Isabella Rjeille

Above: Isabella Rjeille. Photo: Vans Bumbeers

Isabella Rjeille is a curator, writer and editor. She works as a curator at Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP) and is currently working the co-curator, along with Vivian Crockett, of the Sixth New Museum Triennial, opening in 2026 in New York. At MASP, she has curated monographic and group exhibitions including ‘Cinthia Marcelle: por via das dúvidas’ [By Means of Doubt] (2022), ‘Maria Martins: Desejo imaginante’ [Tropical Fictions] (2021), ‘Histórias Feministas: artistas depois de 2000’ [Feminist Histories: Artists After 2000] (2019), ‘Lucia Laguna: Vizinhança’ [Neighborhood] (2018), and ‘Tracey Moffatt: Montagens’ [Montages] (2017). Previously, Rjeille worked at the Fundação Bienal de São Paulo and served as Curatorial Assistant for the Thirty-Second Bienal de São Paulo, ‘Incerteza Viva’ [Live Uncertainty], in 2016. She has also collaborated with artist-run spaces as well as autonomous cultural centers in São Paulo, such as Casa do Povo, where she served as editor of its publication Nossa Voz [Our Voice] from 2014 to 2020.