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Fabio Morais

Works

The House Keys
The House Keys
Art Today
Art Today
Sea Encounter
Sea Encounter
Letter to a...
Letter to a...
My Buenos Aires...
My Buenos Aires...
Time Zone
Time Zone
Fabio Catador
Fabio Catador
Offering to...
Offering to...
Endereço
Endereço
Small country
Small country

Info

Fabio Morais´ most recent solo exhibition was “fac-simile”, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo, 2012).

He participated in group exhibitions such as The Spiral and the Square (Bonnierskonsthall, Stockholm, Sweden, 2011); 8th Mercosul Biennial Essays of Geopoetics (Porto Alegre, Brazil, 2011); 29th Bienal de São Paulo There is always a cup Sea to for man to sail in (2010) and El mal de la escritura (MACBA, Barcelona, Spain, 2009).

He published books like At Your Feet (Editions Tijuana, São Paulo, 2012); Fabio Catador (Collective Dulcinea Catador, São Paulo, 2011); ART & WORLD AFTER THE CRISIS OF UTOPIAS (par (ent) esis, Florianópolis, 2010) in partnership with Daniela Castro; Dictionary for Road Movie (Kitschic Ediciones, Barcelona, 2010), The performer (author’s edition, 2009),  Sebo (CCBB, São Paulo, 2007) and blah blah blah (par (ent) esis, Florianópolis, 2009), both in partnership with Marilá Dardot.

The artist is represented by Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo.

His work can also be seen on his website.