Until November 1, the Berlin Biennale Epilogue (@berlinbiennale) will be open. Curated by María Berríos, Renata Cervetto, Lisette Lagnado and Agustín Pérez Rubio, the exhibition Storefront for Dissident Bodies is presented, which takes place in Daadgalerie and transforms the space into a showcase for queer bodies, dissidents and rebels. Its ready-to-wear architecture for vulnerable movements and its fashion politics overthrows the hyper-sexualized normality of seasonal department store collections.

In it, thanks to the collaboration between the National Museum of Fine Arts (@mnbachile), the Copello Family and the AMA Foundation (@famaishere), there is a series of works by the artist Francisco Copello, which honor the artist’s legacy and what They present in one of the most relevant stages of the current contemporary scene.

We leave you a

Until November 1, the Berlin Biennale Epilogue (@berlinbiennale) will be open. Curated by María Berríos, Renata Cervetto, Lisette Lagnado and Agustín Pérez Rubio, the exhibition Storefront for Dissident Bodies is presented, which takes place in Daadgalerie and transforms the space into a showcase for queer bodies, dissidents and rebels. Its ready-to-wear architecture for vulnerable movements and its fashion politics overthrows the hyper-sexualized normality of seasonal department store collections.

In it, thanks to the collaboration between the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (@mnbachile), the Copello Family and the Fundación AMA (@famaishere), there is a series of works by the artist Francisco Copello, which honor the artist’s legacy and what They present in one of the most relevant stages of the current contemporary scene.

We leave you a walkthrough of the exhibition, that is being presented at the daad Galerie, in company of María Berríos and Agustín Pérez Rubio.

 

Credits:
11° Berlin Biennale
Camera: Frank Sperling
Sound: Frank Sperling, Paolo Combes
Video editor: Julia Bande
Editor: Sabine Weier