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The installation "Assembling the history of life", by Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, at the 35th São Paulo Biennial. Photo: Patricia Rousseaux

35th São Paulo Biennial: Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro

The association between diverse art practices and accurate research into colonial violence perpetrated against material and spiritual culture of African origin are striking aspects of Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro's production,...

Poetry in transit

With an emphasis on collective and transdisciplinary practices, the 35th Bienal de São Paulo calls into question the Eurocentric view of art
View of the exhibition COMPOSITIONS FOR INSURGENT TIMES at MAM Rio

“Compositions for insurgent times” and the poetics for different life dynamics

On display at MAM Rio, a collective exhibits works by artists who, from different cosmovisions and collective social articulations, think of art as a way out of life
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PIPA Prize 2021: from ancestry to new technologies

PIPA 2021 awards Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Denilson Baniwa, Ilê Sartuzi, Marcela Bonfim and Ventura Profana, pointing out poignant issues in Brazilian contemporary art
Anna Maria Maiolino, "Chapter I", from the series "Mental Maps", 1971. Photo: Publicity

“Gift”: a publication that emerges from caring and dialogue

Conceived by Anna Maria Maiolino and Paulo Miyada in response to the reality of social distancing, Presente brings together exchanges of correspondence between curators, artists and researchers such as Lisette Lagnado, Tania Rivera and Dalton Paula

An ongoing triennial

In the midst of a pandemic and political crisis context, what are the curatorial and expository possibilities? This was one of the questions that guided months of work on The river is a snake, third...
"From tomorrow to yesterday", by Mônica Ventura, at the exhibition "Abre-Caminhos" at Centro Cultural São Paulo. Photo: Publicity/CCSP

An anti-disciplinary look at a year that begins at the end

Anyone walking along Avenida Vergueiro, in the capital of São Paulo, is faced with a series of colorful lambe-lambes by the posts near the São Paulo Cultural Center (CCSP), in which you can read “Black Magic” and “Jexus”.