Curitiba’s Museu Oscar Niemeyer is as delightful a visit as it is a must-see attraction.
The remarkable architecture is home not only to interesting exhibitions (though a bit cramped and random at times) but it is also a meeting point for Curitiba’s creative youth and other busy minds.
It was there that I first came in contact with Chilean sculpturer Pilar Ovalle‘s outstanding work:
Pilar’s motherly approach to wood shapes, combined with an ability to work roughness makes for breath-taking artistic impression.
The use of natural elements and an organic take on art is most welcome on our technology-obsessed world.
PS: Curitiba is one of my favorite cities in Brazil, a true gem and and a captivating destination. I love it.