:: Bandstand in Colors

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A group of artists planned an intervention at the bandstand in Liberty Square: to cover its grills with crochet squares. The Heritage Institute didn’t allow it and they had to improvise on movable grills put aside near it. You can visit the ‘Coreto a cores’ Facebook page.

Um grupo de artistas planejou uma intervenção no coreto na Praça da Liberdade: cobrir suas grades com quadrados de crochê. O Instituto do Patrimônio não o permitiu e eles tiveram que improvisar em grades móveis postas de lado perto dele. Visite a página do ‘Coreto a cores’ no Facebook.

3 thoughts on “:: Bandstand in Colors

  1. This is cool. We’ve been getting turned on to textile-based art more and more: from the lovely embroidery seen on the Smallest Forest blog, to the wonderful examples from throughout history in the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s Textile Collection. (Are there any embroidery-artists in Brasil?) Keep it coming!

    1. I published here one work of a family of embroiderers (with links). Now I remember two more artists: Rodrigo Mogiz (in Portuguese); ; ; .
      And Eugenio Paccelli Horta whom I couldn’t find any link, but I’ll try to get in touch with him, ask for some addresses and tell you back.

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