FABIO CYPRIAN, art critic and journalist, is director of the Faculty of Philosophy, Communication, Letters and Arts at PUC-SP and is part of the editorial board of arte!brasileiros. In this issue, he writes the interview with François Vergès and the articles about Nêgo Bispo's book and the exhibition project Manar Abu Dhabi.

JOTABÊ MEDEIROS He is a reporter and biographer, among others, of the singer Belchior. He was a reporter for O Estado de S.Paulo and Folha de S.Paulo, among others. Jotabê signs an interview with Célia Tupinambá, an indigenous artist selected to represent Brazil at the 60th Venice Biennale, in 2024.

LEONOR AMARANTE is a journalist, curator and editor. She worked at Jornal O Estado de S.Paulo, Veja magazine, TV Cultura and Memorial da América Latina. In this edition, the article about the exhibition was authored Indigenous Stories, from Masp, and the interview with Adriano Pedrosa.

LUIZA SIGULEM She is a photographer graduated from Senac in 2010. She works mainly as a portrait artist in her studio. She has worked in various media outlets and collaborates with arte!brasileiros from its first issue. The photos are hers for the article about Essays on the Museum of Origins.

MARIA HIRSZMAN is a journalist and art critic. She worked for Jornal da Tarde and O Estado de São Paulo. She is a researcher in art history, with a master's degree from USP. For this issue, Maria writes about the exhibition Essays on the Museum of Origins.

Photos: personal archive

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