Artist members of the 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art at MAM SP. Photo: Disclosure.
Artist members of the 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art at MAM SP. Photo: Disclosure.

The Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo – MAM SP receives from the 23rd of July the 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art, “Under the ashes, ember”, whose curatorial commission is composed by Claudinei Roberto da Silva, Vanessa Davidson, Cristiana Tejo and Cauê Alves. The exhibition will feature works by 26 artists and collectives from different regions of Brazil, about this selection Claudinei Roberto da Silva says: “I believe that the cast of selected artists reflects the diversity of the curatorial group’s experiences”, according to him “the gender distinctions , race and class that can be observed in this small community of curators created a friction, which instead of promoting divergences, was important to the formatting of the concepts that guided the selection of artists”. Likewise, the need to review Brazilian history based on new political and social analyses, the plurality of gender identities, anti-racist struggles and the human relationship with the environment are some of the recurring themes in the installations, photographs, paintings, videos, sculptures and projects from the 37th panorama.

For the curator Cristiana Tejo, we tried to “bring names that are not currently in the spotlight (or at least were not when we closed our research), so that the public can check the Panorama with a certain freshness to the set. We managed to bring together a strong, powerful and honest group of artists. Above all, I am very happy to be a part of this journey.”

Check below the list of artists that make up the 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art – “Sob as ashes, ember”:

Ana Mazzei (São Paulo, SP, 1980 – lives in São Paulo)

André Ricardo (São Paulo, SP, 1985 – lives in São Paulo)

Bel Falleiros (São Paulo, SP, 1983 – lives in New York, USA)

Camila Sposati (São Paulo, SP, 1972 – lives in Vienna, Austria)

Celeida Tostes (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1929 – ditto, 1995)

davi de jesus do natal (Pirapora, MG, 1997 – lives in Pirapora)

Éder Oliveira (Timboteua, PA, 1983 – lives in Belém)

Eneida Sanches (Salvador, BA, 1962 – lives in São Paulo, SP) and Tracy Collins (New York, USA, 1963 – lives in New York) (LAZYGOATWORKS)

Erica Ferrari (São Paulo, SP, 1981 – lives in São Paulo)

Giselle Beiguelman (São Paulo, SP, 1962 – lives in São Paulo)

Glauco Rodrigues (Bagé, RS, 1929 – Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2004)

Gustavo Torrezan (Piracicaba, SP, 1984 – lives between Piracicaba, São Paulo and Castanho, AM)

Jaime Lauriano (São Paulo, SP, 1985 – lives between São Paulo and Porto, Portugal)

Lais Myrrha (Belo Horizonte, MG, 1974 – lives in São Paulo)

Laryssa Machada (Porto Alegre, RS, 1983 – lives in Salvador, BA)

Lidia Lisbôa (Guaíra, PR, 1970 – lives in São Paulo)

Luiz 83 (São Paulo, SP, 1983 – lives in São Paulo)

Marcelo D'Salete (São Paulo, SP, 1979 – lives in São Paulo)

Maria Laet (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1982 – lives in Rio de Janeiro)

Marina Camargo (Maceió, AL, 1980 – lives in Berlin)

Nô Martins (São Paulo, SP, 1987 – lives in São Paulo)

RODRIGUEZREMOR (Denis Rodriguez [São Paulo, SP, 1977 – lives in Igatu, BA] and Leonardo Remor [Estação, RS, 1987 – lives in Igatu, BA])

Sérgio Lucena (João Pessoa, PB, 1963 – lives in São Paulo)

Sidney Amaral (São Paulo, SP, 1973 – ditto, 2017)

Tadáskía (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1993 – lives between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, SP)

Xadalu Tupã Jekupé (Alegrete, RS, 1985 – lives in Porto Alegre, RS)

About the Panorama of Brazilian Art at MAM São Paulo

The series of exhibitions Panorama da Arte Brasileira began in 1969 and coincided with the installation of MAM São Paulo at its headquarters in the marquee of Parque do Ibirapuera. The first editions of Panorama marked the history of museum for having contributed directly and effectively to the formation of its contemporary art collection.

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