Our tribute to the painter Mario Rubinski

Passed away this weekend (19/06), at the age of 88, Mario Rubinski. There were more than 20 years of intense socializing at Solar do Rosário and a lot of learning with this exponent of the 60’s in the art of Paraná. “Artists from the land hold a collective to celebrate the 40th anniversary of plastic After that, production”. This was the title of the report in the newspaper Gazeta do Povo on the occasion of the press conference by Mario Rubinski, Armando Maranhão, Karimi Abdala and Jair Mendes at Solar do Rosário, in August 1998. This exhibition was, for us at Solar do Rosário, the beginning of a slow work of getting to know one of the most authentic artists in Curitiba.

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Writes Regina de Barros Correia Casillo in the introduction to the book “MARIO RUBINSKI” published by Solar do Rosário in 2007. In the same book, the art critic Fernando Bini is the one who best defines the South Africa Phone Number List man and the artist: “It starts with a rigorous analysis of space and forms, something Cézannian , making objects escape their material reality. His landscape painting, mandatory curriculum at the School of Fine Arts, is changing. From it he extracts the silent life of matter, animate or inanimate, he constructs the space architecturally, producing solid forms, something unique and absolute, a reality beyond appearances, coming out of the models of trees, streams, lakes, walls and houses.

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The Introduction of Modernism in Paraná

Drawing was at the origin and Mario Rubinski never stopped drawing: first there are small sketches made in a notebook, notes of ideas, then the work on Eucatex sheet (wood fiber sheets), scraping, scratching, scratching, painting and Aleart News scratching again. Drawing is at the origin of every plastic act, but the artist’s relationship with drawing has something private and secret.” The art critic Adalice Araújo, writes about the importance of “Geração 60” for the visual arts of Paraná, comparing this group of artists “of fundamental importance for the integration of Art from Paraná that ‘roughly’ corresponds (in Paraná) to what the Modern Art Week of 22 represents for São Paulo.” In addition to Mario Rubinski, this group includes names such as Violeta Franco, Poty, Luiz Carlos Andrade Lima, Massuda, João Osório Brzezinski, Calderari, Helena Wong, Domício Pedroso, among others.

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