Books by and about amazing women released in 2018

Maya Angelou's relationship with her mother, the trajectory of the artist Carla Chaim and the analyzes and proposals of the economist Laura Carvalho are some of them.

Watch excerpts from the León Ferrari Conference: Worship Value and...

The artist died at the age of 93, in 2013. Since last year, several actions have taken up the collection and memory of León Ferrari

Largest exhibition of contemporary African art opens in São Paulo

Banco do Brasil Cultural Center receives 90 works by artists from eight African countries and two Afro-Brazilians
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Blaming victims as an escape route

Post-doctoral journalist at the Graduate Program in Planning and Territorial Management at the Federal University of ABC-UFABC and PhD in Public Health at USP, CIlene VIctor reflects on the tragedy of Paissandu

Select chroma and objects: 20 years of Tony Camargo

Tony Camargo's exhibition at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum (MON) in Curitiba is a kind of cartography of the routes his painting took in...

“León Ferrari was a catalyst for a strong political position in...

Director of MAMBA talks about the relationship she built with León Ferrari and about the late, and necessary, recognition of the artist
Sonho Tropical by Beatriz Milhazes, whose work is at the White Cube Bermondsey. Photograph: © Pepe Schettino / © Beatriz Milhazes / Courtesy White Cube

Bruscky, Marcelle, Milhazes, Zerbini and WWII Brazilians in London

Material produced by around 70 artists in 1943 to finance the Brazilian struggle in Italy leaves the collections and returns to be exhibited at a time of appreciation of national production

Agenda: Check out the highlights from April 21 to 27

In a post-SP-Arte week, rare are the galleries that open exhibitions, but institutions such as Sesc and Museu Afro Brasil stand out, the latter opening five exhibitions at once. On the other hand, Galeria Nara Roesler opens an exhibition by Abraham Palatnik in Rio de Janeiro
The 11th Mercosul Visual Arts Biennial runs until June 3, in Porto Alegre, RS - PHOTO: Publicity

The 11th Mercosul Biennial is courageous in its critical approach

Works by artists from various countries reflect on slavery and the purposeful invisibility suffered by African and indigenous cultures in Brazil

Bienal erases borders between artists and curators

In search of an attentive and affective look at art, Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro bets on a collective for the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo