Leo Felipe

(Porto Alegre, Brazil, 1973) is a writer and curator. He is a graduate of Journalism from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and has a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts from the same institution. His research, which investigates the relationship between rock and art, the Counterculture in Brazil, the party, as well as experimental methods of writing, has already been presented at international academic events, such as KISMIF Conference and Noize Critical Party (Universidade do Porto, 2018); Tropical Underground Revolutions of Anthropology and Cinema (Deutsches Filmmuseum, Frankfurt, 2018); II Historical Fictions Research Network Conference (London, 2017); Artists’ Publications: Revision of Multiples and Conceptual Photography circa 1970 (New York, 2016); 18 Conference of the Austrian Society of Art Historians (University of Vienna, 2015). He was the director of Galeria de Arte da Fundação Ecarta in Porto Alegre (2011-2017) and curator of Pivô (2019-2021). His most recent book, A história universal do after (nunc, 2019) was translated into Spanish and released by the Argentinian publisher Caja Negra in 2022. He is currently the director of Sé Galeria. He lives and works in São Paulo.

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