Muestra Panafricana de Arte Contemporáneo en Brasil

19 2005

Muestra Panafricana de Arte Contemporáneo en Brasil

Será en Salvador, Bahía, del 18 de marzo al 17 de abril de 2005

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La Fundación Cultural Palmares (institución pùblica vinculada al Ministerio de Cultura de Brasil) y la Asociación Cultural Videobrasil, convocan a la Muestra Panafricana de Arte Contemporáneo, que tendrá lugar en la Sala Walter da Silveira del Museo de Arte Moderno de Salvador, Bahía, del 18 de marzo al 17 de abril de 2005.

Iniciativa inèdita en Brasil, la Muestra pretende ampliar la difusión de la producción artística e intelectual del África contemporánea y de los descendientes de africanos, contribuyendo a intensificar el diálogo y el debate.

Entre los participantes se encuentran renombrados artistas, como el angolano Antonio Ole, la cubana María Magdalena Campos-Pons, los brasileños Eustaquio Neves y Mario Cravo Neto, los fotógrafos senegaleses Fatou Kandè Sengnhor, Matar Ndour y Pape Seydi y el artista visual brasileño Daniel Lima.

La Muestra contará con instalaciones artísticas, exposiciones de fotografías, exhibición de filmes africanos y el pre-estreno de Filhas do Vento, nuevo largometraje de Joel Zito Araùjo.

Además de las manifestaciones culturales, la Muestra ”€œcuya curaduría estará a cargo de Solange Farkas- será tambièn un espacio para el debate y la reflexión sobre la cultura visual africana. Las Mesas Redondas, que estarán abiertas al pùblico, contarán con la presencia de profesores, investigadores, historiadores, cineastas y sociólogos brasileños y de otros países.

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