French historian Anne Lafont

“The debate tries to make noise, provoke dissonance and distinction”

Author of the books An African woman in the Louvre and The art of black worlds: History, theory, criticism, recently released in Brazil by Bazar do Tempo, French historian Anne Lafont was...
Seu Jovenil holding the portrait of his uncle, Otávio Caetano, cupópia master and community partygoer, undated. Quilombo Cafundó, 35th São Paulo Biennial. Courtesy: CEDAE - Alexandre Eulálio Cultural Documentation Center, State University of Campinas

35th São Paulo Biennial: The dance of the possible

The way we perceive the reality of life in society is dialectically affected by the experiences we develop in it, by the multiplicity of relationships constructed and...
Representatives of forums, unions and artists' collectives, during a public hearing at the Legislative Assembly

MinC supports artists and reinforces that the Paulo Gustavo Law is for...

In a public hearing with dozens of artists, producers and culture managers on the afternoon of Wednesday, 20th, at the Legislative Assembly, in the capital of São Paulo,...
Wifredo Lam

Jacques Leenhardt analyzes the work of Wifredo Lam

The French philosopher and critic is president of the Association of Friends of Wifredo Lam in Paris, a scholar of the Cuban artist's production
Miguel Ángel Lens, work featured in the exhibition "La poesía está en la calle". Courtesy: Muntref

The rebel roles of Miguel Ángel Lens

La Poesía está em la calle (poetry is on the street), exhibition by Miguel Ángel Lens (Buenos Aires, 1951-2011) curated by Francisco Lemus...

Photography and the representation of everyday life

Since photography was invented, or rather presented to the public in the first decades of the 19th century, it has become a representative or narrator of...

Recently launched, Projeto Lorenzato has already cataloged around 300 works by...

Last month, the Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato Project was launched, which seeks to identify and catalog the works of the artist from Minas Gerais on a digital, continuous and...

In 'Stamps', IAC reveals Carmela Gross's creative process to show...

Starting this Saturday (4/2), the Instituto de Arte Contemporânea (IAC) presents the exhibition Stamps, in which it retakes 12 of the 80 works presented by...

Art fairs around the world: what they look like after a year of...

Delays and adaptations to more modest formats are among the most viable alternatives; despite this, the growth of the virtual market and the participation of social media can question the presence of mega fairs?

2010 | Folk art through the trained eye of an expert...

Recall an article from our collection about the gallery owner and scholar Roberto Rugiero, who passed away this week: "Surrounded by a wide production that ranges from wood sculptures to ceramic pieces, passing by specific names in painting, Rugiero comments on a segment of the art market "