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Lucas Simões: Perpetual Instability (2015)
6 March - 11 April 2015
Space In Between, Unit 26 (2nd Floor), Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN
Space In Between (SIB) is delighted to present a solo exhibition of new work by Brazilian artist Lucas Simões. Perpetual Instability will be the artist's first solo exhibition in London, and will see Simões present an installation of new works in concrete responding to the current situation of Brutalist architecture.
This exhibition is part of a wider artistic exchange between SIB and Emma Thomas gallery Sao Paulo, which represent Simões. The second half of this exchange is a solo show by London-based Simon Linington (SIB) at Emma Thomas.
Ana Maria Pacheco Sculpture: Norwich 2015
16 March - 25 April 2015
Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Four Ana Maria Pacheco sculpture exhibitions will run concurrently at The Gallery at NUA, Norwich Cathedral, the keep at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery and at the Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist Starting on Tuesday March 17th. The 1985 sculpture, The Banquet, that reflects on abuse or exercise of power, will be installed at NUA. This work, from 1985, dates from the time that the artist was Head of Fine Art at what was then Norwich School of Art. In Norwich Cathedral, Shadows of the Wanderer, 2008 will be installed in the North Transept and remain there for about six months. This work reflects on concerns about migration and the movement of displaced peoples. Eight new polychromed alabaster reliefs will be installed in the Keep at Norwich Castle. And two heads of St John the Baptist, that also reflect on the exercise and abuse of power, will be placed in the Catholic Cathedral. These installations will all enable a new and diverse audience to experience these powerful works in a setting removed from the more conventional gallery. See below for admission times and dates.
Dois por Quatro
28 March 2015 | 7pm
The Forge and Foundry Camden Town, 3-7 Delancey St, London NW1 7NL
We kick things off on Saturday the 28th of March at The Forge in Camden Tow, now as part of a bigger project called LAPA in LONDON, which is a whole day of Brazilian Activities ( more details below). We’re delighted to welcome Dois por Quatro as our first special guests of the year. Dois por Quatro (or Two by Four in English) was formed by long term friends Allan Abbaddia (trombone), Deni Domenico (cavaquinho), Leandro Oliveira (flute), Rafael Toledo (pandeiro), and Wesley Ferreira (seven-string guitar). Three of them have even played with us before as part of Choro Moço way back in 2012 and they rocked!
In the Eye of the Storm: Politics in Brazil Today - A talk by Murillo de Aragão (Arko Advice)
5 April 2015 | 8.30am
Norton Rose Fullbright, 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ
Join us on the riverside for a discussion on the current political scene in Brazil. The event will start with a networking breakfast and end with a Q&A session after the talk. With foreign press reporting glimpses of a country in a state of political tension, it has become no secret that Brazil has been facing various governmental challenges over the past year.
Anglo-Brazilian Society: BRASILISSIMO!!
24 April 2015 | 6.30pm
Grange City Hotel, 8-14 Cooper's Row, London EC3N 2BQ
Join the Anglo-Brazilian Society for a Brasilissimo party! The ticket price for Brasilissimo 2015 is £55, or 2 tickets for £100. The ticket price includes a buffet dinner, drinks, a DJ and of course live music for a night of dancing. For further details and tickets, please click on the link below.
Baila Brazil - Bale de Rua
5 - 15 August 2015
Royal festival hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX
Join the acclaimed dancers and percussionists of Balé de Rua on a musical journey. After departing from the streets of their favelas, they conquered the most prestigious theatres around the world. Now the performers of Balé de Rua have decided to invite their talented friends – B-Boys, sambistas, capoeiristas, musicians and singers – on a thrilling journey into the heart of their African and urban roots.