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Mariannita Luzzati Exhibition – Embassy of Brazil – 10-26 January 2020

The exhibition has been conceived by Luzzati to deal with the concept of migrant vegetation. She explores physical and spiritual paths traced by man on the planet, defining the geological physiognomy of different civilisations throughout the ages.
Brazilian landscape is known for  its extraordinary diversity. An example of it is the Botanical Garden in Rio de Janeiro created by Prince Dom João de Bragança in 1811 to acclimatise plants brought from East India to Brazil. The creation of this huge botanical park changed the climate and landscape of the city and was fundamental in order to create an environment for the species that coexist with the surrounding tropical forests.
In order to create a counterpoint with a wider idea of Brazil, Luzzati invited to join this exhibition the ceramist Carina Ciscato, whose works bring materials from different regions of the world looking for unconventional shapes, altering the usual proportions and sizes to question space and volume, function and purpose, balance and fragility, in search of its own aesthetic, allowing new meanings and new observations. 
Born in São Paulo, Luzzati represented Brazil at the 22nd São Paulo International Biennial. Her works are displayed in important public collections in Brazil and abroad such as: Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts in Tokyo, Museu de Arte de Brasília; Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, University of Essex in Colchester, and The British Museum in London.
The exhibition is open to the public at the Embassy of Brazil in London from 10 to 26 January, Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Free admission.


Cesar Camargo Mariano – Cadogan Hall – 6 February 2020

The great Cesar Cargo Mariano headlines a charity concert at 19.30 on Thursday, 6 February 2020 to raise funds for TUCCA Music for Cure and CARF UK.

The concert – ‘Joined’ – is a unique collaboration between popular and classical artists conceived and led by Cesar Camargo Mariano who brings his Brazilian quartet (piano, bass, drums and guitar) to London and will be accompanied by outstanding classical musicians and soloists from the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra including Walter Seyfarth (clarinet), Rüdiger Liebermann (violin) and Egor Egorkin (flute).

Integrating bossa-jazz and classical styles, performed by musicians established and erudite in both genres, the collaboration received critical acclaim earning them a Grammy nomination for ‘Best Instrumental Album’ (Latin Grammy, 2016).

For more information and to book tickets CLICK HERE


Luciana Berry – Guest Chef Residency – Mortimer House – From 13 February 2020

A real treat for lovers of Brazilian cuisine. Mortimer House in London will welcome as of 13 February the acclaimed Brazilian chef and MasterChef Professionals finalist (as well as ABS Trustee), Chef Luciana Berry, for the first of the club’s Guest Chef Residency of 2020.

Luciana will be cooking in the Living Room & Den, located on the 5th floor of the club where she will bring Brazil to London’s Fitzrovia, with a six course menu that guides diners through the bold flavours, techniques and heritage of Brazilian cooking. For more information and the menu visit the web site or email guestchef@mortimerhouse.com or call 0207 139 4499.


Canning House – Gala Dinner – 25 March 2020

Join Canning House on Wednesday, 25 March at Clothworkers’ Hall for its 2020 Gala Dinner which will bring together its members, partners, associates and friends, to celebrate their shared determination to continue building understanding and relationships between the UK, Latin America & Iberia.

And remember that Canning House kindly offers members of the Anglo-Brazilian Society associate members’ rates for its events, such as there gala dinner.

For more details and to book CLICK HERE