Gradually returning to face-to-face events, the cultural space Alfaiataria opened its pop-up stand for the sale of books, publications and printed matter by independent artists and collectives.
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Visits can go on until the 20th of August. The stand is open from Tuesday to Friday, from 2 pm to 6 pm, at Rua Riachuelo, 274, in the center of Curitiba. The space can also be accessed virtually on the Tailor’s website.
Bringing together artists who work with photography, prints, zines, posters, t-shirts, buttons and books, the stand will sell works by local artists.
“Our relationship with books and independent publications is one of passion and enthusiasm. In the curatorship for the participation of the bank, we seek to invite artists who prioritize graphic experimentation and also urgent initiatives dedicated to the dissemination of current texts and works that subvert traditional forms, either by their themes or distribution means”, says Luana Navarro, artist-manager of Tailoring.
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From Curitiba, it will be possible to acquire works by Ana Gonzalez, a printmaker recognized for the irony in her works and the play with words and the advertising imagery. Screenprints and T-shirts by Jozé Roberto da Silva are also available; serigraphs of Bem-te-vi Graphic and Count Baltazar; photographs and objects by Elenize Dezgeniski; prints by Lucas Alameda; multiple works by Silvia da Silva; zines and translations by Machorra Edições Piratas, dedicated to the dissemination of sapatão production; Sudden Company dramaturgies; and the production of the writing group Membrana, formed by more than 15 artists.
Source: BoF Paraná
Edition: Lia Bianchini