A journalist, critic, and art editor, Jacob Klintowitz is the author of 177 books on art, Brazilian art, monographs and artist books, and fiction. He is the author of the short story book “Portão dourado”, having participated in other anthologies of short stories. He also wrote about 3,000 articles and columns. Won twice the “Prêmio Gonzaga
Duque” of the Brazilian Association of Art Critics-ABCA, for his critical performance. And twice he was honored by the ABCA, for his intense cultural action.
Enock Sacramento is a member of the Paulista, Brazilian and International Art Critics Associations. He participated in approximately 150 juries of art salons, curated about 150 exhibitions in Brazil, and abroad, prefaced more than 200 exhibition catalogs, in addition to publishing numerous articles in the press and 34 books on Brazilian art and artists. As a critic and art curator, in 2004 and 2016 he received the Gonzaga Duque Award from ABCA – Brazilian Association of Art Critics and, in 2011, the Mário de Andrade Award. He is curator of the José and Paulina Nemirovsky Foundation, in São Paulo.
Born in Feira de Santana, Bahia, César Romero made his professional debut in
1967. Investigated matrices of popular culture, establishing an accumulation of information of great importance in Brazilian visuality. It gave Brazil a unique stamp to the “Emblematic Tracks”. His Critical Fortune consists of 129 texts of national and 12 international experts. Art Critic affiliated to ABCA and AICA, he was honored and honored in Brazil and abroad.
Rinaldo Morelli is a cultural producer and independent curator, he has participated in more than 58 collective and individual exhibitions in Brazil and abroad. It has works in the collections and collections of Joaquim Paiva / MAM-RJ and Galeria A Casa da Luz Vermelha (Brasília-DF). In addition to serving as a jury and curator in numerous awards and biennials, he also acted as a professor of Introduction to Photography at the University of Brasilia (Unb) and was a member of the Board of Culture Curator of the Chamber Legislative of the Federal District between 2013 and 2017.
Carioca architect, graduated and graduated in Brasilia, Maurício collaborated with great names such as Oscar Niemeyer, Athos Bulcão, Marianne Peretti and Glênio Bianchetti. He participated in curating exhibitions promoted by the Cultural Center of the Chamber, as well as documentaries and programs about our city. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Architects of Brazil IAB-DF from 1988 to 1999, when the third bridge of Lago Sul was held. He was also a member of the curatorial commission of the SESC-DF Biennial of Arts in 2016.
“The Bienal das Artes is a new milestone in Sesc’s cultural actions. It is a provocative, provocative and enriching proposal for creating a noble space for acting, interaction, exchange and promotion of artists and different expressions of the visual arts. It opens a new channel of dialogue between artists, lovers of the visual arts and gives citizens the opportunity to get to know the contemporary artistic movement.” – Adelmir Santana
“The importance of bringing together different expressions of the visual arts is undeniable. Sesc-DF is an institution that constantly seeks to stimulate the artistic class and the emergence of new talents. I believe that the Bienal das Artes is an innovative project in this sense. With this initiative we have the opportunity to know the new and striking trends of the contemporary artistic universe.” – José Roberto Sfair Macedo