Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the 60th Venice Biennale. Photo: Mauricio Jorge

Venice Biennale announces artists participating in its 60th edition

Curator of the 60th Venice Biennale, Adriano Pedrosa revealed this Tuesday (31) his plans for the exhibition, which will begin in April. Common...
Untitled (2023), Rafael Pereira. Photo: João Liberato

An artist shaped by migrations, affective memories and self-knowledge

Portraits with expressive eyes are a hallmark of Rafael Pereira's production, who until the 20th (Saturday) presents his first solo exhibition at...
Member of the Afro A Mulherada Block. Photo: Luan Teles.

Black & prosperous: at Secult in Salvador, Pedro Tourinho wants to go...

About to complete one year of his term as head of the Secretariat of Culture and Tourism (SECULT) of Salvador, Pedro Tourinho is already starting to see...
"Redenção de Cã", 1895, oil on canvas, 199 x 166 cm, signed M. Brocos Rio de Janeiro. 1895. National Museum of Fine Arts Collection/Ibram Photo: Rômulo Fialdini

About the works and their titles

One day someone should write a book, or even an article, about the titles of works of art. To know if those, for whom today...
Ti'Iwan Couchili, French Guiana, Otsenene, Ma'ekom | Amazon Biennial

Female cry

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
An existential milestone

An existential milestone

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

Places of Memory and resistance

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

Northeast

Exhibition with 216 works representing 107 artists from nine states opens, in Recife, a traveling tour of the Banco do Nordeste collection
Urn Marajoara | Emílio Goeldi Paraense Museum

(Almost) magical world

Institution from Pará holds one of the largest and oldest collections of Amazonian archeology in Brazil and the world
Miguel Penha, Igarapé / Amazon Biennial

Art without borders

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