Dr. Ana Hupe

Ana Hupe (from Rio de Janeiro, BR, lives in Berlin) is a visual artist dedicated to building counter- memories of colonial archives with narrative installations focused on social invisibilities, historical erasures, resistance movements. Hupe is a research associate in the History of Art department at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle (Department of Art History) and holds a PhD in Fine Arts from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2016, PPGAV-UFRJ). She works with different techniques such as lens-based media, texts, printmaking and sculpture. Her works are in the public collections of ESCALA (Essex University Contemporary Art Latin America, UK), MAM – Rio de Janeiro; MAR – Rio and IPHAN – RJ. She took part at group exhibitions at various venues: Savvy Contemporary (Berlin), M_Bassy (Hamburg), Haus am Kleistpark (Berlin), CCSP (São Paulo), MAM (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo) and did solo shows at institutions like Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Rio de Janeiro (2016), FUNDAJ, Recife (2017), Paço das Artes, MIS (Sound and Image Museum, São Paulo, 2017). She passed by many residencies: Artista x Artista (Cuba, 2019); Vila Sul Goethe Institut (Brazil, 2018); Kunstkvarteret Lofoten (Norway, 2016); La Ene (Buenos Aires, 2013) and is currently finishing the book „Footnotes to triangular cartographies“ (K Verlag, 2022), that was also an exhibition presented at RAI, Lagos, Nigeria (2021), curated by Jumoke Sanwo and in 2021 at Bernau Galerie by Berlin (2021), curated by Frederiek Weda.