Issue #60 contributorsFrom the newsroom


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Editor's letter: for freedomBy Patricia Rousseaux


Read the editorial of issue #60 of arte!brasileiros, by Patricia Rousseaux

Art and culture are intertwined in a democracyThe newsroom


Urgent topics in the Brazilian and world sociopolitical scenarios were debated during the 22nd and 23rd of September at the Sesc Vila Mariana Auditorium in São Paulo

the right to kill By Ernani Chaves


"Necropolitics", by Achille Mbembe, sheds light on the exercise of politics in our own history, marked by slavery and racism

trauma and repairThe newsroom


The concept of reparation encompasses several aspects in a society. One of them is the State's obligation to take care of those citizens - and their respective families - who were the objects of terrorism that the State has committed during dark periods of its history.

Espírito Santo reinforces its culture By Fabio Cypriano


While the absence of national public policies causes destruction of the sector, states, as well as Ceará, expand equipment and give new vitality to the area.

culture warBy Fabio Cypriano


What's behind the documenta fifteen controversies

the obscene of the image By Simonetta Persichetti


Not all photography is restorative as intended, for example, the Berlin Biennale, when exhibiting a work with records of prisoners tortured in Abu Ghraib, Iraq

history labBy Maria Hirszman


In contrast to archaic visions of our past, the new Ipiranga Museum celebrates material culture, with a project that includes tactile resources and massive use of audiovisual

An extensive and critical showBy Leonor Amarante


In "Histórias Brasileiras", eight centers take the visitor behind the scenes of art and the decolonization movement, which is increasingly structured; with around 400 works, 250 artists and 11 curators, the show runs until October 30, 2022

Connection and dialog By Maria Hirszman


In a process of accumulating layers that talk to each other, the exhibition "Lugar-comum", from MAC USP, proposes a de-hierarchization of works and agents of art

A tribute to José ClaudioBy Leonor Amarante


Dozens of works by the painter, draughtsman, sculptor and essayist from Pernambuco were brought together under the curatorship of critic and art historian Aracy Amaral

After allby Rodrigo Naves


The critic, professor and curator makes an analysis of the work of Germana Monte-Mór, who until November 5th presents, at Galeria Estação, about 25 paintings, made during the pandemic.

Ancestry, territory and scienceBy Eduardo Simões


These are some of the elements that permeate the works of Rosana Paulino, an artist who is about to celebrate 30 years of her career and is one of the guests at the 59th Venice Biennale.