Feminist indigenous narratives, identity affirmation and colonization are some of the recurrent themes in the work of visual artist and independent curator Moara Tumpinambá. Born in Belém in the state of Pará in 1983 and based in São Paulo, she held her first exhibition in 2015, with drawings, and today she moves through various languages: painting, photography, collage, video and installation. With Tupinambá origins on her mother’s side, the artist is currently investigating her paternal family roots, originating from a multiethnic community in the region of Santarém. Her research led to the audiovisual installation Museu da Silva, a work that deals, in her own words, with the “contemporary consequences of the violent processes of colonization.” The first part of the work was presented in São Paulo in 2019.
“Nascimento de Vênus” (“The Birth of Venus”), from the series “Mirasawá; rereading of Claudia Andujar’s photography with collage and painting 2017.
Sexo, Mentiras e Videotape
Pivô Satélite (online)
São Paulo, Brazil
20 July - 12 August 2021
Redes, colaboração e resistência em/entre Portugal e Brasil
26 June - 05 September 2021
Blanco, azul y rojo: 1821-2021
Museo Nacional de Costa Rica
San José, Costa Rica
01 June - 01 June 2022
Francisco Toledo. El color como forma
Casa de México en España
29 April - 19 September 2021
Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite
Blanton Museum of Art
Austin, United States
27 June - 19 September 2021
Ángela Gurría - Escuchar la materia
Ciudad de México, Mexico
16 June - 21 August 2021
Carmenza Banguera: The Visible, the Laughable, and the Invisible
Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society
Chicago, United States
27 May - 01 October 2021
Transformation: Objects and Images in Relation
The Clemente Center
New York, United States
02 July - 30 July 2021
Ubumuntu Arts Festival
Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company
Kigali (online), Rwanda
16 July - 17 July 2021
Absent Figures: The Difficult Questions Restitution Raises
Awuor Onyango guides us through the exhibition and its conception to make visible the certainties and uncertainties within the current phase of decolonial action.
Collective Nacional Trovoa
“We Don’t Accept Scraps From The White Art Circuit”
Group of artists and curators gathers for a rally of visual arts produced solely by black and non-white women.
Beatriz González in Berlin - Retrospective 1965-2017
KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin examines the work of one of Colombia's most emblematic artists.
In Conversation with Antwaun Sargent
Tearing Down Borders Between Magazines and Museums
We spoke to the New York curator Antwaun Sargent about his international selection for the exhibition Just Pictures at projects+gallery in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Image As Testimony Of The Unspeakable
An archive of historical images allows us a look into the terrible world of slavery in the Americas.
In Conversation with
Researcher and artist Rosana Paulino
“I would like to touch on subjects that have been swept under the rug in Brazilian society”, says the Brazilian artist.
A Latin American Universe
What Is "Latinx"?
“Latinx” is an update of traditional labels usually applied to describe Latin American migrant communities in the US.
In Conversation With Lía Colombino
The Museo del Barro and Multicultural Art in Paraguay
The Museum is dedicated to all types of visual arts that highlight the cultural and ethnic diversity of Paraguay.
Exhibition at Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Rosana Paulino: The Suturing of History
“Rosana Paulino: The Sewing of Memory” exhibition brings together 140 works by the Brazilian artist from 1993 to 2018.