Through 29th September 2013 South Galleries, 144 – 152 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3TQ
An exhibition of new paintings and a film by Sarah Morris. Titled after Carlos Diegues’ ground-breaking film from the 1970s that encapsulated a key moment in the modernisation of contemporary Brazil, the work in this exhibition focuses on the country on the eve of another era of dramatic change.
Morris describes her paintings and filmmaking – parallel activities within her practice – as a way of investigating, tracing and playing with ‘urban, social and bureaucratic typologies’. More Info: whitecube.com
All images Mark Westall
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