From à sombra do futuro
Took place at Instituto Cervantes São Paulo from September 15th 2010 to October 20th 2010
Admission was free
Opening times were the following
- Mon-Fri: 8am - 9pm
- Sat: 9am - 3pm
- With an opening on September 15th - 2010, Wednesday, 7pm and closing on October 27th, Saturday, 7pm
Live oral narration (performance)
The adventures of the Quijote — or praise to utopia, by Mónica Giraldo:
Consists in a live show whose central axis is the oral narration (from memory) of some chapters of the classic of Spanish literature "Dom Quixote de La Mancha", written by Miguel de Cervantes in 1605. The actress took three years preparing this idea systematically and continuously, taking into account that the novel was written to be read aloud.
- The presentation took place on the 19th and the 20th of October at 8pm and was entirely in Spanish.
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Location: Main auditorium at Instituto Cervantes São Paulo
- Admission was free.
- Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo, for generously loaning Jean Scheurer's Today's Archeology.
- Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, for generously loaning Iran do Espírito Santo's A Noite.
- André Komatsu. Beto Shwafaty, Bruno Faria, Cadu, Carlos Zílio, Clara Ianni, Daré, Deyson Gilbert, Felipe Bittencourt, Guilherme Peters, Iran do Espírito Santo, Jean Scheurer, João Paulo Leite, Luciana Ohira & Sérgio Bonilha, Marcius Galan, Mónica Giraldo, Regina Parra, Regina Silveira, Roberto Moreira Junior, Stefan Brüggemann, Theo Craveiro, Tiago Alem Santinho, Tiago Judas, Vitor Cesar and Waltercio Caldas.
- Fernando Piola, Luis Fernando Cardona, Maria Cecília Winter, Maria Rita Guedes, Tadeu Chiarelli, Raffaele Elia, Pedro Terra and Vitor Cesar.
Design and programming: Roberto Winter
Texts and content: Deyson Gilbert, Luiza Proença and Roberto Winter
Translations from portuguese: Luiza Proença and Roberto Winter
- Cadu: photograph by Ding Musa.
- Iran do Espírito Santo: photograph by Isabella Matheus.
- Jean Scheurer: photograph by Romulo Fialdini.
- Marcius Galan: photograph by Edouard Fraipoint.
- Mónica Giraldo: photograph by Diana Maria Fonseca.
- Regina Silveira: photograph by Roberto Winter.
- Stefan Brüggemann: photograph by Andre Morin.
- Waltercio Caldas: photograph by Wilton Montenegro.
Unless when noted otherwise, all the other images were made by the artists themselves.