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MASP receives works by 19 Afro artists

In 2018, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) dedicated its entire program to Afro-Atlantic histories. The strategy, which is to develop an annual thematic axis with stories that challenge traditional historical narratives,...

The highlights of art in Brazil in 2018

We have selected some of the most interesting events in the national art scene this year that ends

Sidney Amaral: Between affirmation and immolation

Tadeu Chiarelli writes about the artist Sidney Amaral, who died in 2017, with an emphasis on his self-portraits

The decolonization of thought in the work of Grada Kilomba

In 2016, psychoanalyst and cultural critic Suely Rolnik interviewed exclusively for ARTE!Brasileiros Portuguese artist Grada Kilomba

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

A new grammar for art

In 2017, Instituto Tomie Ohtake hosted an exhibition for the right of defense of Rafael Braga, arrested in 2013 protests

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

Agenda: Highlights for the week June 23-29

Opening of the Marcos Amaro Art Factory, Afro-Atlantic Stories at MASP and Bruno Dunley + Fabio Miguez at Nara Roesler in SP
Cover issue 43 - Untitled - Moisés Patrício

What unites us?

ARTE!43 has on the cover the work of the artist Moisés Patrício, one of the artists participating in the exhibition Histórias Afro-Atlânticas at MASP and Tomie Ohtake