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Occupation OnScreen Praça Saens Peña at Somerset House at 4pm

by Rio Occupation London on July 27, 2012

Paulo works as a high school teacher, his wife Teresa is a local shopkeeper and their daughter Bel is still at school. They live in a rented flat in Saens Peña Square, the heart of Rio de Janeiro's North Zone. An unexpected and alluring job offer awakens their dreams and changes this family's life.


Tudo ao mesmo tempo agora.

by Rio Occupation London on July 27, 2012

Texto do consultor artístico Pedro Seiler


Londres está fervilhando

by thiago.jesus on July 26, 2012

Texto de Cesar Augusto, Consultor Artístico

Londres esta fervilhando. Gente pra todo lado, os termômetros não estão dando conta. O Rio de Janeiro conhece esta temperatura e vem contribuindo para este caldeirão. Desta vez com ideias por todos os lados onde os 30 artistas carioca- brasileiros constroem esta chamada Rio Occupation.

Ontem arroz doce, cocada mole, xinxin de galinha (na plaquinha esqueceram de botar o N em total deboche culinário), forró-mix com canjas divertidas e miscigenadas. O salão estava lindo com barraquinhas de madeira empilhadas com fogueiras e bandeirinhas multicoloridas. Tudo feito com dedicação e harmonia e, muito provavelmente, esta é a tônica deste coletivo.


Diastole – Southbank Centre – 26 July – 10 August

by Rio Occupation London on July 26, 2012

Andrea Capella on location as she creates her panorama of London

Andrea Capella is a woman in love.  When she describes the object of her affection, her face lights up and she radiates an air of swoony joy as she describes how she has been completely captivated by London.

“It’s my first time. Yes I am completely passionate about it – I cannot hide it.”

Visitors to the Southbank today will be able to see the expression of Andrea's love.  Two vast photographic banners of Rio and London will be exhibited on the outside of the Southbank Centre for 2 weeks until 10 August.  

Taken between sunrise and nightfall, Andrea has created photographic representations of a day in the life of the shifting urban landscapes.  Her aim was to capture the soul of a city through its image, between people, space and light.


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