Georgiana and Bernardo support several Brazilian public institutions, such as: MAM Museum of Modern Art of SP - Council, Pivô - Council, Pinacoteca do Estado SP - Patron. Internationally, they are also associated with renowned entities such as:
Patron AnnexB, New Museum International Council, New York, Media and Performance Committee - MoMA, New York.
Alongside the YBYTU residency program, and for each of its participants, a small book is published that records the artist's passage through YBYTU, and reveals a little of the artistic processes behind each of their practices.
So far, the collection has the following numbers:
1. Denise Alves-Rodrigues
2. Rafael RG
3. Juliana dos Santos
4. Aline Motta
Production of the book
X–Range, Regina Vater, 2017
X-Range was conceived by Regina Vater and originally published in 1977 by Galería Artemúltiple, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This reissue of the project aims to put this work back into circulation, which marks the practices of the period and which also became a document. In a single object, it combines the experimental practices of Vater and the domestic environment of artists such as Hélio Oiticica, John Cage, Lygia Clark and Vito Acconci.
Regina Vater [Rio de Janeiro, 1943] lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. Represented by Jaqueline Martins gallery. Recent individuals: Oxalá que dê bom tempo, MAC Niterói [Niterói, RJ, 2017]; Regina Vater Quatro Ecologias, Oi Futuro [Rio de Janeiro, 2012]. She participated in the Bienal de São Paulo .
Production of the book by Mabe Bethonico - Ponto e Virgula series, IKREK publishers
Mabe works with archives and institutions, creating fictions and enabling debates through publications, lectures and installations. In the book, she tells the story of T.S., a Swiss who had great exposure in the Brazilian art scene, but who was erased from official history. Mabe gathers a wealth of documentation about the painter, but applies a white stripe over his name.
Mabe Bethônico [Belo Horizonte, 1966] lives and works in Belo Horizonte. Represented by Celma Albuquerque, Marília Razuk galleries. Recent individuals: R 122: notícias de viagens à caatinga, Mariliza Razuk [São Paulo, 2016]. She participated in the Bienal de São Paulo [2006 and 2008].
Production of the book by Thiago Honório - Ponto e Virgula series, IKREK
The artist is obsessed with the accumulation and inventory of objects loaded with history and usually works with what he calls “surface transplantation”. In Augusta, he maps the gentrification of the famous São Paulo street.
Thiago Honório [Carmo do Paranaíba, MG, 1979] lives and works in São Paulo. Represented by the Luisa Strina gallery. Recent individuals: Solo, Luisa Strina [São Paulo, 2017]; Trabalho, MASP [São Paulo, 2016]; Títulos, Paço das artes [São Paulo, 2015].
Production of the book by Marilá Dardot - Ponto e Virgula series, IKREK publishers
Marilá Dardot works between the lines of literature and text. She works with the word and with time. In the Dictionary, the entries written by Rodrigo Moura, Ana Martins Marques, Gonçalo M Tavares and Fabio Morais correspond to themes that orbit the artist's production.
Marilá Dardot [Belo Horizonte, MG, 1973] lives and works in Lisbon. Represented by the galleries Filomena Soares, Vermelho. Recent individuals: Interdito, Galeria Filomena Soares [Lisbon, 2017], Guerra do Tempo, Chácara Lane [São Paulo, 2016]; Diário, Sesc Paladium [Belo Horizonte, 2015]. She participated in the Bienal de São Paulo .
Production of the book SEÇÃO by Marcius Galan, organized by Rodrigo Moura
“Section” is the first monograph on the work of Marcius Galan and has as its starting point the idea of a fragment, extracted from the artist's own work. The book is organized by Rodrigo Moura, who produced an essay distributed throughout the book, in order to create different chapters and thematic blocks of images.
In addition to the main essay, an interview given to 'Kiki Mazzucchelli' seeks to account for decisive aspects of his work by revisiting works from the beginning of his career and pointing to themes such as functionality and the subversion of systems of representation, which permeate all of her work. A text by Manuel Cirauqui ‘Area de Marcius’ observes the artist's studio and his tools as a model for understanding his language.