The exhibition "Encontro na Transversal" gathers works signed by newly graduated artists from the Visual Arts Course - FAAP.

Following through with the exhibition program signed by newly graduated artists from the Visual Arts Course at FAAP, the Brazilian Art Museum (MAB-Center), located at Edifício Lutetia, owned by FAAP, presents the exhibition "Encontro na Transversal" from April 5th.

Having Professor Marcos Moraes as the curator, who is also responsible for the Visual Arts Course coordination at FAAP, the exhibition gathers works such as drawings, an object and a video projection of the alumni Barbara Malvar, Laís Rabello, Céline Bourdon, Ligia Gomes, Renata Malzoni and Roberta Schioppa.

During the visit, the public will have the opportunity to have contact with these artists creation, who have their own systematic research method in accordance with the path they have chosen individually to develop their work. These productions represent the media crossing and merging, as well as the research and content use from different fields of knowledge.

Created especially for the exhibition space, the works show the baggage acquired by these artists over the years of study and development, being the beginning and a landmark of their professional careers in the art world.

Besides presenting the works of these artists, the exhibition has as one of its objectives to offer to the visitors the opportunity to experience each stage of developing this type of activity, such as knowledge of the exhibition space, choice of works, a museum project preparation, production to enable the installation of the work within the exhibition space, as well as all other steps necessary to make concrete an  exhibition project.

In parallel to the exhibition opening, on April 5th, it will be held the Open Studio event where people will have the opportunity to meet the resident artists from FAAP Artistic Residence, supported by FAAP and located at Edifício Lutetia, and get to know the projects that they are developing in São Paulo, the techniques used by them and their perceptions of the city.

Resident artists: Jonathan Cane (South Africa), Ramiro Oller (Argentina), Flávia Vieira (Portugal) Ines Doujak and John Barker (Austria / England), who will also have their work exhibited at the 31ª Bienal de São Paulo  (31st Biennial).

Artistas residentes: Jonathan Cane (South Africa), Ramiro Oller (Argentina), Flávia Vieira (Portugal), Ines Doujak and John Barker (Áustria/Inglaterra), who will also have their work exhibited at the 31ª Bienal de São Paulo  (31st Biennial).