Ecos do Atlântico Sul
Fernando Oliva is a researcher, teacher and curator, working at Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and FAAP School of Visual Arts. He was part of the Third Bahia Bienalle (2014) research and curatorial team. He undertakes a PhD in Art History at Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Among the recent projects he took part as a researcher, curator, editor and writer are: “Maria Auxiliadora: daily life, painting and resistance”, “Feminist Histories: Carla Zaccagnini”, “Histories of Childhood” and “Pedro Correia de Araújo: Erotica”, all at MASP. He is the editor of the publication "Caderno Videobrasil - Tourist/Driver".