Art no Flickr #03 (Mateus Velasco).

Flores, objetos diversos, animais. Tudo se transforma em cabelo nas obras de Mateu Velasco, expostas na galeria carioca Movimento Arte Contemporânea a partir desta (20). Batizada de No Risco do Traço, a mostra reúne trabalhos em grafite do artista plástico que nasceu Nova York e foi criado no Rio de Janeiro. Formado em desenho industrial pela PUC, Velasco hoje dá aulas em escolas da cidade e é curador das próprias exposições. Suas obras já estiveram em espaços como o Galpão Helio Pelegrino (2000), a Casa da Matriz (2001) e o Paço Imperial (2007).No exterior, expôs no Trade Bloc Project, na BLVD Gallery, em Seattle (2008), e participou do projeto C215, em Paris. Lá, também emplacou seus quadros em coletivas no Mange Disc, Artoyz, Les Taullieres e Artazart (2006).
Flores, various objects, animals. Everything turns into hair in the works of Mateu Velasco, exhibited in the gallery Rio Movement Contemporary Art from this (20). Called At Risk of Stroke, the exhibition brings together works in graphite artist who was born in New York and raised in Rio de Janeiro. A graduate in industrial design at PUC, Velasco now teaches in city schools and is curator of the exhibitions themselves. His works have been to places like the Shed Helio Pellegrino (2000), the House of the Matrix (2001) and the Imperial Palace (2007). On the outside, exposed in Trade Bloc Project at the BLVD Gallery in Seattle (2008), and participated project C215 in Paris. There, his paintings also scored in the collective Mange Disc, Artoyz, and Artazart Taullieres Les (2006).
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