Miguel Rio Branco – Blind Spot

Miguel Rio Branco – Blind Spot

Blind Spot is an exhibition of works by Miguel Rio Branco – one of Brazil's most important contemporary artists. Featuring photographs, paintings, collages, installations and videos created  throughout a career, that spans almost 50 years, the exhibition provides an overview of the artist's creative expression.

A catalogue of the key works was published to coincide with the opening of the exhibition at Porto Alegre's Santander Cultural. A detail of his work Mirror Horses (1998), was used as a key visual for the catalogue as well as for the promotional campaign of the exhibition comprising invites, banners and leaflets.

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Miguel Rio Branco

Miguel Rio Branco is one of the most important contemporary artist practicing in Brazil today. His work oscillates between the poetic and documentary, combining painting, collages, films and installations with his primary means of expression: photography.

A member of photographers group Magnum since 1980, Rio Branco has been shown in exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Aperture Foundation in New York and the São Paulo Bienal. Since 2011 he has a pavilion dedicated to him at the contemporary art centre in Inhotim.