OCT 17 2020 - APR 8 2021 |
About the exhibition
The war is over. Spring arrives full of purity, truth and affection. Demonic. Freedom daughter of winds, bright seeds, feathers, leaves and wild berries. Films and millenary prayers. Insects. Small shadows. small wounds. Little birds. the offspring that create the rest be damned. your luck is you heart . Cloud m , rain. Take your shoes off and dive into the sky. the chest of Santa unties us, unties us. It rains. Lay down with the harvest. moon silence full. Your pain is also the pain of world, rips everything from the trunk out. Sprout. maybe that's love
About André da Loba
André da Loba was born in Aveiro, in 1979. He majored in illustration at the School of Visual Arts, New York. He published more than one day in the book regularly with the New York Times, New Yorker and Time Magazine, among others publications. In his work as Educator has gone through several internationally renowned schools such as Parsons in New York, EINA in Barcelona, and the Faculty of Fine Arts of Porto. His work is recognized globally and was awarded by New York Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Illustration Now, 3x3, the Fair of Bologna, and the Art Directors Club.