Jaider Esbell dies, Indigenous plastic artist with works on display at Bienal da São Paulo

Jaider Esbell dies, Indigenous plastic artist with works on display at Bienal da São Paulo

The artist was found dead in his apartment in São Paulo



247 – The artist died on Tuesday (2) at the age of 41, the artist from the town of Roraima, Gaider Espel. One of the highlights of the 34th Biennale de São Paulo, the original artist was found dead in the apartment where he lived, in São Paulo, inform Q G1.

Jaider Esbell is one of Roraima’s most famous Macuxis artists for bringing the indigenous experience to light through art. In addition to being a visual artist, he was a writer and activist for the Macuxi cause.

Since September, Espel’s work has been shown in the exhibition “Moquém_Surarî: Contemporary Indigenous Art” at the 34th Biennale de São Paulo, at the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art (MAM), of which he was also curator.

One of Esbell’s works, “Entidades” in Ibirapuera Park, in São Paulo, is highlighted.

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