(this page was last updated in July 2017)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1985.
Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.
Represented by Galeria Janaina Torres.
PIPA 2017 nominee.
Daniel Jablonski is a visual artist, teacher and independent researcher. His multifaceted production, combining theory and practice, investigates the subject’s place in the formation of new mythologies and everyday discourses. He works with a wide variety of formats, including photographs, objects, installations and writings, which can be presented either in the context of a conventional exhibition or a publication or a lecture.
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Daniel Jablonski is a visual artist, teacher and independent researcher. His multifaceted production, combining theory and practice, investigates the subject’s place in the formation of new mythologies and everyday discourses.
His works have already been seen in individual and collective exhibitions in Brazil and abroad, notably in the São Paulo Cultural Centre, the Image and Sound Museum in SESC Vila Mariana, and the Galleries Sancovsky, Zipper and Bolsa de Arte (SP) as well as at Casamata, the Sergio Porto Cultural Centre and the BNDES Cultural Space (RJ), and the Torcuato Di Tella University (Buenos Aires). His writings, including interviews, translations, essays and critiques, can be found both in independent publications, in literary journals such as Serrote (RJ) and art journals as Amarello (SP) and Octopus Notes (Paris), as well as scholarly publications such as Concinnitas (Postgraduate in arts – UERJ) and Poiésis (postgraduate in philosophy – UFF-Rio).
In 2016, he won the 7th Salão dos Artistas sem Galeria prize, promoted by the Map of the Arts (SP) and the prize of the 41st Art Salon of Ribeirão Preto, with purchase of works by MARP. He was also awarded the residence prize in Lugar a Dudas, in Cali, COL, awarded by the Visual Arts School of Lage Park, where he taught for four years.
He currently lives and works in São Paulo and teaches at MASP – São Paulo Art Museum.
– Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Program for Artists and Curators
– La Sorbonne – Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (Paris 1), Master 2 in Hitsory and Politics at Museu e do Patrimônio (‘summa cum laude’ – 17/20)
– La Sorbonne – Panthéon (Paris 1), Masters in Contemporary Philosophy (‘summa cum laude’ – 17/20)
– Columbia University in the City of New York. Visiting student in MA of Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies (Approved with the grade A, GPA: A)
– La Sorbonne – Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (Paris 1), Master 1 History of Art (‘summa cum laude’ – 18/20)
– Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro, Bachelor in Philosophy (CR: 9,5/10, GPA: A)
Academic and Artistic Prizes
– Nominated to the PIPA Prize, Rio de Janeiro
– Nominated to the 2017 Grants & Commissions Program da Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), Miami, USA.
– Award in the 41th Art Salon of Ribeirão Preto – Nacional Contemporâneo, awarded by Bernardo Mosqueira, Nilton Campos and Ana Luiza Dias Batista
– Award in the 7o Salão dos Artistas sem Galeria, awarded by Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti and Douglas de Freitas
– Alliance Program | First student chosen to participate in the pilot program for the implementation of the new Dual Degree in Masters of Museum Studies,
Columbia University and Paris I Panthéon – Sorbonne
– FAPERJ – Extracurricular scholarship grant in Contemporary Philosophy
Course, workshops and residencies
– Workshop significa loja de trabalho?, Workshop on working conditions of the contemporary artist in Brazil, coordinated by Marta Ramos-Yzquierdo and Ana Letícia Fialho
– Residency in Lugar a Dudas, Cali, Colômbia. Professor of EAV – Parque Lage chosen by the jury composed of Lisette Lagnado, Fernando Cocchiarale and Pablo Léon de la Barra
– Workshop curatorial Tools for cultural organization, of the 31st Bienal of São Paulo: | with the guests: Ana Longoni, Charles Esche, Ekaterina Degot, Galit Eilat, Ivo Mesquita, Oren Sagiv, Orlando Maneschy, Nuria Enguita Mayo, Pablo Lafuente, Ricardo Basbaum, Sandi Hilal & Alessandro Petti, Walid Raad
– Máquina de Escrever, a one-year working group on the place of writing in contemporary art and experimental curative practices. Under coordination of Amilcar Packer and Manuela Moscoso & Residência CAPACETE, São Paulo. Diedrich Diederichsen, Guillaume Desanges, Manuel Segade, Cristina Freire, Suely Rolnik, Carla Zaccagnini
– Universidade de Verão #2, program of studies under the coordination of Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, na Residência CAPACETE, Rio de Janeiro. Amilcar Packer, Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer, Kaira M. Cabañas, Max Hinderer Cruz and Falke Pisano
–School of Visual Arts (EAV) of Parque Lage, Free Classes of Modern Art and Contemporary Art taught by Pedro França
– “Brazil”, Museum of Art of Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “Pergunte a seus vizinhos”, SARACURA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– “Pergunte a seus vizinhos”, Cultural Centre, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “O sono louco: quem vigia o vigia?”, Casamata Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-#45th Contemporary Art Salon Luiz Sacilotto, Santo André, Brazil.
