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Favela Boogie-Woogie - II Collage

Claudio Boczon


Collage, Paint on Canvas

Size: 15.7 W x 15.7 H x 1.6 D in

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From the series "Spoils of a Brancaleone" An abstraction about a favela (popular community in Brazil) as if balancing on a hill, a very common landscape in Rio de Janeiro. An old abstract geometric painting on canvas made in strips that have been rearranged in a new compositional proposition on a reclaimed semi-circular wooden panel. Collage with canvas strips on wooden panel, fixed on a wood chassis, who leaves the artwork apparentenly away from the wall. Ready to hang.

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Collage:Paint on Canvas

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Size:15.7 W x 15.7 H x 1.6 D in

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Boczon's work is directed towards a game of contrasts and physicality between overlap and transparency, seeking to hide and reveal in equal measures. This stratification process aims to show the corporeality of the two-dimensional work, highlighting each error and new direction taken, in order to remind us of the painting process. What drives his research is the curiosity to find the beauty hidden in everyday life, in the supports and pictorial material, and bring it to the surface, so that the viewer questions and appreciates aspects for which he, normally, would not give importance. His research and production are strongly influenced by Tachismo and Arte Povera, by the reuse and recycling of materials, ideas and concepts. Often, when using his own older works, reconstructing and making new collages from them, he is recycling both the physical item and the concepts behind these works. Began his artistic research in the Atelier of Painting of the Museum Alfredo Andersen, under the direction of Ronald Yves Simon, also attended workshops in painting, printmaking and photography . Participates, since 1999, of Salons of Art and Exhibitions Collectives and Individuals, being awarded five times.

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