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Active since the 1980s, Carlito Carvalhosa demonstrated a permanent desire to subtly transform our apprehension of what surrounds us; he artist passed early, at the age of 59, and leaves an important legacy of interventions in national and international institutions
The premature death of Carlito Carvalhosa last May, at the age of 59, aroused a strong feeling of sadness and impotence, expressed forcefully on the social networks of admirers, artists, critics, collectors,...
After his death, the arte!brasileiros recalls an interview given by Paulo Mendes da Rocha in 2016, in which the architect made it clear that, more than a specialist, the architect must be a thinker of the world, attentive to human needs and desires
Faced with the destruction of the planet and the problems of the Anthropocene, Galciani Neves believes that "we can have hope if we understand that the main vocation of art is education, which can bring changes for the next generations"
On the occasion of his death, we recall an interview given to arte!brasileiros in 2019; ex-president of the Bienal, owner of a huge collection and an institute dedicated to the arts in Ribeirão Preto, businessman talks about his trajectory and the need to create a State policy for culture
In the context of his death, we recall an interview given by the architect to arte!brasileiros in 2016. In it, the architect criticizes the construction of Brasília, the discourse of “green architecture”, the idea of popular housing and the educational system; talks about nature, art and urbanism and shows that an architect must be, more than a specialist, a thinker of the world
Opening of the new Cultural Center of the Liceu de Artes e Ofícios de SP, Regina Silveira at MuBE and a collective at Carbono are some of the highlights
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