Marcio Harum is a visual arts curator at Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP). In 2015 has curated ‘Bambaísmo’, a solo show by Daniel Barclay at Miró Quesada room in Lima, Peru and ‘Ordinary States of the Conscience’, and also a show by Michel Zózimo at Santander Cultural in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Harum worked for ARCOmadrid as part of the curatorial committee for Solo Projects Focus Latin America section and presented ‘Tension Zone’, an exhibition by Hudinilson Jr for the 31st São Paulo Biennale, 2014. Directed with Paola Santoscoy, SITAC XI ‘being-with-one-another’ (Symposium on Contemporary Art Theory) in Mexico City, 2013. He was a Goethe-Institut fellow in the public programs department of dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, 2012. Between 2009 and 2011 Harum coordinated a series of workshops focused on curatorial practices in iberoamerican context at the Cultural Center of Spain in São Paulo, Brazil. He has also participated in the national commission Rumos Itaú Cultural for mapping the Visual Arts scene in Brazil, 2008 – 2010 and has collaborated with the 10th Havanna Biennale in Cuba, 2009, and integrated the team of the ‘End of the World’ Biennale, in Fire Island, Argentina, 2007. He was the co-curator of the film programme of the 27th São Paulo Biennale ‘How to live together’, 2006 and part of the jury of the 5th edition of the CNI-SESI Marcantônio Vilaça Annual Visual Arts Award and one of the founders of Chão, an independent space in São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil, both in 2015. Harum lives in São Paulo, Brazil.