Moquém_Surarî: contemporary indigenous art is curated by artist Jaider Esbell, invited to the 34th Bienal, and will be held at the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art tem (MAM São Paulo). The exhibition is co-realized by both institutions and is part of the 34th Bienal's partnerships network.
An integral part of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo, the Moquém_Surarî: arte indígena contemporânea exhibition will be open to the public from September to November 2021. The show will bring together works by artists from the Baniwa, Guarani Mbya, Huni Kuin, Krenak, Karipuna, Lakota, Makuxi, Marubo, Pataxó, Patamona, Taurepang, Tapirapé, Tikmũ'ũn_Maxakali, Tukano, Wapichana, Xakriabá, Xirixana and Yanomami peoples. It will include drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures referring to the visual transformations on the cosmological and the narrative Amerindian thinking.
Curator: Jaider Esbell
Curatorial assistant: Paula Berbert
Consultant: Pedro Cesarino
Know more about the artist-curator here.
Service Moquém_Surarî: arte indígena contemporânea
Period: 4 Set to 28 Nov 2021
Adress: Parque Ibirapuera (Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, s/nº - Gate 1 and 3)
Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm (last entrance at 5:30pm)
Contact: (11) 5085-1300
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