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Review: How to approach chaos

Collection book “Strategies of Art in an Age of Catastrophes”, by Maria Angélica Melendi, brings together artistic strategies from the last 50 years

Afro-Atlantic Histories: a plural, diverse and militant art

Important exhibition occupied by MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake in 2018, Afro-Atlantic Histories discussed the commemoration of the 130th anniversary of the abolition of slavery

Records of a country in conflict

The show that was at IMS until July 2018, Conflicts: Photography and Political Violence in Brazil 1889-1964, is a class in photography, politics and history. Peremptorily denying the officialist thesis that...

For a cry of resistance

Júlia Rebouças' collection of works from the Videobrasil collection at the MitoMotim exhibition is not afraid of being political
Cover issue 43 - Untitled - Moisés Patrício

What unites us?

ARTE!43 has on the cover the work of the artist Moisés Patrício, one of the artists participating in the exhibition Histórias Afro-Atlânticas at MASP and Tomie Ohtake

Art made by black people. You accept?

Conversation with Moisés Patrício about life as a black artist within the market and academia. In June, he participates in the exhibition Histórias Afro-Atlânticas

33rd São Paulo Biennial: Artists-Curators

Wura-Natasha Ogunji lives in the United States and Nigeria, will “cure” the project "Always, Never"

Mineira, but nothing quiet

1st ArteBH Modern and Contemporary Art Fair makes noise and already has its next edition confirmed for 2019.

A ceiling entirely by Rose Klabin

Sutartine’s sculptures, which in Lithuanian means “agreement”, are the result of the search for an understanding of the self and the public and private role of the female artist.

Brazil, a perverse and ambiguous country

Artist and director of the Afro Brasil Museum, Emanoel Araújo reflects on the difference between theoretical and academic analyzes of slavery and its real experience