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Brennand Workshop: “But clay and water continue to rotate in the huts of...

Transformed into an institute, the workshop of the late painter Francisco Brennand heads towards the future and balances between the founder's tradition and growth beyond his self-mythologized figure.

A daring project in the countryside of Pernambuco

Belojardim Residence, located in the city of the same name, houses "Corpos de Phonosophia", a project by Camila Sposati that unites two ancestral elements, clay and music.

Victor Brecheret's sculpture: between tradition and contemporaneity

On the eve of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Week of Modern Art, it is important to reflect on the figure of the Italian-Brazilian sculptor Victor Brecheret (1894-1955), a professional whose work is awaiting reassessment. This text pays attention to the...

With “Estado Bruto”, MAM Rio has the largest exhibition of sculptures ever assembled in its...

On display from May 6th, the show raises reflections on the construction, conservation and sharing of heritage, with works by Amilcar de Castro, Rodin, Cildo Meireles, Brancusi, Franz Weissman, Lina Kim, Lygia Clark, Márcia X, Mestre Didi, Nelson Leirner, Nuno Ramos and Tunga, among others
Horizontal photo, black and white. In the midst of the choreography, João Paulo Lima has both hands and the only knee on the floor, keeping his back aligned, on a plank over his knee. He's in profile. He uses a costume that refers to the practices of bondage and sadomasochism, with most of the skin exposed, semi-nude. This photo is a still of the show DEVOTEES, presented in the program Zona de Criação, from the Cultural Hub of Ceará PORTO DRAGÃO.

The [non] market of inclusion: ableism in the world of the arts

Artists reflect on the dilemmas of including people with disabilities (PWD) in the art world and talk about ableism and accessibility
Performer Emilie Sugai is in the center of the photo, blindfolding herself with a red sash. The lighting of the image is all red, contextualizing one of the moments of the AKA show

Butoh dance show takes Tomie Ohtake's work to the stage (digital)

Abstract art by Tomie Ohtake takes new form in AKA. Conceived by the performer Emilie Sugai and the director Lee Taylor, the show proposes an interdisciplinary dialogue between the visual and performing arts...
Excerpt from the video "The Clopen Door", which composes the work "Open Night" by Thiago Rocha Pitta, exhibited at MAM Rio

Between real and metaphorical fires

The work “Open Night”, by Thiago Rocha Pitta, opens the Interventions Program at MAM Rio and honors the National Museum on the two-year anniversary of the fire that devastated Rio’s space

Known for his monumental work, Christo dies at 84

Remembered for his body of work built with his partner Jeanne-Claude, the emblematic sculptor Christo died of natural causes and leaves a project that will still be carried out in 2021

Marcelo Jácome's 'Pipa Plans'

The artist explores the architecture of the atrium of the Pátio Batel mall, in Curitiba, with his famous installation