ArtRio arrives at the 12th edition between Terra e Mar

Divided into two pavilions at Marina da Glória, the fair aims to be a celebration of resilience, resilience, diversity, creativity and freedom

“One word defines ArtRio in 2022: celebration. It will be an edition marked by resilience, resilience, diversity, creativity and freedom”, declared Brenda Valansi, president of the fair in Rio de Janeiro, in the promotional material for the 12th edition. To this end, ArtRio places itself between Land and Sea, more specifically the two pavilions that it will occupy in Marina da Glória between tomorrow (preview) and Sunday (14 to 18 September). 

A Terra is the well-known central pavilion of the Marina, where the Panorama galleries will be located, with a focus on modern and contemporary art. O Mar is the new pavilion designed by architect Pedro Évora for the Esplanada da Marina, with around 3,000 m² and a breathtaking view of Guanabara Bay and the Sugarloaf Mountain in the background. The space houses Vista, a section of young galleries (up to 10 years old) that exhibit exclusive curatorship for the fair, as well as Solo.

The program, which features individual exhibitions designed for the fair, is curated by collector Ademar Britto for this edition. A physician, art collector and curator with a degree in Curatorial Studies from the Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage (RJ) and the Node Center for Curatorial Studies (Berlin), Britto chose nine different Brazilian artists, both in career and production.

Traveling through a very current scope of the Brazilian scene, they are Wallace Pato (Mendes Wood DM), Aurelino dos Santos (Almeida & Dale and Paulo Darzé), Jota (MT Projetos de Arte), Maxwell Alexandre (A Gentil Carioca), Gabriel Giucci (Leme ), Luana Vitra (Periscope), Emerson Uýra (C. Galeria), Elian Almeida (Nara Roesler) and Antonio Tarsis (Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel).

Mar also hosts two other programs at the fair: Mira, curated by Victor Gorgulho and Henrique Rondinelli and focused on video art by young and established artists, and Expansão, which houses 15 institutions and spaces for artistic dissemination and which make art social inclusion tool. 

They are 5 Bocas, Canal Curta!, Casa França-Brasil, Safe Art, Funarj, EAV Parque Lage, Instituto Inclusartiz / Tamanduar-te, Instituto Vida Livre, Margem + Évora, MAM Rio (which will sell its multiples, signed by names such as Anna Bella Geiger and Luiz Zerbini), MAR – Museu de Arte do Rio, Move Rio, Potência Ativa, Solar dos Abacaxis (which will soon open a second space) and Transrevolução / Casa Nem.

In all, 64 galleries participate in the fair (see complete list below) and the 15 art institutions listed above. All were selected by the curatorial committee, formed by Alexandre Roesler (Nara Roesler), Antonia Bergamin (Galatea), Filipe Masini and Eduardo Masini (Athena), Gustavo Rebello (Gustavo Rebello Arte), and Juliana Cintra (Silvia Cintra + Box 4). 

The traditional Focus Award will reward artists with up to 15 years of career with residencies in spaces around Brazil. A cycle of conversations focuses on current art themes, bringing distinguished guests, such as curator Keyna Eleison and artist Laura Lima. The complete schedule of ArtRio 2022 is on fair website.

“One word defines ArtRio in 2022: celebration. It will be an edition marked by resilience, resilience, diversity, creativity and freedom”, declared Brenda Valansi, president of the fair in Rio de Janeiro, in the promotional material for the 12th edition. To this end, ArtRio places itself between Land and Sea, more specifically the two pavilions that it will occupy in Marina da Glória between tomorrow (preview) and Sunday (14 to 18 September). 

ArtRio Galleries 2022

The Gentle Carioca — Rio de Janeiro | Sao Paulo

Almeida & Dale Art Gallery — São Paulo

Anita Schwartz Art Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

ArteFASAM Art Gallery — Belo Horizonte | Sao Paulo

Asphalt — Rio de Janeiro

Aura Gallery — Sao Paulo

Bordallo Pinheiro – Portugal

Carbon Gallery — São Paulo

Casa Triângulo — São Paulo

Cassia Bomeny Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Carcara – Sao Paulo

C.gallery – Rio de Janeiro

Central Gallery — Sao Paulo

( weather ) – Brasilia | Miami | Porto Alegre | Rio de Janeiro

Danielian — Rio de Janeiro

Folio — Sao Paulo

Forts D`Aloia & Gabriel – São Paulo | Rio de Janeiro

Gaby Indio da Costa Contemporary Art — Rio de Janeiro

Galatea — Sao Paulo

Athena Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Base Gallery — São Paulo

Ipanema Art Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Station Gallery — São Paulo

Inox Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Karla Osorio Gallery – Brasilia

Leme Gallery — Sao Paulo

Lume Gallery — Sao Paulo

MaPa Gallery – São Paulo | Rio de Janeiro

Marco Zero Gallery – Recife

Marilia Razuk Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Movement Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Periscope Gallery – Belo Horizonte | Sao Paulo

Radiant Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

Raquel Arnaud Gallery — São Paulo

Galleria Continua — San Gimignano | Beijing | Les Moulins | Havana | Rome | São Paulo | Paris

Gisela Projects — New York

Gustavo Rebello Art — Rio de Janeiro

Hilda Araujo Art Office — Rio de Janeiro

Jackie Shor Projects – Sao Paulo

Janaina Torres Gallery — São Paulo

Luciana Brito Gallery — São Paulo

Luis Maluf Art Gallery — São Paulo

Martha Pagy Art Office — Rio de Janeiro

Matias Brotas Contemporary Art — Vitória

Mendes Wood DM – São Paulo | New York | brussels

Mercedes Viegas Contemporary Art – Rio de Janeiro

Millan — Sao Paulo

MT Art Projects — Rio de Janeiro

Mul. you. pl — Rio de Janeiro

Nara Roesler – São Paulo | Rio de Janeiro | New York

OMA Gallery — Sao Paulo

Paulo Darzé Gallery – Salvador

Paulo Kuczynski Art Office — São Paulo

Pinakothek – Rio de Janeiro | São Paulo | Strength

Portas Vilaseca Gallery — Rio de Janeiro

PróArte Gallery- São Paulo

Rodrigo Ratton — Belo Horizonte

RV Culture and Art – Salvador

See — Sao Paulo

Silvia Cintra + Box 4 — Rio de Janeiro

Simões de Assis – Curitiba

Steiner — Sao Paulo

Red — Sao Paulo

Zipper Gallery — Sao Paulo 

Service:

ArtRio 2022

From September 14th to 18th, 2022

September 14: Guest preview

September 15th to 18th: open to the general public

Location: Marina da Glória – Av. Infante Dom Henrique, s/nº – Glória, Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Hours: 13:00 to 21:00; Sunday 12:00 to 20:00

Tickets: R$ 40 to R$ 80

PageReader Press Enter to Read Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Pause or Restart Reading Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Stop Reading Page Content Out Loud Screen Reader Support
en_US