List of works – São Luís

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São Luís

34th Bienal de São Paulo Traveling exhibitions program

Though it’s dark,

April 12 – June 12, 2022

List of works

São Luís

Casa do Maranhão and Centro Cultural Vale

São Luís

still I sing



Casa do Maranhão – São Luís, MA Statement The Portraits of Frederick Douglass, 1841-1895 Fine art print in poster format 60 × 40 cm 68 portraits of the approximately 160 carried out in Frederick Douglass’ lifetime were collected and printed The photographs printed in the exhibitions of the 34th Bienal are from the collections: Greg French; Onondaga Historical Association; Albert Cook Myers Collection / Chester County Historical Society; Moorland-Spingarn Research Center / Howard University; National Portrait Gallery / Smithsonian Institution; The Art Institute of Chicago; John Chester Buttre; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Clements Library / University of Michigan; New York Historical Society; University of New Mexico Art Museum; National Park Service; Swann Auction Galleries; Massachusetts Historical Society; Hillsdale College; Special Collections / Lavery Library / St. John Fisher College; Lynn Museum and Historical Society / Hutchinson Family Singers Album; Virginia Historical Society; Connecticut Historical Society; R. R. Auction; Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections / Cornell University; Boston Athenaeum; Kansas State Historical Society; American Antiquarian Society; Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History; Cincinnati History Library and Archives; Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library; Kansas State Historical Society; Anacostia Community Museum Archives / Smithsonian Institution; Monroe County Public Library / State Archives of Florida; Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper; Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture; John White Hurn; Rochester Public Library; Chicago History Museum; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Mississippi Department of Archives and History and Manuscript Library; Augustus Robin; Anna Roelofs; Tuskegee University; Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute and New Bedford Whaling Museum


Alice Shintani Menas, 2015-2021 Gouache and embroidery on paper boxes of food and cleaning products dimensions variable Artist’s collection

Arjan Martins Complexo Atlântico (Oceano), 2021 Atlantic Complex (Ocean) Acrylic on canvas 275 × 765 cm Commissioned by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo for the 34th Bienal

Frida Orupabo

Participation in the 34th Bienal supported by: Nordic Culture Fund and Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA)

Untitled, 2018 Framed pigment prints on acid free semigloss cotton paper (exhibition copy) 116 × 174 × 5cm Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm AB

Untitled, 2019 Fine art print on cotton paper (exhibition copy) 225 × 170 cm Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm AB

Neo Muyanga Daniel de Paula

Participation in the 34th Bienal supported by: British Council and Institut français à Paris

circulação, 2019

A Maze in Grace, 2020

circulation

Pigment print on paper Dimensions variable

Video-negociation 30’49’’ Artist’s collection

Deana Lawson Untitled (working title), 2018 HD video, color, sound 12’ loop Artist’s collection

A Maze in Grace XIII, 2020 HD video 30’46’’ Commissioned by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo for the 34th Bienal in partnership with the Liverpool Biennial Conceived and photographed by Neo Muyanga; featuring: chorus: Legítima Defesa; soprano: Tina Mene; animations: Bianca Turner & Neo; collage photographs: Cristina Maranhão / Christiano Jr.; sound mix: Dave Langemann & Neo; recorded at: Bienal Pavilion, São Paulo (February 2020) & studio KwaCha, Cape Town (June 2020) Artist's collection

A Maze in Grace, 2021 Publication


Noa Eshkol

Participation in the 34th Bienal supported by: Artis and the Consulado Geral de Israel em São Paulo

Insects in the Sun, 1990 Cotton, synthetic fiber, lurex, rayon 278 × 216 cm Courtesy: The Noa Eshkol Foundation for Movement Notation, Holon, Israel and neugerriemschneider, Berlin

Symmetric Flora, 1995 Cotton, cotton-linen, cotton twill, cotton crepe, cotton corduroy, polyester 225 × 173 cm Courtesy: The Noa Eshkol Foundation for Movement Notation, Holon, Israel and neugerriemschneider, Berlin

Wonderful Summer That Noa Missed With Birds, c. 1990 Wool, cotton, silk, cellulose 291 × 187 cm Courtesy: The Noa Eshkol Foundation for Movement Notation, Holon, Israel and neugerriemschneider, Berlin

Tony Cokes Evil.27: Selma, 2011 HD video 9’ Courtesy of the artist, Greene Naftali, New York, Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York


