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Contributors to issue #57 of ARTE!Brasileiros

Editorial: image, power relations and paradigm shiftBy Patricia Rousseaux

Publishing

Read the editorial of issue #57 of arte!brasileiros, by Patricia Rousseaux

Environment, migrations and identities set the tone at BIENALSUR By Maria Hirszman

Biennials

Organized from Buenos Aires, but hosted this year in 23 countries - and in the virtual environment -, the third edition of the event deals with contemporary themes and tries to consolidate itself as an alternative model to traditional biennials

far from the crisisBy Giulia Garcia and Marcos Grinspum Ferraz

Market

In the midst of an extremely troubled context with the pandemic, professionals in the Brazilian art market report a year of positive sales results, benefiting from both the expansion of the virtual and the recent resumption of the face-to-face.

Still groping, fairs, museums and international cultural institutions return to the face-to-face model By Patricia Rousseaux

Fairs & Exhibitions

A arte!brasileiros he was at the FIAC, in Paris, held this year in temporary construction on the Champ de Mars; find out what were some of the highlights of the fair

Four decades with the lens facing the South By Marcos Grinspum Ferraz

Institution

After an unstable period, Associação Cultural Videobrasil announces the 2023nd Bienal Sesc_Videobrasil for 22, 40 years after its first festival, and plans a major exhibition of the collection in Vitória (ES) starting in March

“But clay and water continue to turn in the potters’ huts” by Miguel Groisman

Institution

Transformed into an institute, the workshop of the late painter Francisco Brennand heads towards the future and balances between the founder's tradition and growth beyond his self-mythologized figure.

A daring project in the countryside of PernambucoBy Leonor Amarante

Residences

Belojardim Residence, located in the city of the same name, houses "Corpos de Phonosophia", a project by Camila Sposati that unites two ancestral elements, clay and music.

Moving forward without restrictions By Marcos Grinspum Ferraz

Interview

Despite the tragedy of the pandemic, a government that attacks culture, knowledge and science and the constant threats to the S System, Danilo Miranda says that Sesc-SP remains firm in its mission to promote well-being and culture (in its wider)

Exhibition at MAM-SP explains the comprehensive and multifaceted character of national modern artBy Maria Hirszman and Patricia Rousseaux

Exhibitions

Curated by Aracy Amaral and Regina Teixeira de Barros, "Moderno where? Modern when?" brings together a diverse set of works produced in the first decades of the 20th century in different regions of the country

Where to find Brazilianness after the modern ones? by Miguel Groisman

Exhibitions

CCBB traveling exhibition arrives in São Paulo with works by 51 artists; "Brasilidade Pós-Modernismo" wants the public to notice, observe and notice so that an innovative discussion about Brazilian modernism comes to the fore, meeting the demand of our time

“Completely Knocked Down”: Bremen and Recife in an experimental show By Leonor Amarante

Exhibitions

In a collaborative atmosphere, a group of artists chose their spaces and ways of exhibiting their works at MAMAM, in the capital of Pernambuco, deconstructing the traditional concept of curatorship.

“Divided Picasso”: the artist and his image in communist and capitalist Germanyby Teresa de Arruda

Exhibitions

The Catalan artist is placed in the spotlight by the two Germanys still divided in the Cold War, in a controversial exhibition at the Ludwig Museum in Cologne

The radicality in the scenography of the showsBy Fabio Cypriano

Exhibitions

Exhibitions such as "For a breath of fury and hope", at MuBE, point out how important it is to create environments that enhance works on display

Vivian Ostrovsky's Experimental Divingby Miguel Groisman

Interview

A pioneer in the distribution of women's films in France and a filmmaker for over four decades, Ostrovsky talks about her look at cinema, her friendship with artist Ione Saldanha and her recent curatorship work for the Scratch Collection.

Arthur Piza and his legacy for an eternal bridge with artBy Patricia Rousseaux

Interview

In Paris, the arte!brasileiros interviewed the art historian Betina Zalcberg, a member of the board of the Arthur Luiz Piza Fund and a friend of the artist who died in 2017

Artists, young and collaborativeBy Patricia Rousseaux

Award

Established by Clelia and Arthur Piza, the award has been a stimulus for Brazilians and French people since 201

Restoration and culture of memoryBy Patricia Rousseaux

Memory

At a time of relative respite from the pandemic that has been plaguing us for almost two years, Paris took the opportunity to present some of its novelties with contemporary jewelry.

the sensitive shapeBy Patricia Rousseaux

Exhibitions

Established in Paris since the 1980s, Julio Villani opens a website entitled "from here and there" and opens a solo exhibition at Chelsea, New York

Jaider Esbell's WarBy Fabio Cypriano

Artist

In an interview, Macuxi artist, defended occupying spaces of art as they would be “one of the last refuges of an idea of ​​thought under construction”

Rancière reviews modernism By Fabio Cypriano

Books

Author uses as references only texts by white men from Europe and the United States