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Clara Cavendish Exhibition at Hilton Hotel

Art by the Brazilian artist Clara Cavendish Shown at the Hilton Hotel in Berlin

July 06th, 2017
R.B. Reijnen, Berlin Global
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A new exhibition by Brazilian Artist Clara Cavendish is being shown at the Galerie Kunst am Gendarmenmarkt of the Hilton Hotel, here in Berlin. The exhibition is called “IMAGINÄRES ICH” and will be at the Hilton from July 8th to July 30th.

Clara Cavendish was born in 1963 in Recife, Brazil, in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil. She lives and works as an artist in Rio de Janeiro. She studied at the Berlin Academy of Arts (HDK) under Prof. Karl Oppermann from 1985 to 1987 which has had a strong influence on her art. Her own path of her art has become stronger and more memorable and unfolds an iconic effect in the pictures.

Her art is close to neo-expressionism and characterized by international influences. Strong colors and an individual image language express a spontaneous and violent gesture. Metropolitan motifs with their people and all their partly imaginary movements are present in the pictures. The pictures reveal the magic of the moment - you can feel the energy when Clara Cavendish is torn between her European and South American influences with her neo-expressive painting.

The exhibition showcases the influence of Europe on Brazil and this artist, particularly. The Brazilian cultural influence in Berlin is strong this summer with many events showing Brazilian art, music and food. The cultural agenda of Brazil can be found on the website of the Brazilian embassy and it promises many great events this month. It should help bring Brazil and Germany closer together. Art exhibitions are, in general, an important part of Cultural Diplomacy and allow audiences around the world to get to know the art and culture of different states.

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