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Célia Tupinambá reconnects a 400-year-old thread

At the 60th Venice Biennale, in Italy, starting April 24th next year, Brazil will be represented by a work by the visual artist, filmmaker, writer, anthropologist and researcher from Bahia Glicéria Tupinambá, known...
Denilson Baniwa, "The Call of the Wild - Yawareté tapuya", 2023. Photo: Pedro Agilson

Criticism and eroticism temper the exhibition 'Moqueca de husbands'

The gallery A Gentil Carioca arrived in São Paulo a year and a half ago and installed its expanded space in a charming dead-end street, in Higienópolis. Denilson Baniwa is currently exhibiting a set of works...
Seu Jovenil holding the portrait of his uncle, Otávio Caetano, cupópia master and community partygoer, undated. Quilombo Cafundó, 35th São Paulo Biennial. Courtesy: CEDAE - Alexandre Eulálio Cultural Documentation Center, State University of Campinas

35th São Paulo Biennial: The dance of the possible

The way we perceive the reality of life in society is dialectically affected by the experiences we develop in it, by the multiplicity of constructed relationships and hierarchies produced and established in territories governed by capitalism...

'The decolonial turn in Brazilian art': Considerations to stir up the debate

The reading of The decolonial turn in Brazilian art (Editora Mireveja), by Alessandra Simões Paiva – brought up several questions that, although they concern the culture and art produced in Brazil, are of a...
Gê Viana, "Mast lifting. Festa do Divino Espírito Santo", from the series "Traumatic Updates by Debret" (2020), exhibited at NECROBRASILIANA

Curated by Moacir dos Anjos, the exhibition “Necrobrasiliana” arrives in Recife this Thursday (15)

On display at Fundação Joaquim Nabuco, the show houses 26 works by 12 contemporary artists, who reinterpret Brazil’s colonial memory
View of NAKOADA, in Mam Rio, with MAHKU's work highlighted

A nakoada for art

On display until November 27, "Nakoada" starts from Baniwa indigenous ethics to think about future perspectives from the Modern Art Week

Indigenous cultures celebrate their own museum in São Paulo

With three temporary exhibitions, the institution plans to create a permanent exhibition, after the conceptualization process, in dialogue with the native peoples
"Nhiromi", by Denilson Baniwa

Critique Frestas: political poetics

Frestas - Arts Triennale, at Sesc de Sorocaba, addresses the dramas of the contemporary world in a lyrical way
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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
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PIPA Award announces winners of the 2021 edition and opens exhibition at Paço Imperial

Castiel Vitorino, Denilson Baniwa, Ilê Sartuzi, Marcela Bonfim and Ventura Profana are the five selected this year; winners of the 2020 edition will exhibit at the Paço Imperial from September 9