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Horizontal, color photo. In the center, the two volumes of CRITICAL PANDEMIA. The books are standing side by side and slightly diagonally. It has black covers, the spine reads the title in gray letters. In the background, a geometric black and white print, merely illustrative.

Immersion reports in a pandemic 'now'

With the global health crisis as the guiding thread, “Critical Pandemic”, a collection published by Edições Sesc SP and N-1, brings together texts by important contemporary thinkers
Forecasts for 2021. Photo of Art Basel in Miami Beach. Courtesy of the fair.

(Possible) Predictions for the Art Market in 2021

From the return of in-person fairs to the confidence in the purely digital format put to the test, check out some of the anticipations for the art market this year
"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”.

Should the show go on?

I am writing this text outside of São Paulo, where I am experiencing the pandemic, a little taken aback by the images on social media of the reopening of art institutions in the capital. Many artists, intellectuals, curators and even...
Lyz Parayzo, "Flag #2". Despite you, tomorrow will be another day.

Anthem against dictatorship inspires Brazilian exhibition in Paris

"Despite you, tomorrow will be another day" brings together around twenty national artists who are based in France; exhibition features critical works by Julio Villani that were mounted in May at the embassy and resonated in Brazil
The facade of MAM Rio

MAM Rio reopens after 5 months closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic

The new coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a major change in exhibition dynamics worldwide. Museums, galleries and art fairs invested in digital and suspended physical activity for months. It was the...
Messages for the city Times Square

In Times Square, artists honor essential workers during pandemic

Project "Messages for the City" brings together more than 30 artists, renowned and beginners, who are creating art to be shown on big screens in New York

With new website, Bienal de São Paulo reinforces online presence

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the future exhibitions of the edition are being rethought by the curatorship of the 34th Bienal, which has just opened a website with what has already been done and what is to come

300 Drawings brings together artists around humanitarian causes

Project created in quarantine brings together emerging and established artists to raise funds for three important humanitarian organizations
Ailton Krenak, author of Tomorrow Is Not For Sale

“If we return to normality, it is because the deaths of thousands of people were worthless...

In a new book, one of the most important indigenous leaders in the country talks about the coronavirus pandemic, Bolsonaro's "necropolitics" and the lessons we can learn from this experience