Daniel Albuquerque at auroras / São Paulo

Daniel Albuquerque
Piece of me

June 12 - September 11, 2021

auroras
Av. São Valério, 426
São Paulo, Brazil
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Piece of me. Exhibition view.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Nose, 2021. Installation view.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Glans, 2021. Installation view.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Nipples, 2021. Installation view.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Nose, 2021. Installation view.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Glans, 2021. Installation view.
Ear, 2021. Bronze with patina, 6 x 4,5 x 3 cm each.
Nipples, 2021. Bronze with patina, 3cm in diameter each.
Glans, 2021. Bronze with patina, 3,5 x 3,5 x 2 cm each.
Nose, 2021. Bronze with patina, 4 x 4 x 3 cm .
Nipples, 2021. Bronze with patina, 3cm in diameter each.
Daniel Albuquerque at auroras. Piece of me. Exhibition view.

All images courtesy and copyright of Daniel Albuquerque and auroras. Photos by Ding Musa.

auroras is pleased to present our first multiple series in collaboration with Daniel Albuquerque. The series of four works in bronze features fragments of the body: an ear, a nose, two nipples and a glans. Although these are works that have already appeared in the artist's production with other materials, this is the first time that the edition is carried out in bronze with colored patina. 


The works are presented in our Project Room, where the artist has arranged the series in a line covering the entire space. The project's title borrows the name of the famous song by Britney Spears “Piece of me”. Like the music, this series of works has a strong erotic connotation, thinking about the dissemination of “pieces” of the artist.


Daniel Albuquerque (Rio de Janeiro, 1983) lives and works in São Paulo. His artistic practice begins in 2012, alongside his postgraduate studies in Art and Philosophy at PUC-Rio and courses at EAV Parque Lage. Among his recent exhibitions are the solos “Room”, Pivô, São Paulo (2019-2020); “Batom”, Cavalo, Rio de Janeiro (2018); “Oral”, BFA, São Paulo (2017). Selected group shows are “36o Panorama da Arte Brasileira”, curated by Júlia Rebouças (2019); “The House where you live forever”, curated by Marina Coelho, Garage Rotterdam, Netherlands (2019); “Perdona que no crea”, curated by Victor Gorgulho, Carpintaria, Rio de Janeiro (2019); “The third hand”, curated by Erika Verzutti, Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo; “Laugh and tears have no accent”, curated by Fernanda Brenner, Camden Arts Council, United Kingdom (2016); “Lastro em Campo”, curated by Beatriz Lemos, SESC Consolação, São Paulo (2016); “Permanências e Destruições”, curated by João Paulo Quintella, Rio de Janeiro (2016). Since 2018, he is a Master's student in the Post-Graduation Program in Social History of Culture at PUC-Rio. 

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