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The collapse of culture

The destruction strategy persists even in the final days, with rigging and boycotts; it will be up to the new government to work together to recover the sector
Alexandre da Cunha

“REVIRAVOLTA” takes the Videobrasil collection to Espírito Santo

On display until September at MAES and at Galeria Homero Massena, in Vitória, the exhibition highlights the political vocation that runs through the video production of the Global South
Vertical, color photo. Book cover of MODERN TIMES: ART, TIME, POLITICS, by Jacques Rancière

Rancière reviews modernism

In "Modern Times – Art, Time, Politics", the author uses as references only texts by white men from Europe and the United States

Alfredo Jaar: on the politics of images

In nine works, the exhibition at Sesc Pompeia presents a set of works by the Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar, his questions about photography and his interest in the politics of images

Mapping the roles of subversion

In a curious paradox, the police files gathered by the State Department of the Political and Social Order of São Paulo (Deops) with the aim of repressing and persecuting any person, movement or party that...

Block of Culture defends the area as the central axis of development of the country

A arte!brasileiros spoke with Alê Youssef, one of the founders of the movement, about the attacks on culture by the federal government and the importance of the arts in the current Brazilian scenario
ghosts of hope

Marcela Cantuária: “Donate to those who hurt”

Canterbury provokes glitches and makes the images left by the colonial world flaws, pulling up the necessary symbolic space where his allegorical paintings sprout.

art speaks louder

Our collaborators chose some works, references of the aesthetic and ethical force in Brazilian contemporary art

To breathe freedom, 70 years of the declaration of human rights

Conceived by SESC_SP and the Vladimir Herzog Institute, the exhibition by the artist Otávio Roth (1952-1993) is a rain of resistance in the storm that devastates us

Rio explains the country's conflicts

It has always seemed contradictory to me that the conditions of political and social violence in Brazil, especially the homicides against young and poor trans, black and indigenous people, did not generate compelling works and exhibitions on this theme. Clear,...