Introducing Something New...

SF No. 32, Church , acrylic, blind-embossing on original antique print, 20.25" x 26.5", San Francisco, 2018

SF No. 32, Church, acrylic, blind-embossing on original antique print, 20.25" x 26.5", San Francisco, 2018

 
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Introducing something new…

We are excited to share that MPC Studio is launching into a new phase of artistic practice and business excellence. For twenty years, Mário Pires Cordeiro has developed his career as an artist. Since 2016, MPC Studio has brought the art of MPC to his audience, connecting meaningfully with the various facets of his art and the many people it resonates with. We will continue to do so, but now, we have the opportunity to share MPC’s art in new, exciting, and intentional ways.

Announcing a re-branding of MPC Studio; our visual changes reflect the process of structural progress that has been happening over the past year. With our new logo and aesthetic, we will be moving forward with an assertive effort to bring more nuanced and ethical art into the world.

We would also like to announce that we have moved studio locations. The new studio address of MPC Studio is:

3150 18th Street, #560, San Francisco, CA, 94110, USA

Visitors are always welcome. If you are interested in exploring the studio space or chatting with the MPC Studio team, feel free to contact us by email to book a meeting.

We’d like to thank you for your continued support.

Above is one piece from a series of works that blind-embossed and painted over a collection of 200 year old prints of the plans for the Abbey Church of St. Albans, UK. SF No. 32, Church examines the relationship between the architectural approach to structure and the aesthetic of less conventional and irregular shapes. While you’re here, check out the some of the new artworks coming out of MPC Studio.

A Look Back

Higher I , high gloss enamel spray paint on aluminum sheet, 122" x 236" x 1.97", London, 2012

Higher I, high gloss enamel spray paint on aluminum sheet, 122" x 236" x 1.97", London, 2012

Six years ago, Mário Pires Cordeiro was selected for a commission for the 2012 London Olympics. The result is the piece Higher, an artwork bringing together the colors of various doors around London in order to capture London's transformation into an Olympic city. The fleeting reflections from the high gloss represent the ephemerality of the games. The use of metal speaks to the lasting legacy of Olympic Achievement.

 
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