+55 (21) 3874-0637
+55 (21) 99694-3887
mbaraka@mbaraka.com.br
Rua Guilherme Marconi, 66 / 305
20240-180
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

+55 (21) 3874-0637
+55 (21) 99694-3887
mbaraka@mbaraka.com.br
Rua Guilherme Marconi, 66 / 305
20240-180
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

+55 (21) 3874-0637
+55 (21) 99694-3887
mbaraka@mbaraka.com.br
Rua Guilherme Marconi, 66 / 305
20240-180
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

ARTE & CULTURE

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About

For the last 15 years, we have been creating critical narrative exhibitions, aligning academic research with contemporary art, design, science and history. The studio is known for its popular and provocative approach to exhibition experience, putting together different languages and cultural backgrounds in order to bring a diverse audience to museums.

More than 10 exhibitions, music and circus festivals, and a Multiplatform project for historical communication (Rolé Carioca), brought many artists from around the world to different cultural venues and territories in the city of Rio.

With great media and audience feedback, studio M’Baraká curated and produced exhibitions at venues such as CCBB (Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil), Museum of Tomorrow, CRAB (Center for Design And Crafts Sebrae), Gallery of The National Bank of Social Development and Museu Nacional (Natural History Museum of Rio), Fiocruz and The Museum of Images of The Unconscious.
 

 

Team

Isabel Seixas

Partner Founder

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Diogo Rezende

Partner Founder

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Larissa Victorio

Partner and Manager

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GISELE VARGAS

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Letícia Stallone

Curator

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Ezio Evy

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Mariana Solis

Designer

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Beatriz Novellino

Colaborator

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Monica Alves

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Clipping

P: What is the origin of the name M’Baraká (M-BA-RA-KA)?

R:

It is a word of indigenous origin, from the Tupi Guarani Ethnicity, which literally means the sound of maracas (a handmade musical instrument). In the Tupi mythology it represents the Genesis.