ArtRio, onde of the most famous events about art, happens at Marina da Glória in 2017.
The 7th edition of ArtRio – International Art Show of Rio de Janeiro, lands in Marina da Gloria on September 13-17. A great program for collectors and lovers of art, the show brings together around 70 galleries, offering a rich experience for visitors, who discover works produced in various forms and by artists of the most varied styles. The ArtRio programs are divided into Panorama, which displays the works of national and foreign galleries already established in the modern and contemporary art market, and Vista, which displays the work of newer galleries; as well as the special Solo and Mira, dedicated to pop culture and video-art, respectively.
During the12th to 17th the gardens of the MAM – Museum of Modern Art, host Interventions, one of the show’s high points, which for the fifth consecutive year takes contemporary Brazilian art to public spaces. Also on the 11th and 12th, there is CIGA – Integrated Tour of Art Galleries, when the city’s main galleries have special programs such as previews, meetings with artists and discussions. Also investing in promotion of the art market, the 5th edition of the FOCO Bradesco ArtRio Award, awards young artists with residencies in important Brazilian and international spaces, and with participation in the show.
Also at Marina da Gloria, the IDA – Rio Design Show comes for its fourth edition showing the latest trends in the art design segment, which in this edition displays a rich exhibition of Brazilian roots, valuing sustainability and creativity of professionals, bringing together the concepts of design and usability in single pieces or of limited series. During the IDA, Joia Brasil (Jewelry Brazil) takes place, an overview that highlights design in jewelry design and brings together renowned and newer names with innovative work.
The events wide range of cultural options includes a cycle of lectures and guided visits in cultural spaces of the city, such as an exhibition of José Bechara and exhibit of the restored work of Cândido Portinari, “Bodas de Caná” (Wedding at Cana), in the MAM foyer; the exhibition “Flutuação | Bispo do Rosário” (Floating – Bishop of the Rosary) at the Eva Klabin Foundation and a cycle of lectures offered by EARQ (Meeting of Architects and Designers) at the Museum of Tomorrow, among other concurrent events. To learn more about the complete ArtRio program, visit the event’s official website.
Tickets: from R$ 40 (full) | R$ 20 (half)