Eduardo Simões is a culture journalist, having worked as a film reporter at O ​​Globo and literature at Folha de S.Paulo, in addition to being editor of arte!brasileiros. He also has stints in lifestyle publications, such as Wish Casa and MADE. In this edition, he writes an article about the meeting with curators and artists of the Berlin Biennale that took place at the VI International Virtual Seminar promoted by the magazine and the Goethe-Institut.

Rafael Cardoso is a writer and art historian, PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art. He is a member of the Postgraduate Program in Art History at UERJ and works as a research associate at the Lateinamerika-Institut of the Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). He is the author of several books on the history of art and design, as well as four works of fiction. The most recently, Modernity in Black and White: Art and Image, Race and Identity in Brazil, 1890-1945, will be released soon by Cambridge University Press.

Julia Garcia is a journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero and actress, with technical training from Senac-SP. Researcher of Art and Communication, she is a member of the CNPq Communication and Society of the Spectacle Research Group. She has worked as a reporter for Trip and Tpm magazines and, since August 2020, has been part of the team at arte!brasileiros. In this edition, he writes about Asian-Brazilian art beyond stereotypes and prejudices.

Miguel Groisman is a journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero and graduating in Cinema from FAAP. He has written about cinema and photography for Revista Esquinas and was a student researcher under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Simonetta Persichetti, developing research on the representation of people living with HIV/AIDS in photojournalism. He is currently a reporter for arte!brasileiros and signs, in this edition, a report on the South African photographer Gideon Mendel.

Marcos Grinspum Ferraz is a journalist. Graduated in Social Sciences from USP, he worked between 2009 and 2012 at the newspaper Folha de S.Paulo and between 2012 and 2017 at Editora Brasileiros, always covering the area of ​​culture. He studied Visual Anthropology at Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 2017, and the following year he returned to the team at arte!brasileiros. He is co-organizer of the book Brasil Arquitetura: Projects 2005-2020 and in this issue of the magazine he writes about the artist Isael Maxakalí.

Photos: personal archive | Mariana Ser

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