Roberto Winter, Topological Ideology, 2013.

Roberto Winter engages in the production of things that try to make the current state of affairs graspable and eventually lead to its inexorable overcoming. A production that stems from and ends in the concrete realities of words, objects and materials – and their absences.

Recent exhibitions include Ice cream sales cause shark attacks, Mendes Wood DM Gallery, São Paulo, (2013); The State of the Art, Galeria Elba Benítez, Madrid, (2013); Ponto de ebulição, PSM Gallery, Berlin, (2015); It Narratives, Franklin Street Works, New York, (2014); Love and hate to Lygia Clark, Zacheta – National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, (2013); Conversation Pieces, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, (2013).

With support from

Moraes-Barbosa Collection


The Public Domain:
Season 2


Autumn 2015

Artist’s website



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