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Rain is singing in the village of the dead

Luso-Brazilian film unites poetic approach and documentary care in the history of the Krahô tribe

"Rain is Singing in the Village of the Dead" is part of the Mostra Brasil Cinema Agora! promoted by Itaú Cultural on its website until August 1st; The films Arabia, Azougue Nazaré, and Inferninho are also available for free

MASP opens virtual exhibition by Hélio Oiticica

With its physical occurrence postponed, MASP brings part of the exhibition to the web along with a guided tour
Solidarity Gallery

Virtual gallery unites photographers during the pandemic

A temporary initiative with a solidary purpose, Galeria 20 X 20 brings together beginners and renowned photographers to support professionals who have had their work interrupted by the quarantine.

depicting the invisible

As photographers around the globe strive to provide depth to documenting the Covid-19 crisis, the ARTE!BRASILEIROS presents a series of images taken in recent months in different countries

The cry that comes from art

In isolation, artists systematically produce as a form of resistance to the virus and the president
Quarantine art market

The wheel that keeps turning, now on the internet

Traditional art fairs such as Basel and Frieze, in addition to unprecedented ones such as Not Cancelled, drive sales by Brazilian galleries through virtual means and raise discussions about the exhaustion of a model based on incessant displacements across the globe.
Manifest Biennial

we are all responsible

Berlin Biennale and Manifesta, in Marseille, have their openings postponed to September, but content already revolved around issues raised by the world in a pandemic
solidarity art

Solidarity projects unite art and citizenship in quarantine

300 Desenhos, OÁ Solidária and Quarantine are some of the initiatives created during isolation to help organizations with social action; check out the initiatives and projects benefited by them

Picture Diaries: Covid-19

During isolation, photographers show their daily lives through imagery records, and in Italy, Andrea Frazzeta profiles health workers on the front of the fight against Covid-19
Jochen Volz interview about quarantine and art in the period of coronavirus

“This is not the time to romanticize anything”, says Jochen Volz about artistic production at...

For the director of the Pinacoteca, despite the fact that art resists the worst moments, the current context with the coronavirus pandemic is worrying; Volz also talks about the museum's digital performance, criticizes the federal government and says that culture can be a source of inspiration at this time of crisis