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Gogoisme 2 in Lisbon

Exhibition  /  21 Feb 2020  -  20 Mar 2020
Published: 04.02.2020
Jorge Castañon. Necklace: Gogo II, 2019. Found wood, ebony, holy stick, acrylic paint, linen thread, plastic, 925 silver, turmeric, bronze.. 10.2 x 5.3 x 1.5 cm. From series: Gogoisme2. Jorge Castañon
Necklace: Gogo II, 2019
Found wood, ebony, holy stick, acrylic paint, linen thread, plastic, 925 silver, turmeric, bronze.
10.2 x 5.3 x 1.5 cm
From series: Gogoisme2
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Intro
Gogoisme is a movement that emerged, as well as its definition, in 2016 by the art director Pedrín García and the jeweler Grego García, imitating the avant-gardes that were created in the early twentieth century as Dadaism, Surrealism, Expressionism. Movements that currently no longer occur, due to the individualism of art.

Artist list

Violeta Adomaityté, Volker Atrops, Gabriela Baca Soto, Aline Berdichevsky, Iris Bodemer, Eva Burton, Ana Margarida Carvalho, Jorge Castañon, Iganasi Cavaller, Attai Chen, Jeemin Jamie Chung, Marta Costa Reis, Pilar Cotter, Katharina Dettar, Kira Fritsch, Pedrin Garcia, Grego García, Gloria Gastaldi, Sabine Hauss, Beru Inou, Junwon Jung, Mia Kwon, Sara Leme, Laura Leyt, Felix Llorente Zuazu, Sandra Llsá, Cristina Marti Mato, Tasso Mattar, Paul McClure, Judy Mccaig, Teresa Milheiro, Marilia Mira, Hiroko Miyamoto, Martina Pont, Aurea Praga, Katja Prins, Ramon Puig Cuyas, Luísa Quartin, Ana Maria Ramírez Moure, Marta Roca, Philip Sajet, Mar Sanchez, Barbara Schrobenhauser, Danni Schwaag, Carina Shoshtary, Catarina Silva, Coco Sung, Diederick Van Hovell, Silvia Walz, Jiye Yun, Manon van Kouswijk
The idea arose as a result of a joint work that was presented in Amaranto Joies; that same year. The work, from the beginning, was considered as a game and for it the figures of a children's game called GOGOS were used. These were the common thread to create a series of pieces between the two, based on the amusement. It is a work where all the materials, colors and techniques used are a tool to provoke and transmit a fresh and playful feeling.

Starting from this idea Grego Garcia and Pedrín Garcia have invited 47 artists to reinterpret the Gogoisme, whose result could be seen last year in Amaranto Joies, Barcelona. Reverso thanks to Grego Garcia the opportunity to present this exhibition in Lisbon.
We are very happy with this partnership, and also invited seven  Portuguese artists to join this international group.
Iganasi Cavaller. Brooch: Bubble wings!!, 2019. Cellulose acetate, stainless steel.. 13 x 8 x 6.5 cm. From series: Gogoisme2. Iganasi Cavaller
Brooch: Bubble wings!!, 2019
Cellulose acetate, stainless steel.
13 x 8 x 6.5 cm
From series: Gogoisme2
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Grego Garcia. Pedrín Garcia. Brooch: Gogo Dadá, 2019. Shibuisi, steel, methacrylate, lego (plastic), gold leaf, electroforming, silver.. 14 x 13 x 2 cm. From series: Gogoisme2. Grego Garcia
Pedrín Garcia
Brooch: Gogo Dadá, 2019
Shibuisi, steel, methacrylate, lego (plastic), gold leaf, electroforming, silver.
14 x 13 x 2 cm
From series: Gogoisme2
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Katja Prins. Brooch: Shifting Perspectives, 2019. Silver, plastic, paint.. 8 x 4 x 1 cm. From series: Gogoisme2. Katja Prins
Brooch: Shifting Perspectives, 2019
Silver, plastic, paint.
8 x 4 x 1 cm
From series: Gogoisme2
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Philipe Sajet. Ring: Gogoorgyring, 2019. Plastic, glue, silver.. 3 x 3 x 1 cm. From series: Gogoisme2. Philipe Sajet
Ring: Gogoorgyring, 2019
Plastic, glue, silver.
3 x 3 x 1 cm
From series: Gogoisme2
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