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How to Talk About Biennials That Don’t Exist_ Reassembling the Twelfth São Paulo Biennial (1973) – Tate Papers _ Tate.pdf (1.69 MB)

How To Talk About Biennials That Don’t Exist: Reassembling the 12th Bienal de São Paulo (1973)

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posted on 2024-02-29, 09:56 authored by Isobel Whitelegg
The twelfth São Paulo Biennial (1973) was an under-documented exhibition that lacked unifying coherence and received little critical attention. The collective proposals published within its catalogue, however, articulate a history of creative resistance to the Brazilian regime. Arguing for the need to pay greater attention to non-exemplary exhibitions, and drawing from archival research and interviews, this article situates this biennial within its institutional context and re-assemble the relationship between the proposals and the concerns of their time.

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School of Arts, University of Leicester

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Tate Papers

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34

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Tate

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1753-9854

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2022

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2024-02-29

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