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The Grace of Faith

*By Claudinei Roberto da Silva Among us, an extensive cultural, ideological, legislative, religious and media apparatus was created to justify, meet and guarantee the permanence of privileges of that part of the population that directly or...

“It happens that we are cannibals!”, says the tropicalist pop by Glauco Rodrigues

The show Acaba que Somos Canibais!, by Glauco Rodrigues (1929-2004), has a samba school atmosphere, full of colors and allegories, born under the influence of pop art. The paintings on display at the Bergamin gallery...

A vast public archive on curation in Brazil

In more than a hundred interviews conducted virtually with curators, Raphael Fonseca presents the plurality of professionals in the country, their stories, research and the difficulties of working in a very precarious market.
Horizontal photo, black and white. In the midst of the choreography, João Paulo Lima has both hands and the only knee on the floor, keeping his back aligned, on a plank over his knee. He's in profile. He uses a costume that refers to the practices of bondage and sadomasochism, with most of the skin exposed, semi-nude. This photo is a still of the show DEVOTEES, presented in the program Zona de Criação, from the Cultural Hub of Ceará PORTO DRAGÃO.

The [non] market of inclusion: ableism in the world of the arts

Artists reflect on the dilemmas of including people with disabilities (PWD) in the art world and talk about ableism and accessibility
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Benjamin Seroussi: first the gestures, then the words

Benjamin Seroussi, director of Casa do Povo, talks about the reasons why the São Paulo cultural center started to act directly, not only in the virtual environment, during the crisis caused by the pandemic (and by the government) and highlights the difficulties and solutions to finance the space activities

Infinito Vai: a unique approach to the history of Brazilian architecture

Infinito Vai: 90 years of Brazilian Architecture, at Sesc 24 de Maio, subverts any concept of exhibition of the genre. Scenic, without being theatrical, it has a narrative centered on the hybridization of various poetics, such as music, arts...

Mapping the roles of subversion

In a curious paradox, the police files gathered by the State Department of the Political and Social Order of São Paulo (Deops) with the aim of repressing and persecuting any person, movement or party that...

Issue #54 contributors

See who are some of the contributors to this edition of arte!brasileiros

Hal Foster: Everything is Fight

In the book “What comes after the farce?”, Hal Foster analyzes the effects of Trumpism on the North American arts scene and points out forms of resistance
Matarazzo City

Matarazzo City, contemporary art and neoliberalism

Based on the luxurious real estate project being built in São Paulo, the curator and researcher points to the dangerous use of contemporary art by neoliberal logic, questions the capitalist model that claims to “defend” diversity and discusses the precariousness of labor relations.