The modernist lady?

Which led me to read the entire biographical novel by Luiza Lobo, Fábrica de Lies: from Vale do Café to Arco...

Art and Artificial Intelligence: Before Embracing or Refusing, Maybe We Should...

Since our entry into the XNUMXst century, we have followed the rapid pace of technology that dominates our daily lives. Among those who only see negative points...

Podcast 'O Ateliê' addresses allegations of abusive relationships in the...

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 decolonial turn in Brazilian art': Considerations to stir up the debate

The reading of The decolonial turn in Brazilian art (Editora Mireveja), by Alessandra Simões Paiva –, brought up several questions that, although related to...
Portrait of Raphael Galvez, in the studio on Rua Lopes de Oliveira, in the 1980s

Petit maître

Art critic and professor Tadeu Chiarelli lists reasons to read the recently released autobiography of sculptor and painter Raphael Galvez

On the President's good looks

Research pointed out that 27% of Bolsonaro voters would vote for him for his personal image; Tadeu Chiarelli writes on the subject
At Hallenbad Ost, works by Taring Padi, a collective that had one of its panels, exhibited at Friederichplatz, taken from documenta fifteen after criticism - explained in the text. Photo: Patricia Rousseaux

culture war

Returning to the concept of culture war, art critic Fabio Cypriano writes about the polemics of documenta fifteen
Luiz Zerbini, "A Primeira Missa", 2014. Photo: Pat Kilgore.

Reappropriate to Repair: The Centenary of the Week of 22 under the...

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. 
Work by Tatiana Blass exhibited in the solo show "Reviravolta", at Galeria Millan. Photo: Disclosure

Tatiana Blass: on the threshold of matter and emptiness

Art critic and curator Tadeu Chiarelli writes about Tatiana Blass's new exhibition, "Reviravolta", on display at Galeria Millan
Indigenous to the Guarani people, he walks through the forest at night to fight the fire near Aldeia Tekoa Itakupe in the Jaraguá Indigenous Land, west of São Paulo capital, 2020. Photo: Felipe Beltrame.

The cry of the forests, the eloquence of images

Collective exhibition TURI presents works by 24 photographers who, at different times, recorded the destruction of the Brazilian ecosystem, especially the fires