From the documentary-series 'Contemporary Art in Brazil'.
Reporter / filmdirector Ernst-Daniel Nijboer followed and interviewed various artists in Brazil and produced
a survey of various art movements and developments since the beginning of the last century in Brazil.
From the mainly 'Concreto' orientated movement in Sao Paulo up to the 'NeoConcreto' in Rio de Janeiro.
One of the conclusions of this inventory is the major inspiration by the insights and works of Dutch artist Piet Mondriaan (1872-1944), which nowadays still inspires the elder and young generation of artists in Brazil.
This documentary as part of a series, shows (international known) Brazilian artists like Daniel Senise, Tunga,
Jose Bechara, Anna Bella Geiger, curators Herkenhoff and Duarte and young artists like Fernando De La Roque...
In the upcoming Part 2 of the documentary-series 'Contemporary Art from Brazil', more works and interviews will be highlighted, such as artist Enrica Bernadelli, and emerging artists like Daniel Toledo,...
© Visuals Studio Brazil
Reporter - director Ernst Daniel Nijboer
Rio de Janeiro
Special thanks to Enrica Bernadelli