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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2016.tde-14042016-103524
Document
Author
Full name
Marina Mazze Cerchiaro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Simioni, Ana Paula Cavalcanti (President)
Fabris, Annateresa
Rubino, Silvana Barbosa
Title in Portuguese
Esculpindo para o Ministério: arte e política no Estado Novo
Keywords in Portuguese
"Homem novo"
Escultura
Estado Novo (1937-1945)
Gênero
Identidade nacional
Ministério da Educação e Saúde
Relações raciais
Abstract in Portuguese
Durante a gestão de Gustavo Capanema, ergueu-se o edifício-sede do Ministério da Educação e Saúde (MES). Visando atribuir à construção de orientação "moderna" caráter nacional, foram encomendadas várias obras de arte, entre elas um conjunto de esculturas, produzido entre 1937 e 1941, por Celso Antônio de Menezes, Adriana Janacópulos e Bruno Giorgi. Por meio da análise dessas esculturas, esta dissertação investiga as tentativas de figurar o ideal do "homem novo" empreendidas por políticos, intelectuais e artistas ligados ao MES. Buscamos compreender o que essas obras, como fontes, podem revelar acerca dos discursos sobre raça, gênero e nação do período.
Title in English
Sculpting for the Ministry: arts and politics in the New State
Keywords in English
"New Man"
Gender
Ministry of Education and Health
National identity
New State (1937-1945)
Racial relations
Sculpture
Abstract in English
During the administration of Gustavo Capanema, arose the headquarters of the Ministry of Education and Health (MES). Aiming to assign the construction of guidance "modern" national character, it was commissioned various works of art, including a collection of sculptures, produced between 1937 and 1941, by Celso Antônio de Menezes, Adriana Janacópulos and Bruno Giorgi. By analyzing these sculptures, this work investigates the attempts to figure the ideal of the "new man" undertaken by politicians, intellectuals and artists connected to the Ministry. We seek to understand what that works, as sources, might reveal about the discourses about race, gender and nation in the period.
 
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