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Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the 60th Venice Biennale. Photo: Mauricio Jorge

Venice Biennale announces artists participating in its 60th edition

Curator of the 60th Venice Biennale, Adriano Pedrosa revealed this Tuesday (31) his plans for the exhibition, which will begin in April. Common...

The great choir of black, indigenous and LGBTQIAPN+ voices

With 121 artists and participants, the majority of whom are non-white, Choreographies of the Impossible addresses the ruins of modernity to affirmative action by collectives

A bridge between the visible and invisible worlds

How do songs that tell the history of the world become an image? How are the visions of an ayahuasca ceremony transposed onto the canvas?...
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
MAHKU artists in production of their works for the exhibition MAHKU - Cantos de Imagens at Casa de Cultura do Parque

Huni Kuin Artists Movement opens exhibition at Casa de Cultura do Parque

Curated by Ibã Huni Kuin and Daniel Dinato, the exhibition "MAHKU - Songs of images" proposes an immersion in one of the aspects of traditional rituals through paintings and installations
Horizontal, color image. View of Praça Raul Soares, in Belo Horizonte, where CURA 2021 takes place

CURA BH investigates new territories and proposes an immersive experience

From Rua Sapucaí, next to Belo Horizonte's Central Metro Station, you can see 18 graffitied gables. Considered the first viewpoint of...
Aline Motta

Deconstructing white hegemony in Brazilian arts is an effective action for change

Despite the national production being diverse in languages ​​and authorship, we still maintain within it structures that naturalize the predominance of white authors and of European origin or descent.
The collective Mahku, of the Huni Kuin people (Acre), exhibited at the exhibition Encontros Ameríndios

Indigenous perspectives point to another possible future

At a time when attacks on indigenous peoples in Brazil increase, museums and major art institutions in the country are turning to indigenous contemporary production in their programming.