|Cuándo:||16 may de 2019 - 06 oct de 2019|
|Inauguración:||16 may de 2019|
|Dónde:||Institute of Contemporary Art - Miami / 4040 NE 2nd Avenue / Miami, Florida, Estados Unidos|
|Organizada por:||ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art Miami|
|Artistas participantes:||Paulo Nazareth|
|Enlaces oficiales||Web Facebook|
ICA Miami presents “Melee,” the first solo US museum exhibition for Paulo Nazareth. An artist who works across mediums, Nazareth uses performance and sculpture—monumental and ephemeral—to critique the colonial experience in Brazil and the Americas. His durational performances and installations draw from his joint African and Indigenous heritage to highlight marginalized historical legacies, non-Western cosmovisions, and potential methods of nonexploitative living and relating. For his exhibition at ICA Miami, Paulo Nazareth will present a series of commissions that consider an alternative political history of Latin America, emphasizing its marginalized protagonists. Additionally Nazareth will exhibit a series of works he has been developing in recent years. His drawings and photographs, “Blacks in the Pool,” explore the history of discrimination against and segregation of Black bodies throughout the Americas, and in particular how these practices have often emerged around public swimming pools. The exhibition will include an installation that revisits Nazareth’s project The Red Inside (2018), which was first generated for Prospect New Orleans, and involved following the route of the Underground Railroad all the way to Canada and casting watermelons—sacred fruits in certain African contexts—using clay drawn from the Mississippi River.
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