The Museu Afro Brazil promotes from the 25th of May, International Day of Africa, the largest exhibition of contemporary African art ever held in our country. With programming that includes installations, paintings, videos, sculptures, fashion and a meeting for discussions with the artists, the Africans Africa project, which is sponsored by Banco Itaú and Odebrecht, presents an overview of recent visual creation on the continent through works of artists from various African countries. Admission is free and open to all ages.
The exhibition features about 100 works from more than 20 artists in various media and languages, as well as other works of African art belonging to the museum’s collection and the special collection of Emanoel Araujo, curatorial director of the museum.
The exhibition focuses on the creation of African artists, born and living on the continent or elsewhere, as well as African origin of artists who, despite having been born outside of Africa, dialogue with the plurality of aesthetic and social experiences present in different regions of the continent.
Date: 13 July 2015 – 30 August 2015
Time: 10:ooam – 6:00pm
Venue: Afro Brasil Museum Pedro Alvares Cabral Ave Parque Ibirapuera – next to Gate #10 04094-050 São Paulo – SP – Brasil
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