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Detail of the panel "Take back our land"

Take back our land: artist residency brings Brazil and Indonesia closer together

The Taring Padi collective, from Indonesia, and militants from the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) met at the Florestan Fernandes National School (ENFF) and discovered social and political affinities
View of the VII International Seminar: Culture, Democracy and Reparation

Art and culture are intertwined in a democracy

Urgent topics in the Brazilian and world sociopolitical scenarios were debated during the 22nd and 23rd of September at the Sesc Vila Mariana Auditorium in São Paulo
At Hallenbad Ost, works by Taring Padi, a collective that had one of its panels, exhibited at Friederichplatz, taken from documenta fifteen after criticism - explained in the text. Photo: Patricia Rousseaux

culture war

Returning to the concept of culture war, art critic Fabio Cypriano writes about the polemics of documenta fifteen
Gudskul, Sekolah Temujalar, pedagogical installation with audio, cameras, drawings and games exhibited at Fridericianum, at documenta fifteen, in Kassel

Kassel becomes a barn of exchanges

documenta fifteen, with more than 1.500 artists occupying 39 spaces in the German city, prioritizes solidarity and coexistence as practices in the field of art.
"Generosity, Regeneration, Transparency, Independence, Sufficiency, Local Anchor and most of all Humor", by Dan Perjovschi at Fridericianum. Photo: Nicolas Wefers

documenta fifteen kicks off the exhibition program

'Lumbung'. The word that may seem unusual to us is the Indonesian term to define a community rice granary and is articulated as the conceptual axis of documenta fifteen. Under the artistic direction of ruangrupa, collective...
INLAND is one of the collectives participating in documenta 15

Documenta de Kassel looks at collective experiences in art

The idea of ​​the artist isolated in his studio has long sounded like an old-fashioned image to describe the field of production of contemporary practices, but finally documents it, considered the most important exhibition...