Exhibition

31st Bienal de São Paulo goes on tour

31st São Paulo Bienal, Brazil
24 Feb 2015 - 24 Jan 2016

The Last Adventure (2014), Romy Pocztaruk, in exhibition at São José dos Campos

Different selections from the How to (…) things that don’t exist  the 31st edition of the São Paulo Bienal  , will go on show in six Brazilian cities and one abroad. This will be the first time the Bienal’s traveling show, created in 2011, will be leaving the country.

Starting on February 24, the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado campus in São José dos Campos will be hosting the first stage of the tour. Further exhibitions will open in March (Campinas), April (Juiz de Fora and Ribeirão Preto) and June (São José do Rio Preto and Belo Horizonte). The first international stop is scheduled for October, in Portugal.

The partnerships with FAAP, SESC, Palácio das Artes and Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes have been renewed in the hope of repeating the success of the 2013 edition, which drew a further 184,076 visitors to the 30th Bienal (held in 2012). For Luis Terepins, president of the São Paulo Bienal Foundation, the traveling shows “strive to expand the possible interchange between the cultural life of São Paulo and exhibition spaces throughout the Brazilian countryside and abroad, bringing the questions raised by the 31st Bienal to new audiences and taking the exhibition in new directions.”

About the 31st São Paulo Bienal – Selected Works

The 31st São Paulo Bienal featured 69 participants from 34 countries, among individual artists and collectives. In all, 81 projects were presented, of which 60% were commissioned especially for the Bienal. Curated by Charles Esche, Pablo Lafuente, Nuria Enguita Mayo, Galit Eilat and Oren Sagiv, the exhibition focused on contemporary life and works that touched upon the specific aspects of religion, social conflict, sexuality, ecology and identity.

For the traveling show, works were selected by the following artists: Agnieszka Piksa, Ana Lira, Armando Queiroz, Arthur Scovino, Asger Jorn, Bruno Pacheco, Clara Ianni & Débora Maria da Silva, Danica Daki?, Éder Oliveira, Edward Krasinski, Gabriel Mascaro, Graziela Kunsch, Gülsün Karamustafa, Halil Altindere, Ines Doujak & John Barker, Johanna Calle, Juan Carlos Romero, Juan Downey, Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa, Marta Neves, Michael Kessus Gedalyovich, Mujeres Creando, Nilbar Gure?, Romy Pocztaruk, Teresa Lanceta, Thiago Martins de Melo, Virgínia de Medeiros, Vivian Suter, Voluspa Jarpa, Walid Raad, Yael Bartana, and Yuri Firmeza.

São José dos Campos
February 24 to April 18
FAAP São José dos Campos
Av. Dr. Jorge Zarur, 650 – São José dos Campos – SP
Mon – Fri: 9am to 9pm; Sat: 9am to 5pm
www.faap.br | lsantos@faap.br

Campinas
March 24 to June 7
SESC Campinas
Rua Dom José I, 270/333 – Bonfim – Campinas – SP
Tue – Fri: 8:30 am to 9pm; Sat, Sun and holidays: 9:30am to 6pm
www.sescsp.org.br | email@campinas.sescsp.org.br

Juiz de Fora
April 9 to May 31
Museu de Arte Moderna Murilo Mendes
R. Benjamin Constant, 790 – Centro – Juiz de Fora – MG
Tue – Fri: 10am to 6pm; Sat & Sun: 1pm to 6pm
www.ufjf.br/mamm

Ribeirão Preto
April 27 to June 20
Museu de Arte Brasileira – FAAP Ribeirão Preto
Av. Independência, 3.670 – Ribeirão Preto – SP
Mon – Fri: 9am to 9pm; Sat: 9am to 5pm
www.faap.br | posrp.eventos@faap.br

São José do Rio Preto
June 17 to August 30
SESC Rio Preto
Av. Francisco das Chagas Oliveira, 1333 – São José do Rio Preto – SP
Tue to Fri: 1:30pm to 9:30pm; Sat, Sun and holidays: 10am to 6:30pm
www.sescsp.org.br/riopreto | email@riopreto.sescsp.org.br

Porto 
October 1, 2015 to January 24, 2016
Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves
Rua D. João de Castro, 210 – 4150-417, Porto, Portugal
www.serralves.pt

Free Admission

 

www.31bienal.org.br

 


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