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To read, see, hear and visit in women's month

On this International Women's Day, the arte!brasileiros prepared a list of contents and events that highlight the importance of women's trajectories in art
When the world changes

Exhibition in Buenos Aires presents reflections on feminism and art in the post...

Just over a year ago, Covid-19 began a major transformation of the reality we knew. As the pandemic progressed, "the futuristic, extreme and dystopian fictions of empty cities became possible forms,...

Under restoration: women artists, the forgotten part of Italian art history

Where are the women? This was the question posed by Advancing Women Artists (AWA) to museum spaces and visitors to tourist museums in Florence over the last 14 years. The American philanthropic organization...

enjoyment and thought

Temporarily postponed, the 12th edition of the Mercosul Biennial will bring an “experience of beauty”, dealing with issues surrounding women; read an interview with curator Andrea Giunta about the event, which has just launched its online visitation space
Maria Evelia Marmolejo

Radical women: Latin American art, 1960-1985

By Leonor Amarante and Patricia Rousseaux in an interview with Cecília Fajardo-Hill and Andrea Giunta What intransigence unites more than one hundred artists and activists in the Radical Women exhibition at Pinacoteca do Estado? The challenging effort of curators Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, a Venezuelan based in the...
fire light

Luz del Fuego and the “My body, my rules”

She was pure irreverence. Born 101 years ago and raised to reproduce the values ​​of the traditional family, Dora Vivacqua took other directions. It is not by chance that the “My body, my rules” campaign would fit...

Brazil and its grids

In her recently released book, Juliana Borges develops an analysis of the purposes and history of prison politics in Brazil

Pombagiras and the Crowd of Women

*By Maria Gabriela Saldanha On this March 8, with the conservative advance that spreads hatred towards minorities, answering for the intensification of the persecution of African matrix religions and for the extinction of rights conquered by...
van we need to talk about harassment

We need to talk about harassment

It was a van turned movie studio. She kept deep secrets. When closing the door, silence, darkness and a camera welcomed women who had suffered harassment. For many of them, it was the first...
Antonio Banderas and Elena Anaya in a scene from the movie The Skin I Live In

Whose is the woman's body?

In the current of violence – situations of harassment, abuse, rapes and femicides –, the feminine as 'other' is erased, blurred by the 'colonialist' appropriation of women's bodies, and the masculine reaffirms itself as 'hegemonic masculinity'.