Resumé

SOLANGE ESCOSTEGUY was born in Porto Alegre in 1945.  She has lived and worked in Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Milan, Budapest, Brasília, Washington D.C., Montevideo, New York City, Santiago and Luanda.  She has been living in Toronto since June 2010.

individual exhibitions

1966:   Guignard Gallery, Belo Horizonte- “The art of Solange Escosteguy and Antonio Dias”, wearable art;

Fashion Salon, Rio de Janeiro, wearable art;

Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro- “A happening”, choreography by Yole de Freitas and scenography by Antonio Dias, wearable art;

1967:   Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro- “Happening fashion show”, scenography by Helio Oiticica, music by Walter Smetak, and choreography by Renée Welle, wearable art;

1974:   Múltipla Gallery, Brasília, objects;

1977:   Cresça Art Center, Brasília- “Live Forms”, with teachers and students of Cresça, wearable art;

1978:   Cultural Foundation of Distrito Federal, Brasília- “Constructions”, objects;

1979:   Ensaio Group, Brasília, with the theater and dance group Ensaio, wearable art;

Cultural Foundation of Distrito Federal, Brasília- “The art of Solange Escosteguy and Minnie Sardinha”, wearable art;

1981:   Art Barn Gallery, Washington, wearable art;

Touchstone Gallery, Washington- “Constructions”, sculptures, objects, and drawings;

1983:   California State Polytechnic University, Pomona- “Tensions”, paintings and objects;

San Diego University, San Diego- “Tensions”, paintings and objects;

Brazilian American Cultural Institute, Washington- “Tensions”, paintings and objects;

1984:   Arts and Literature Center of Punta del Este- “Art and Movement I”, paintings and wearable art;

Museum of Contemporary Art, Montevideo- “Segments”, paintings and objects;

1985:   Arts and Literature Center of Punta del Este- “Art and Movement II”, wearable art;

Aramayo Gallery, Montevideo- “Live Forms”, paintings, objects, and wearable art;

Center of Brazilian Studies, Buenos Aires- “Segments”, paintings and wearable art;

1986:   Singular Gallery, Porto Alegre- “The art of wearing- live forms”, paintings and wearable art;

1987:   ARA, Office of Art, Brasília- “Live Forms”, paintings and wearable art;

1988:   Army Club, Brasília- “Live forms III”, wearable art;

1989:   Itaú Gallery, Brasília- “Constructions”, objects;

1995:   Cultural Corporation of Las Condes, Santiago- “Silence Zones”, relieves in paper maché;

1996:   Cultural Center Benjamin Carrion, Quito- “Silence Zones”, relieves in paper maché;

1997:   Villa Riso, Rio de Janeiro- “Silence Zones”, relieves in paper maché;

Marisa Soibelmann Gallery, Porto Alegre- “Silence Zones”, relieves in paper maché;

1998:   Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília – “Sentimental Alchemy”, relieves in paper maché;

2001:   Molino de Pérez, Visual Artists Association of Uruguay APEU, Montevideo – “Another skin – the body and its power”, relieves and sculptures in paper maché and large silk scarves;

Brazilian National Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro – “Another skin”, relieves and sculptures in paper maché and large silk scarves;

2002:   Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília – “Another Skin”, relieves and sculptures in paper maché and large silk scarves;

2006: Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília – “Beyond Object”, objects and sculptures.

group exhibitions

1964:   Vila Rica Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, paintings;

Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro- “Annual Exhibition of Arts and Crafts of the MAM”, wearable art;

1965:   Applied Arts Biennial of Punta del Este, wearable art;

1966:   Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro- “April Salon”, objects;

Relevo Gallery, Rio de Janeiro- “Supermarket 66”, objects;

Convivium Gallery, Salvador- “Point of view”, objects;

Biennial of Bahia, Salvador, objects;

1967:   Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro- “The New Brazilian Objectivity”, objects;

XVI National Salon of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, objects;

1969:   Il Discanto Gallery, Milan, jewelry in leather and metal;

Bricabrac Gallery, Milan, jewelry in leather and metal;

1973:   XXIII National Salon of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, objects;

I Global Salon of Spring, Brasília, objects;

1974:   XXXI Art Salon of the State of Paraná , Curitiba, objects;

1975:   XXIV National Salon of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, objects;

III Visual Arts Salon of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, objects;

Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo- “A Panorama of Contemporary Art”, invited artist, objects;

1978:   Gallery of Applied Art, São Paulo, wearable art;

I Documenta of Contemporary Art, Brasília, objects;

Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation, São Paulo- “The Object of Brazilian Art in the 60s”, invited artist;

Funarte, Brasília- “mini-works”, objects;

1979:   Oscar Seraphico Gallery, Brasília- “Brasília- Art Today”, objects;

Salon of the Army Club, Brasília, invited artist, objects;

II Documenta of Contemporary Art, Brasília, objects;

1981:   The District Building, Washington- “A slice of Washington art”, drawings;

1990:   National Salon of Arts and Crafts, São Paulo, wearable art;

1992:   XVI Annual Arts and Crafts Festival of the Lincoln Center, American Concern for Art and Craftsmanship, New York City, wearable art;

1993:   XVII Annual Arts and Crafts Festival of the Lincoln Center, American Concern for Art and Craftsmanship, New York City, wearable art;

1997:   ECT Art Gallery, Brasília- “Axis Brasília- Rio”, relieves in paper maché;

Cultural Center of the Central Bank of Brazil, Brasília- “Transient Changes”, relieves in paper maché;

Palácio das Convenções, Parque Anhembi, Clube Latinoamericano de Papeleros, São Paulo – “Paper Art”, relieves in paper maché;

1998:   Fundação Cultural do Distrito Federal, Brasília – “A Panorama of Visual Arts in the Distrito Federal”, Sala Martins Penna, relieves in paper maché;

Liceu de Artes e Ofícios, São Paulo – “Contemporary Artists from Brasília”, relieves in paper maché;

1998:   Fundação Cultural do Distrito Federal, Brasília – “One hundred ‘recuerdos’ for Garcia Lorca”, relieves in paper maché;

1998:   ECT Galeria de Arte, Rio de Janeiro – “Different Questions”, relieves in paper maché;

1998:   Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília – “Contemporary Artists from Brasília”, relieves

1998:   Caelum Gallery, New York – “Art from Brasília”, relieves in paper maché; and

1999:   Fundação Cultural do Distrito Federal, Brasília – “Records”, relieves and sculptures in paper maché;

1999:   Museum of Contemporary Art, Montevideo – “Records”, relieves and sculptures in paper maché;

2002:   Galeria del Paseo, Montevideo – “Wearable Art”, objects in paper maché and silk scarves;

2003:    Vida Interior, Montevideo, design for home decoration;

2003:    Galeria del Paseo, Montevideo – “Wearable Art II”;

2005:    ALADI 25th Anniversary, Montevideo – objects and relieves;

2008:    Coopearte 5a. Edição, Luanda – objects in papier maché; and

2009:    Coopearte 6ª. Edição, Luanda – objects.

2012:     Brazilian Day – City Council of Toronto

2012:    Expressions of Brazil – Toronto – “Self Portrait”

bibliography

Pontual, Roberto- Dictionary of Visual Arts in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Editora Civilização Brasileira, 1969

Cavalcanti, Carlos and others- Brazilian Dictionary of Visual Artists, Brasília, Ministry for Education and Culture, 1974

Figueredo, Aline- Visual Arts in the Midwest, Cuiabá , Federal University of Mato Grosso, 1979

Peccinini, Daisy Valle Machado and others- The Object in the Brazilian Art of the 60s, São Paulo, Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation

Lima, Marisa Alvarez- Marginália Art and Culture in the “Stone Age”, Rio de Janeiro, Salamandra, 1996

Rosa, Renato and Presser, Decio- Dictionary of Visual Arts in Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, 1997; and

Tommasi, Walter – Contemporary Artists from Brasília, CD, Cores do Brasil Art Gallery, São Paulo, 1998.

Peccini de Alvarado, Daisy Valle Machado – “Figurações Brasil: Anos 60” , Editora Universidade de São Paulo/Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, 1999.

 

workshops and lectures

Santiago – 1995/1996

Montevidéu – 1999/2004

Brasilia – 2004/2006

Angola -2009

Toronto – 2011/2012 – coffee with words

Toronto – workshop for children – Expressions of Brazil

 Stage Set and costumes

“Brazil the Land of tears and Soul” Newton Moraes Ballet Company- Toronto  2013

in the web

1998 – “Contemporary Artists from Brasília”, www.coresbrasil.com.br

2001 – “Arteuy”, http://www.solangeescosteguy.art.br

 

awards

1974:   XXXI Art Exhibition in the State of Paraná

1978:   I Documenta of Contemporary Art, Brasília

 

email: sescosteguy@terra.com.br

sites : www.solangeescosteguy.art.br

blog :www.solangeescosteguy.wordpress.com

facebook: Cafe com Letras em Dublin


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