Amilcar de Castro

Amilcar de Castro

Edited by COSAC NAIFY,  2003

188 pages

Portuguese and English

Cabelo

Cabelo

Edited by DARDO EDITORA, 2010


Autors: Paulo Reis/ Jacopo Crivelli Visconti / David Barro
Translation: Lourenço Egreja / Eugenia Flavian / Eliana Martins
Languages: english/ spanish/ portuguese

ISBN 978-84-92772-12-4

WITH THE SUPPORT OF PREFEITURA DO MUNICÍPIO DE SÃO PAULO, LEI 10.923/90 e DM9DDB

Claudio Cretti

Claudio Cretti

Editora Martins Fontes, 2013.208 pages

Fabricio Lopez

GUS

GUS

Gustavo Rezende

Editora WMF Martins Fontes

Hard Cover, 1st Edition

272 pages

Portuguese

José Bechara

José Bechara

José Bechara

José Bechara: A Casa 
Francisco Alves, 2006 
Portuguese and English

A 120-page bilingual book published in softcover in 2006 by the Brazilian publishing house Francisco Alves about the “The House” project, which began in May of 2002. With essays by the Brazilian critics and curators Agnaldo Farias, Luiz Camillo Osório, and Paulo Sergio Duarte, the work also contains drawings, annotations, and photographs of the plastic experiences that derived from this project.
José Bechara

José Bechara

José Bechara

Dardo, 2005

Portuguese, Spanish, English and Galician 

 

A 90-page catalog featuring images of the artist´s works and exhibition views and an essay by the Spanish critic and curator David Barro. Published in Portuguese, Spanish, English, and Galician by the Spanish publishing house Dardo ds in 2005, it accompanied the solo exhibit “Wasp’s nest: The House project” that took place at A Chocolataría: D’5 Espazo de Experimentación e Creación Contemporânea in Santiago de Compostela, Spain and occurred simultaneously with the solo exhibition “Daytime Traffic – Horizontal Night: paintings” at Carlos Carvalho Contemporary Art Gallery in Lisbon, Portugal.

José Bechara

José Bechara

José Bechara

José Bechara: Blefuscu

Dardo, 2008

Portuguese, English and Spanish

 

The 264-page book published in both hard and softcover in 2008 by the Spanish publishing house Dardo ds presents the sculptures from the Open House series produced from December 2005 to late in 2007. In a trilingual edition and with the graphic design by Portas Design (Roberta Portas e Karla de Souza), the book has essays by the American art critic Marilyn Zeitlin and the Portuguese critic Delfim Sardo, as well as an interview with the artist by the Brazilian critic Glória Ferreira.

Sergio Romagnolo

Sergio Romagnolo

Texts by: Agnaldo Farias; Oswaldo Corrêa da Costa

Editor WMF, 2011


Portuguese and English

240 Pages/ Edition 1

WMT

WMT

Wagner Malta Tavares

Automática Publishing House

Realized by Museu da Cidade de São Paulo

177 pages

Portuguese and English