3 edition of Arthur Bispo do Rosário found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.Text in Portuguese and English.
|Statement||Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro|
|Publishers||Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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In a sense, their lives could not have been more different: Warhol the New York artist and socialite; Bispo a penniless, black Brazilian confined to primitive asylum. Com ela criou os famosos bordados sivamente para o dia do acerto de contas com Deus. The juxtaposition of words and objects is bizarre, but makes a strange kind of sense. Ao lado, a obra intitulada partida de xadrez. Bispo has been compared to Andy Warhol for the way he recycled everyday objects.
Rodrigo Correia 7 de setembro de 2012. Almeida, Jane de; Silva, Jorge Anthonio. The display demonstrated his fascination for the reappropriation of objects such as buttons, bottles, paper, card and cutlery, which he manipulated to create elaborate sculptural pieces.
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Instituto de Filosofia, Artes e Cultura - IFAC-UFOP. 20 de outubro de 2001. So does tapestry and rope.
In a sense, their lives could not have been more different: Warhol the New York artist and socialite; Bispo a penniless, black Brazilian confined to primitive asylum.
Much of his work hangs both literally and metaphorically in the air too, asking questions that are both visual and existential, burning in the viewer's mind long after the exhibition is left behind.
And recent criticism suggests that Bispo made use of the protection and stability of the asylum to create his work.