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In front, "Museu do Homem do Nordeste", by Jonathas de Andrade, in the background works by Candido Portinari, Almeida Junior and Paulo Nazareth. Photo: Levi Fanan / Collection of the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo

Is art without class struggle just decoration?

For some decades, a new ethical position has emerged in artists who work with struggles of groups and communities that are not part of hegemonic systems.

Instituto de Arte Contemporânea de Ouro Preto has applications open for artistic residency

Until February 13th, the Instituto de Arte Contemporânea de Ouro Preto (ia) has open enrollment for the first edition of the Emergency Artistic Residency Program - iai. The experience of six...
Psychiatrist, writer and anti-colonial activist Frantz Fanon

Frantz Fanon, the force of language

*By Eugênio Lima Reembarking in this Fanon world was very intense. I remembered things I had forgotten and little by little I was rebuilding everything, from my first reading, in 2014, until today. The first time...
A member of the Piscina platform, Juh Almeida exhibited the work A woman speaks at SP-Foto VR

Politicizing the art market: how new proposals have raised questions of...

*By Ana Letícia Fialho and Luciara Ribeiro The result of the last elections, both in Brazil and in the USA, was marked by presences that, in some way, point to an unfolding of the anti-racist acts that grew in the...
Beatriz Lemos, Thiago de Paula Souza and Diane Lima, curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes

New territories expand reflection on art

Curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Triennial of Arts, entitled "The river is a serpent", bring together knowledge and Afro-indigenous, native and ancestral thoughts to think an art of the impossible
Beatriz Lemos, Thiago de Paula Souza and Diane Lima, curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes

New territories expand reflection on art

Curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes, entitled The river is a snake, bring together Afro-indigenous, native and ancestral knowledge and thoughts to think about an art of the impossible
Artist Cyshimi thinks about decoloniality in Asian-Brazilian art

Beyond the stereotype: Brazilian art by Asian-Brazilians

In recent years, the debate about prejudices and the inclusion of minorities has come to occupy a growing space in the arts circuit. However, little is heard about the inclusion (or exclusion) of Asian-Brazilian people...

In “Cartografia do Olhar”, Ana Beatriz Almeida analyzes works of art from a...

Rosana Paulino, Juliana dos Santos, Moisés Patrício and Antônio Obá are subjects in classes taught by Ana Beatriz Almeida at SP-ArteVR; the project is presented in partnership by arte!brasileiros and by JK Iguatemi

Artistic projects bring non-white representation to SP-Arte

01.01 Art Platform and Levante Nacional Trovoa debut at the fair and seek to insert black, Asian and indigenous productions into the hegemonic art circuit
PIPA Online Award

Art does not disconnect from life

Interview with one of the exponents of indigenous representation in the visual arts