By Amanda Carneiro
São Paulo, Brazil
December 8, 2018 – March 4, 2019
The Museum of Art of São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP) held a series of exhibitions and public programs titled Afro-Atlantic Histories, with a homonymous exhibition, as well as monographic exhibitions of María Auxiliadora, Aleijadinho, Emanoel Araújo, Melvin Edwards, Rubén Valentín, Sonia Gomes, Lucia Laguna, Pedro Figari. The SESC Ribeirão Preto gave place to Pretatitud – Emergencia, Insurgencia, Afirmación and the occupation program of Itaú Cultural was dedicated to the trajectory of Ilê Aiyê, among others. There is also a greater participation of black artists in collective exhibitions and, although in smaller numbers, also as curators.
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Pode o subalterno falar? (Editora UFMG, 2010.)
The exhibition, with the curatorship of Tadeu Chiarelli, took place between December 2015 and June 2016 at the Pinacoteca del Estado de São Paulo.
In the Candomblé culture, the patuá is a consecrated object that contains within itself the axé, the magical force of the Orixá, of the saint or light guide, to whom the object is consecrated.
Thomas Clarkson (1760-1846) was an English abolitionist who led the campaign against the slave trade in England in the early nineteenth century.
Luis Camnitzer, La enseñanza del arte como fraude. Simpósio Terceira Margem: educação para a arte/arte para a educação. Porto Alegre, v. 11, 2007.