About this Event
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For this exhibition, Brazilian American artist Paulo P. Lima, Ph.D. aims to provide a conversation between the Brazilian diaspora living in the United States and expressions of Carnaval throughout the Americas. Exploring colors, textures and shapes, Lima seeks to engage in a dialogue of identities, revealing inspiration that derives from Afro-Brazilian artistic expressions and the influences he has received in the United States and abroad. Using sculpture and sartorial design, Lima weaves layers of identities. Negotiating and navigating his space and place in the artistic and academic realms, the art pieces displayed in this exhibition are expressions of the artist's queer and Latinx ways of seeing.
The exhibition is on display in the William H. Hannon Library on levels 2-3 during regular business hours.
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