Patricia Rousseau is a pedagogue, studied psychology. She has been working on the development of editorial projects related to education, art and culture for 35 years. She is founder and editorial director of arte!brasileiros. In this issue, he writes about FIAC Paris, the Arthur Piza Fund, the reopening of the Paris Stock Exchange and the artist Julio Villani.


Hélio Campos Mello is a photojournalist. He was photography editor and editorial secretary at Senhor magazine, editorial director at Istoé magazine and at Brasileiros magazine, photography director at Agência Estado. As a photographer he covered wars, he covered peace. Today he does art photos and street photos. He likes them both.


Teresa of Arruda is an art historian and independent curator. She has lived since 1989 between São Paulo and Berlin, where she attended the Free University of Berlin. She has curated at institutions such as CCBB, Museu da República (DF), me Collectors Room Berlin and Kunsthalle Rostock, where she has been an assistant curator since 2015.


Fabio Cypriano, art critic and journalist, is deputy 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 edition, he writes an essay on the scenography of exhibitions and articles about the artist Jaider Esbell and the new book by Jacques Rancière.


Miguel Groisman is a journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero. He researches cinema, visual representation and photojournalism, having already collaborated with specialized image publications such as Aperture. He is currently a reporter for arte!brasileiros.


Photos: personal archive

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