Museu Afro Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil 09 Sep 2016 - 08 Jan 2017
Yonamine; Pão Nosso de cada dia de Cristina Guerra
The Museu Afro Brasil in São Paulo presents the international exhibition “Portugal Portuguese – Contemporary Art”, curated by Emanoel Araujo.
Considered the largest Portuguese contemporary art exhibition ever made in Brazil, with approximately 200 works and over 40 artists, the exhibition is a wide panorama gathering some of the main Portuguese artists from the present and intents to approach them to the Brazilian cultural universe.
Portugal Portugueses is the second exhibition from the trilogy about the most recent production in Africa, Portugal and Brazil, developed by the show’s curator Emanoel Araujo, responsible for commemorating the paramount roots of Brazilian culture (African, Portuguese and Native) in the light of a contemporary reading in the visual arts. Born with the old Portuguese Empire and deepened significantly by the slavery, the intercultural influences of Portugal, Africa and Brazil are redesigned from the contemporary perspective. This great show case “Africa Africans”, was recently elected by the Art Critics Brazilian Association as the best exhibition of the year 2015.
With: Albuquerque Mendes, Ana Vieira, Antonio Manuel, Artur Barrio, Ascânio MMM, Cristina Ataíde, Didier Faustino, Fernando Lemos, Francisco Vidal, Gonçalo Pena, Helena Almeida, Joana Vasconcelos, João Fonte Santa, João Pedro Vale e Nuno Alexandre Ferreira, Joaquim Rodrigo, Joaquim Tenreiro, José de Guimarães, José Loureiro, José Pedro Croft, Jorge Molder, Julião Sarmento, Lourdes Castro, Manuel Correia, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Michael de Brito, Miguel Palma, Miguel Soares, Nuno Ramalho, Nuno Sousa Vieira, Orlando Azevedo, Paula Rego, Paulo Lisboa, Pedro Barateiro, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Pedro Valdez Cardoso, Rui Calçada Bastos, Sofia Leitão, Teresa Braula Reis, Tiago Alexandre, Vasco Araújo, Vasco Futscher e Yonamine.