Age Group:
Germany, Italy
Art writing, art consulting
Originally from São Paulo, Brunno moved to Berlin in 2013. Living in the city has allowed him to access the Berlin art scene from an international perspective following a cross-cultural approach that is present in most of his projects. Recently, Brunno also lived in London for two years, where he undertook an MA in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art whilst exploring one of the main hubs for contemporary art. With a specialisation in Western (and Western-influenced) contemporary art, Brunno has a particular interest in moving image, installation, sculpture and photography. Whilst working with emerging artists in his curatorial practice, Brunno uses current technological and social-political theory to engage audiences with artworks in the context of broader aesthetics and political debates; interests that are also present in his writing. Brunno has collaborated with Artsy, Artnet and ArtConnect, among others.


Speculative Pillars: Online art viewing and the white cube curse

After the art world has been forced to shift online, what are the challenges and shortfalls of online exhibiting? How much of the expectation around the white cube experience can undermine the creation of a truly new online existence for artworks? Now, we can explore new ways of creating spaces and introduce architectural alternatives to the ways we display art online.