Home Tags Independence of Brazil
Tag: Independence of Brazil
On view at Sesc Pinheiros until January 2023, the exhibition brings together an Egyptian sarcophagus, a carnival float, works of visual art, texts, music, videos and historical documents to rethink important events of 1922
After the veto, Ipiranga claims that it awaits 'educational action' to launch a comic critical of Brazil...
"Contra Tempo" is already out in Rio and the digital version is available; children's work questions the crystallized vision of the Independence of Brazil and alludes to the country today, with references to torture, weapons propaganda and massive presence of neo-Pentecostal churches in the peripheries
On display at Arte132, the exhibition proposes a confrontation with consolidated imaginaries and invites other galleries and independent artists to a provocative dialogue curated by Lilia Schwarcz
After extensive renovation, Museu Paulista, in Ipiranga, should reopen in 2022 with physical and conceptual adaptations, establishing new correlations between past and present that do not perpetuate stagnant visions and consolidated discourses of power.