Notebook Ideal Vogue (Fanzine) 1976, Leonilson
The miniature format notebook is printed with the renowned work "Ideal Vogue (Fanzine) 1976" by Leonilson, and is an excellent complement to display thoughts, drawings or reflections about your day-to-day life or portray fascinating places you have already visited.
An accessory that not only refers to art, but also becomes an essential object to transpose creative ideas.
In collaboration with Projeto Leonilson, Serralves Store developed a line of limited-edition and exclusive products, inspired by his paintings and embroidery works. Leonilson, designed “Vogue Ideal (Fanzine)”, a Vogue magazine in the form of a zine, which not only expresses the artist’s passion for fashion but also conveys a visibly critical stance on the traditional construction of gender and the gap between classes of rich and poor.
Leonilson studied art in São Paulo between 1978 and 1981. He was one of the great exponents of a Brazilian art movement that became known as Geração 80, a movement that was marked by the return to figuration, ancient mythology and an intense use of color.
Leonilson’s “Drawn 1975-1993” exhibition, held in Serralves from March to September 2022, is the first major retrospective of the artist’s work in Portugal, bringing together a selection of more than 250 works, in a wide spectrum of media and styles, from from the first paintings to the introspective embroideries of the artist's last years.
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