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Book Decolonize the museum – Absolute disorder program

Radical imagination time

With Decolonize the Museum – program of absolute disorder (Ubu, 2023), French activist and thinker Françoise Vergès makes a precise analysis of the current situation of museums which, on the one hand, seek new...

Brazilian choice in Venice reflects authoritarianism of Fundação Bienal de São Paulo

Once again, the appointment of the Brazilian representative at the Venice Biennale is the result of an undemocratic choice, as it has been characterized since Edemar Cid Ferreira, in his personalist saga, convinced the Ministry...
View of the 3rd Bienal de São Paulo

Bienal de São Paulo: 70 years of successes and mistakes

Created in 1951, the main artistic event in the country and one of the most important in the world completes seven decades, overcoming the times of the dictatorship and holding remarkable events - some more, some less
It's dark but I sing

“Bienal of Hope” romanticizes catastrophes

"It's dark but I sing", at Ibirapuera Park, brings together significant and aestheticizing groups of Brazilian artists, but leaves transgressive activities to the past
"Landscape", by Regina Silveira, work commissioned for the Bienal. Photo: © Levi Fanan / Fundação Bienal de São Paulo

34th Bienal de São Paulo opens its main show with a strong political and...

With more than a thousand works, Bienal de São Paulo embodies the idea of ​​resistance encompassing different themes, generations and languages

Bienal de São Paulo celebrates 70 years with podcast, film and new edition of...

Inaugurated in 1951, the first edition of the São Paulo Biennial positioned Brazil in the international visual arts circuit; Fundação Bienal celebrates its anniversary while holding its 34th edition
34th Bienal de São Paulo. "La Cena" (The Supper), 1991, by Cuban artist Belkis Ayón, one of the participants of the Bienal

Bienal de São Paulo announces complete list of participants for the 34th edition

Fundação announces 35 new names and completes the list of 91 participating artists; edition also launches a digital catalog with authorial interventions by the artists
Wind, by Joan Jonas, 1968, at the Bienal Pavilion

fight against the wind

Before the main show, scheduled for 2021, the 34th Bienal de São Paulo opens the collective exhibition Vento, with the participation of 21 artists and works spread across the wide space of the pavilion at Ibirapuera

In the infernal year, the artist who abolished purgatory would be 100 years old

The date marks the beginning of a long intercontinental celebration of León Ferrari, Argentine artist critical of Catholicism, provocateur and owner of a Golden Lion.

34th Bienal de São Paulo opens group show

With the main exhibition postponed to September 2021, the curatorship of the edition follows its proposal to extend the event in time by opening the exhibition "Vento", which brings together works by 21 artists in the Bienal Pavilion