• Henrique Oliveira’s Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris [TV].

    Posted on 29th July, by Dana Tomić Hughes in art, Arts, installations, TV. 2 Comments

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    Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

    Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

    Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

    Exhibition view of Baitogogo by Henrique Oliveira at Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
    Photos © André Morin.

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    Henrique Oliveira is a young Brazilian artist who’s work is nothing short of authentic genius. This video shows the making of his monumental wooden installation titled ‘Baitogogo’, currently on show at Palais de Tokyo in Paris. The video tracks 3 months of intense team work from Saint-Denis atelier to Palais de Tokyo. Absolutely spectacular.

    See more of Henrique Oliveira’s work on Yellowtrace.

    Henrique Oliveira at Palais de Tokyo, Paris
    Now through September 9, 2013.

    [Video courtesy of My Art Agenda. More info at myartagenda.com. Photos © André Morin.]

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