Associação Cultural Videobrasil and Sesc São Paulo announce selected artists
50 artists from 25 countries will showcase their works in the 20th edition of the Contemporary Art Festival
Associação Cultural Videobrasil and Sesc São Paulo announce the list of artists who will be participating in the 20th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil, one of the leading plataforms for contemporary art in the Global South, to be held from October 2017 through January 2018 in São Paulo.
Nearly 2000 artists from 109 countries submitted works during the open call for the 20th Festival. The Brazilians Ana Pato, Beatriz Lemos and Diego Matos, and the Portuguese João Laia collaborated with the chief curator Solange Farkas, and were responsible for selecting the 50 artists from 25 countries who will showcase their works in this new edition.
Alia Farid, Kuwait / Puerto Rico; Alyona Larionova, Russia / United Kingdom; Ana Elisa Egreja, Brazil; Ana Mazzei, Brazil; Ana Vaz, Brazil / France; Andrés Padilla Domene, Mexico / France; Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Búrca, Brazil and Germany; Cristiano Lenhardt, Brazil; Daniel Monroy Cuevas, Mexico; Débora Mazloum, Brazil; Elizabeth Vásquez Arbulú, Peru; Elvis Almeida, Brazil; Emo de Medeiros, France / Benin; Engel Leonardo, Dominican Republic; Felipe Esparza Pérez, Peru; Filipa César, Portugal / Germany; Graziela Kunsch, Brazil; Haig Aivazian, Lebanon; Hellen Ascoli, Guatemala; Ícaro Lira, Brazil; Jaime Lauriano, Brazil; Jiwon Choi, South Korea / United States; Karo Akpokiere, Nigeria; Kavich Neang, Cambodia; Köken Ergun, Turkey; La Decanatura, Colombia; Louise Botkay, Brazil; Mabe Bethônico, Brazil; Manuela de Laborde, Mexico; Mariana Portela Echeverri, Portugal / United Kingdom; Mariana Rodríguez, Argentina / Mexico; Miguel Penha, Brazil; Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor, Romania; Monira Al Qadiri, Senegal / Kuwait; Natasha Mendonca, India; Pakui Hardware, Lithuania; Pedro Barateiro, Portugal; Quy Minh Truong, Vietnam; Rafael Pagatini, Brazil; Rodrigo Hernández, Mexico; Roy Dib, Lebanon; Sammy Baloji, Democratic Republic of the Congo / Belgium; Sasha Litvintseva, Russia / United Kingdom; Seydou Cissé, Mali / France; Thando Mama, South Africa; Tatewaki Nio, Japan / Brazil; Thiago Martins de Melo, Brazil; Viktorija Rybakova, Lithuania; Von Calhau!, Portugal; Ximena Garrido-Lecca, Peru / Mexico.