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What to read in 2022?

The centenary of the 1922 Modern Art Week and the hundredth anniversary of the release of one of the most important novels of the 20th century - James Joyce's Ulysses - coexist with a moment...
Horizontal photo, black and white. Mercedes Baptista's face. The ballerina wears a lace turban on her head and has a contemplative and spontaneous expression.

Sesc Copacabana pays tribute to Mercedes Baptista, the first black ballerina of the Municipal Theater

The artist’s centenary will be celebrated with theater and dance shows, artistic installations, a photographic exhibition, a music show and a lecture, marking the reopening of the Sesc unit, which has been closed for over a year and a half.
discussion I (variation), Ilê Sartuzi

a false turn

With works “in which it seems that the beginning never begins; or even that the beginning is the middle and the end”, Individual by Ilê Sartuzi traces the dramaturgical occupation of Auroras, where it runs until October 2

With “Extinction is forever”, Nuno Ramos seeks a multilingual answer to the Brazilian situation

In memory of everyone who lost their lives in the pandemic, a flame was lit this week at Sesc Avenida Paulista. A small zippo lighter, which would usually hold the flame for about fifteen seconds,...
Horizontal photo, black and white. In the midst of the choreography, João Paulo Lima has both hands and the only knee on the floor, keeping his back aligned, on a plank over his knee. He's in profile. He uses a costume that refers to the practices of bondage and sadomasochism, with most of the skin exposed, semi-nude. This photo is a still of the show DEVOTEES, presented in the program Zona de Criação, from the Cultural Hub of Ceará PORTO DRAGÃO.

The [non] market of inclusion: ableism in the world of the arts

Artists reflect on the dilemmas of including people with disabilities (PWD) in the art world and talk about ableism and accessibility
Performer Emilie Sugai is in the center of the photo, blindfolding herself with a red sash. The lighting of the image is all red, contextualizing one of the moments of the AKA show

Butoh dance show takes Tomie Ohtake's work to the stage (digital)

Abstract art by Tomie Ohtake takes new form in AKA. Conceived by the performer Emilie Sugai and the director Lee Taylor, the show proposes an interdisciplinary dialogue between the visual and performing arts...

Brazil in reverse

Commissioned by the Berlin Biennale, film-performance honors coronavirus victims and opposes the “civilizational setback” by occupying Av. Paulista with cars driven in reverse; learn more and watch the video
Laura Vinci

Visual arts enter Flip

New project that seeks to insert the arts with more emphasis on the International Literary Festival of Paraty
fire light

Luz del Fuego and the “My body, my rules”

She was pure irreverence. Born 101 years ago and raised to reproduce the values ​​of the traditional family, Dora Vivacqua took other directions. It is not by chance that the “My body, my rules” campaign would fit...

diary of a healthy man

How director and actor Nelson Baskerville drew on his memories to circumvent drama and other traditional forms of theater