As 4 telas originais estão agora exposta na residência do arquiteto, em Copacabana.
2013 – The architect Paulo Baruki, responsible for the design of this shopping center in the West part of Rio de Janeiro, called me to create a painting that portrayed the landscape of the city, but with a soft language that referred to the nineteenth century and the artists-travelers who at that time portrayed Brasil.
The original of my painting is 24 meters long, divided into 4 parts following the 4 cardinal directions. They were photographed and enlarged to be applied in the food court of the mall (134m long x 10m high) and in several other walls including the bathrooms. They also served to illustrate every communication medias.
The original 4 screens are now displayed in the architect’s residence in Copacabana.