IAM Magazine is the first artistic platform that celebrates women in the fields of visual arts, fashion, design and architecture in Africa, as well as the first artistic space focusing on women as an artistic subject.
“IAM… a Woman of Art: during the month of March, IAM highlights 8 women active in the arts, fashion and design. After Emilie Regnier, Eve De Medeiros, and Majida Khattari, Nana Oforiatta-Ayim, Farah Khelil, and Laurence Kanza, we had the pleasure to engage with Diane lima, Curator and Creative Director of NoBrasil.
Diane Lima is a Brazilian woman from Bahia, where lives the biggest Black community out of Africa. She is the founding curator ofNoBrasil a research and curatorial platform which connects people who are creatively changing the culture of the country to empower and inspire agents of transformation. At NoBrasil, Lima is interested in creative projects that explore all aspects of Brazilian diversity, from social to cultural and geopolitics.””
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“Curatorship for me is about caring and sharing. I want to be a curator who breaks the brazilian colonial system that keep in the same circle of people the power and opportunities an that leaves most people in the borders, without recognition. What I do is build other narratives being, as black woman, subject of my own history.”