Researcher in the areas of art history, criticism, curatorship and education. He has a special interest in the relationships between art, visual culture and history in its various conceptions. The juxtaposition of different temporalities and the way in which this can elicit contemporary reflections for the public is of great importance in her practice. Humor, absurdity, pop culture and the understanding that an exhibition relates to the ideas of installation, scenography and spectacle has grown among his research interests. He is the first curator of modern and contemporary Latin American art at the Denver Art Museum in the United States. He worked as a curator at MAC Niterói between 2017 and 2020. PhD in Art Criticism and History from UERJ, received the Marcantonio Vilaça Award for curatorship (2015). Among his recent exhibitions are Who tells a tale adds a tail (Denver Art Museum, 2022), Raio-que-o-parta: fictions of the modern in Brazil (Sesc 24 de Maio, 2022), The silence of tired tongues (Framer Framed , Amsterdam, Holland, 2022), Sweat (Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, 2021-2022), Shuttle (Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – São Paulo, Brasília, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, 2019-2020), Lost and found (ICA Singapore, 2019), Sonia Gomes – a vida renasce, semper (MAC Niterói, 2018) and The sun teaches us that history is not everything (Osage Art Foundation, Hong Kong, 2018).

Upcoming Events


, promising19out(Oct 19)09:00sun28April(Apr 28)21:0022nd Sesc Biennial _Videobrasil – Memory is an editing islandDirected by Solange Farkas and curated by Raphael Fonseca and Renée Akitelek Mboya, the edition will bring together 60 artists and collectives from 38 countriesSesc 24th of May, Rua 24 de Maio, 109, Downtown, São Paulo, SP