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The Feast of Crumbs

Epic art in the secret heart of Brazil

The critic and curator talks about the formal rigor and political and intellectual vigor of the work of Bahian artist Marcos Zacariades

Eclecticism marks the Cerruti collection

Italian businessman leaves home with 1.300 works, from the 14th to the 20th century
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A conversation with Antonio Obá

The artist, whose Revoada exhibition is on display at Pinacoteca Contemporânea, transcends painting, sculpture and installations to conceive images of suspended bodies and children, sometimes ghostly
Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe

cosmological synthesis

Through the repetition of elements he observes in the forest, the Yanomami artist Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe creates a delicate visual compendium of the daily life and imagination of his people

Issue #63 contributors

EDUARDO SIMÕES is a culture journalist, with passages for O Globo and Folha de S.Paulo, covering cinema and literature. He was editor of arte!brasileiros, in 2015, and several lifestyle titles. He...