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The restoration and preservation of the works By Bispo do Rosário in Rio raises

Artist is currently considered one of the exponents of contemporary Brazilian art, along with important names like Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica

The restoration and preservation of Bispo do Rosário's work in Rio grows

The artist is currently considered one of the exponents of contemporary Brazilian art, along with important names such as Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica.

Bispo do Rosário Museum guarantees its existence

Located in Jacarepaguá in the west of Rio de Janeiro, the Arthur Bispo do Rosário Contemporary Art Museum, formerly named Nise da Silveira, today...
Júlio Villani during the creation of "Paraíso", which he presents at Capela do Morumbi. Photo: Disclosure

Júlio Villani takes his 'embroidered backyard' to the Morumbi Chapel

Just over a month after opening the Museu de Tudo exhibition, at Casa de Vidro, Júlio Villani presents the public with more...
Sandra Lapage, "Visibility forecast", 2021. Photo: João Mascaro

Sandra Lapage presents 'Além do manto', with works that reflect on the habits of...

Starting this Saturday (20/5), at the Funarte SP Cultural Complex, plastic artist Sandra Lapage presents Além do manto, an exhibition in which she brings together more...
Work from the series "Outros Navios", by Eustáquio Neves. Credit: Disclosure

“Outros Navios” brings an overview of the work of photographer Eustáquio Neves

On display at Sesc Ipiranga, the exhibition seeks to reveal other layers of Brazilian independence and to focus on the ethnic-racial relations promoted in the past and present.
In the foreground, the work "Manto de Presentation" in the exhibition "Bispo do Rosário Aparição, Impregnation and Impact", at Itaú Cultural. Photo: André Seiti

Bishop's work and his lineages

Exhibition on display at Itaú Cultural, in São Paulo, brings a broad cut of the work of Arthur Bispo do Rosário and illuminates his connections with contemporary Brazilian art

Issue #59 contributors

See who are some of the contributors to issue #58 of arte!brasileiros
black art

Breaking the complicity between the aesthetic and the colonial device: Afro-Brazilian art, black art...

Márcio Seligmann-Silva analyzes narratives about the history of Afro-descendant Brazilian art, which involves a series of traumatic repetitions over time
"Corners Corners", Maxwell Alexandre, 2019. Photo: Gabi Carrera.

“Pardo é Papel” or the epic grandeur of a people in formation

Presented at Tomie Ohtake Institute after passing through Lyon, Porto Alegre and Rio, Maxwell Alexandre's show portrays black people in everyday situations with a grandiose, consecrating and historic character