Claudinei Roberto

(this page was last updated in March 2022)

Lives and Works in São Paulo, Brazil.
Member of the PIPA Prize Nominating Committee 2022

Claudinei Roberto da Silva (professor, curator, visual artist) was born in 1963 in São Paulo where he lives and works. He graduated from the Art Department of the University of São Paulo. As curator he held among others, the Sidney Amaral exhibition “O Banzo, o amor e a Cozinha” 1st Funart award for black artists and curators – Museu Afro Brasil, the “13th Naïfs of Brazil Biennial” at Sesc Piracicaba and the series “Pretatitude. Insurgences, emergences and affirmations. Contemporary Afro-Brazilian Art” for several units of Sesc São Paulo and invited curator for the research project “MAC USP Curatorial Processes – Critical Curatorship and Decolonial Studies in Visual Arts: African Diasporas in the Americas”. Coordinated, among others, the Educational Center of the Afro-Brazil Museum. Artistic and Pedagogical Coordinator of the multinational project “A Journey through African Diaspora” of the American Alliance of Museums in partnership with the Afro Brazil Museum and Prince George African American Museum. He was a Fellow in the “International Visitor Leadership Program” of the U.S. Department of State. He is part of the curatorial board of the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo. He has works in the collection of the National Museum of Afro-Brazilian Culture MUNCAB in Salvador, Bahia.

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