Casa Nova Arte e Cultura Contemporânea is an art space that promotes the consolidation of business, exhibitions and actions focused on all contemporary cultural aspects. Located in Jardim Paulista, in São Paulo, the space has a regular schedule of exhibitions and events inside and outside its exhibition space such as lectures, courses, events and fairs. Casa Nova focuses on the curatorial and discursive research of contemporary art and partnership with other art spaces in Brazil and abroad.
The projects of three artists, promoted by Casa Nova are presented at Kyiv Art Fair.
Enrique Radigales studied Visual Arts at the Massana School in Barcelona and later developed Interactive Systems at UPC, Barcelona. In his works he combines new technologies with the traditional landscape. The result transfers the observer to the expedition through a topography (real or virtual).
Carla Chaim is a Brazilian artist who works with different media such as drawing, sculpture, video and installation. She approaches a wide range of everyday issues in her work, bringing them to the studio to think of new ways and new relations. The artist works with the notion of control in her pieces, both through pre-established rules and in her physical movements in making a drawing, for example, using the body as an important tool in this process, also thinking about it as a place of conceptual discussion exploring its physical and social limits.
Lina Kim is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. Works with site specifics, drawing, photography and video. Participated in the Biennials of São Paulo, Kwangju and Havana. Selected Shows: Focus Istanbul: “Urban Realities”, Martin Groupius Bau (Berkin 2005), “Lugar Nenhum”, Instituto Moreira Sales (Rio de Janeiro 2013), “Fototrier” Stadtmuseum Simeonestift (Trier 2010), “At Home” the Columns Gallery (Seoul, 2014).