Paulo Nazareth

Genocide in Americas

Part of the festival Projeto Brasil - The Sky Is Already Falling 


each 18:00-23:00

The visual artist Paulo Nazareth deals with the processes of European acculturation and cultural appropriation in his works. With his finely tuned radar he tracks the indifference of privileged majorities toward minorities, drawing our attention to what has been forgotten or disregarded. In the exhibition “Genocide in Americas” he combines lines of thought and action, using narrative to outline the various models of genocide that have marked the history of South and North America. From the extermination that took place over the course of colonization to the enslavement of black Africans, who were brought to the new continent by force, depriving them not only of their family and spiritual connections, but also of their fundamental humanity. In collaboration with the Galerie Meyer Riegger (Berlin) HAU Hebbel am Ufer is showing a selection of his video works, posters, booklets and installations as part of “Projeto Brasil”.

In cooperation with Galerie Meyer Riegger.


  • Past
    Tue 7.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Wed 8.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Thu 9.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Sat 11.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Mon 13.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Tue 14.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Fri 17.6.2016, 18:00 /
    Sat 18.6.2016, 18:00 /


In cooperation with Galerie Meyer Riegger.

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