OS GEMEOS - The Twins - Magnificent urban installations and graffiti

Put on your shelf the work of two internationally recognized artists that are the most authentic expression of Brazilian street art. It is sure to be a passionate journey!
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The book OsGemeos - The Opera of the Moon presents a selection of works by the brothers Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo . Os Gemios means "The Twins" in portuguese. Unlike their well-known urban interventions, the works of OsGemeos portrayed in this book are premises that occupy interior spaces and invite the subconscious into the world.

The publication brings more than 50 images of works, as well as photographs of the artists at the time of creation. It also has a critical text by curator Pedro Alonzo, known mainly for his work with street art. The works of this book were exhibited between June and August 2014 at Galpão Fortes Vilaça, in São Paulo.

Biography of the artists

OsGemeos, as the brothers Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo are known, were born in 1974, in São Paulo. The pair of graffiti artists grew up in the Cambuci neighborhood, where they first made contact with graffiti in 1987. Graduated from the Carlos de Campos State Technical School and the streets of São Paulo, they are now internationally recognized.

Its characters and universes, which have been building walls in the Brazilian metropolis for many years, can be seen in some of the most prestigious institutions in the world, such as the Louvre Museum in Paris and the Tate Modern in London.

Product Details:
It weighs: 0.56 kg (1.2 lb)
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Cobogó, 2014
Language: Bilingual
Dimensions: 27 x 21 cm (10.6 x 8.3 in)

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