Check out more details of the exhibition that opened for visitation in October 2020

Virtual guided tour of the exhibition ‘Casas do Brasil: paulistanas connections’ with Marcos Freire, Didiana Prata, Giancarlo Latorraca and Beto Villares. ⠀

The project was contemplated and carried out through the ProAC edict 10-2019 – Unpublished exhibitions of visual arts. ⠀

About Didiana Prata – Curator
Graphic designer and image curator. PhD student of the Graduate Program in Design at FAU-USP. His research is focused on the design and evolution of visual narratives in contemporary times, on database aesthetics and on new creative and curatorial strategies.
Didiana works as a designer and independent curator, carrying out projects related to visual culture, education, architecture and urban anthropology. She is a member of the Aesthetic Research Group of Memory in the 21st century (CNpQ-FAU-USP), professor of Design at the Faculty of Visual Arts Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado – FAAP, São Paulo and Escola da Cidade.

About Marcos Freire – Photographer
Marcos Freire is a paulistano born in 1966 and works in the capital as a photographer and expert. Graduated in architecture and urbanism from FAU-USP in 1990, the artist continued his career as an advertising photographer, working for the main agencies in São Paulo and participating in several international festival awards. From 2012, in addition to being a photographer, he started a new career as an expert property appraiser. In 2017 the photographer edited the photographic material of his surveys and started publishing on Facebook. Because of this material posted, the photographer was invited to have the essay published in issue 13 of ZUM magazine, a semiannual journal of the Moreira Salles Institute. Part of this material can be found in this MCB exhibition.

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