The artistic project "Coincidentes" was born on the borders of these environmental protection zones, along the mouth of the Ribeira de Iguape river, a region rich in mangroves and considered one of the five largest marine breeding sites in the world.
The edges, micro and minimum details of the flora of this national treasure compose a series of images that are presented to the public completely covered by a layer of removable silver paint, in reference to the game of luck in which it's necessary to scrape in order to expose the prize.
The 25 images of this series are unique and printed on Japanese paper, due to the lightness and delicacy equivalent to the portrayed species, and also because the preservation region in case is the "Cradle of Japanese Colonization in Brazil".
All the images were framed and will be installed together, to form a drawing corresponding to the map of the Southeast Reserves.
In Focus: “Oposições Internas/Internal Oppositions” (2016 - Tomie Ohtake Institute); “Despedir dá febre?/ Saying goodbye gives you a fever?”, with the work “Quanto silêncio há na volta/How much silence there is in the coming back” (2015 - Tomie Ohtake Insti- tute); “Não Vale Trapacear/It’s not Worth Cheating”, with the work “Um olhar mais demorado/A longer look” (2015 - Instituto Tomie Ohtake - SP); “CuriMbó” (2015 - Mostrami Factory Folli 50.5 - Milan); “Rodas de Sampa/Wheels of Sampa” (2015 - Space Fiammetta Cavalleri - Milan); “O espaço através da imagem/The space through the image”, with the work “Vontade de Memória/Memory Will (2014 - Fauna Gallery - SP); “Eikones” (2014 - Tomie Ohtake Insti- tute - SP); “Há algo, sim, a dizer/There is something, yes, to say”, with the work “CuriMbó” (2014 - Fauna Galeria - SP); “Espelhos e Janelas/Mirrors and Win- dows”,...