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Join Dr Isobel Whitelegg (Research Director, Museum Studies, University of Leicester) for a talk that explores Cinthia Marcelle’s past work, and contextualises her practice in relation to how Brazilian artists have historically navigated between formal concerns and a need to confront social or political demands.

Isobel Whitelegg

Isobel Whitelegg is Lecturer and Research Director at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester. After completing her PhD, she developed the collaborative research projects ‘Latin American Art & the UK’ and ‘Meeting Margins, Transnational Art in Europe & Latin America’ and has published widely on the international reception of art and artists from Latin America. Her current research focuses on the relationship between art- and institutional histories in Brazil. A trustee of the Biennial Foundation, she has previously occupied two positions that operated between academic and arts-institutional contexts: as Research Curator, Tate Liverpool and Head of Public Programmes, Nottingham Contemporary.