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    Lokaal Wv15 Presents Maria Fatima Lamounier Lokaal Wv15 Presents Maria Fatima Lamounier Document Transcript

    • Lokaal WV15 presents Maria de Fatima Lamounier NEW COLLAGES You’re welcome at the opening on Saturday the 30th of January 2010 from 16:00 to 19:00 hours. The exhibition will be open every Saturday in February from 15:00 to 17:00 hours and by appointment. Contact details Lokaal WV15 Josilda da Conceicao 06 44184409 josilda@daconceicao.nl Wormerveerstraat15 1013 SJ Amsterdam
    • Maria de Fatima Lamounier, born in Brazil and graduated at the Fundacao Escola Guignard in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Since 1991 both lives and works in Amsterdam and Belo Horizonte From observation of imagery in contemporary design, consumer society and fashion world, Maria de Fatima Lamounier started a new series of collages. By appropriating and manipulating images, derived from glossy magazines and their super models, the artist transforms the copy(reproduction) created by the media into art/collages using various materials as support. It is an abstract and figurative work inspired by ready-made images on which she makes up a series of repeated pictures to bring out humour and banality. Fatima Lamounier explores the relation between emptiness and ecstasy, by constructing and deconstructing the images to take them to their own limits. It is an attempt to interpret, to conceptualize and to visualize the illusory imaginary and manipulative character of the way society and media present things, including women. From this viewpoint, Maria de Fatima Lamounier displays disconnected female figures, divided in parts, in positions, that are ironically transformed to represent an attitude towards women. Maria de Fatima Lamounier Marnixplein 8M 1015 ZN Amsterdam The Netherlands www.mariadefatimalamounier.blogspot.com www.artolive.com flashweekend@hotmail.com 06 29250810