RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to its organizers, the exhibition, curated by José Augusto Ribeiro and assisted by Daniel Donato Ribeiro, presents an unprecedented perspective of the past 120 years of Brazilian art history, examining the numerous ways in which industry has impacted the production of artworks in the country since early last century.
According to the Pinacoteca, the selection focuses on issues internal to the works and discusses the impacts of modern industry on art concepts and social contexts in which such paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs, objects, films, and poems were produced.
The organizers explain that the machine is . . .