Regina SilveiraBrazilVisual Arts1995

During her stay at the Civitella Ranieri Center, in the summer of 1995, Regina Silveira’s studio activities were focused on the project - drawings and models - for the large size installation “The Duke’s Enigma”.This temporary installation was planned to be placed on the external spaces of the Latin American Memorial, built by the architect Oscar Niemeyer in Sao Paulo. Other works done in the Civitella residence were the photogravure “Enigma”, and the series of wooden boxes “Segreto”. The boxes were especially conceived for the group show, “Children’s Corner”, organized by the “Circolo Culturale Il Gabbiano”, in La Spezia, Italy, which opened in the Fall of 1995.