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Stratagems to resist fascism

With 134 artists and collectives to date (new enlistments are expected throughout its duration, until January 28, 2024), the ReFundação exhibition, which reopened on September 2,...

What to visit in Rio de Janeiro during ArtRio week?

For the days of the fair, which opens on September 8, we have prepared an itinerary of visits to institutions and galleries with the main in-person exhibitions on display in the state capital; check out

Galeria Gentil Carioca opens a branch in São Paulo

Aleta Valente, Ana Linnemann, Arjan Martins, Cabelo, Ernesto Neto, Jarbas Lopes, João Modé, José Bento, Laura Lima, Marcela Cantuária, Maria Laet, Maria Nepomuceno, Maxwell Alexandre, OPAVIVARÁ!, Renata Lucas, Rodrigo Torres and Vivian Caccuri. Those...
Brennand Workshop. Photo: Fred Jordão / Publicity.

Oficina Brennand offers new cultural residencies

With two different proposals, one aimed at artists and the other at educators, the Recife museum's residency program is part of a larger program that celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Iole de Freitas, The Other, 1973-2019, photographic print. One of the participating works of ArtRio 2020 by EAV Parque Lage. Image: Disclosure.

“Amigo EAV” Collection by Parque Lage participates in ArtRio 2020

At the fair, which takes place between October 14th and 18th, works donated by names such as Antônio Dias, Cristiano Lenhardt, Ernesto Neto, Iole de Freitas, Laura Lima and Luiz Zerbini will have the sales values ​​reverted to the institution's public program and to the granting of scholarships to young people from the periphery
Art Basel Online

Five Brazilian galleries participate in the online version of Art Basel

Through the visiting rooms, A Gentil Carioca, Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel, Mendes Wood DM, Bergamin & Gomide and Galeria Luisa Strina participate in the virtual edition of the fair, between the 19th and 26th of June

Vaivém: historical and playful look at Brazilian identity

Exhibition that ends in São Paulo on July 29 will land in Brasília in early September
Ernesto Neto "Cura Bra Cura Te"

Exhibition at Pinacoteca reveals Ernesto Neto’s indigenous project

"Few artists manage to update the radical nature of Brazilian artistic production, where the body was part of the work, in the 1960s and 1970s, like Neto", writes Fabio Cypriano about the "Sopro" show.