Brasilia split in half, a new work by Gabriel Wickbold, was one of the most surprising installations at the last edition of SP Arte in late August.
Inside was a Capitonê sofa and a crystal chandelier by Scatto Lampadário, an allusion to the divided country and the power games behind the scenes in the federal capital.
It had everything to do with the theme of the "Brazilian Routes" fair and the artist's moment.
Having attracted young collectors from the financial market and having his photographs controversial as a guaranteed investment, he now wanted to express himself in a . . .