Rejane Cintrão

Rejane Cintrão, Brazil (senior writer)
Rejane Cintrão is an independent curator. Between 1993 and 2005, she worked as Executive Curator at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo. In 2010, she curated the exhibition 7SP – Seven artists from São Paulo, presented at CAB (Contemporary Art Brussels) in Belgium. From 2006 to 2010, Rejane created and coordinated the Novos Curadores website. Then, in the period 2010-2014, she conceived and curated numerous exhibitions by Brazilian artists. She is presently working as coordinator at Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, a private contemporary art institution. Her texts have been included in the following books: Arte Concreta Paulista- Grupo Ruptura (Cosac & Naify, São Paulo, 2001), and Algumas Exposições Exemplares, As Salas de Exposição na São Paulo de 1905 a 1930 (Editora Zouk, Porto Alegre, 2011). Rejane is also founder of Isso é Arte, a company specializing in editorial projects, educational programs, and curatorship.

Articles (4)

Besides the Rio Olympics, the 32nd São Paulo Biennial and Instituto Inhotim are two reasons to visit Brazil in 2016
Article date: Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Besides the Rio Olympics, the 32nd São Paulo Biennial and Instituto Inhotim are two reasons to visit Brazil in 2016

With an eye towards Brazil’s stimulating cultural landscape, Artdependence Magazine interviews Jochen Volz, outgoing Head of Program at Serpentine Gallery in London, former artistic director at Instituto Inhotim, and appointed curator for the next São Paulo Biennial. German-born Volz is a Brazilian veteran, having spent eight years serving as curator and artistic director at the Instituto Inhotim, located in the State of Minas Gerais in Brazil.

Hosting SP Arte/Foto at JK Iguatemi is a wonderful way to engage with photography
Article date: Monday, August 17, 2015

Hosting SP Arte/Foto at JK Iguatemi is a wonderful way to engage with photography

Carlos Jereissati Filho (São Paulo, 1971), one of the most prominent businessmen in Brazil, spent most of his childhood inside the Shopping Center Iguatemi in São Paulo, the first shopping mall that opened in Brazil and which was owned by his father. Carlos Jereissati began his career in 1994 as marketing officer for Jereissati Participações S.A., the parent company of Iguatemi Empresa. In 1996, he became the general manager of the Praia de Belas Shopping Center in Porto Alegre, rising to superintendent officer and chief operations officer before being appointed as chief executive. Contemporary art happens to be a personal passion of this young entrepreneur, who is using his mall spaces to exhibit art, bringing it closer to the Brazilian public.

“I always play with my origins” – interview with Berna Reale
Article date: Thursday, February 12, 2015

“I always play with my origins” – interview with Berna Reale

Berna Reale was born in 1965 in Belém, city located in the State of Pará in North Brazil. Recently invited by Luis Camilo Osorio and Cauê Alves to exhibit at the Brazilian Pavillion in the next Biennale de Venezia, she is one of the most prominent Brazilian artists at the moment.

31st São Paulo International Biennial: September - December 2014
Article date: Friday, October 31, 2014

31st São Paulo International Biennial: September - December 2014

The 31st edition of the São Paulo Biennial opened in September.

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Luc Tuymans, Flemish Village 1995.  Collection MuHKA, Antwerp

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