RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - There are 60 works by 55 artists from 28 nations. This year, the exhibition's theme is "Imagined Communities", the same title as the historian Benedict Anderson's book on nationalism.
The aim is to reflect on community organizations beyond the States, such as traditional groups, refugees and utopian possibilities. "It responds to the desire to grasp the artistic production of stateless communities, such as indigenous, immigrant, and religious communities".
"Every type of community that does not conform to or is not represented by a national state", explains one of the curators, Gabriel Bogossian.
Indigenous . . .