Baro Football Club Presents Stadium Firulete
Brazil- Sao Paulo | Oct 7 2012 | (23:16:56 - EDT)
The Baró Gallery is situated in an old hangar. His architectural proportions recall industrial activities but also proportionately evoke sports facilities. Pablo Reinoso and his installation "Football Firulete" notes the transformation of culture for a sports space.
His "Arcos Firuletes" and "Tribunes Firuletes" were created especially for the gallery. The curator of the exhibition, in fact, will be organizing an indoor soccer league.
Brazil represents the best football in the world. The reception for the next World Cup and its relationship with sport is a central theme discussed by the Brazilian people and an example to the rest of the world.
The "Estadio Firulete" relies on a happy metaphor that represents the magic of football. The theme Firulete important moments come from feelings of Buenos Aires, where Pablo Reinoso's home.
Firulete- tThe word is used to denote both the swagger of a football player, as tango steps. It also incorporates a graph in Buenos Aires is usually printed on the bus. This graph is deeply natural.
The allusion of the natural world and its resilience, despite the abuse of man with nature, a point is implied and assumed in works by Pablo Reinoso in the last decade. Football, nature and art are together in this exhibition where the viewer enters the field to take advantage.
Source: Baró Gallery
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