Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

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Paula Borghi

Paula Borghi

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Paula Borghi (São Paulo, 1986) has a MA in History and Criticism of Art from PPGAV/UFRJ, and a BA from FAAP. She was the adjunct curator of the 11th Mercosul Biennial (Porto Alegre, 2018), guest curator of the Hellerau Cultural Centre in the Brazil Project (Projeto Brazil – Germany, 2016), assistant curator of the Ibis Habascal during the 12th Biennial de La Havana (Cuba, 2015) and curator of the Red Bull Station (São Paulo, 2013-2015). She was a co-idealizer for the Saracura independent art space (Rio de Janeiro, 2016-18) and idealized for the travelling library for publications by Latin-American artists, MULTIPLO Project (2011-17) awarded by Rumos Itaú Cultural in 2015-16. In the years 2015 and 2016 she worked with the Goethe Institute in the project Games of the South, which had as its research main focus the I Indigenous World Games, Palmas. In 2020 she developed research over the archives of the city of São Paulo for the exhibition in CCSP, which was suspended with the Pandemic. In 2020, she co-idealized Potência Ativa, having as its first project “Arte, Substantivo Feminino”, awarded in the curatorial open-call by Apexart, 2021.


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