A Forlorn Brazil and Citizenship in Construction
Josué Mattos, winner of the Marcantonio Vilaça Award in the curatorship category, talks to Clarissa Diniz, the curator who accompanied him during the process of his research for the exhibition “Verzuimd Braziel – Brasil desamparado” (2018).
Where Are We Going? Art Market Innovations
The last few years have shown a great transformation in the arts market, thus creating new frontiers of development and practices. Carol Pino, the Latin American representative of Artsy, and Fernanda Feitosa, director of SP-Arte, will discuss the transformation potentials of the arts market, especially in Latin America. The discussion will be mediated by researcher Ana Letícia Fialho.
New Narratives of Curatorship in Brazil
The anthropologists Hélio Menezes e Lilla Schwarcz, from the curator team of the “Histórias afro-atlânticas” [Afro-Atlantic Stories] (Masp) exhibition, and Diane Lima, the Valongo International Festival of Images’ (2018) curator, will comment on the inclusion of artists that have been excluded in the canonized narrative of art history thus far. This pursuit has resonated with the visibility of researchers that have dedicated themselves to the subject and curators that have focused on this revision, from smaller to bigger institutionalized exhibitions.