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Association Inscrire, Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro

Association Inscrire have inaugurated a socio-educational pilot art and ceramic project at a reformatory for young offenders, on the Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro. The intention of the project was to reflect on and demonstrate, through an artistic intervention, an understanding and respect for the rights and duties of citizenship. The project will set … Continue reading

Le Grand BanKet de Françoise Schein. Centrale art centre, Brussels 26 June 2016

Le Grand BanKet is a participatory project in Brussels initiated by Françoise Schein to create an installation of ten tables in public space and a public feast. As a climax to the participatory project based on meeting of people, and the free expression of making art without the aim of making art, the banquet feast … Continue reading

Atelier Azulejaria: Correspondências Cariocas – O Rio em 450 azulejos (Rio in 450 tiles)

During the 450th anniversary of the City of Rio de Janeiro, between March 1st 2015 and March 1st 2016, a project conceived and created by Atelier Azulejaria, designed a ceramic mural consisting of 450 tiles, individually created by the children of Maré neighbourhood. The project has involved forty-five students between 7 and 15 years old, … Continue reading

Torre Arcobaleno, Milan

Torre Arcobaleno (Rainbow Tower) in Milan was once an anonymous water reservoir, built in 1964, on the site of the FS Milano Porta Garibaldi railway station. The Tower was first renovated for the football World Cup held in Italy in 1990, metamorphosing a public utility into a recognisable urban beacon. Since then, the Torre Arcobaleno … Continue reading

eu sambo eu jongo eu rio – Atelier Azulejaria, Rio de Janeiro

 eu sambo eu jongo eu rio – (I sambo I jongo I laugh/Rio) is an art project for two large ceramic tiles panels created by the artist Laura Taves / Atelier Azulejaria located in the north of Rio de Janeiro on a stretch of road Transcarioca, between the districts of Campo Grande, Cascadura, Madureira and … Continue reading