Leonilson

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
Vista e detalhes da instalação "Circa", de Anna Bella Geiger

Anna Bella Geiger’s Crossings

Artist honored by Marcantonio Vilaça Prize, in September 2019, showed Circa at the 16th Istanbul Biennale

Into the Hurricane

ARTE Director Brasileiros writes in the editorial of the 49th edition that “in art, the answer is an active denunciation” about the scars of centuries that the actions of the state deepen

Viewing and inter-viewing Cildo Meireles

Carioca artist’s extensive “poetic and historical anthology” occupies Sesc Pompeia, in São Paulo, with about 150 works that defy the senses, invite interaction and point to the permanence of violence experienced in Brazil since the colonial and the military dictatorship period to this day

Berlin reduces radicalism of Hubert Fichte

In an ambitious encyclopedic project, Haus der Kulturen der Welt does not treat sexuality and spirituality with the same vigor as the German author’s narratives.

Istanbul aims to collapse of nature

Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, “The seventh continent” maps productions around the Anthropoceno

Carlos Motta points to roots of prejudice and racism in the...

New York-based Colombian artist presents traces of inquisition and slavery as key to understanding the present moment

What an oblivion!

The art of memory

New collaboration platforms for contemporary art seek to revise Biennials

Diana Wechsler, Argentine researcher at Conicet (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research) and director of the art and culture area at the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF), has been following BIENALSUR since its inception and now in its second edition, comments on the results. this challenge

Just picturing is no longer enough

Because Swinguerra, by Barbara Wagner and Benjamim de Burca, is a work that dialogues with the concept of “standpoint”