Daniel Lima is an artist, curator, editor and researcher. Bachelor in Fine Arts, Master in Clinical Psychology and PhD candidate in Audiovisual Media and Processes at the University of São Paulo. Since 2001, he has researched media, racial issues and collective resistance. He directs the publishing house Invisíveis Produções. In this issue, he wrote about the Sidney Amaral show.


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 issue he writes about Frestas – Trienal de Artes.


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 2013 and 2017 at Editora Brasileiros, always covering the cultural area. He studied Visual Anthropology at Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 2017, and two years ago he returned to the team at arte!brasileiros. In this edition, he writes about Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the Paiz Art Biennial and the publication Present.


Simonetta Persichetti is a journalist and photography critic. Master in Communication and Arts (Mackenzie), PhD in Social Psychology (PUC-SP) and post-doctorate at ECA-USP, teaches at Faculdade Cásper Líbero and is a member of the Editorial Board of arte!brasileiros. She organized the Senac de Fotografia collection, served as curator of Arte Plural Galeria and published 23 books on Brazilian photographers. She won the Jabuti Award for Reporting with the book Images from Brazilian Photography.


Tiago Gualberto holds a master's degree in visual arts and a bachelor's degree in Textile and Fashion from the University of São Paulo. Since 2004, he has carried out research, education and artistic production actions with a focus on social justice, contemporary art and citizenship, where he incorporates themes related to Afro-Brazilian culture, memory, history and the rewriting of narratives.


Photos: personal archive

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