Behind the scenes of a slice of the world of visual arts gained unexpected reach thanks to the podcast O Ateliê, a project by journalist Chico Felitti. At the...
The reading of The decolonial turn in Brazilian art (Editora Mireveja), by Alessandra Simões Paiva –, brought up several questions that, although related to...
In the April 1917 issue of Revista do Brasil, Monteiro Lobato began a review of the book Artists Baianos, authored by the man who even...
Art critic and professor Tadeu Chiarelli lists reasons to read the recently released autobiography of sculptor and painter Raphael Galvez
Research pointed out that 27% of Bolsonaro voters would vote for him for his personal image; Tadeu Chiarelli writes on the subject
Not all photography is restorative as intended, for example, the Berlin Biennale, when exhibiting a work with records of prisoners tortured in Abu Ghraib, Iraq
Returning to the concept of culture war, art critic Fabio Cypriano writes about the polemics of documenta fifteen
Exhibitions, books and debates shed light on the triggering point of the Brazilian historical avant-garde from issues that did not exist for artists of the time, such as issues of race, ethnicity and gender.
In the contrast between the two movements, it is important to recover the debate around the visual arts and the memory of Oswaldo Costa, an important critic of culture and art in the second half of the 20s, in São Paulo
Art critic and curator Tadeu Chiarelli writes about Tatiana Blass's new exhibition, "Reviravolta", on display at Galeria Millan