Joao Henrique Brandao was born in Curitiba, Brazil and received his undergraduate degree from the School of Visual Arts of Parana.
Starting on February 2, 2010, at the Brazilian Consulate in New York City, paper maker Junia d’Affonseca will exhibit her latest works in a new solo art show titled Papers.
Having recently become a favorite of local collectors and art critics, Brazilian sculptor Israel Vinicius Macedo, a 25-year-old from São Paulo, Brazil, is ready to become a full-time artist.
A Tribute to Villa-Lobos, the art show curated by Alcinda Saphira, Rene Nascimento and Antonio Oliveira at the United Nations building in New York City, had its public reception on October 30.
Park Avenue Armory launched its first commissioned art installation with Anthropodino, a large-scale, interactive sculpture by world-renowned artist, Ernesto Neto. Using hundreds of yards of translucent material, Neto suspends a gigantic canopy from the drill hall’s latticework truss, spanning 120 feet wide and 180 feet long.