Inspired by the poem Diary of a return to the native country, by Aimé Césaire, the exhibition examines certain images that belong both to official archives and come from reminiscences
Inspired by the poem Diary of a Return to the Home Country, by Aimé Césaire, the exhibition examines certain images that belong both to official archives and come from subjective reminiscences. The idea is to highlight the gaps in the documents that constitute historiographical knowledge.
Bearing in mind the ethical status of the photographic image, Lagnado worked with artists from different practices, for whom this medium has the capacity to reveal wounds caused by the greed of extractivism and hide cosmologies. How to restore a collective body violently dismembered by coloniality is a question that finds echoes in works that celebrate the manifestation of playing bodies and the resistance of dissident spiritualities.
At the end of the morning brings together works by: Alair Gomes, André Vargas, Ani Ganzala, bruno o. and Bajubá Collection, Carlo Zacquini, Carmézia Emiliano, Clara Ianni, Claudia Andujar, Eustáquio Neves, Rebeca Carapiá, Rosângela Rennó, Tiago Guimarães, Ventura Profana, Vulcanica Pokaropa and Yhuri Cruz.
Exposure | At the end of the morning
From October 26th to December 23rd
Monday to Friday, 10am to 19pm Saturday, 11am to 17pm
October 26 (Thursday) 10:00 - December 23 (Saturday) 19:00
Rua Minas Gerais, 350, São Paulo - SP