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M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora

M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora

Curated by Patricia Wagner

VIVA Projects Brazil August 31, 2020 – October 25, 2020

Faced with a pandemic that makes the fragility of the Brazilian democratic process even more evident, the M.A.P.A.—Modes of Action to Propagate Art—launches its first ever edition with the show In the Heat of the Moment on August 31st bringing art to the public space and provoking reflections through art about social and political chaos.

Aline Motta (Rio Blanco) at M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020).. Credits: Odair Leal Traplev (Salvador) at M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020). Credits: Felipe Iruatã M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of VIVA Projects

Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora

Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora

Curated by Catarina Duncan

Solar Dos Abacaxis Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 20, 2019 –

We’re all over a territory in dispute Starting from the principle of an adinkra (vocabulary of symbols of the Akan people of the present region of Ghana) called Sankofa, this Manjar returns to the past to re-signify the present and build the future. Yesterday, Solar’s activities began on December 8, 2015. Since then, 35 exhibitions

Traplev, Sampler after Sgazerla (2016). Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim OPAVIVARÁ!, Cangaço, 2015. Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim Manjar. Ontem, Hoje, Agora (2019). Installation view. Photo by Rafael Salim We’re all over a territory in dispute Starting from the principle of an adinkra (vocabulary of symbols of the Akan people of the present