This week on Cargo

CN/014 — Oct 24 2017



Cargo Ed. Nº 1

Bráulio Amado



Estudo Número 1
Offset, 24×36
Edition of 100


Estudo Número 2 and
Estudo Número 3 (two-sided)
Offset, 24×36
Edition of 100
Estudo Número 4
Screenprint, 24×36
Edition of 50


Introducing

Cargo Editions


Since the beginning, there have been great talents on Cargo. Now there is a program to highlight these exceptional artists.

With regularity Cargo will be releasing limited edition works (posters, sculptures, publications, ?!). Editions will be available through the Cargo Shop

Read more on the Cargo Editions page.
Releases:

Cargo Ed. Nº 1
Bráulio Amado — Nov. 9 2017

Cargo Ed. Nº 2
David Jien — Coming soon

Cargo Ed. Nº 3
Robert Beatty — Coming soon

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Bráulio Amado’s output has what we call perfect tension. It is rare. Ettore Sottsass had it. Erwin Wurm has it. It’s a magical, stylistic knack for naming and un-naming something so fast and so confidently that the causal binary is blurred from existence — only a compelling, gorgeous uncanniness remains. Jealous? Yeah, us too.







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Ian Hamilton Finlay, Little Sparta
1966 — Present
It seems that there are two main types of gardens: one that erroneously believes it can mimic nature by hiding the human touch and another which prides itself on control by imposing taste on a particular plot of ground. Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Little Sparta however, is a singular type of garden and in our opinion the best type. It is a metaphoric garden. At Little Sparta there is true harmony with nature, for no harmony is really attempted — the human impulse stands like a good poem, celebrating the world around it but never pretending to have actual understanding.