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Performance of 'O Barco', by Grada Kilomba. Photo: Icaro Moreno

The performing, sculptural and monumental ship of Grada Kilomba

In its resumption of monographic projects, the Inhotim Institute invited the Portuguese artist Grada Kilomba to occupy Galeria Galpão, where works by William Kentridge, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller have already been presented....
Performance by Paulo Nazareth, during the opening of his solo show "Esconjuro", at Instituto Inhotim. Photo: Daniela Paoliello

In Inhotim, Paulo Nazareth brings together history and territory at a 'crossroads of many times'

On display at Inhotim, the solo show Esconjuro, by Paulo Nazareth, could not be more in line with the institute's programming proposal for 2024. With new works and reinterpretations of previous works, the exhibition...

Integration is the motto of Inhotim’s programming in 2024

A resumption of monographic projects, solo exhibitions dedicated to specific works by some artists, as well as unique, immersive works that promote compelling experiences. This is how the artistic director of Inhotim, Júlia Rebouças,...
Work present in the exhibition "Quarto Ato - O quilombismo", at the Inhotim Institute. Photo: Ícaro Moreno

Inhotim inaugurates the last act in honor of Abdias Nascimento and installation by Luana Vitra

Based on dialogues initiated between the Inhotim Institute and Ipeafro in November 2020, the exhibition program entitled Abdias Nascimento and the Museu de...

Inhotim and art as a “vaccine for the soul”

Open-air contemporary art museum and Botanical Garden, Inhotim seeks to overcome difficult times through new partnerships and with the inauguration of works by Lucia Koch, Rommulo Vieira Conceição and Aleksandra Mir

Inhotim shows new breath as it opens works, exhibition and garden

Institute overcomes difficult year after tragedy in Brumadinho and presents new works by Robert Irwin and Claudia Andujar, in addition to a large exhibition of sculptures and the reopening of works by Matthew Barney, Tunga and Yayoi Kusama that were undergoing maintenance

Inhotim's new director wants to strengthen the institute's ties with the local community

In interview with ARTE!Brasileiros, Renata Bittencourt talks about the challenges of her management after the Vale dam collapse in Brumadinho