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American singer Katy Perry pays tribute to Marielle Franco

Marielle Franco was the fifth councilor with the most votes in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. Her driver, Anderson Gomes, covered the medical license of a colleague

Works by Adriana Varejão dialogue with the violence of the colonial past...

Exhibition “Por uma Retórica Cannibal”, at MAM-BA, presents important works produced by the artist from Rio de Janeiro between 1992 and 2016

Alfredo Volpi beyond Cambuci

The artist wins the admiration of the European public with an exhibition in Monaco, but he does not fail to enchant one of the most Brazilian audiences, the Bahian, with an exhibition at MAM-BA

Master Didi: in the name of those who came before

The presence of ancestry in Mestre Didi's legacy goes beyond religion, behaving as a political act by the artist in favor of his equals
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“Monument to the Flags”, by Brecheret: the present past

Victor Brecheret's Monument to the Flags, also known as Push-Push and Let Me Push, is over a hundred years old, if we take...

Sidney Amaral: Between affirmation and immolation

Tadeu Chiarelli writes about the artist Sidney Amaral, who died in 2017, with an emphasis on his self-portraits
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Essay on the “Brazilian Crude” in Philosophy and the Arts

It is possible that ten or fifteen years from now, art historians will characterize this period, between 2016 and 2022, as the heyday of the "Brazilian Tosco"

Agenda of the art world in the pandemic

How the Coronavirus has affected the art world and the reactions of some cultural institutions to the crisis
Eduardo Saron has been in charge of Itaú Cultural since 2002

Director of Itaú Cultural is chosen as a highlight in the award of the...

At the head of the institution for 15 years, Eduardo Saron will be the great honoree of the Governor of the State Award for Culture 2018. Secretary of Culture supports the choice

Artists of African descent in Brazilian art: presence/absence?

In a new text in his column, the critic and curator Tadeu Chiarelli focuses on the virtual absence of black artists in the hegemonic history of art in Brazil, especially from the second half of the XNUMXth century onwards.