(Trans)Panamerican: gender and sexuality in the 31st São Paulo Biennial

Milena Costa de Souza, Miriam Adelman


This article discusses the 31st São Paulo Biennial from a sociological and feminist perspective. We focus on how representations of the queer and the feminine bodies circulated during the event and focus the analysis on two projects: “EspaçoparaAbortar” and “Dios esMarica”. The text assumes an intersectional perspective with attention to the roles that gender, religion, sexuality and the politics of representation play in the formation of curatorial projects, artistic discourses and artists’ poetics. We also focus on the social context and conditions of possibility that produced the visibility of gender and sexuality representations during the 2014 São Paulo Biennial.

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