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Horizontal, color photo. View of the MIRROR COUNTRIES exhibition. In the foreground, sculptures of animals, some colored, in wood, others in straw. In the background, a mural with capulanas and fabrics from different regions of Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, São Tomé and Principe, Cape Verde and Brazil. Kazuo Kajihara's photo.

“Mirrored Countries”, at Sesc Consolação, shows cultural encounters between Brazil and African nations of...

The piassava palm straw weaves on the north coast of Bahia create a clear dialogue with the basketry made on the north coast of Cabo Delgado, in Mozambique, as well as the graphics of traditional basketry...

Jaime Lauriano and the demystification of racial democracy

The artist from São Paulo creates works that reinterpret history from the point of view of the marginalized

Ayrson Heráclito, an exorcist artist

On the occasion of his participation in the 57th Venice Biennale, Ayrson Heráclito spoke to ARTE!Brasileiros about ancestry, racism and performance

Largest exhibition of contemporary African art opens in São Paulo

Banco do Brasil Cultural Center receives 90 works by artists from eight African countries and two Afro-Brazilians
Eliza with a women's group in the Omo River Valley, southern Ethiopia, in 2010. Photo: Personal archive

The work of filmmaker Eliza Capai, a lonely traveler

With the equipment inside a backpack, the filmmaker often sets off alone to distant places, such as the deserts of Mali or the Ethiopian countryside.