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Editorial: Reactivate attentionBy Patricia Rousseaux


Read the editorial of issue #59 of arte!brasileiros, by Patricia Rousseaux

Shows that complement each other By Fabio Cypriano


documenta and the Berlin and Venice Biennials, despite bringing contradictory conceptions of the state of the art, provide a complete overview of current production

Berlin maps wounds of the world By Fabio Cypriano


Lean Biennial with 40 artists, Still Present, with artistic direction by Kader Attia, prioritizes works with a denunciation character

“I invite you to reappropriate attention”by Patricia Rousseaux and Fabio Cypriano


In interview with arte!brasileiros, the French artist Kader Attia, curator of the 12th Berlin Biennale, talks about the importance of creating dialogues between the works presented in the exhibition so that the spectator builds narratives, and thus opens his mind; He also warns of the manipulation of public opinion exerted by techno-liberal capitalism on social networks.

Kassel becomes a barn of exchangesby Fabio Cypriano


documenta fifteen, with more than 1.500 artists occupying 39 spaces in the German city, prioritizes solidarity and coexistence as practices in the field of art.

Dream in the midst of war By Fabio Cypriano


59th edition of the oldest art biennial, this time by Italian Cecilia Alemani, makes the inclusion of women artists its main asset

The abandonment of ValongoBy Maria Hirszman


On the pier built in 1811, in Rio, to receive thousands of enslaved people, and where important archaeological records were found, the strategy of dismantling policies to combat racism and inequality reigns.

Bishop's work and his lineages By Maria Hirszman


Exhibition on display at Itaú Cultural, in São Paulo, brings a broad cut of the work of Arthur Bispo do Rosário and illuminates his connections with contemporary Brazilian art

Inhotim reinforces its public characterThe newsroom


After going through difficulties, new reformulations establish the institute as one of the most important contemporary art complexes in Brazil.

The Beaubourg of Iguazu By Leonor Amarante


Government of Paraná seeks partnership with the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris to install a branch of the museum in Foz

Political collection By Patricia Rousseaux


Alongside his wife, Patrícia Moraes, Pedro Barbosa has been building for 23 years a selection of national and international works that propose reflections on aesthetics and activism.

The painful learning of museums By Jotabê Medeiros


By reversing its censorship of MST works, Masp recognizes the crossroads of reality

Contact with art provides respite for the population deprived of liberty by Miguel Groisman


Activities related to art and culture promote positive transformations in those who go through a hostile prison system, but the challenge of guaranteeing the right to culture of the population deprived of liberty remains great

Modernism in Hispanic America By Leonor Amarante


Linked to new thinking, artists from Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay and Cuba reaffirm a different way of interpreting the world

Anthropophagy versus modernism By Tadeu Chiarelli

Bar Talk(r)

In the contrast between the two movements, it is important to recover the debate around the visual arts and the memory of Oswaldo Costa, an important critic of culture and art in the second half of the 20s, in São Paulo