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Archaeological Site of Cais do Valongo and Cais da Imperatriz

The abandonment of Valongo

On the pier built in 1811, in Rio, to receive thousands of enslaved people, and where important archaeological records were found, the strategy of dismantling policies to combat racism and inequality reigns.
"Americas" (2016), Arjan Martins. Photo: A Gentil Carioca.

Arjan Martins has a trajectory portrayed in a book

Launch of Editora Cobogó, a publication organized by Paulo Miyada presents an overview of the painter's career from Rio de Janeiro
Detail of the cover of the book A defect in color

A historiographical record by Ana Maria Gonçalves

Launched in 2006, the book "Um Defeito de Cor" is an indispensable classic of Brazilian Afrofeminist literature.

Afro-Atlantic Histories: a plural, diverse and militant art

Important exhibition occupied by MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake in 2018, Afro-Atlantic Histories discussed the commemoration of the 130th anniversary of the abolition of slavery

Ayrson Heráclito, an exorcist artist

On the occasion of his participation in the 57th Venice Biennale, Ayrson Heráclito spoke to ARTE!Brasileiros about ancestry, racism and performance

Brazil, a perverse and ambiguous country

Artist and director of the Afro Brasil Museum, Emanoel Araújo reflects on the difference between theoretical and academic analyzes of slavery and its real experience