Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira (previously) recently completed work on his largest installation to date titled Transarquitetônica at MAC USP ( Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade) in São Paulo, Brazil. Internationally recognized for its facilities that arouse the most distinct sensations in visitors, Henrique Oliveira poses a poetic discussion of the history of architecture, of rationalism in decades to shelters and caves of the past, overcoming the challenge of occupying 1600 m² building with strong brand of modern sculpture Niemeyer.
Snaking series of columns designed by the architect, as if dodging obstacles, the Transarquitetônica by Henrique Oliveira is not configured as a space of traverse, but as a place, a route with multiple possibilities that ends where it began. It is a work of architecture that combines sculpture and painting, offering various stimuli that the visitor gets to go to work.
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