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Exhibition Somos muit+s: experiments on collectivity brings 20th century artists who repositioned art in dialogue with current projects

From New York to Paris

Artist participated in a residence in New York at AnnexB, and will have works exhibited at the Fondation Cartier in Paris later this year

Vaivém deals with Brazilian culture beyond art

Exhibition curated by Raphael Fonseca addresses the hammock under multiple perspectives in CCBB

Working with memory is working with present

Portuguese curator João Fernandes, new artistic director of the Moreira Salles Institute – ims, wants to work with the institution’s collections to reflect the current times

Stephen Dean, the color as a connection of the look

The Franco-American artist works dicroic glass with saturation, reflexivity and transparency.

I am reflected in my work

Grada Kilomba assumes personal positioning as a way of counteracting colonialist culture; Portuguese artist launches book and participates in exhibitions at Pinacoteca

Adriana Varejão: For a cannibal rhetoric

The exhibition markes the first solo show by artist in the northeast, territory of strong baroque heritage and colonial slavery

Clarissa Tossin is featured at Art Basel Hong Kong

Artist is in the Discoveries section with a gallery Commonwealth and Council

FAMA takes art brut to Itu

With the opening of Bispo do Rosário exhibition, art as worldbuilding seminar takes to itu discussions around art brut, or outsider art, and presents international artists and experts integrating the movement

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