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Record of performance at the exhibition "Letters to the World" at Sesc Av. Paulista. Photo: Alisson Sbrana

“Letters to the world”, exhibition-manifesto by Bia Lessa, rethinks the world based on Glauber...

Those who visit Sesc Avenida Paulista on a Saturday at 10 am will see a completely different exhibition from someone who visits the same space at 18 pm. Both, however, are in front of Letters to the World, an exhibition-manifesto with...

An ongoing triennial

In the midst of a pandemic and political crisis context, what are the curatorial and expository possibilities? This was one of the questions that guided months of work on The river is a snake, third...
Horizontal, color photo. View of the MIRROR COUNTRIES exhibition. In the foreground, sculptures of animals, some colored, in wood, others in straw. In the background, a mural with capulanas and fabrics from different regions of Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, São Tomé and Principe, Cape Verde and Brazil. Kazuo Kajihara's photo.

“Mirrored Countries”, at Sesc Consolação, shows cultural encounters between Brazil and African nations of...

The piassava palm straw weaves on the north coast of Bahia create a clear dialogue with the basketry made on the north coast of Cabo Delgado, in Mozambique, as well as the graphics of traditional basketry...

Watch the video about “Overflowing: transgressions of embroidery in art”, at Sesc Pinheiros

If during the Middle Ages "textile arts enjoyed an important place in the artistic pantheon", it was in the Renaissance that they came to be seen as inferior practices to other forms of expression -...
Kader Attia - irreparable repairs

Watch the video about the exhibition “Irreparáveis ​​Reparos – Kader Attia”, at Sesc Pompeia

The son of an Algerian father and a Berber mother, Kader Attia is one of the most recognized French artists of his generation. He grew up in Algeria and the suburbs of Paris and uses this experience of living...
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“HURT. Language, fracture, fiction: Brazil-Portugal” at Sesc Pompeia

"How do we feel language these days?". This is one of the questions that guided Marta Mestre and Pollyana Quintella in the curatorship of FARSA. Language, fracture, fiction: Brazil-Portugal, exhibition at Sesc Pompeia,...
Withdrawals

The art in transformation

15th Bienal Naïfs do Brasil reflects on the narratives that build Brazilian history, proposes attention to peripheral vision and a non-generalist look at popular artists
rhyme

What are our ideas for postponing the end of art?

At Sesc Piracicaba, 15th Bienal Naïfs do Brasil, entitled "Ideias to postpone the end of art", reflects on the narratives that build Brazilian history, proposes attention to peripheral vision and a non-generalist look at popular artists; Watch the video
Beatriz Lemos, Thiago de Paula Souza and Diane Lima, curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes

New territories expand reflection on art

Curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Triennial of Arts, entitled "The river is a serpent", bring together knowledge and Afro-indigenous, native and ancestral thoughts to think an art of the impossible
Beatriz Lemos, Thiago de Paula Souza and Diane Lima, curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes

New territories expand reflection on art

Curators of the 3rd edition of Frestas - Trienal de Artes, entitled The river is a snake, bring together Afro-indigenous, native and ancestral knowledge and thoughts to think about an art of the impossible