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Miriam Inez da Silva. Title unknown, 1992. Courtesy Almeida and Dale Art Gallery.

Almeida e Dale Galeria launches a book about the artist Miriam Inêz da Silva

Publication brings together more than 200 works by the artist from Goiás and plans to demonstrate the complexity and dimension of her work
"Chooser" (1925) by Vicente do Rego Monteiro. Photo: Aloisio Magalhães Museum of Modern Art.

Almeida and Dale Galeria launches series of lives to discuss off-axis art...

For three consecutive days, the conversations proposed on the gallery's social networks will bring Pernambuco's art scene to the spotlight; Vicente do Rego Monteiro, João Câmara and the Água Preta Art Plant will be the themes of the new series

Canvases by Thiago Martins de Melo inaugurate Leme + Almeida and Dale merger

Artist criticizes necropolitics in works created especially for this exhibition
SP-Arte Fairs

Challenges, alternatives and solutions in virtual fairs: what do galleries think?

A week away from the SP-Arte Viewing Room, we talked about virtual initiatives, the future of art fairs and the need to stimulate artistic consumption with the galleries A Gentil Carioca, Almeida and Dale, Athena, Fortes D'Aloia and Gabriel, Kogan Amaro, Marilia Razuk, Murilo Castro and OÁ
oak flavio

Flávio de Carvalho: a permanent experiment

Designer, painter and performer, the artist wins an important retrospective at Galeria Almeida e Dale

A chameleonic Milton Dacosta

The artist Paulo Pasta and Milton's son, Alexandre Dacosta, speak to the ARTE!Brasileiros about his impressions of the artist honored in a retrospective at Almeida e Dale

Agenda: check out the highlights from week 18 to 24/8

Radical Women at the Pinacoteca, Milton Dacosta at the Almeida e Dale Gallery, opening of the Bienal Naifs do Brasil and Bob Wolfenson at the Porto Seguro Cultural Space are unmissable programs
Scene from "O Bailado do Deus Morto", a show by Flávio de Carvalho, staged by Teatro Oficina. Photo: Igor Marotti

From today (January 26) to Sunday, Sesc Pompeia will host 'O Bailado do Deus Morto',...

From Thursday (26/1) until Sunday, Teatro Sesc Pompeia will host O Bailado do Deus Morto, with Teatro Oficina. Directed by Marcelo Drummond,...
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
Work by Heitor dos Prazeres, an important artist for Afro-Brazilian art studies

What do we talk about when we talk about Afro-Brazilian art?

If the history, memory, art and science of the excluded, the divergent and the peripheral are summoned to testify about the present moment, this denounces the emergence via insurgency of actors who demand protagonism, but also points to the exhaustion of a political model and economic, which in its throes threatens life on the planet