Ana Letícia Fialho is a manager, professor and researcher in the areas of economics of culture and the art market. Doctor in Art and Language Sciences, she is an advisor for the project of the New Museum of Ipiranga.

Claudinei Roberto da Silva is a visual artist, curator and professor of Arts Education at USP. He was coordinator of the Education Center at the Afro Museum, co-curator of the 13th edition of the Bienal Naïfs do Brasil and curator of several exhibitions, including BlackAttitude.


Eugenio Lima is Dj, actor-MC, theater director, researcher of Afro-Diasporic culture, founding member of Núcleo Bartolomeu de Depoimentos, Frente 3 de Fevereiro and Coletivo Legítima Defesa.

Luciara Ribeiro is an educator, researcher and curator. She holds a Master's in Art History from the University of Salamanca and the Graduate Program of UNIFESP. She is a Museology technician at ETESP and content director at Diaspora Galeria.

Maria Hirszman is a journalist and art critic. She worked at Jornal da Tarde and at the State of São Paulo. She is a researcher in art history, with a master's degree from USP. For this issue, he interviewed the critic and researcher Aracy Amaral.

Renato Araujo da Silva is a researcher and curator. Graduated in Philosophy from USP, he is a consultant for the Ivani and Jorge Yunes Collection and belongs to the CCSP contemporary art criticism group. He is the author of books such as Africa, Mother of Us All.

Photos: personal archive | Sérgio Silva

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