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Why the war?

In 1932, an exchange of letters between the father of physics, Albert Einstein, and the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, translated the concerns of the two humanist intellectuals in that first third of the 20th century. In the letters, both questioned each other, from perspectives completely different, the reason for the armed conflicts, shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War.

Culture Wars grow on social media

Why attacks on cultural institutions and works of art are used as instruments of the right, based on algorithms that value hate speech

What can a work of culture, art or criticism do?

A question for Tales Ab'Sáber* João Cezar de Castro Rocha – In his documentary Intervention, Love doesn't mean much, he anticipated much of the horrors...

Film addresses the madness of the evangelization of indigenous people in Javari

Avesso do Céu, by the duo Dias & Riedweg, was filmed in the Javari Reserve, in the far west of the Amazon, and has as its theme the conversion practiced by dozens of neo-Pentecostal churches, even with newly contacted indigenous people

After rescuing workers from Rio Grande do Sul who lived in a regime analogous to slavery, we looked for articles and reports in which, on several occasions, we denounced the history of racism in our country.

A survey carried out by Repórter Brasil pointed out that for every five workers rescued in a situation similar to slavery between 2016 and 2018, four were black.

Check out our selection of texts on the subject:

Culture, Democracy and Reparation

A arte!brasileiros and Sesc SP promoted an international seminar to debate the subject. On this page, you can check out the recorded versions of the lectures, in-depth interviews with important figures in the cultural and artistic scene, and texts that unfold reflections on art and democracy

Digital Edition #59


In 'Carimbos', IAC reveals Carmela Gross's creative process for a show held in 1978

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...

From ephemeris, 'The parable of progress' reflects on issues of race, gender and class

A arte!brasileiros visited the show curated by Lisette Lagnado, in collaboration with André Pitol and Yudi Rafael, at Sesc Pompeia; there are five 'dialogical spaces' that articulate artistic production and actions of hospitality and visibility of the communities around them




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