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InVersões

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Aline Figueiredo Animator and Art Critic Inversions, 2016  Daniel Pellegrim's work in the InVersões series is the result of his visual research in the field of digital art. Computer Art, a trend or technique, is constructed as an extension of Optical Art and Kinetic Art, which has been practiced since the second half of the 1960s. The first Computer Art exhibition was held at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London in 1968. Vladimir Bonacic (1938-1999), Karl Holzhauser (1944), Gottfriend Jager (1937) are significant international artists. In Brazil, it was introduced through the restless leadership of Valdemar Cordeiro (1925-1973), with the exhibition entitled “Arteônica/O uso criativo dos meios eletrônicos em arte,” held in São Paulo in 1972. Daniel Pellegrim was born in Marialva, Paraná, in 1975 and came to Mato Grosso in 1986. He began working with computer art in 2000. This “InVersões” series are examples of his forays into the field of digigraphy, a printing techniqu

Coisas que vi e InVersões

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Ludmila Brandão PhD in Communication and Semiotics, PUC/SP, 1999 Post-doctorate in Cultural Criticism, Unversité d'Ottawa/Canada, 2005 Things I've seen and InVersions by Dan Pelegrin: the work of affections, 2012. Exhibition Catalog To think about the works I have selected by Daniel Pellegrim, the Aesthetics (or thinking about art) that suits me is undoubtedly that formulated by the French Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) and Félix Guattari. Distancing themselves from idealistic aesthetics that favor concepts of beauty, harmony, the sublime, etc., or from the field of signification which, according to Zulmira Tavares' acid criticism, makes the object just a pretext for the game of interpretations, the French propose an aesthetic based on the sophisticated formulation of “sensation”, which is never confused with perceptions and feelings. It is not the eyes (or just the eyes), nor the heart (as the metaphorical organ of feeling), nor thought (or just thought) that generates the e

Assimetria dos lados - Diálogos Pertinentes

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Maria José Sanches PhD in Architecture and Urbanism, USP. Asymmetry of the sides, 2011 Relevant dialogues Cidade Imaginada is a work published by the Athos Bulcão Foundation in 1994, featuring a plastic-poetic essay by Wlademir Dias-Pino. The multiple references to Brasília are, in reality, reverences to the country's flagship city, where utopia and the imaginary are presented in plurivocal articulations, for the realization of ideas/ideals, an expression of human production, in the different areas of knowledge. Wlademir selected phrases, recomposed photographs to translate them into images that characterize the artist's work, dedicated to the conception of a pre-defined theme. Bringing together texts in prose and verse, connected to illustrations in perfect harmony, is a lesson from a master. Daniel Pellegrin's work, presented in this exhibition, is a tribute to the Cuiabanized artist from Rio de Janeiro, a free dialogue between the cultural values of his native land and t

Assimetria dos lados

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Marília Beatriz de Figueiredo Leite ( In memoriam ) Master in Communication and Semiotics/PUC-SP Asymmetry of the sides, 2011 Cipó que caligrafa a mata Sinuosidade que ziguezagueia a vida 2011 Fotografia manipulada Chpada dos Guimarães, MT “Figure: external form of a body Shadow Person Character Entity Personality”. Wlademir Dias Pino teaches in one of his poetic texts. It is with this weave that Pellegrim's work reveals itself: unveiling forms that balance and point to the bodies embedded and inscribed in the flesh of silence, silence broken from time to time by the letter/word, in verse/conversation, with word/void: the body of the image. An insinuating, seductive image, sculpted and captured. A focus that shifts in the tale, in the story, in the book that moves in the frame. The text - pure image! And the image is the artist himself, with his affections. So here's the revelation: the work is part of the mystery, of the art that lives in solitude and in the balance bet

Luk ti! Amelí. Bena mi, Gee. Guará! Stum

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Joice Gumiel Passos Master in Philosophy of Aesthetics, UFRJ, Member ABCA/AICA. Luk ti! Amelí. Bena mi, Gee. Guará! Stum. 2010 Exhibition catalog and newspapers from Cuiabá and Curitiba Experimental, playful, post-modern, he combines his current aesthetic concerns with toy art*. A version of contemporary pop art that presents “toy art”, a movement that uses techniques ranging from serial reproduction to handmade production and which, as a hybrid, includes both urbanity and technology, as well as the underground and the nonsensical. An aesthetic that presents itself through exotic characters that can be sweet, innocent, violent, subversive, comic, satirical and even heroic or erotic. The aim is always, in reverse order, to cause strangeness, a reaction in the viewer, like blowing and biting, or vice versa. Mixing urban art with local culture, technology with myths and global trends, “toy art” is equivalent to the demand for fun in post-modernity. Unique or limited edition works, nu

