LAUNCH OF THE “INFORMATION” COLLECTION

LAUNCH OF THE “INFORMATION” COLLECTION

We mark the International Press Freedom Day, on May 3rd, 2021, with the launch of the “Information” series, our first collection in collage and mixed technique, by the young artist Rodolfo M. Costa. The collection is now available on our platform http://www.saorafaelgalleries.com.

Rodolfo M. Costa is a young artist who lives in Fuseta, Algarve. He studied sculpture in Fine Arts in the city of Lisbon, where he acquired skills in wood production. After his training, he moved to Berlin, where he worked as a carpenter and captured the Kunstmeile spirit of the Berlin Wall (“the art mile”). His journey resulted in the exploration of new approaches such as tattooing, resin, digital drawing and editing, as well as the creation of a series of 18 frames sealed in resin. His first exhibition was entitled “Collage of collages” at Artesis Galeria in Tavira. Rodolfo captures fragments of a vandalized fantasy dimension and drags them into our reality, exploring themes such as graffiti, information, advertising, multiculturalism and consumerism.

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LAUNCH OF THE “INFORMATION” COLLECTION

LAUNCH OF THE “INFORMATION” COLLECTION

We mark the International Press Freedom Day, on May 3rd, 2021, with the launch of the “Information” series, our first collection in collage and mixed technique, by the young artist Rodolfo M. Costa. The collection is now available on our platform http://www.saorafaelgalleries.com.

Rodolfo M. Costa is a young artist who lives in Fuseta, Algarve. He studied sculpture in Fine Arts in the city of Lisbon, where he acquired skills in wood production. After his training, he moved to Berlin, where he worked as a carpenter and captured the Kunstmeile spirit of the Berlin Wall (“the art mile”). His journey resulted in the exploration of new approaches such as tattooing, resin, digital drawing and editing, as well as the creation of a series of 18 frames sealed in resin. His first exhibition was entitled “Collage of collages” at Artesis Galeria in Tavira. Rodolfo captures fragments of a vandalized fantasy dimension and drags them into our reality, exploring themes such as graffiti, information, advertising, multiculturalism and consumerism.

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