The Brazilian Art Museum - FAAP presents, from August 20th to October 13th, 2013, the exhibition Analogias (Analogies), showing affinities, empathy, similarities and contrasts among artworks, by subject, techniques, materials, use of colors or shapes.

Curated by José Luiz Hernández Alfonso and Laura Suzana Rodríguez, the exhibition brings together 52 works from the collection, from paintings to drawings, sculptures and objects.

Among them are the bronze sculpture by Alfredo Ceschiatti and the painting by Agi Straus. Both pieces depict the `The Three Graces`, classic theme of Renaissance art that symbolizes harmony, loyalty and lust. The works present different techniques and styles interpreting the same theme.

The drawings by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti and by Lasar Segall depicting in different ways the Argentine actress Berta Singerman, muse of Brazilian modernists, can also be appreciated on the exhibition. Other examples are the sculpture in milky acrylic by Mario Cravo Neto, the intimate painting by Sandra Cinto and the metal sculpture by Nicolas Vlavianos both representing clouds in different materials.

Works of artists José Pancetti, Arcangelo Ianelli, Maria Tereza Louro, Marina Ayra, Guignard, among others, are also present at the exhibition, which has as main objective to bring the viewer to observe and analyze the artistic production from the analogy between the works.

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