Rossini Perez's studio in the Bastille region, Paris (1970s). Photo: Disclosure.
Rossini Perez's studio in the Bastille region, Paris (1970s). Photo: Disclosure.

Due to the virtual exhibition Archeology of Creation: An immersion in Rossini Perez's studio collection, starting on May XNUMX, the Curatorship Laboratory: artist collections, collections and public memory in the southern axis will be promoted. There will be seven meetings guided by questions about the contribution of artists' collections to new art histories, how to think about them in relation to collections and museums and how to expand these collections to the virtual world. To sign up, click here.

The laboratory meetings last two hours (with the exception of the inaugural class). Its first part is closed to subscribers, while the second is open and will be broadcast on YouTube. For those enrolled, in addition to attending closed sessions, participation in the laboratory includes access to the online platform with complementary materials and individual consultations for project development.

About the meetings and participants:

10/05 | 18h-19h30
Collections of artists, collections and public memory in the South axis: what can curatorships do?

Participants: Sabrina Moura and Malick Ndiaye. Moura is a curator and art historian, with a PhD from Unicamp. She was a visiting researcher at Columbia University and curator of public programs at the 18th and 19th Festivals of Contemporary Art Sesc_Videobrasil. She organized the book Southern Panoramas | Readings | Outlook | To Other Geographies of Thought. Ndiaye holds a PhD in Art History from Université Rennes II. He is also a graduate of the Institut National du Patrimoine (Paris). He is currently Researcher at IFAN / University Dakar Cheikh Anta Diop, and curator at the Théodore Monod Museum of African Art, in Dakar (Senegal).

17/05 | 18h30-20h30
When collections occupy the cloud: virtual space as a field of approach

Participant: Frederico Teixeira is an architect working in the field of expography and scenography, developing the design and production of exhibitions since 2009. He is currently the artistic director of the Itamar Assumpção Museum. Until 2018, he managed the exhibition area of ​​the Museu da Casa Brasileira. He works independently with exhibitions for institutions and cultural producers in Brazil such as Itaú Cultural, SESC and Casa Azul (FLIP).

24/05 | 18h30-20h30
The work as a backbone: a methodology for artist collections

Participant: Silvana Goulart. Graduated and Master in History from USP, she published the dissertation under the official truth, referring to the press and propaganda in the Estado Novo. She specialized in Archival Science, being co-author with Ana Maria Camargo of the book time and circumstance, which brings a methodological proposal for the treatment of personal files. It is dedicated to consulting, memory centers and management of historical documents.

31/05 | 18h30-20h30
Collections and art histories: the fabric as an argument

Participant: Hanayrá Negreiros has a master's degree in science of religion from PUC-SP. She has as main areas of study black aesthetics that are manifested through dress, visual culture, religiosity and family memories. She is currently part of the research group INDUMENTA – Dress and Textiles Studies in Brazil, linked to the Federal University of Goiás (UFG), is a member of the Research Group on African and Afro-Diasporic Fashions, adviser of the Urdume Institute and signs the digital column Negras Manners at ELLE Brazil.

07/06 | 18h30-20h30
Collection-studio-collection: a look at artist museums

Participant: Pierina Camargo. She holds a degree in Fine Arts from FAAP and in Museology from the School of Sociology and Politics of São Paulo. She has worked since 1985 at the Lasar Segall Museum.

14/06 | 18h30-20h30
Artists' collections in the Brazilian context: the role of institutions

Participant: Luiz Armando Bagolin holds a PhD in Philosophy from FFLCH/USP. He works in the areas of Aesthetics, Theory and History of Art. He is a professor and senior researcher at the Institute of Brazilian Studies at USP in the field of arts, with an emphasis on the history of Brazilian art, from the 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. He was director of the Mário de Andrade Library, in São Paulo, between 2013 and 2016

21/06 | 18h30-20h30
Artists' collections in the Brazilian context: the role of institutions

Participant: Iara Schiavinatto is a historian and Associate Professor at the Institute of Arts at UNICAMP. She was Associate Director of the Museum of Visual Arts at UNICAMP. In 2020, she published with Patrícia Meneses the collection The image as an experiment: contemporary debates about the gaze.

READ TOO: Rossini Perez's collection is the focus of a new online exhibition at the Lasar Segall Museum, learn more on this link.

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