CONSTELAÇÃO: A TRIBUTE TO CLARICE LISPECTOR
Celebrating the work and legacy of the writer Clarice Lispector (1920-1977), the IMS brings the exhibition Constelação Clarice. An investigation into the poetics of the author, curated by Eucanaã Ferraz and Veronica Stigger, the exhibition brings together approximately 300 pieces, including manuscripts, photographs, letters, records, press materials and other documents.
A fundamental name in Brazilian literature, Clarice was also very interested in the visual arts. What connections would it be possible to establish between Clarice's textual production and the works of women who, in the same period, marked the history of Brazilian art?
To create these dialogues, the concept of constellation will be changed. Eleven centers present works in different media, created by 26 visual artists who performed between the 1940s and 1970s. A unique history of Brazilian art is thus combined in the feminine, with works that only Clarice's literary universe allows to bring together, proposing a network of relationships capable of generating new and surprising reciprocal readings.