Essays and dialogues about the human figure, constructions and deconstructions.

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Essays and dialogues about the human figure, constructions and deconstructions.

Time: May 7, 2012 to June 1, 2012
Location: Ministry of Finance located on the esplanade of the ministries in Brasília, Brazil
Street: Espalanada dos Ministérios
City/Town: Brasília, Brasil
Website or Map: http://www.morenuartist.com
Phone: +55 61 3226-7148 ‎
Event Type: individual, painting, exhibition.
Organized By: Curator: Luiz de Alcântara. Art Professor by the the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels.
Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2012

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On May the 7th, 2012 at the Arts Tunnel from the Ministry of Finance located on the esplanade of the ministries in Brasília, Brazil, will open the exhibition: Essays and dialogues about the human figure, constructions and deconstructions of MORENU artist (Gustavo Rincón Moreno) In this sample the author examines the human figure from different points of view, discussing its relationship with its environment through stylized acrylic paintings on canvas, in which mixing painting techniques with particular style, sometimes spatulate, sometimes watercolor and always adding details traits in dry loose with paintbrushes. Strong expressionists influences are present in the work of the artist who is also a certified plastic surgeon, trained in Rio de Janeiro, but resident for six years in the federal Brazil's capital. The exhibition will open to visitors at the time of 09 to 18 hours from Monday to Friday and will remain until the day 01/06/2012.

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