Claudinei Roberto da Silva is a visual artist, curator and professor of Art Education at USP. He was coordinator of the Education Center at the Afro Museum, co-curator of the 13th edition of the Bienal Naïfs do Brasil and curator of several exhibitions, including BlackAttitude e Live to the end what fits me! – Sidney Amaral.

Leonor Amarante is a journalist, curator and editor. She worked for the newspaper O Estado de S.Paulo, Veja magazine, TV Cultura, Latin America Memorial, collaborated with World Paper Boston and Rádio Rebelde de Cuba. ABCA Award for Magazine Edition arte!brasileiros (2012) and the Cuban Ministry of Culture Award (2009), for cultural activities in that country.

Luzia Gomes is a poet, black feminist, museologist and Professor of the Museology Course at the Faculty of Visual Arts of the Federal University of Pará (UFPA). She coordinates research and extension projects that deal with the literary art of black women and Museology. In this issue, she writes about Carolina de Jesus.

Matthew Nunes is an architect and researcher. Doctoral student in Art History at the University of Lisbon, with a period at USP, he is an architect and urban planner at the Federal University of Pará. In this issue, he collaborates with articles about the exhibition by photographer Luiz Braga and the new book by Giselle Beiguelman.

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 has published several books and won the Jabuti Reportage Award. In this edition, the Critical Eye column debuts.


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