Pellegrim abre nova exposição em Chapada

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Pellegrim opens new exhibition in Chapada Luiz Fernando Vieira Journalist Transgenics, November 11, 2009 Life section - A Gazeta Chapada dos Guimarães appears even more enchanted in the new solo exhibition by artist Daniel Pellegrim, which bears the stigmatized name Transgenics. The painter renews himself and creates a new universe of landscapes and characters that sometimes seem strange, sometimes so familiar. They reveal a spirit of Brazilianness that is nonetheless universal in that it can be “read” by anyone, whether in the middle of the Cerrado, in the Northern Hemisphere or in Asia. The exhibition also marks the inauguration of a new space dedicated to art in the bucolic city. Anyone who remembers Pellegrim's other work will feel certain similarities with phases such as the nankin drawings from 1998, or the aliens series. Mainly because the sinuous, exotic shapes are something common between them. But his work is different, he imagines scenarios, characters and situations

Operação Abaporu

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Émyle Daltro PhD in Art from the University of Brasília (UnB) Operation Abaporu, 2007 XXIV Young Art Salon, Folha 3, Folha do Estado A security guard weighing over a hundred kilos, with his face closed and arms crossed. In front of him is a desk, on top of which are wads of cash, a Mauser pistol, cell phones, the sheet with the news and a pair of black panties. When we approached, intimidated by the scene, the security guard kindly offered us the seized money. Irony, a parody, as in a traditional seizure, the table is set up with the seized products, working with the iconography of the images present in police notebooks. For the critic Kátia Canton, “the insertion of contemporary art in a situation of clash between a sincerity sought by the artist and a cynicism, which appears as disbelief in prevailing values and in this perspective, a parodic attitude emerges, used as a strategy to control and recreate a reality, detailed by the hands and thought of the artist,” is a current tre

Objeto Encontrado

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José Serafim Bertoloto. Professor and art historian, PhD in Communication and Semiotics Object Found - 2001 Cuiabá newspapers Access other works by clicking here. In this show, Daniel Pellegrim reduces the theme to the universe of everyday life, where images appropriated from objects mix and merge into an illusory and futuristic scenario. His info-prints are thought out and articulated from an initial concept, but through the manipulation of objects and experimentation with new textures, and with a strong helping hand from chance, the creative process materializes into a work. The ARNO brand of the blender stands out amid human figures torn apart by its action. The scene is completed by the liquid flow of the mug leaning over the desired work. He also uses money notes and contorted papers in a composition with the camera and slide projector. The new and the old are articulated and contextualized in the handle of the scissors, the telephone and the poster for the Cuiabá film festiv

Alienígenas

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José Serafim Bertoloto Professor and art historian PhD in Communication and Semiotics Aliens, 2000 Cuiabá newspapers Throughout his history, man has had the unknown as a reference point; fear and Freudian desire lead us to imagine things. Things that the imagination that sees no limits, nor qualitative content, in this thinking. The artist, much more than other individuals, doesn't stipulate barriers and, in his creative process, transmits part of this inner effervescence to our reality. We are being watched, and an enigmatic gaze is constantly reaching us through the crack in the window. An alien being is studying our behavior, what could be the reason for this approach? What are they? Enigmatic beings, or absurdities of our ignorance? Man fears the unknown, which at the same time intrigues and fascinates him, urging him to search and discover. Autochthonous figures in our thinking visualize the alien with the same image. The primitive side of thought in relation to untouched

Contraste e Imaginação

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Roseli Riechelmann Journalist Contrast and Imagination Folha do Estado newspaper - April 13, 1999 Irregular lines, strong colors, contrast and imagination. With these compositions, artist Daniel Pellegrim Sanchez will be showing his canvases in Cuiabá. Sanchez's exhibition, which opened yesterday at the Cultural Space of Shopping Goiabeiras, puts the artist's abstract surrealism  on display until April 23. Sanchez is one of the new crop of artists. Although he has been drawing and painting since childhood, he only started exhibiting his work two years ago. The style of this man from Marialva, Paraná, follows the masters Dali and Miró. Abstract, pop and surrealism can be found in his acrylics on canvas. According to Daniel Sanchez, his source of inspiration depends on the moment, the scene he is experiencing. “I draw inspiration from everyday life. From a fishing trip, a stroll through the city,” he says. Intuition is the author's strongest and most striking trait. In