– “Los derivados”, group exhibition curated by Alan Martín Segal na Galeria Slyzmud, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
– ““Pela estrada e Fora”, exhition part of the “5# Salão Arte Londrina”, curated by Ricardo Basbaum and Danillo Villa, Londrina, Brazil.
– Festival Arte Atual, Institute Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “Entrepáginas”, Janaína Torres Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “Artes Visuais em revista”, BNDES Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– 41st Salon of Ribeirão Preto, Museum of Art of Ribeirão Preto, Brazil.
– “Elefante branco com paninho em cima”, Museum of Image and Sound, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “Agora somos mais de mil”, Schoo of Visual Arts (EAV) Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– “Unânime noite” Group exhibition curated by Bernardo José de Souza in the Gallery Bolsa de Arte, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “7º Salão dos Artistas sem Galeria”, Gallerys Zipper and Sancovsky in São Paulo, Brazil, Orlando Lemos in Belo Horizonte and Potrich Arte Contemporânea, in Goiânia, Brazil.
– “O que caminha ao lado”, SESC Vila Mariana, São Paulo, Brazil.
– “Abre Alas 11”, A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– “Ocidente / Oriente”, work on urban advertising panels in the city of Buenos Aires, part of “Proyecto Coordenadas” of Jasmine Bakalarz.
– “Paisaje y Acontecimiento: re-consideraciones sobre una poética Rugendiana”, Galeria Agatha Costure, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
– Final Show of the Artists Program, Gallery of the University Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
– “(Há fotografias para documentar isso)”, Cultural Centre Sergio Porto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– “O último instantâneo da intelligentsia europeia #2”, headquarter of the ONG Meu Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Publications and lectures
– “Todos os pontos”, visual essay created especially for issue # 25 of Serrote, a literature review published by Institute Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo, Brazil.
– “A reinvencão do cotidiano”, conference in the film series ‘Visões da Vanguarda’ curated by Patricia Mourão no CCBB de São Paulo (soon to be published in the catalogue)
– “El sueño loco – The Mad Sleep”, bilingual exposure test “O sono louco – quem vigia o vigia?” in Revista Labor nú3, Argentina.
– “Not to Cut a Long Story Short”, afterword to the book of poems “Lost City” by Lucas Cureau, edited by the publisher Deep, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– “Sinto muito, senhora Cézanne”, Essay published in Ensaia – Journal of dramaturgy, performance and multiple writings, number 3 (digital publication)
– “O que é um curador?”, Translation of the essay by Claire Bishop, published in Concinnitas, year 16, volume 02, issue 27, December 2015
– “O sono louco”, essay on the homonymous exhibition in Poiesis – Journal of the Postgraduate Program in Contemporary Studies of the Arts of the Fluminense Federal University, no24
– “Os passos perdidos”, Essay on the work of Mariana Serri published in the magazine Amarello, 06, number 20
– “O que é Crítica institucional?”, Translation of the essay by Andrea Fraser, published in Concinnitas, year 15, volume 02, number 24, December
– O Boletim da Juventude | The Youth Bulletin (book) independent publication, with Ismar Tirelli Neto, Delia Rogobete, Pedro França and Lucas Cureau
– Daniel Jablonski s’entretien avec Pedro França, Bilingual interview published in Octopus Notes 3 magazine, Paris, France
– Trâmites Aduaneiros, an independent publication with an essay on the work of Antonio Sobral on the occasion of his exhibition “Força Latente” at DConcept gallery, São Paulo, Brazil.
– Apresentação da obra “O sono louco” At the International Congress of Philosophy Penser les pratiques artistiques contemporaines: l’apport de Walter Benjamin, PUC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– O curador como etnógrafo, o etnógrafo como curador, Interview with Pedro de Niemeyer Ccesarino, in collaboration with Isabella Rjeille, part of Máquina de Escrever, 2013, of CAPECETE entertainments
– Performance of the Astrologically Incompatible Work, speaks at the congress of philosophy The alchemy of criticism – Benjamin and ‘The elective affinities of Goethe’, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– Uma utopia contra os recifes, interview with Antonio Sobral, published independently on the occasion of his exhibition “Surfing” at the DConcept Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil.
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