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MASP receives donation of more than 10 thousand items from Rubem Valentim

Mostly rare and unpublished, documents include drawings, travel records, photos and notes of class preparations by the Bahian artist.

The Afro-Brazilian and Universal Language of Rubem Valentim

Exhibitions at Masp and Caixa Cultural resume the political character and symbolic universe of the Bahian artist

Caixa Cultural presents concrete and syncretism of the work of Rubem Valentim

In November, the artist will also have a vast exhibition at MASP, bringing together 92 of his works
Lyz Parayzo, work from the "Bixinha" series, 2022. Photo: Filipe Berndt

Concrete, neoconcrete: semantization continues

Tadeu Chiarelli comments on the work of several artists who engaged in dialogues with constructive currents, from Rubem Valentim and Nelson Leirner to Lyz Parayzo and Jaime Lauriano

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...
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...
rosana paulino

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.
Art Basel Sonia Gomes - Untitled, 2004. Photo: publicity/Mendes Wood DM

ArtBasel 2022

Check out the information about this year's edition of the main art fair in the world and find out which Brazilian galleries will participate
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