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Z? ANDRADE

Exhibition

1978 - Solo exhibition - Sesc/Tijuca (Rio de Janeiro)
- I Semana de Ciências Unirural (Nova Iguaçu, Rio de Janeiro)
- Dia da Rua da Carioca (Rio de Janeiro)

1979 - Solo exhibition (Rio de Janeiro City Hall)

1980 - Group exhibition - Semana da Cultura Popular (Saquarema)
- "Criaturas I" (Brasilia)
- Group exhibition - Cultura e Arte Negra no Brasil (Belo Horizonte)
- Group exhibition - Semana da Carioca (Rio de Janeiro)
- Group exhibition - "Criaturas I" (Rio de Janeiro)
- Group exhibition - "Criaturas I" (national tour)

1981 - VII Salão Internacional do Humor (Piracicaba)

1982 - Salão de Humor de Juiz de Fora (Juiz de Fora)

1984 - Salão de Humor Nair de Tefé (Niterói)
- Artes do Povo do Rio (Rio de Janeiro)
- Salão do Humor de Juiz de Fora (Juiz de Fora)

1987 - Campanha Tancredo Neves (Brasilia/São Paulo)
- Solo exhibition - Galeria Raimundo de Oliveira (Feira de Santana)

1989 - Salão Internacional Exposição / Oficina de Cerâmica (Piracicaba)
- Encontro Luso-Brasileiro de Humor (Lisbon, Portugal)

1990 - 9º Salão de Humor do Piauí (Teresina)
- Círculo Brasileiro de Colônia (Cologne, Germany)
- Vincent Van Gogh Un Die Moderne - Mask exhibit (Essen, Germany)
- Peça de Teatro: Torquato Neto - Mask exhibit of Nelson Rodrigues (Rio de Janeiro)

1991 - I Salão Carioca de Humor - Museum of Modern Art (Rio de Janeiro)
- Salão Van Gogh de Humor - National Museum of Fine Arts (Rio de Janeiro)
- Encontro Marcado IBM - National Museum of Fine Arts (Rio de Janeiro)
- Escolinha de Arte do Brasil - workshops (Rio de Janeiro)
- Centro Cultural Banco de Brasil - Mask exhibit of Fernando Pessoa (Rio de Janeiro)
- 10º Salão de Humor do Piauí (Teresina)

1992 - Ri Melhor Quem Ri na UFF - Humor Exhibition (Niterói)
- Faculdades Moacyr Bastos (Rio de Janeiro)
- 11º Salão de Humor do Piauí (Teresina)
- National Museum of Fine Arts - 80 anos de Jorge Amado (Rio de Janeiro)

1994 - In recent years, he has participated in various group initiatives paying homage to a number of celebrities such as Chico Buarque and Manuel Bandeira. At the request of German literary agent Ray-Güde Martin, Zé created 400 clay models depicting twelve Brazilian writers for the Book Fair in Frankfurt - this was the year in which Brazil was the chosen country for the annual tribute.
Zé Andrade's characters are on show and for sale in selected bookshops and cultural establishments, including Casa de Jorge Amado (Bahia), Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Rio de Janeiro), Sítio do Burle Marx (Rio de Janeiro), Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro), National Museum of Fine Arts (Rio de Janeiro), Museum of Modern Art - MAM (Rio de Janeiro), and in recent years have featured in the Biennial Book Fairs of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.


Illustrations

Newspapers - O Globo, O Dia, A Notícia, Pasquim

Record covers - Dalmo Castelo, Zé Ramalho

Books - História das Sociedades - Aquino, Denize e Oscar

Research material - As últimas Caricaturas de Tancredo Neves - Neila Tavares

Albums - E o couro come - Woodcarvings


Cinema, Television and Theater

- Vítor Lustosa - Short film: Barro Humano
- TV Tupi - Television program: Abertura
- TV Globo - Television program: O Planeta dos Homens
- TV Educativa - Television program: O Canto da Terra
- O País dos Perequetés - Theater play by Ana Maria Machado (clay models)
- Encontro Marcado IBM (video)


Rio Carnival Groups (Floats)

1982 - Unidos da Tijuca - Sculptures in collaboration with Renato Lage and E. Rabelo
1987 - Beija-Flor e Nilópolis - Sculptures in collaboration with Joãozinho Trinta
1988 - Beija-Flor e Nilópolis - Sculptures in collaboration with Joãozinho Trinta
1989 - Mocidade Independente de Padre Miguel - Sculptures


Masks

Tancredo Neves - In 1980, he created the mask of Tancredo Neves which was toured around over 50 Brazilian cities during the presidential campaign . The mask featured in the political campaign "Diretas Já" ("Elections now!"), at the history-making rallies in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and São Paulo, among others, and was the subject of countless features in the press, on radio and TV.

Fernando Pessoa - In homage to the most famous poet in contemporary Portuguese literature, this mask was exhibited at the Encontro Luso-Brasileiro de Humor in Lisbon in 1989. Zé Andrade, in an outstanding performance, went around the places most frequented by the poet, causing great excitement. In 1991, the mask went on display at the Museum of Modern Art and the cultural center Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil in Rio de Janeiro.

Vincent Ven Gogh - Two masks were created to commemorate the centenary of Van Gogh in 1991, and featured in two exhibitions: Van Gogh - Visão do Humor, Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, and Vincent Van Gogh Un Die Moderne, Essen, Germany.

Ferreira Gullar - The mask of this notable contemporary poet from the state of Maranhão was created specifically for the Encontro Marcado IBM, put on at the Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, in 1991.

Nelson Rodrigues - The mask of Brazil's greatest dramatist was created for the theater play Torquato Neto, staged at the Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim, Rio de Janeiro, in 1991.

César Maia - Two masks were created for the former mayor or Rio de Janeiro, causing a great stir when simultaneous sightings were made of the then candidate at various points around the city.

Mário de Andrade - This mask was created to commemorate the centenary of this great writer and was paraded around Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (sponsored by the Pinacoteca gallery of the state of São Paulo). The event in Rio closed with a large Brazilian bean stew around the swimming pool in the Parque Lage, recreating a scene from the movie Macunaíma. The mask was later acquired by the arts foundation FUNARTE, and is now part of the permanent collection at the Mário de Andrade bookshop at the Palace of Culture in Rio de Janeiro.