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Adriana Varejão Gallery

Rodrigo Cerviño Lopez

We expect architecture for art to complement the work it houses. Often it goes further and plays down its own character to serve as a supposedly neutral container but the result is usually sterile. The Adriana Varejão Gallery designed by Rodrigo Cerviño Lopez demonstrates no such suppression of architectural identity, but shows that architecture, especially to house the work of a single artist, and resulting from intense dialogues between artist and architect, is powerfully equipped to provide a body of art works with a context that is articulate and full of surprises.
The Gallery is part of the Inhotim Centro de Arte Contemporãnea, in Brumadinho, a village 60 km from Belo Horizonte in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil, the brainchild of Bernardo Paz, a local mining industrialist. Instead of housing his exceptional collection of contemporary art works (from 1970s to the present...

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