Bottega Veneta To Honor Brazilian Tradition With an Immersive Artwork Expertise at Lina Bo Bardi's Casa de Vidro

This week, Bottega Veneta will have fun Brazilian tradition with an authentic creative program at Lina Bo Bardi’s Casa de Vidro (Glass Home) in São Paulo, marking the most recent installment within the model’s cultural alternate sequence, “The Sq..”

This system, which Bottega Veneta first launched in Dubai in 2022, unites “artists, visitors, and the general public in immersive, site-specific occasions that encourage curiosity and dialogue” underneath the inventive jurisdiction of inventive director Matthieu Blazy. Curated by Mari Stockler, the label’s São Paulo occasion will toast Bottega Veneta’s tenth anniversary in Brazil, with an 11-day program that can honor Bo Bardi’s legacy and her interactions with Brazilian tradition by way of chosen artworks from throughout the South American nation.

On the lush vacation spot, the occasion will function 4 thematic pathways: geometry, spirituality, Brazilian counterculture and the roots of Bossa Nova. Every will information guests by way of distinctive routes throughout the home and backyard, showcasing the works of collaborating artists.

The Sq. São Paulo will host expertise together with Arnaldo Antunes, Ibã Salles, Vivian Caccuri, Luiz Zerbini, Carlito Carvalhosa, Rosana Paulino, Alaíde Costa, Lenora de Barros, Cristiano Lenhardt, Leda Catunda, Ricardo Aleixo and João Camarero. It is going to additionally embody works performed by Lygia Pape, Hélio Oiticica, Augusto de Campos, Mestre Guarany and Surubim Feliciano da Paixão, alongside Bo Bardi’s personal artwork.

Notably, Bo Bardi emerged as one of the influential figures in Brazilian modernism upon shifting to the nation in 1946. Her most notable initiatives included the Museu du Arte de São Paulo and the SESC Pompéia, in addition to her artwork journal, Habitat. Casa de Vidro, which was constructed in 1951, was Bo Bardi’s first constructed undertaking, and he or she lived there till she died in 1992.

“Casa de Vidro is one in all my favourite locations,” stated Blazy. “It’s an actual inspiration to satisfy right here with artists from throughout generations, throughout disciplines, and throughout Brazil to have fun Lina Bo Bardi’s legacy and the richness of Brazilian tradition. Bottega Veneta is all about timeless fashion. With The Sq. São Paulo, we acknowledge how Lina’s concepts and aesthetics resonate to this present day, at all times reminding us of the transformative energy of design and tradition.”

The Sq. São Paulo’s opening occasion will happen on Might 24, and the exhibition will then open to the general public from Might 27 to June 3. Check out the house within the gallery above.

Elsewhere, The Brixton Undertaking and Brockwell Park will host the “Off the Fence” set up to mark Windrush 75.