The crossings in partnership between the 13th BIA and the exhibition Daido Moriyama: a retrospective, organized by Instituto Moreira Salles, aim to promote approximations between the photography made by Moriyama and the look at the city of São Paulo. The walk begins on Avenida Paulista, where the exhibition is on display, provoking a look at the city through photography, inspired by Moriyama’s conceptual thinking. Along the following route, participants are invited to learn about the history of the place and to create their own images.The itinerary, organized by the Cartografia Negra collective, passes through places in the center of São Paulo that relate to memories of African peoples in diaspora, during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Thyago Nogueira Curator and editor. He directs the Contemporary Photography department at Instituto Moreira Salles and is editor-in-chief of ZUM magazine. He is curator of the exhibition Daido Moriyama: a retrospective, organized by Instituto Moreira Salles.
Daniele Queiroz Assistant curator of Contemporary Photography at Instituto Moreira Salles. Founder of the platform and study group “History is another”, which studies women photographers and decolonial methodologies to approach the image. She is assistant curator of the exhibition Daido Moriyama: a retrospective, organized by Instituto Moreira Salles
Carolina Piai Vieira Works as a researcher for the Cartografia Negra collective and as a trainer at the Instituto Vladimir Herzog. Graduated in Journalism, student at the Núcleo de Artes Afro-Brasileiras da USP, and master’s student in Social History. Currently she is part of the co-curatorial team of the 13th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo.
Monike Raphaela Black peripheric woman, graduated in photography and sound design, uses several languages as a form of expression, develops researches with the documentary, studies relationships and aims to highlight the importance of her own experience as an independent artist for the construction of her identity and understanding of her territory in the East zone. Founder and member of Coletivo CRIÔ, an independent audiovisual collective from the East Side of São Paulo.
Pedro Vinicius Alves Co-curator of the 13th International Architecture Biennale. He is a researcher of the collective Cartografia Negra, worked at the Secretariat of Culture of the State of São Paulo in the years 2014 and 2015. He was a trainer in Cultural Cartography in the Training program for monitors of Casas de Cultura.
Raíssa Albano de Oliveira Co-curator of the 13th International Architecture Biennale. She is an anthropologist and educator, an African womanist. She was a trainer in the Jovem Monitor program (CIEDS). She is a researcher at Coletivo Cartografia Negra, Research Coordinator at Instituto Gilberto Dimenstein.