BRAZIL, 1986

Diane Lima

Is an independent curator, critic and researcher. She has a MD in Communication and Semiotics at PUC-SP. Her work consists of experimenting with contemporary curatorial practices in a decolonial perspective. She is currently part of the curatorial team of the 3rd edition of Frestas – Triennial of Arts at SESC-SP and since 2018 he has been curating the Valongo Festival. Among her main projects, the idealization of the AfroTranscendence art-education program stands out; the curatorship between 2016 and 2017 of Itaú Cultural Diálogos Ausents exhibition program and the participation in 2018 in the CCSP Art Critics Group. In 2019 she was co-curator of the PlusAfrot Residence and the group exhibition Lost Body – displacement as choreography, both projects that took place in Munich-Germany. Sworn in by several selection and award commissions, she is a professor at Itaú Cultural’s Specialization in Cultural Management and editorially co-curates two contemporary art publications, one by Act. and the other by French publisher Brook, both in press.

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