The Kioskzine 3.0 Special Edition costs 30 euros (plus shipping cost) and includes one zine with João Pina’s work plus a silkscreen print numbered and signed by the artist. The silkscreen was printed by Tomás Dias at Árvore Artistic and Professional Art School of Porto.
Kioskzine 3.0 Special Edition - João Pina + Silkscreen print
The Kioskzine 3.0 Special Edition, limited to 30, includes one zine with João Pina’s work plus a silkscreen print numbered and signed by the artist.
Kioskzine 3.0 invited artist is the well-known Portuguese photographer João Pinawith his work “Copan”.
This project published in Kioskzine 3.0 is about the Copan building, the largest residential building in Brazil, with 1160 apartments and over 5000 residents living in downtown São Paulo, it resembles a small city.
Designed by the famous architect Oscar Niemeyer in the 1950’s, it was meant so people from all economical spectrums could live in center of South America’s most populated city.
How does a building which hosts the population of a small town, live during the COVID-19 quarantine? This was the original question that brought João Pina into the building when the pandemic started in March 2020, moving for three weeks to document the lives of the residents and building workers during this exceptional times.
Silkscreen print 21x15cm 250gr paper
40 pages X-per matte 120gr paper
Printed in Portugal by Orgal Impressores