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Study for an Expanded Metropolitan Supercomplex Cosmogony

The wide-open reality in the fiction of Guerreiro do Divino Amor

Winner of the 2019 Pipa Prize, the artist has been developing for about 15 years the series Superficções, through which he deals with deep social and symbolic issues, from media manipulation to colonialism, from social segregation to the power of neo-Pentecostal churches, from state violence to power. of marketing and market
Color in Space and Time

A color activist

Deceased at the end of July of this year, the Venezuelan Cruz-Diez wins an individual at the Porto Seguro Cultural Space; exhibition is the last one that the artist helped to organize and is curated by Rodrigo Villela
About Drawing in Brazil

At the tip of the pencil

Book organized by Claudio Mubarac gives an overview of the history of drawing in Brazil
ghosts of hope

Marcela Cantuária: “Donate to those who hurt”

Canterbury provokes glitches and makes the images left by the colonial world flaws, pulling up the necessary symbolic space where his allegorical paintings sprout.
Dana Awartani

“Imagined Communities”, no need to scream to be heard

The 21st edition of the Sesc_Videobrasil biennial, inaugurated on the 24th of May, has its highlights in the diversity of themes
Indians and Mandacaru

A Dive into Ceará’s Poetics

The exhibition "20th Unifor Plástica: simultaneities – art with the word" opens at Centro Cultural Unifor, in the city of Fortaleza, curated by Denise Mattar. Next interview with the curator

Cultural management in times of economic and political crisis

Seminar held by ARTE!Brasileiros and through Itaú Cultural, it brought together managers, artists and specialists to discuss the challenges and paths for cultural management in the contemporary context; find out what Eduardo Saron, Fabio Szwarcwald, Jochen Volz, Gabriela Noujaim, Jonathas de Andrade, Ana Carla Fonseca and Katia de Marco said
Faith Ringgold

“New MoMA” seeks new narratives

American museum pioneer in the presentation of modern art opens expansion reviewing the history of conventional art

Voices on cultural management

Find out what Lucimara Letelier, founder and director of the Vivo Museum say; Renata Bittencourt, executive director of Instituto Inhotim, and Claudinei Roberto da Silva, professor and curator, on issues surrounding cultural management

The restoration and preservation of Bispo do Rosário's work in Rio grows

The artist is currently considered one of the exponents of contemporary Brazilian art, along with important names such as Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica.