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Galeria Vermelho

Institution

The gallery opened in 2002 and it was renovated by a very important Brazilian architect. It is organized in three buildings, one of which is especially dedicated to new shows.  The buildings surround an internal courtyard which hosts a nice little restaurant.  The wall facing the entrance is used as an exhibition space which integrates the internal ones.

One of the buildings is made up of two floors, both aimed at showing artworks.  Downstairs there is the warehouse and a small bookshop, while on the second floor there is a little balcony also dedicated to exhibiting pieces of art and offering a magnificent view of the city.

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Report

The gallery represents 40 artists, most of whom are Brazilian (Amilcar Packer, Ana Maria Tavares, André Komatsu, Cadu, Carla Zaccagnini, Cássio Vasconcellos, Chelpa Ferro, Chiara Banfi, Cinthia Marcelle, Claudia Andujar, Daniel Senise, Detanico E Lain, Dias E Riedweg, Ding Musa, Eduardo Srur, Fabio Morais, Gabriela Albergaria, Héctor Zamora, João Loureiro, Leandro Da Costa, Leandro Lima E Gisela Motta, Leya Mira Brander, Lia Chaia, Manuela Marques, Marcelo Cidade, Marcelo Zocchio, Marco Paulo Rolla, Marilá Dardot, Matheus Rocha Pitta, Maurício Ianês, Mônica Nador, Nicolás Robbio, Odires Mlászho, Rafael Assef, Ricardo Carioba, Rogério Canella, Rosângela Rennó, Superflex, Tiago Judas).

Vermelho organizes ten individual shows per year with these represented artists.  In order to select their artists, they always look for something different, special and new.  For this reason, they try to focus on young people coming out of universities.

The decision on what will be displayed in the exhibition space is the artistic director’s responsibility and this selection is not usually based on the search for Brazilian themes.

The gallery staff is really focused on taking care of every single artist, also helping them arrange exhibitions outside their gallery.

by Stefania Bosia

Galeria Vermelho website

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