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32ª Bienal de São Paulo - Curatorsback

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Art Immersion Trip


As a result of the 32nd São Paulo Biennial, in November 2016, the Latitude Project carried out an Art Immersion Trip in addition to the actions initially planned, focusing on curators.


The group of ten guests visited the São Paulo Biennial, as well as institutions in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and carried out visits to the galleries of the Project in both cities. In both São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, relationship activities - dinner and happy hour - were also held to encourage even more the exchange between guests and galleries.


 


Guests


Dannys Montes de Oca Moreda - Curator and director of the Center for Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wilfredo Lam / Bienal de La Habana - Cuban
Enrique Juncosa - Writer and Freelance Curator - Spanish
Fabienne Grasser Fulchéri - Curator and Freelance Art Critic - French
Jeanette Pacher - Curator of the Vienna Secession - British / Austrian residing in Vienna
Jeanette Zwingenberger - Freelance curator and teacher at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne - German residing in Paris
Joey Lico - Independent Curator and Programming Director at The Cultivist - American
Karen McQuaid - Senior Curator at The Photographers' Gallery - Irish residing in London
Lizzie Carey-Thomas - Head of Programming at The Serpentine Galleries - British
Melanie Kress - Assistant Curator at Friends of the High Line and Writer - American
Noel Smith - Curator of Latin American and Caribbean art at the Contemporary Art Museum / Graphicstudio / University of South Florida - American


 


Testimonials


"I really enjoyed the programming, the guides, and the group I was with." Joey Lico


"I am impressed at how important the market is, and how strong. In terms of the gallery scene in Brazil (São Paulo and Rio) compared to New York, it seems every bit as strong; Beautiful galleries. " Noel Smith


"I discovered lots of very good artists of international quality emerging and established." - Jeanette Zwingenberger