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On November 26, the second encounter focused on Tikmũ’ũn chants. Jaider Esbell (Brazil) was the guest artist, and testimonies by Jaune Quick-to-see Smith (USA), Sebastián Calfuqueo Aliste (Chile) and Sung Tieu (Vietnam) were also highlighted.

#34bienal (Entrevista/Interview) Edurne Rubio

In The voices of the artists #1: the verse Though it's dark, still I sing, the curators of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo talked with the exhibition's participant artists, from Brazil and abroad, about the statements of the show. The first encounter was dedicated to the title of this edition of the Bienal, Though it's dark, still I sing, a verse by the Amazonian poet Thiago de Mello (b. Barreirinha, 1926). Take a look at the interview with Edurne Rubio.

#34bienal (Interview) Carmela Gross

In The voices of the artists #1: the verse Though it's dark, still I sing, the curators of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo talked with the exhibition's participant artists, from Brazil and abroad, about the statements of the show. The first encounter was dedicated to the title of this edition of the Bienal, Though it's dark, still I sing, a verse by the Amazonian poet Thiago de Mello (b. Barreirinha, 1926). Take a look at the interview with Carmela Gross.

#34bienal (Interview) Zina Saro-Wiwa

In The voices of the artists #1: the verse Though it's dark, still I sing, the curators of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo talked with the exhibition's participant artists, from Brazil and abroad, about the statements of the show. The first encounter was dedicated to the title of this edition of the Bienal, Though it's dark, still I sing, a verse by the Amazonian poet Thiago de Mello (b. Barreirinha, 1926). Take a look at the interview with Zina Saro Wiwa.

#34bienal (Interview) Manthia Diawara

In The voices of the artists #1: the verse Though it's dark, still I sing, the curators of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo talked with the exhibition's participant artists, from Brazil and abroad, about the statements of the show. The first encounter was dedicated to the title of this edition of the Bienal, Though it's dark, still I sing, a verse by the Amazonian poet Thiago de Mello (b. Barreirinha, 1926). Take a look at the interview with the Manthia Diawara.

#34bienal Live The voices of the artists #1: the verse Though it's dark, still I sing

In the virtual encounters from the series The voices of the artists, the curators of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo talk with some of the artists taking part in the exhibition about the statements of the show. The first encounter, held on October 22 2020, was dedicated to the title of this edition of the Bienal, Though it's dark, still I sing [a verse by the Amazonian poet Thiago de Mello (b. Barreirinha, 1926)], published as a namesake book by the author in 1965. To understand what kind of reverberations this poetic statement can have in our current context, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti and Paulo Miyada talked to Manthia Diawara, Carmela Gross, Edurne Rubio and Zina Saro-Wiwa. Watch to the video record of the event!

#34bienal (Public Program) Curators

For the first time gathered at this public meeting, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti (general curator), Paulo Miyada (assistant curator), Carla Zaccagnini, Francesco Stocchi and Ruth Estévez (guest curators) held a talk on the recently announced artists of the 34th Bienal, its individual shows, public programming and curatorial research. The conversation with the public at the Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade took place on Tuesday, February 4.

#34bienal A Maze in Grace

Documentary on the performance "A Maze in Grace", by Neo Muyanga featuring Legítima Defesa + Bianca Turner, presented on February 8, 2020, at the Bienal Pavilion in the context of the #34bienal. The performance was coproduced with the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art.

#34bienal (Public Program) Philipp Fleischmann

Philipp Fleischmann (n. 1985, Hollabrunn, Áustria) participating artist of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo – Though it's dark, still I sing, talks with the public at the Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade on November 9, 2019.

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