By Saira Ansari, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANERIO, BRAZIL – Over the past few decades, artists have been expanding their practice to include experimental methods and a number of media into their art making. They no longer feel the need to be defined as one kind of an artist – painter, sculptor, printmaker, etc. In a sense it is a return to the Renaissance Man, where expertise in several fields of study was the mark of a man’s intellect.
Carlos Eduardo Felix da Costa, or more casually known in the art world as Cadu, is an artist who seems to follow . . .