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View of “Cinthia Marcelle,” 2013. From left: Temporário, 2013; Temporário, 2013; Temporário, 2011; Temporário, 2013.

Cinthia Marcelle

Centro Cultural Banco Do Brasil

View of “Cinthia Marcelle,” 2013. From left: Temporário, 2013; Temporário, 2013; Temporário, 2011; Temporário, 2013.

Cinthia Marcelle is a young Brazilian artist who has gained international recognition in the past few years (she won the Future Generation Art Prize in 2010). If there are connections to be drawn between her work and that of her contemporaries, one can think of Renata Lucas and the way she plays with institutional and architectural settings. Marcelle’s attention is directed more to the object itself, although she also explores its contexts. In working with these objects, as well as photography, installation, video, and performance, Marcelle achieves a wide scope for experimentation, and at times her solo exhibitions can appear more like tightly curated group shows. For all the variety of her works, key ideas tie them together, and she seems to be pointing to different directions that she may yet investigate further. Thus, at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Marcelle revisited a

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