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Beatriz Lobo Britto

  • CountryBrazil
  • Born1994


Beatriz Lobo Britto (b. 1994, Brazil) is iniva’s curator since 2022, where she is responsible for the development and delivery of exhibitions and public programmes with a focus on artistic practices from Global Majority, working with artists and partners to implement artistic projects through research, radical art education, unlearning, and wellbeing practices.

Beatriz is also a museologist, researcher and an enthusiast of non-hierarchical thinking, believing in the equality of ideas and non-linear ways of composing and organising them. Since 2011, Beatriz has been an advocate for Indigenous rights, working on community-led projects with a focus on education and land justice in South America.

Beatriz holds a BA (Hons) in Museum Studies from the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, and MA in Curatorial Practice with a focus in Contemporary Art from Glasgow School of Art. She has also worked at The NewBridge Project (Newcastle, UK), Gallery of Modern Art (Glasgow, UK), Museu do Índio (Museum of Indigenous Peoples, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

At iniva, Beatriz has curated the exhibitions Village Letters (2022-2023), Materials Speak (2024) and the project Unseen Guests (2024), co-curated Shifting the Centre – Anticolonial Ways of Seeing (2023), Can Publications be Porous? (2023), Dancing In The Ellipsis // A Cartographer’s Black Hole (2022), educational projects include Youth Rising, CoLab, and engagement activities around Future Collect projects.

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