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Marlon de Azambuja
updated: 11/01/2012
website: www.marlondeazambuja.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
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Metaesquemas (view of group)
Metaesquema (Madrid)
Metaesquema (Madrid)
Metaesquema (Madrid)
Metaesquema (Madrid)
Nuevos Barrios
Pompidou (from the series, Grand Façade)
Whitney (from the series, Grand Façade)
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam
Constellations
Constellations (detail)
Operaciones
 
Portfolio Keywords:  abstract, architecture, geometric, site-specific, urban, mapping
 
 
Metaesquemas (view of group) by Marlon de Azambuja
Metaesquemas (view of group)
India ink on inkjet prints
2010
Dimensions variable
Metaesquema (Madrid) by Marlon de Azambuja
Metaesquema (Madrid)
India ink on inkjet prints
2010
8.6" x  11.8" 
Metaesquema (Madrid) by Marlon de Azambuja
Metaesquema (Madrid)
India ink on inkjet prints
2010
8.6" x  11.8" 
Metaesquema (Madrid) by Marlon de Azambuja
Metaesquema (Madrid)
India ink on inkjet prints
2010
8.6" x  11.8" 
Metaesquema (Madrid) by Marlon de Azambuja
Metaesquema (Madrid)
India ink on inkjet prints
2010
8.6" x  11.8" 
Nuevos Barrios by Marlon de Azambuja
Nuevos Barrios
Constructive project based on architectural template, india ink on paper
2012
20.5" x  27.5" 
Pompidou (from the series, Grand Façade) by Marlon de Azambuja
Pompidou (from the series, Grand Façade)
black permanent marker on color photograph
2011
59" x  88.5" 
Whitney (from the series, Grand Façade) by Marlon de Azambuja
Whitney (from the series, Grand Façade)
Illustrative image of before and after the process, permanent black marker on color photograph
2012
63.3" x  82.6" 
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo by Marlon de Azambuja
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo
permanent black marker on street plant in the city of Prague, Czech Republic
2009 to present
Dimensions variable
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo by Marlon de Azambuja
Aproximaciones al cubismo checo
permanent black marker on street plant in the city of Prague, Czech Republic
2009 to present
Dimensions variable
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam by Marlon de Azambuja
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam
white adhesive tape on street asphalt, intervention in the city of Prague
2009
Dimensions variable
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam by Marlon de Azambuja
50 Elements of Zizkovo Nam
white adhesive tape on street asphalt, intervention in the city of Prague
2009
Dimensions variable
Constellations by Marlon de Azambuja
Constellations
drawings and texts traced from images of parliaments on the internet,permanent black marker on glass
2012
23.6" x  98.5" 
Constellations (detail) by Marlon de Azambuja
Constellations (detail)
permanent black marker on glass
2012
23.6" x  98.5" 
Operaciones by Marlon de Azambuja
Operaciones
stickers displaced in their original sleeves and stuck on wall
2010
Dimensions variable

Artist Statement
My work is divided into many lines of action, but overall I am a lover of drawing and I think traces of it can be found in all my work, even when the support does not appear as such. The city interests me as a subject, consequently all that unfolds within it, with a special focus on architectural, spatial, and urbanistic issues. Lastly, I must say that a certain poetic aspect is important to me, an element that establishes a dialogue with the viewer, because that is what art is for me, a conversation between the works and people. 

Artist Bio / CV
Brazilian artist born in Santo Antonio da Patrulha in 1978, lives and works in Madrdi since 2005. Has participated in various personal and collective shows in Europe and Latin America, such as, 11th Havan Bienal, 2012; 8th Mercosul Bienal, 11th Cuenca Bienal in Ecuador, 2011; and 12th Cairo Bienal, 2010. Some solo shows include “Construcción del Icono” at CAAM in las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 2011; “Niveles” Casal Solleric in Mallorca, 2010; “Potencial Escultorico” in Matadero Madrid; and  “Proyecto Moderno” at Luisa Strina Gallery in Sao Paulo, 2009.