Héctor Zamora: The Abuse of History

A multi-faceted art exhibition is invading the abandoned Matarazzo Hospital in São Paulo, Brazil. The event highlights 100 artists and marks the launch of the three-volume set, Made by Brazilians, a curated look at works by Brazil’s most creative individuals.

Upon restoration, the building is to become the Cidade Matarazzo, a mixed-use cultural and touristic complex.

A proud supporter of the arts, LUISAVIAROMA is sponsoring two bright young artists during the five-week installation: Saner and Héctor Zamora. Héctor Zamora, from Mexico City, creates large-scale specialprojects around the globe like the Venice Art Biennale and Christchurch Botanic Gardens in New Zealand. His installations are primarily constructed in public spaces and often contain underlying social commentary.

Tags: art

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