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"DAS AVÓS", 2019, video installation by Rosana Paulino. Photo: Videobrasil.

Videobrasil Commented Collection: Rosana Paulino

Professor Alice Lino comments on the work "Das grandmothers" and points out how the artist reconstitutes the affection directed towards black women by subverting an image of violence and assuring these women respect for the struggle waged until our times.
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Ancestry, territory and science

These are some of the elements that permeate the works of Rosana Paulino, an artist who is about to celebrate 30 years of her career and is one of the guests at the 59th Venice Biennale.
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.

In “Cartografia do Olhar”, Ana Beatriz Almeida analyzes works of art from a...

Rosana Paulino, Juliana dos Santos, Moisés Patrício and Antônio Obá are subjects in classes taught by Ana Beatriz Almeida at SP-ArteVR; the project is presented in partnership by arte!brasileiros and by JK Iguatemi

sensitive power

Rosana Paulino's exhibition, A sewing of memory, finishes at the São Paulo's Pinacoteca and goes to the Rio Art Museum (MAR)

delicate potency

Exhibition by Rosana Paulino, Sewing of Memory, leaves the Pinacoteca de São Paulo and arrives at the Museum of Art in Rio
Heloísa Marques, Dor aqui, 2022. Photo: ©Courtesy of the artist

Textile as self-expression, struggle and care

By Adélia Borges Embroidery, crochet, knitting and all sorts of textile work were for a long time segregated, in social and artistic canons, to a femininity...


Read the editorial of issue #64 of arte!brasileiros, by Patricia Rousseaux

Traumas of the slavery regime are addressed in a Hollywood scenario

Exhibition with 12 black artists, 'An ocean to wash your hands' opens Centro Cultural Sesc Quitandinha, in Petrópolis

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