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Forrobodó, or 20 years of A Gentil Carioca

Like few art galleries, A Gentil Carioca transforms its special openings into a huge street party. Last Saturday, it was no different: the Forrobodó exhibition filled the neighborhood with performances, music and lots of...
Archaeological Site of Cais do Valongo and Cais da Imperatriz

The abandonment of Valongo

On the pier built in 1811, in Rio, to receive thousands of enslaved people, and where important archaeological records were found, the strategy of dismantling policies to combat racism and inequality reigns.
EAV Park Lage

EAV Parque Lage has an open call for a Forest Residency Program

Public notice will allocate BRL 20 grants to pairs of artists and art critics to carry out research in the Tijuca National Forest
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Exhibition “Francisco Brennand: A primitive among the moderns” arrives in Rio

After visiting the Gomide&Co gallery, in São Paulo, between the end of 2021 and the beginning of this year, the show Francisco Brennand: A primitive among the moderns gets a new version in Rio de Janeiro...

With “Estado Bruto”, MAM Rio has the largest exhibition of sculptures ever assembled in its...

On display from May 6th, the show raises reflections on the construction, conservation and sharing of heritage, with works by Amilcar de Castro, Rodin, Cildo Meireles, Brancusi, Franz Weissman, Lina Kim, Lygia Clark, Márcia X, Mestre Didi, Nelson Leirner, Nuno Ramos and Tunga, among others

“Art has always pointed out the fragility of totalitarian discourses, and an art school...

For Yole Mendonça, who took office in March after Fabio Szwarcwald left, Escola de Artes Visuais Carioca follows its historic mission of being a space of resistance, even taking advantage of the possibilities of nationalizing itself in a moment of migration to the virtual. 

MAM Rio announces Keyna Eleison and Pablo Lafuente as new artistic directors

The duo, who take office at the institution after a selection process with more than 100 candidacies, proposes a more organic, diverse museum focused on culture and education.

THE SEA WON'T END

Rio de Janeiro Museum of Art is going through a critical moment, as are most Brazilian cultural institutions. Read comments by Paulo Herkenhoff about MAR and Katia de Marco about institutions such as Parque Lage and Museu do Amanhã

In her centenary, Lygia Clark will have exhibitions around the world

First exhibition in honor of the artist is held at OM.art, in Rio de Janeiro, from September 17

Solar dos Pineapples, a way of thinking

Bernardo Mosqueira, curator and one of Solar's founders, speaks to ARTE!Brasileiros over space