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Jaider Esbell's War

In an interview, Macuxi artist, defended occupying spaces of art as they would be “one of the last refuges of an idea of ​​thought under construction”

Jaider Esbell and a presentation through genipapo

How can a tree be a shaman? This is one of the reflections that artist and curator Jaider Esbell seeks to evoke in Presentation :...
View of the Venice canal. Photo: Creative Commons.

Venice Biennale announces artists for 2022 edition

Among the 213 names announced are five Brazilians: Jaider Esbell, Lenora de Barros, Luiz Roque, Rosana Paulino and Solange Pessoa.
HEALING BH. "Entities", by Jaider Esbell. Photo: Disclosure.

CURA BH brings works of art to the facades of the capital of Minas Gerais

The Urban Art Circuit (CURA BH) is now in its fifth edition and this year, in addition to four commissioned gables, it brings to the city a large-scale sculpture by indigenous artist Jaider Esbell

Exhibition “Right to memory: Afro-Brazilian and indigenous art of the first Brazilian constitution”

Casa Zalszupin, located in the Jardim Paulistano neighborhood, in São Paulo, will host works selected by curator Lilia Moritz Schwarcz for the exhibition "Direito...

Curatorial studies

10 meetings: Tuesdays from 19pm to 20:30pm, from March 19th to May 21st Teachers: Lisette Lagnado (4 meetings) With André Pitol (3...

“Brazilian Stories” reveals 'colonial system' in the arts circuit

"Masp presents an exhibition that criticizes the lack of representation in the history of art, but its own centers of power are white and patriarchal; the institution still exhibits works by its president, ignoring the existence of a conflict of interests", writes Cypriano
View of NAKOADA, in Mam Rio, with MAHKU's work highlighted

A nakoada for art

On display until November 27, "Nakoada" starts from Baniwa indigenous ethics to think about future perspectives from the Modern Art Week
Luiz Zerbini, "A Primeira Missa", 2014. Photo: Pat Kilgore.

Reappropriating to repair: the centenary of the Week of 22 from a decolonial perspective

Exhibitions, books and debates shed light on the triggering point of the Brazilian historical avant-garde from issues that did not exist for artists of the time, such as issues of race, ethnicity and gender. 
Works from the series Sonhíferas, by Solange Pessoa

Venice Biennale: Dream in the midst of war

59th edition of the oldest art biennial, this time by Italian Cecilia Alemani, makes the inclusion of women artists its main asset