VISUAL ARTIST | ACTIVIST
Nina Franco is a Brazilian visual artist based in London working with photography and installation.
Over the last 8 years, she made her journey to different countries exploring political issues through art to reflect on the intersectionality of gender, migration and black identity.
She creates through the deconstruction of the functionality of objects such as yarns attached to photographs to decolonise the narrative on ancestry, memory and history.
‘Nina Franco will be in this year’s edition of the photo festival Encontros da Imagem with her powerful work “Sobre(viver)” – from the 11th Sept until the 31st of October 2020 in the Museum Nogueira da Silva.’
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