HANGAR ABERTO (OPEN DAY)
24 de Abril, 2018 | Terça-feira, 18h às 20h
Curadora convidada: Cristiana Tejo
Os artistas falam sobre seus processos artísticos e mostram os trabalhos desenvolvidos durante a residência no Hangar.
Margherita Isola (Faenza,1977), lives and works between Italy and Brazil. Graduated in History of the Performing Arts by the University of Florence, in Dance Pedagogy by RIDC- Rencontre Internationale de Danse Contemporaine de Paris, she was resident at the Accademia Isola Danza- Biennale di Venezia directed by Carolyn Carlson. Since 2007 she has worked as a visual artist and performer, mixing practices and medias: Performance, installation, embroidery, engraving, graphic arts, painting and collages. Isola presented works and performances at Charleroi Danse Biennal 2011; Leyden Gallery, London; Grace Exhibition Space – New York; Festival Trouble 8 # Space for Live Art – Brussels; International Biennial of Young Art – Moscow, among others.
Yasmine Louis is a Francophone artist working in Toronto, Canada. Over the years, she has gained a notable reputation in Toronto’s applied art scene and more recently in the visual art field. She has featured her silkscreen printed products in the largest craft shows in Canada and the U.S. and was commissioned three times for limited edition shirts by Toronto’s most prestigious art gallery, the Art Gallery of Ontario. In addition, 13 of her silkscreen prints on paper are officially part of the City of Toronto’s Art Collection. In the last few years she has taken her work in many directions, exploring different techniques and art forms, including public art and installation. Yasmine Louis has previously held residencies at The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM) in Iceland, Channel Surf in Canada and Amsterdam’s Grafisch Atelier (AGALAB) in the Netherlands.
Loli Aldazabal (1980, Buenos Aires, ARG). Lives and works in Buenos Aires. Graduated in Visual Arts at Santa Ana Institute of Fine Arts, Aldazabal uses photography and painting as her main artistic process. She has participated in many exhibitions, including the XXII Student Encouragement Hall of the Municipality of Avellaneda, where she got a Jury Mention. Travelling around the world, specially to the East, has helped Loli Aldazabal find a concept for her work, mainly focused on her daily reflections and self-reference.
Cassiana Der Haroutiounian
Cassiana Der Haroutiounian (b.1984, São Paulo, Brazil). Lives and works in São Paulo. Photographer and filmmaker, Cassiana Der Haroutiounian studied cinema for two years and graduated in Photography from Senac/São Paulo. She co-directed the feature film Armenian Rhapsody and directed the short film Migration. Since 2010 Cassiana Der Haroutiounian studies the Armenian mountains to develop part of her personal projects. She was the photography editor for Serafina Magazine, a supplement published by the Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo for five years; held two solo exhibitions in 2017 in Yerevan, Armenia and Athens, Greece, as well as group shows in 2014, 2015 and 2016.