• Beatriz Milhazes

    Paço Imperial

    This exhibition of prints presented a lesser-known side of Rio de Janeiro-based painter Beatriz Milhazes. Since 1996, the artist has made several visits to Durham Press, in Pennsylvania, in order to produce screenprints. (It was at the invitation of Jean-Paul Russell, one of Andy Warhol’s printers, that Milhazes first began to experiment with serigraphy.) The result of those efforts, large-format works made between 1996 and 1998, were on show at Paço Imperial.

    One of the principal exponents of Brazil’s so-called ’80s Generation, Milhazes began, in the middle of that decade, working to develop a

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