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Portraits of Benta Maria, Antonio Dutra and Manuel do Sacramento by Igi Ayedun. Photo: Courtesy Companhia das Letras and Pinacoteca de São Paulo

“Black Encyclopedia”: a book of many hands, minds and lives

Organized by Flávio dos Santos Gomes, Jaime Lauriano and Lilia Schwarcz, Enciclopédia Negra confronts the historiography that denies visibility to the contributions of black people; publication also unfolds in an exhibition at the Pinacoteca
Tiago Sant'Ana Open Society

Tiago Sant'Ana is the first Brazilian selected for the Open Society arts program

The program is in its third year and announced last Tuesday, July 14, the ten recipients for this year's arts scholarships; through the sugar mills, Sant'Ana's work brings up memories linked to the issue of slavery

Agenda: Highlights for the week June 23-29

Opening of the Marcos Amaro Art Factory, Afro-Atlantic Stories at MASP and Bruno Dunley + Fabio Miguez at Nara Roesler in SP