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Editorial: In the debacle…

Immersed in a country adrift, wrapped in lies and cynicism, with more than 2 thousand deaths a day and without decent policies to protect the population, we discovered that what allows us to be...

Art fairs in the world: how are they after a year of pandemic?

Delays and adaptations to more modest formats are among the most viable alternatives; despite this, the growth of the virtual market and the participation of social media can question the presence of mega fairs?
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”.
Frieze London: "Huk Pacha", "Iskay Pacha", "Kimsa Pacha". Works by Claudia Martínez Garay. Photo: Grimm Gallery.

Frieze London: local event and adaptation to the virtual mark the 2020 edition

Fair runs until the 16th of October; this year, Frieze London has a hybrid format between the virtual and a predominantly local physical edition

MASP opens virtual exhibition by Hélio Oiticica

With its physical occurrence postponed, MASP brings part of the exhibition to the web along with a guided tour
Solidarity Gallery

Virtual gallery unites photographers during the pandemic

A temporary initiative with a solidary purpose, Galeria 20 X 20 brings together beginners and renowned photographers to support professionals who have had their work interrupted by the quarantine.

depicting the invisible

As photographers around the globe strive to provide depth to documenting the Covid-19 crisis, the ARTE!BRASILEIROS presents a series of images taken in recent months in different countries

The cry that comes from art

In isolation, artists systematically produce as a form of resistance to the virus and the president

Normal was not normal: What museums do we want after the pandemic?

It is essential to start anew, to decolonize the museum from its servile condition of the ideology of a power and of a global economy, to understand how the narratives that museums starred in, the way in which they received their audiences, as mere consumers, distorted and robbed them of the challenges of contemporaneity