23/07/2013

Baitogogo at palais de tokyo, Paris












Who : Henrique Oliveria
What : baitogogo
Where : Palais De Tokyo
Website : http://www.henriqueoliveira.com/
Photo : Andr√© Morin & Marc Domage


Henrique Oliveria is a Brazillian artist born in Sao Paulo who is well known with his sculpture, painting and installation.

Oliveria recently had an installation went up in paris at Palais de Tokyo. The installation 'baitogogo' is form and consist of tapume woood sticks, which are commonly used in the streets of Sao Paulo to construct fences or to isolate public access from the development sites.

The installation is like a tree growing out from the existing pillars and beams. Oliveria, who is well known for his architectural integrations manipulated the space with multiform organic forms has given the audience a spectacular experience visually and physically.


Video Courtesy of My Art Agenda

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