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Drinking from the fountainBy Patricia Rousseaux

Publishing

Read the editorial of issue #65 of arte!brasileiros, by Patricia Rousseaux

Places of Memory and resistanceBy Maria Hirszman

Exhibitions

Double exhibition revisits Mario Pedrosa's project to rebuild MAM Rio articulates a network of cultural rescue and preservation strategies developed by 20 institutions spread across different regions of the country

Female cryBy Patricia Rousseaux

Biennials

The importance of the Biennale is undeniable in bringing visibility to what the Amazons have designed and produced with artists already established in the arts circuit and others with new productions that are emerging

Art without bordersBy Vânia Leal

Biennials

The importance of the Biennale is undeniable in bringing visibility to what the Amazons have designed and produced with artists already established in the arts circuit and others with new productions that are emerging

Poetics of the ImaginaryBy Patricia Rousseaux

Biennials

We spoke with Professor João de Jesus Paes Loureiro, one of the main scholars and formulators of Amazonian cultural thought

(Almost) magical worldBy Patricia Rousseaux

Biennials

Institution from Pará holds one of the largest and oldest collections of Amazonian archeology in Brazil and the world

Radical imagination timeBy Fabio Cypriano

Interview

Françoise Vergès, author of Decolonizing the Museum, states in an interview that what is being done in major exhibitions, such as the São Paulo Biennale, is no longer enough, and we need to go further

The 60th Venice Biennale and other storiesBy Leonor Amarante

Biennials

Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the Italian exhibition, talks about how he emerged into art

NortheastBy Patricia Rousseaux

Exhibitions

Exhibition with 216 works representing 107 artists from nine states opens, in Recife, a traveling tour of the Banco do Nordeste collection

Quilombola Nego Bispo questioned canons of modernityBy Fabio Cypriano

Book

Author born in Piauí joined Ailton Krenak and Davi Kopenawa to discuss worldviews and polytheisms of autochthonous and Afro-confluent peoples

Célia Tupinambá reconnects a 400-year-old threadBy Jotabê Medeiros

Interview

Selected to represent the country at the 60th Venice Biennale, in 2024, an indigenous artist from Bahia intensifies the recovery of the symbolism of the ritualistic cloak of his people, which will be returned to Brazil by Denmark after four centuries

An existential milestoneBy Leonor Amarante

Exhibitions

Collective from seven countries shows the ancestral tradition reflected in the works of 170 artists from original peoples

Light is raw material for superlative exhibition in Abu DhabiBy Fabio Cypriano

Exhibitions

Exhibition with 22 artists and collectives occupies public spaces in the city, capital of the United Arab Emirates, curated by Reem Fada and Alia Zaal Lootah