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Sauna Lésbica – Uninterrupted, exhaustive and patient reading, with Maria Isabel Iorio

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Lounge Bienal


Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion
Ibirapuera Park, gate 3
Av. Pedro Alvares Cabral, s/n
São Paulo, SP
free admission

October 28, 2023. 3pm – 4.30pm

An original project by poet Maria Isabel Iorio, it has been running since 2019. The action proposes a full reading aloud of books of poems. The reading is done by poets and the books selected stress accessibility issues on several fronts: they are either out of print, expensive editions, or works with less circulation due to non-universal markers: queer, racialized poets, etc. The project defends poetry as a form of knowledge, encourages reading but also orality, listening and the creation of temporary communities. In this edition, Carol Dall Farra, Bruna Beber and Floresta are taking part. All editions are held in public places, with free admission.

In this edition, Cheryl Clarke’s book Living Like a Lesbian will be read.

Maria Isabel Iorio is a poet, writer and screenwriter. She has published Não pisar descalça em tapete (7Letras, 2022), Dia sim dia não fazer chantagem (Quelônio, 2021), among others. She is part of the anthology As 29 poetas hoje (Companhia das Letras, 2021), organised by Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda.

Sauna Lésbica is a collective movement for the celebration of Black lesbian and sapatão affectivities and a pleasurable, safe, and provocative space for experiencing politics, the spiritual and the profane, for loving and welcoming.

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Sauna Lésbica – Uninterrupted, exhaustive and patient reading, with Maria Isabel Iorio
35th Bienal de São Paulo – choreographies of the impossible
October 29, 2023
Sunday, 2 pm
Lounge Bienal
Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion
Ibirapuera Park, gate 3
Av. Pedro Alvares Cabral, s/n
São Paulo, SP
free admission

 

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27 Jan 2024

Traveling Exhibition 35th Bienal – Rio de Janeiro image/svg+xml

Now in its seventh edition, the traveling exhibitions program of the Bienal de São Paulo will take selections from the main show to cities in Brazil and abroad in the year following its staging. In 2024, the first stop will be the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (MAM Rio), where curators Diane Lima, Grada Kilomba, Hélio Menezes, and Manuel Borja-Villel have designed a special segment of the show adapted to the characteristics and context of the city.

Address:
Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 85
Parque do Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro
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5 Mar 2024

Traveling Exhibition

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The city of São José do Rio Preto, in the northwestern region of the state of São Paulo, will host one of the sections of the 35th Bienal de São Paulo – choreographies of the impossible, in partnership with Sesc São Paulo. The show arrives in the city on March 5 and will remain there until May 26. Curated by Diane Lima, Grada Kilomba, Hélio Menezes and Manuel Borja-Villel, the exhibition was a success in 2023, receiving acclaim from both the public and critics.

Address:
Av. Francisco das Chagas Oliveira, 1333
São José do Rio Preto, SP
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Opening – Traveling Exhibition 35th Bienal – São José do Rio Preto

March 5, 7 pm (open to the public)

12 Mar 2024

Traveling Exhibition

Traveling Exhibition 35th Bienal – Curitiba image/svg+xml

Curitiba will host one of the traveling exhibitions of the 35th Bienal de São Paulo – choreographies of the impossible, in partnership with the Museu Oscar Niemeyer. Curated by Diane Lima, Grada Kilomba, Hélio Menezes and Manuel Borja-Villel, the exhibition will land in the city, where it will remain open to the public from March 12 to May 26. The city will receive a special section, one of the largest outside São Paulo.

Address:
Rua Marechal Hermes, 999
Centro Cívico, Curitiba, PR
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Educational action

On March 13, at 7 pm, there will be an educational action related to the exhibition, in the Museum’s Mini-Auditorium. MON will host the education team from the 35th Bienal de São Paulo for a conversation based on the three movements of the exhibition’s educational publication, recognizing and integrating the open dimension of education.

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