Affiliated Researcher for Global Brazil Lab at Duke University (NC), USA

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Since April 2015 I have been contributing to the research leading to the exhibition project ‘Contested Freedom: Pop Art in the Americas, 1965-1975’, conducted by the Global Brazil Lab of the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University (NC), USA.

During that month I  visited the university to take part in a graduate seminar on Argentine Pop, focusing on the Instituto Di Tella activities and on Leon Ferrari’s work.

I also gave a talk about my curatorial work as part of the panel discussion ‘The Contemporary Black Atlantic: Interchanges between Brazil and Africa’ alongside Brazilian artist Rosana Paulino and scholar Emi Koide.

http://sites.fhi.duke.edu/globalbrazil/team/gabriela-salgado/

http://sites.fhi.duke.edu/globalbrazil/2015/04/04/panel-discussion-on-48-the-contemporary-black-atlantic-interchanges-between-brazil-and-africa/

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