By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Beginning on Thursday, December 11th, the Homegrown Gallery in Ipanema will host the exhibition, "Preto e Branco" (Black and White). Featuring ten black and white pieces by urban artist Marinho, the exhibition will run through Sunday, March 1st.
The use of only black ink and white in the exhibited pieces is meant to illustrate binary oppositions. The negative space contrasted with the black also is meant to make viewers question what complements versus what competes.
"My works are subjective, they make a person have their own interpretation," explained Marinho in . . .