Ecos do Atlântico Sul
Ines Linke is a researcher and curator who teaches art history at the Federal University of Bahia, with a MA and PhD in Art from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil (2012) and a BA from the University of Iowa (1993). Over the last years she has organized exhibitions and events such as How to resist in today’s world? (Salvador, 2017), Foz Afora (Rio de Janeiro, 2017). Depois do Paraíso e do País do Futuro (Belo Horizonte, 2016); Natureza Morta (Rio de Janeiro, 2015); Simpósio Interdisciplinar: Paisagem e Memória, (São João del-Rei, 2013) and Tempos possíveis (São João del-Rei, 2012).