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Miguel Groisman is a journalist graduated from Faculdade Cásper Líbero. Since his graduation, he has researched memory in photography, photojournalism and cinema.

In 2019, he published “Documenting HIV/AIDS: The construction of imagistic identities through World Press Photo award-winning photographs since the 1990s”, together with critic Simonetta Persichetti. Currently, Groisman is a reporter for arte!brasileiros, where he contributes to its digital platform as well as to the print edition of the magazine. Among the articles found in the volumes of arte!brasileiros, there are articles about filmmaker Steve McQueen, conflict photographer Peter van Agtmael, artist Emily Jacir, interviews with Gideon Mendel and Munemasa Takahashi – responsible for the “Tsunami, Photographs and Then” project. Other pieces published in this magazine include an investigation into the relationship between art and artificial intelligence and a reflection on how memes help to democratize the art world.

In 2021, Miguel Groisman also became a contributor to the magazine Aperture, specialized in photography.

The Law of the Arts: OAB SP launches a book that brings a legal view of culture

Free, e-book aims to combat misinformation by addressing legal points of view on topics such as heritage preservation, artists' copyrights and legal incentives for the cultural industry

inglourious bastards

Anonymous meme profiles on Instagram - such as @freeze_magazine, @jerrygogosian and @newmemeseum - risk cunning criticism at the art world, its peculiarities and its flirtation with unsustainable business models
Meme by @newmemeseum. Courtesy of the creators.

inglorious bastards

Anonymous Instagram meme profiles - like @freeze_magazine, @jerrygogosian and @newmemeseum - risk shrewd criticism of the art world, its quirks and flirting with unsustainable business models
"Lágrima", exhibition by Sonia Gomes at the Mendes Wood DM gallery. Photo: Reproduction of the gallery.

Mendes Wood DM opens exhibitions and prepares for new headquarters

Works by Sonia Gomes, Otobong Nkanga and Hariel Revignet mark the closing of the gallery at the address occupied for 11 years; heading to Barra Funda, a new space at Mendes Wood DM will be opened with exhibitions by Adriano Costa and Lucas Arruda
“Chuck Coma suffered a brain injury from hypoxia after his cellmate strangled him at the federal penitentiary in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, depriving his brain of oxygen. Since then, he has suffered from memory loss, extreme mood swings and occasional tremors. At the time of his arrest, Coma was battling severe PTSD due to his military service in Panama and the Gulf War. Before the wars, he was a bit of a troublemaker, but he didn't have serious problems with the law. When he left the service, he couldn't hold a job and started robbing banks.” Shelton, Washington. USA. 2019. | Credit: Peter van Agtmael/Magnum Photos. Courtesy of the photographer.

What happens when we unmake the world?

Works by Peter van Agtmael, Steve McQueen and Emily Jacir reflect on conflict and preclude our oblivion of war's cruel consequences
“Chuck Coma suffered a brain injury from hypoxia after his cellmate strangled him at the federal penitentiary in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, depriving his brain of oxygen. Since then, he has suffered from memory loss, extreme mood swings and occasional tremors. At the time of his arrest, Coma was battling severe PTSD due to his military service in Panama and the Gulf War. Before the wars, he was a bit of a troublemaker, but he didn't have serious problems with the law. When he left the service, he couldn't hold a job and started robbing banks.” Shelton, Washington. USA. 2019. | Credit: Peter van Agtmael/Magnum Photos. Courtesy of the photographer.

What happens when we unmake the world?

Works by Peter van Agtmael, Steve McQueen and Emily Jacir reflect on conflict and keep us from forgetting its cruel consequences
Memory Records in Tsunami, Photographs and Then

Memory of the last things and then

Book shows the efforts to preserve memory through photography after the Sendai Earthquake moved walls of water that bombed Japan's coast
João Pereira de Araújo photographed by Gideon Mendel for his "Submerged Portraits" series.

'Come and See'

“There was a point for me where I was researching the imagery of climate change and I felt that it was very white on many levels, and very distant – images of polar bears...
Ditamapa home screen

“Ditamapa” points to the ghosts of authoritarianism

Project counts streets, viaducts and avenues named after authoritarian figures of the 1964 dictatorship; Through Google Street View images, Ditamapa allows to see the rubble of the Brazilian Miracle and the ruins of our present
Scene from "The Last Forest". Photo: Pedro Márquez / Publicity.

"The Last Forest" closes the It's All True Festival and portrays the strength of...

Written by Luiz Bolognesi and indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa, the documentary goes beyond the pure ethnographic portrait trying to incorporate the poetics of the Yonomami; the work closes the prestigious É Tudo Verdade Festival