Portrait of Gabriel Bevilacqua. Photo: Tim Forbes
Following a thorough search, Agnes is pleased to announce Gabriel Bevilacqua as the new Collections and Care Manager.
Gabriel is a historian, archivist and museum documentation professional working in the field of cultural heritage documentation and conservation since 2005. He holds a BA in History and a MA in Social History from the University of São Paulo and a Master of Archival Studies from the Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros at the same university. His past work includes digitization and conservation projects as a consultant and volunteer, as Collection Manager at Instituto Moreira Salles, as an Assistant Professor at the Information Science Department of Universidade Federal Fluminense and as Head of Archives and Special Collections at Pinacoteca de São Paulo. He has served as a board member of ICOM Brazil National Committee, ICOM’s International Committee for Documentation (CIDOC), the Associação de Arquivistas de São Paulo and the Instituto de Arte Contemporânea.
As Collections and Care Manager at Agnes, he will contribute to ensuring the physical and ethical care, record keeping, and accessibility of the collection, helping to rethink the art facility and museological practice at this transformational moment in Agnes’s future.