Project takes urban art to public schools in São Paulo

How to transform the school into an extension of the city, making it a pulsating and dynamic space, attractive to the eyes of students who today occupy the...

Agenda: Check out the highlights from March 24th to 30th

Carbono Galeria turns five and celebrates with an exhibition of its collection, Instituto Tomie Ohtake opens exhibitions by Paulo Pasta and Cecily Brown, Thiago Rocha Pitta wins a solo show at Galeria Millan and Art Basel Hong Kong establishes itself as a beacon of the market in Asia
Days before the opening of the 1st Venice Biennale, every city discussed the painting Supremo Convegno, by the Italian artist Giacomo Grosso, without having seen it yet.

In 1895, the 1st Venice Biennale puts censorship to...

The first major scandal of censorship of a work of art, involving even the Vatican, occurs in 1895, in the middle of the Belle Époque, when the...
Act Three: Spell | Abdias Nascimento

The orishas are alive

With more than 180 works and documents, Inhotim inaugurates the third act around the exhibitions of Abdias Nascimento.

Vaivém: historical and playful look at Brazilian identity

Exhibition that ends in São Paulo on July 29 will land in Brasília in early September
jochen volz

Jochen Volz, new director of the Pinacoteca

General director of the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo since last May, the German Jochen Volz talks about his plans for the museum, his experience at...

2018 should define Inhotim's destiny

In a very difficult year in the visual arts scene, marked by censorship and idiotic protests, 2017 ended with bad news:...

MAC exhibits part of its collection of drawings in new exhibition

Works from the collection of the USP Museum of Contemporary Art, in Ibirapuera, dialogue with works by national and foreign contemporary artists
Denilson Baniwa. Photo: Disclosure

Denilson Baniwa wins PIPA Online Award

Berna Reale, Cabelo, Guerreiro do Divino Amor and Jaime Lauriano compete for the 2019 main prize and will participate in an exhibition in Rio between August and September

Anri Sala and Garaicoa: music in a state of transience

The two artists, born in communist countries, dive into a twilight zone to emerge under a beam of light.