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National and international institutions open public notices and calls for residencies

With the start of 2022, a series of public notices and open calls offer opportunities for visual artists and other professionals in the field to participate in exhibitions and residencies. THE arte!brasileiros selected some of them...
"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”.
The photo shows the sculpture "Cristo Mendigo" that was the opening car of the Ratos e Urubus parade. In the image, the sculpture is covered in garbage bags as a censure, and carries the banner that reads "Even forbidden, watch over us!"

Garbage, luxury and the plea for the forbidden

Centro Cultural São Paulo presents an exhibition on Ratos e Urubus, Larguem Minha Fantasia, an emblematic parade by the samba school Beija-Flor de Nilópolis, held in 1989 whose plot was written by Joãozinho Trinta.

CCSP receives exhibition of posters taken from Ancine

The exhibition is part of the Summer Without Censorship Festival, organized by the São Paulo Municipal Department of Culture, which carries out various activities in the city's equipment.

CCSP establishes itself as a space for freedom and resistance, says Erika Palomino

Director of the São Paulo Cultural Center speaks to ARTE!Brasileiros about the curatorial project of the space, linked to the City Hall, and the desire to value diversity and representation in troubled political times

CCSP presents exhibition on the Bahian collective Etsedron

Photos and documents from the institution’s collection show the work of the multidisciplinary group, active in the 1970s

I Bienal Latino-Americana de São Paulo, 1978, is the subject of an exhibition at the CCSP

The event, which produced a relevant discussion about the geopolitics of the arts, is remembered in videos, photos and other archival materials.

CCSP presents dialogues between Brazilian and South African artists

Curated by Juliana Caffé and Juliana Gontijo, "Conversas em Gondwana" is the result of a broader platform for research and collaboration

Agenda: Check out the highlights from March 24th to 30th

Carbono Galeria turns five and celebrates with an exhibition of its collection, Instituto Tomie Ohtake opens exhibitions by Paulo Pasta and Cecily Brown, Thiago Rocha Pitta wins a solo show at Galeria Millan and Art Basel Hong Kong establishes itself as a beacon of the market in Asia

Agenda: check out the highlights from week 17 to 23/3

Seventh edition of the Arte Atual program presents an exhibition at Tomie Ohtake, Bruno Dunley launches his first book at the Nara Roesler gallery in São Paulo and Nelson Leirner opens a new solo show at Silvia Cintra + Box 4