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José Barbosa, THE LITTLE RAFT ON THE HORIZONTE, exhibited at the show LIGHT PROPRIETA in Art 57

Pernambucan artist José Barbosa opens solo show in São Paulo

On display from September 24 at Arte 57, the show brings together historical and unpublished works and shows the multiplicity in Barbosa's work
Xadalu's work exhibited at the Iberê Camargo Foundation

Individual Xadalu in Porto Alegre addresses the erasure of indigenous culture

"Indigenous Area", reads the reminders scattered through the streets of the capital of Rio Grande do Sul. The licks, posters, paintings and flags in which this phrase is written are by Xadalu Tupã Jekupé, a mixed-race artist of...

“Anna Maria Maiolino – psssiiiuuu…” brings together around 300 works by the artist at the Instituto...

Psssssss... The onomatopoeia - which can be a whistle, a call, a flirtation, a request for silence, a secret, or a sign - gives name to the new solo show by Anna Maria Maiolino, on display at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, in...
View of the exhibition ALTURAS, by Alex Flemming, at Arte132 Galeria

Arte132 Galeria opens its doors in São Paulo with an exhibition by Alex Flemming

With a focus on Brazilian production, the gallery opens with an individual by Alex Flemming and seeks to establish itself as a multiple space dedicated to art
Lygia Clark. Performance "Biological Architectures II" (1969). Photo by Alécio de Andrade/ ADAGP.

Lygia Clark by Yve-Alain Bois

In the context of the exhibition "Lygia Clark (1920-1988) 100 years", at Pinakotheke Cultural, the arte!brasileiros publishes excerpts from essays by French curator and art historian Yve-Alain Bois, who recalls his experience with the famous Brazilian artist
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...

Artists of African descent in Brazilian art: presence/absence?

In a new text in his column, the critic and curator Tadeu Chiarelli focuses on the virtual absence of black artists in the hegemonic history of art in Brazil, especially from the second half of the XNUMXth century onwards.

In “Cartografia do Olhar”, Ana Beatriz Almeida analyzes works of art from a...

Rosana Paulino, Juliana dos Santos, Moisés Patrício and Antônio Obá are subjects in classes taught by Ana Beatriz Almeida at SP-ArteVR; the project is presented in partnership by arte!brasileiros and by JK Iguatemi

Artistic projects bring non-white representation to SP-Arte

01.01 Art Platform and Levante Nacional Trovoa debut at the fair and seek to insert black, Asian and indigenous productions into the hegemonic art circuit
Aline Motta

Deconstructing white hegemony in Brazilian arts is an effective action for change

Despite the national production being diverse in languages ​​and authorship, we still maintain within it structures that naturalize the predominance of white authors and of European origin or descent.