Fernanda D’Agostino Dias (Brazil, 1984) is a museum professional based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts and a graduate degree in Archival Management. Currently, Fernanda is the Head of the Collection Care & Management department of MASP – Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand.
Fernanda has worked as curatorial assistant for the 28th Sao Paulo Biennial (2008) and 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011), and was the Chief-registrar of Pinacoteca de São Paulo’s collection between the years 2013 and 2020. Previous projects include the organisation of a workshop in collaboration with Tate about the cataloguing and conservation procedures for time-based artworks (Pinacoteca, 2019) and the editorial coordination of Pinacoteca’s Copyright Policy for the Artistic Collection (2019).
As Brooks Fellow in partnership with Tate, Fernanda will work with Tate’s Collection Management team to identify and select a group of Latin American artworks from Tate to be studied, discussed and presented as case studies to small audiences of museum professionals. These case studies will consider models for acquiring, lending, preserving, and managing collection works.
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