Exhibition was conceived as a site-specific, where each of the five rooms has a unique selection of paintings and objects covering the walls, from the floor to the ceiling.
In the first room, there are paintings with their style that are most known, with references to the imaginary of Brazilian culture and its traditions, and also signs of a new artistic moment, more geometric and clean.
In another room, the brothers covered the walls with references to hip hop culture, including bboy icons such as Ken Swift, a collaboration with Doze Green done over a photograph by Martha Cooper besides paintings in the format of boomboxes with speakers.
In another room, the “Kiss” sculpture takes the spectator to other universes through music produced 100% automatically, just like a big music box.
Photos: Max Yawney
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“Silence of the Music” exhibition
From 8th September to 22 October
Lehmann Maupin gallery
536 West 22nd Street
New York NY 10011