At a time of relative respite from the pandemic that has been plaguing us for almost two years, Paris took the opportunity to present some of its novelties with contemporary jewelry.
Fire at the Borba Gato statue, in São Paulo, reignites discussion about monuments, check out some points of this debate
In a curious paradox, the police files gathered by the State Department of Political and Social Order of São Paulo (Deops) in order to...
About a month after the death of the British critic and curator Guy Brett, Chilean curator Alexia Tala writes about the personality and thought of one of the most important figures for the diffusion of Latin American art, especially Brazilian art, in European lands.
The work “Open Night”, by Thiago Rocha Pitta, opens the Interventions Program at MAM Rio and honors the National Museum on the two-year anniversary of the fire that devastated Rio’s space
In the centenary of the Argentine artist, remember the text about "León Ferrari: Between Dictatorships", exhibition with almost 100 works from the MASP collection
In the wake of the recent review of racist monuments around the world, with notable cases in England, Belgium and the USA, it is urgent to discuss the Brazilian case as well.
After two years of research and organization, a virtual platform created by the Vladimir Herzog Institute with the support of Itaú Cultural brings together more than a thousand items from Vlado's personal and professional life to celebrate the journalist
Didiana Prata works with images of the flow of networks that are cataloged and archived from the analysis of hashtags
The efforts, shown in the book Tsunami, Photographs and Then, to preserve memory through photography after the Sendai Earthquake
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