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Caipirinha and the French: Tarsila do Amaral and the devouring of modernity via...

Critic Tadeu Chiarelli points out how the Brazilian artist's contact with the French artist's work inspired her production
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Tarsila do Amaral is the subject of a retrospective at MoMA

One of the most renowned Brazilian artists worldwide, Tarsila do Amaral is the subject of a major exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). THE...

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...

Forrobodó, or 20 years of A Gentil Carioca

Like few art galleries, A Gentil Carioca transforms its special openings into a huge street party. Last Saturday, it was no different: the...
Ani Ganzala, Odoyá, 2022. Photo: André Pitol

From ephemeris, 'The parable of progress' reflects on issues of race, gender...

A arte!brasileiros visited the show curated by Lisette Lagnado, in collaboration with André Pitol and Yudi Rafael, at Sesc Pompeia; there are five 'dialogical spaces' that articulate artistic production and actions of hospitality and visibility of the communities around them
Guanabara Bay, by Ismael Nery

Rethinking Modernism from the Week of 1922

Centenary celebrated this year broadens the debate on the vanguards, relativizes the centrality of the São Paulo event and stimulates discussion about the unfolding and effects of movement in time and space
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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

Notes on the Group of Five: a hint of melancholy in the centenary of the Week

Group of Five is a drawing that Anita Malfatti produced in the second half of 1922, a few months after the Modern Art Week. In him,...

Too bad Oswald wasn't born in Rio, right?

Interesting how, once again, the Brazilian belletrist tradition puts the visual arts and its circuit to one side, when it comes to reflecting on...