By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Inspired by the topic of urban coexistence, the exhibition ‘Fronteiras e Impermanências’ (Frontiers and Impermanences) opened in Niterói’s Espaço Cultural Correios gallery this Saturday, January 21st. Admission is free, and the exhibition will remain in the Niterói gallery until March 11th.
The exhibition was curated by one of six contributing artists, Mário Camargo, and shows works from José Luiz Schaefer, Marcelo Rezende, Margaret de Castro, Patrícia Tavares and Silvia Neves.
Artists looked at Rio de Janeiro as an example of how diverse groups co . . .