Paulo Miyada

(this page was last updated in February 2019)

Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil
Member of PIPA Nominating Committee 2016 and 2019.

Curator and research of contemporary art. Has a Masters degree in History of Architecture and Urbanism by the University of São Paulo (FAU-USP), SP, where he also obtained his Bachelors degree.

Curator of the Institute Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, SP, where he coordinates the Research and Curatorship sector. Collaborated in several exhibitions, including: “Tomie Ohtake 100-101″ (2015), “Nelson Felix: Verso” (2013) “Paulo Bruscky: Banco de Ideias” (2012)and the programme “Arte Atual” (desde 2013). Also coordinates and teaches the courses of the Entrópica School at the Institute.

Miyanda was the assistant curator of the 29th São Paulo Biennial (2010) and joined the curatorial team at “Rumos Artes Visuais” Itaú Cultural (2011-2013) and at the retrospective edition of this programme in 2014.

Curated the group exhibitions: “A parte que não te pertence”, Wiesbaden, Germany (Kunsthaus Wiesbaden, 2014), “A parte que não te pertence”, Madrid, Spain (Galeria Maisterravalbuena, 2014), “Boletim”, São Paulo, SP (Galeria Millan, 2013), “É preciso confrontar as imagens vagas com os gestos claros” and “Em direto” (Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade, 2011 e 2012), “Se o Paraíso Fosse Assim tão Bom” (Fundação Iberê Camargo,2019),  amongst others.

Miyanda is currently one of the curators at the 34º Panorama da Arte Brasileira: “Da pedra, da terra, daqui”, at the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, Brazil.


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