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Image from the book Memórias Sangradas, life and death in the times of the cangaço

The cangaço yesterday and today

Book "Bled memories: life and death in the times of the cangaço", by Ricardo Beliel, brings together photos and testimonies recorded by the journalist over the years touring the northeastern hinterland

Issue #58 contributors

Christian Dunker is a full professor in Psychoanalysis and Clinical Psychopathology at the Institute of Psychology at the University of São Paulo, with a postdoctoral degree in language pathologies. He is the author of a number of books, among them...
In front, "Museu do Homem do Nordeste", by Jonathas de Andrade, in the background works by Candido Portinari, Almeida Junior and Paulo Nazareth. Photo: Levi Fanan / Collection of the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo

Is art without class struggle just decoration?

For some decades, a new ethical position has emerged in artists who work with struggles of groups and communities that are not part of hegemonic systems.
Untitled, José Antonio da Silva, at the Raio-que-o-parta exhibition

Exuberant visuals in a critical tone

Fabio Cypriano writes a review of the exhibition “Raio-que o parte: fictions of the modern in Brazil”, at Sesc 24 de Maio
Humboldt facade

European fetishism in the colonial context and its long-term effect: the case...

New museum institution in Berlin brings together rich material from people from different corners of the world, but ignores the original context
Guanabara Bay, by Ismael Nery

Rethinking Modernism from the Week of 1922

Centenary celebrated this year broadens the debate on the vanguards, relativizes the centrality of the São Paulo event and stimulates discussion about the unfolding and effects of movement in time and space

Afro-descendants, the internet and democracy at the end of the tunnel

While this too is a very distant dream, it is much closer than the dream of a golden age. However, the first requirement is memory. Poor memory benefits...
Small Manifestation, by Joana Amador and Mariana Lacerda, which was on display at MuBE, in São Paulo

Aesthetic moment and the ethical time of democratic reparation

From different historical occurrences and concepts of psychoanalysis, the author discusses the idea of ​​infinite mourning - common to cases of collective losses - and talks about the need for reparation

“Tunga: Magnetic Conjunctions” celebrates a work that remains

Artists' writings became ubiquitous structures in the international art circuit around the 1960s, when new narratives gained space and deepened the nature of the exercise of criticism. This attitude represented a...

Editorial: Towards the VII International Seminar “Culture, Democracy and Reparation”

The function of testimony has a reparatory dimension, insofar as it verbalizes and produces the social recognition of a traumatic history.