The Poster Journal

      Joaquim Pedro Ribeiro Araujo was a Brazilian artist prominent in the 1960s. Since his decade of international fame, during which Joaquim was the first South American artist invited to exhibit in countries as distant as Thailand and Pakistan, Joaquim’s contributions to modern art have been tragically lost to the ages. Through his art, Joaquim successfully captured the rising spiritualism of the 60s. He surrounded himself with fellow avant-garde artists of the time, including Brazilian modern artists Amilcar de Castro and Helio Oiticica, as well as American pop artist Alex Katz. His philosophy can be summed up in this quote:  “I used to be troubled by the absence of unity of style and technique in my work, for...

      Joaquim Pedro Ribeiro Araujo was a Brazilian artist prominent in the 1960s. Since his decade of international fame, during which Joaquim was the first South American artist invited to exhibit in countries as distant as Thailand and Pakistan, Joaquim’s contributions to modern art have been tragically lost to the ages. Through his art, Joaquim successfully captured the...

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