Centro Cultural Vale – São Luís, MA Statement The Portraits of Frederick Douglass, 1841-1895 Fine art print in poster format 60 × 40 cm 40 portraits of the approximately 160 carried out in Frederick Douglass’ lifetime were collected and printed The photographs printed in the exhibitions of the 34th Bienal are from the collections: Greg French; Onondaga Historical Association; Albert Cook Myers Collection / Chester County Historical Society; Moorland-Spingarn Research Center / Howard University; National Portrait Gallery / Smithsonian Institution; The Art Institute of Chicago; John Chester Buttre; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Clements Library / University of Michigan; New York Historical Society; University of New Mexico Art Museum; National Park Service; Swann Auction Galleries; Massachusetts Historical Society; Hillsdale College; Special Collections / Lavery Library / St. John Fisher College; Lynn Museum and Historical Society / Hutchinson Family Singers Album; Virginia Historical Society; Connecticut Historical Society; R. R. Auction; Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections / Cornell University; Boston Athenaeum; Kansas State Historical Society; American Antiquarian Society; Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History; Cincinnati History Library and Archives; Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library; Kansas State Historical Society; Anacostia Community Museum Archives / Smithsonian Institution; Monroe County Public Library / State Archives of Florida; Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper; Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture; John White Hurn; Rochester Public Library; Chicago History Museum; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Mississippi Department of Archives and History and Manuscript Library; Augustus Robin; Anna Roelofs; Tuskegee University; Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute and New Bedford Whaling Museum


Beatriz Santiago Muñoz

37,5 × 27,7 cm (each) Artist’s collection

El cuervo, la yegua y la fosa, 2021 The crow, the mare, and the pit Video 16’ Commissioned by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo for the 34th Bienal

Daiara Tukano Kahtiri Ēõrõ – Espelho da vida, 2020 Mirror of Life Silk feathers and mirror

Frida Orupabo

Participation in the 34th Bienal supported by: Nordic Culture Fund and Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA)

Untitled, 2021 Collage 158 × 110 cm Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm AB

Gustavo Caboco and Lucilene Wapichana Extensão Wapichana, 2019 Wapichana Extension Embroidery on fabric, 638 × 85 cm

Jaider Esbell Carta ao velho mundo, 2021 Letter to the Old World Book and digitized printed book

Paulo Kapela Untitled, 2007 Graphite on paper 63 × 77 cm Private collection

Untitled, 2008 Mixed media 72 × 53 cm Private collection

Untitled, 2009 Mixed media 58 × 31 cm Private collection

Untitled, 2010 Mixed media 56 × 76 cm Private collection

Untitled, 2010 Mixed media 55 × 41,5 Private collection

Paulo Nazareth Corte seco – Tereza de Banguela, 2021 Dry cut – Tereza de Banguela Sculpture on painted sheet metal and MDF 600 × 495 cm Commissioned by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo for the 34th Bienal


Uýra Vovó Cobra, 2021 Grandma Snake Photographic installation composed by works from the series Elementar and Mil Quase Mortos Commissioned by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo for the 34th Bienal:

Elementar (A Flora d’Água), 2017 Elemental (The Water Flora) Photograph 29 × 45 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (A última Floresta), 2017 Elemental (The Last Forest) Photograph 41 × 75 cm Artist’s collection

Mil Quase Mortos (Boiuna) 1, 2019 One Thousand Almost Dead (Boiuna 1) Photograph 52 × 78 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (Chão da mata), 2018 Elemental (Forest’s Floor) Photograph 79 × 120 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (Rio Negro), 2018 Elemental (Negro River) Photograph 100 × 74 cm Artist’s collection

Mil Quase Mortos (Boiuna), 2019 Elemental (Boiuna)

One Thousand Almost Dead (chaos)

Photograph 50 × 89 cm Artist’s collection

Photograph 63 × 90 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (A última Floresta – Terra pelada), 2018

Mil Quase Mortos (caos), 2018

Mil Quase Mortos (Boiuna), 2019 One Thousand Almost Dead (Boiuna) Photograph 65 × 107 cm Artist’s collection

Elemental (The Last Forest – Naked land) Photograph 73 × 110 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (A última Floresta – Terra pelada), 2018

Mil Quase Mortos (caos), 2018

Elemental (The Last Forest – Naked land)

One Thousand Almost Dead (chaos)

Photograph 45 × 72 cm Artist’s collection

Photograph 50 × 75 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (A última floresta) Uýra Sodoma, 2019 Elemental (The Last Forest) Uýra Sodoma Photograph 60 × 90 cm Artist’s collection


Elementar (A última Floresta – Fogo), 2017 Elemental (The Last Forest – Fire) Photograph 60 × 90 cm Artist’s collection

Elementar (A última Floresta), 2017 Elemental (The Last Forest) Photograph 41 × 62 cm Artist’s collection

Victor Anicet

Participation in the 34th Bienal supported by: Institut français à Paris and Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication – DAC Martinique

Caldèras, 2013/2019 Ceramic Ø 25 cm Artist’s collection

Caldèras, 2013/2019 Ceramic Ø 25 cm Artist’s collection

Caldèras, 2013/2021 Ceramic Ø 27 cm Artist’s collection

Vision du vaincu, 2018 View of the defeated Ceramic 35 × 50 × 10 cm