Lucas Arruda by Fernanda Brenner and Chris Sharp.
Softcover, 112 pages, 75 color reproductions, Cahiers d'Art, 2018. In English.
This publication was produced with three different covers, see below for links to the other versions.
The first monograph of Lucas Arruda explores, through a selection of the artist’s most beautiful works, the research he leads with patience and method through his sky, sea, and jungle landscapes. This publication is enriched by texts written by Fernanda Brenner (curator and director of the Pivô, an independent art center in São Paolo) and Chris Sharp ( curator and freelance author based in Mexico), as well as extracts of a conversation between Lucas Arruda and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Lucas Arruda was born in 1983 in São Paolo, Brazil where he lives and works. His works were recently exhibited in several group exhibitions: Debout! at the Pinault Collection, Rennes (2018); Nature and Abstraction at the Beyeler Foundation, Basel (2018); Soft Power: Arte Brasil in Kunsthal KAde, Amersfoort (2016),and New Shamans/Novos Xamãs: Brazilian Artists at the Rubell Family Collection, Miami (2016). He is represented by Mendes Wood DM gallery and David Zwirner gallery.