AES+F, Inverso Mundus, 2015

14th Curitiba Biennial and the current urgencies

With open borders as a theme, the exhibition is inspired by the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the fall of Berlin wall

Galleries Curate: a new way of creating a market

In the troubled context caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, a collaborative platform brings together more than 20 galleries and proposes exhibitions that take place simultaneously in various corners of the world
Voltarei e serei milhões

Marcela Cantuária: “Give to whom it hurts”

Artist presents La Larga Noche De Los 500 Años exhibition until December 20, 2019, at A Gentil Carioca Gallery in Rio de Janeiro

A triennial in progress

In the midst of a pandemic and political crisis context, what are the curatorial and exhibition possibilities? This was one of the questions that...

13th Havana Biennial captures tensions voltages of the world

From fake news to migrations, from ecology to racism, from city to gender issues, cuba’s largest art event starts on april 12

In Verbier, indigenous leader argues that art is not for cowards

Brazilian Naine Terena participates in a meeting of Switzerland, organized by Jochen Volz, with a strong political character

The place of art

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When art is resistance

More than 100 artists participate in the show "What is not a forest is a political prison" at ReOcupa Gallery, engaging cultural production in a housing movement struggle project

The first Leonilson

Collection by Antonio Dias, with 38 works, sheds light on the early years of the artist from Ceará, especially in works sold in Europe, is in a show at Pinakotheke, now in São Paulo
Estação da Luz. Photo: Joca Duarte

Museum of the Portuguese Language is reborn in downtown São Paulo

About five years after the fire that hit its headquarters at Estação da Luz, the institution reopens in 2021 with updates to its contents, but keeping as a basis the same curatorial project that made it recognized