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
Overview of the "Língua Solta" exhibition, in the foreground "Olha Minha Lingua", by Alex dos Santos. Photo: Ciete Silverio.

Words in the world of things

The first exhibition opened at the Museum of the Portuguese Language, Língua Solta is curated by Moacir dos Anjos and Fabiana Moraes and puts contemporary works of art in dialogue with objects, posters and other elements of everyday life

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

Transarte Institute: for a LGBTQ+ future

Transarte is transformed from a gallery into an institute, with a definitive space to ensure the artistic production of the community LGBTQ+
"À Procura de Emprego", 1948. Courtesy: Galeria Utópica

The restless and tireless look of German Lorca

One of the great modern photographers of our country, member of Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante in the 1950s, born in São Paulo, he left a legacy of more than 70 years transiting through urban records, experimental or advertising photographs
“Chuck Coma sofreu uma lesão cerebral por hipóxia depois que seu colega de cela o estrangulou na penitenciária federal em Lewisburg, Pensilvânia, privando seu cérebro de oxigênio. Desde então, ele tem sofrido de perda de memória, alterações extremas de humor e tremores ocasionais. No momento de sua prisão, Coma estava lutando contra um grave PTSD devido ao serviço militar no Panamá e na Guerra do Golfo. Antes das guerras, ele era um pouco encrenqueiro, mas não tinha problemas sérios com a lei. Quando ele deixou o serviço, não conseguiu segurar um emprego e começou a assaltar bancos”. Shelton, Washington. EUA. 2019. | Crédito: Peter van Agtmael/Magnum Photos. Cortesia do fotógrafo.

What happens when we unmake the world?

Works by Peter van Agtmael, Steve McQueen and Emily Jacir reflect on conflict and preclude our oblivion of war’s cruel consequences

Art as Essence

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Editorial #32

Cultural management in times of economic and political crisis

Seminar held by ARTE!Brasileiros and Itaú Cultural brought together managers, artists and experts to discuss the challenges and ways for cultural management in the contemporary context; learn what Eduardo Saron, Fabio Szwarcwald, Jochen Volz, Gabriela Noujaim, Jonathas de Andrade, Ana Carla Fonseca and Katia de Marco
Pontes sobre Abismos #17

Aline Motta and the personal diving into collective memory

The multimedia artist, one of the winners of the 7th Marcantonio Vilaça Award, departs from a thorough research on his family history to address major topics such as slavery, African heritage and a patriarchal structure that remains in Brazil today