Exhibition brings together canvases by Brazilian plastic artists that art history left in the background
There are several Brazilian artists not punctuated by the history of art. Curated by Ana Paula Cavalcanti Simioni, Women artists: in the salons and everywhere, in the Arte132 gallery , proposes a reassessment of some of them. The exhibition, on view between June 4th and July 30th, brings together works by female painters, some of them from the academy, and most of them with constant participation in salons from the first half of the 20th century. that many remained anonymous and very few reached the status achieved by male artists. The show brings together a set of works by these artists, produced in the first half of the 20th century, and by Dorothy Bastos and Miriam Chiaverini, produced in the second half. In parallel, Ana Paula publishes the book Mulheres Modernistas, by Editora da USP.