The 'ESPÉCIES NATIVAS' (Native Species) project marks the debut collaborative exhibition of artists Genivaldo Amorim from Brazil and Jorge Dias from Mozambique. Hosted in Valinhos, São Paulo, Brazil, the exhibition boasts four significant installations. Genivaldo Amorim's “Caravels are Always Dangerous” and “Peçonhas” evoke a sense of looming peril. On the other hand, Jorge Dias's installations, "Cocoons” and “Flows: Lines and Colors,” delve into themes like transformation and the essence of materials.
Beyond the exhibition, the project extended its outreach through the release of a catalog, a series of workshops, and a virtual tour.
Click here for the virtual tour.

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