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Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the 60th Venice Biennale. Photo: Mauricio Jorge

The 60th Venice Biennale and other stories

Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the Italian exhibition, talks about how he emerged into art

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“Dos Brasis – Arte e Pensamento Negro” encourages Afro-Brazilian production

“Dos Brasis – Arte e Pensamento Negro” encourages Afro-Brazilian production

  With general curatorship by Igor Simões, the exhibition brings together 240 artists from all Brazilian states who present works in different artistic languages. From 2024, part of the exhibition will circulate in spaces...

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Froiid, at Galeria Albuquerque Contemporânea.

In BH, Galeria Albuquerque Contemporânea opens Froiid’s first solo show

Entitled "Mundaréu", Froiid's solo show, on display at Galeria Albuquerque Contemporânea, establishes a dialogue with the writer, actor, journalist and playwright Plínio Marcos (1935-1999) and his "Histórias das Quebradas do Mundaréu" (1973). When exploring...

Integration is the motto of Inhotim’s programming in 2024

A resumption of monographic projects, solo exhibitions dedicated to specific works by some artists, as well as unique, immersive works that promote compelling experiences. This is how the artistic director of Inhotim, Júlia Rebouças,...
Amácio Mazzaropi in "Jeca Tatu" (1959)

From Jeca Tatu to Nhô Nito

With the exception of Manoel Querino (1851-1923), intellectuals who wrote about the visual arts during the First Republic started from the following assumption: a branch of European art was developing in Brazil. Some would try to propose or detect...
Raquel Arnaud, in the MASP bay, in 1983. Credit: Personal archive

50 years of achievements

Talent, perseverance and attitude mark the story of Raquel Arnaud, a determined woman, who in the 1970s broke through the arrogance of the male world of the art market to become one of Brazil's gallerists...
Lia-D-Castro

practical arts

The paintings, drawings and photographs of Lia D Castro are the synthesis of a decolonial process in which she equates, with her portrayed, sex, readings, conversations and reflections on transphobia and racism
Untitled (2023), Rafael Pereira. Photo: João Liberato

An artist shaped by migrations, affective memories and self-knowledge

Portraits with expressive eyes are a hallmark of Rafael Pereira's production, who until the 20th (Saturday) presents his first solo show at Galeria Estação, in São Paulo. Curated by Tiago Sant’Ana,...
Bruna and Ricardo Pessôa de Queiroz

Without sugar, with art Without sugar, with culture Without sugar, with affection

In Pernambuco, just an hour and a half from Recife, along a surprisingly well paved road, visitors have access to Usina de Arte. Project designed in 2015, by Bruna and Ricardo Pessôa de...
Adriano Pedrosa, curator of the 60th Venice Biennale. Photo: Mauricio Jorge

Venice Biennale announces artists participating in its 60th edition

Curator of the 60th Venice Biennale, Adriano Pedrosa revealed this Tuesday (31) his plans for the exhibition, which will begin in April. With a total of 332 artists – compared to 213 in 2022 –,...

a garden of codes

The duo Detanico Lain presents its second solo show at an institution in Brazil, at Espaço Cultural Porto Seguro, until April 21
"Redenção de Cã", 1895, oil on canvas, 199 x 166 cm, signed M. Brocos Rio de Janeiro. 1895. National Museum of Fine Arts Collection/Ibram Photo: Rômulo Fialdini

About the works and their titles

One day someone should write a book, or even an article, about the titles of works of art. Knowing whether or not those by which we recognize them today have always been their original name can...

Célia Tupinambá reconnects a 400-year-old thread

At the 60th Venice Biennale, in Italy, starting April 24th next year, Brazil will be represented by a work by the visual artist, filmmaker, writer, anthropologist and researcher from Bahia Glicéria Tupinambá, known...

Quilombola Nego Bispo questioned canons of modernity

"Humanism is a companion word to the word development, whose idea is to treat human beings as beings who want to be creators, and not creatures of nature, who want to overcome nature." With one sentence...

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