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Editorial: Fertility and KindnessBy Patricia Rousseaux


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Our vulnerability on the agenda By Patricia Rousseaux


The 16th edition of the Biennale de Lyon, which closes its show on December 31, 2022 – after being postponed due to the global pandemic – was conceived by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, founders and directors of the multidisciplinary curatorial platform Art Reoriented, launched in 2009 in New York, and had as its central motto the Manifesto of fragility

Art Basel shakes ParisBy Eduardo Simões

Fairs & Exhibitions

With the quality seal of the Swiss franchise, the neophyte Paris+ took the place of the traditional FIAC, reinforced the pulsating art scene of the French capital, scared rival Frieze, from London, and promoted diversification in the selection of galleries

The collapse of culture By Jotabê Medeiros


The destruction strategy persists even in the final days, with rigging and boycotts; it will be up to the new government to work together to recover the sector

environment of resistanceBy Fabio Cypriano

Cultural Management

Ceará inaugurates new equipment in Fortaleza and Cariri, which give national prominence in the face of the destruction of the scene by the federal government

Lenora de Barros: Synthesis of a plural productionBy Leonor Amarante


At Pinacoteca, four decades of unique work that encompasses poetry, photography, performance, video, in dialogue with the body

The Modernity in questionBy Maria Hirszman


Exhibition "The Parable of Progress" reviews the myths and legacy of the Independence of Brazil and Modernism, based on contemporary artistic production

Image dialogueBy Writing


On display at IMS Paulista, “Xingu: Contactos” contrasts historical documentaries and contemporary records made by the indigenous people themselves

“Brazilian Stories” reveals 'colonial system' in the arts circuitBy Fabio Cypriano


Masp presents an exhibition that criticizes the lack of representation in the history of art, but its own centers of power are white and patriarchal; institution still exhibits works by its president, ignoring the existence of a conflict of interest

New talents, new ideasBy Leonor Amarante


The production of four artists lives a special moment in the search for space to show their works

Petit maîtreBy Tadeu Chiarelli


Art critic and professor Tadeu Chiarelli lists reasons to read the recently released autobiography of sculptor and painter Raphael Galvez

Pasolini, scandalizedby Miguel Groisman


Celebrated for his cinematographic production, Pier Paolo also dedicated himself to literature and poetry; two recent national publications help to illuminate this part of his personal life and critical intellectuality