Luiz Zerbini: 'Trees' at Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, France

12 July 2019
A solo focus on Brazilian artist Luiz Zerbini forms part of Trees, a group exhibition at Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris, France. Bringing together artists with scientists, botanists and philosophers, the exhibition is a holistic investigation of humans' relationship with trees. Exploring the subject in light of recent scientific discoveries, the exhibition displays the beauty and biological wealth of trees alongside the threats of climate change and deforestation.

'Luiz Zerbini: Intuitive Ratio' at South London Gallery, UK

8 June 2018
For his first solo show in a UK public institution, Luiz Zerbini will show a series of large-scale paintings referencing modernist architecture, contemporary culture and elements from the natural environment. These will be presented with a series of abstract works on canvas positioned around a sculptural centre-piece. The exhibition will also present Zerbini's 35mm film and slide works.

Luiz Zerbini in ‘Dreaming Awake’ at Marres – Maastricht, The Netherlands

10 March 2018
A tropical rainforest is recreated in 'Dreaming Awake' as part of a series of Marres exhibitions in which the house is used to show an all-encompassing single work of art. The immersive project was developed by the Brazilian curator Luiza Mello and Marres director Valentijn Byvanck in collaboration with the artists Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Luiz Zerbini.

'Luiz Zerbini' at Santander Cultural, Porto Alegre, Brazil

23 May 2017
This important solo exhibition has been curated by Marcelo Campos and will include new paintings, works on paper and table installations by Luiz Zerbini. It will run concurrently with two other presentations; Barrão curated by Felipe Scovino and Albano Hernández Domínguez curated by Douglas Freitas.

The exhibition runs from 23 May until 16 July 2017.

Luiz Zerbini at Santander Cultural

Rivane Neuenschwander and Luiz Zerbini at Inhotim Instituto, Sao Paulo, Brazil

10 September 2016
On the occasion of the 32nd Sao Paulo Biennial, The Instituto Inhotim in Brazil is opening a special exhibition titled ‘Por acqua todo e novo... (Here everything is new)...' which will include ‘The Tenant' 2010 by Rivane Neuenschwander and Cao Guimaraes.

A new work will also be added to Luiz Zerbini's permanent exhibition ‘amor lugar comma (common love place)'.

Sao Paulo Biennial runs from 10 September until 1 Decem...