galeria Jaqueline Martins / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

Plano geral - exposicion de Amelia Toledo - Foto Filipe Berndt. Cortesia Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri 2
17 oct de 2019 - 14 nov de 2019

Amelia Toledo

Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri SP / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

Dobras da Memória
01 sep de 2018 - 29 sep de 2018

Dobras da Memória

Galeria Murilo Castro / Minas Gerais, Brasil


Ar livre
Vigente
25 jul de 2020 - 30 ene de 2021

Ar livre

Fazenda Boa Vista / Porto Feliz, Sao Paulo, Brasil

Tuneu  Sem título 2008 fotopintura, transfer fotográfico e acrílica s tela 153 x 80 cm
19 mar de 2020 - 27 mar de 2020

Coleção de um Artista

Ricardo Camargo Galeria / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

Maria Noujaim (+ -) 2019
24 sep de 2019 - 24 ene de 2020

Comigo Ninguém Pode

Galeria Jaqueline Martins / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil


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