Rio’s artists are among the many who are rethinking Rio. The collective exhibit “Invisible Maps” opened at the Caixa Cultural downtown Nov. 22 and lasts until Jan. 5. Curated by Daniela Name, it’s inspired by Italo Calvino’s 1972 novel, Invisible Cities. “A city is made up of superimposed cities,” says Name. “There are many invisible maps in the neighborhoods and regions of a metropolis. They reveal the different layers of time that the city has been through, sewn together by individual or collective memory of those who live there.”
Read more about the exhibit here, in Portuguese.