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Delays and adaptations to more modest formats are among the most viable alternatives; despite this, the growth of the virtual market and the participation of social media can question the presence of mega fairs?
A week away from the SP-Arte Viewing Room, we talked about virtual initiatives, the future of art fairs and the need to stimulate artistic consumption with the galleries A Gentil Carioca, Almeida and Dale, Athena, Fortes D'Aloia and Gabriel, Kogan Amaro, Marilia Razuk, Murilo Castro and OÁ
Transe will work on the website of the gallery Fortes D'Aloia e Gabriel as a network of collaboration and exhibition of artistic works that will be renewed every three months; first stage has nine cultural entities
"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
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.
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.
Project "Messages for the City" brings together more than 30 artists, renowned and beginners, who are creating art to be shown on big screens in New York
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
Sixth edition of the Collectors Club will allocate half of sales to two social organizations; the project includes works by Anna Bella Geiger, Daniel Senise, Marcelo Cidade, Maxwell Alexandre and Denilson Baniwa
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