Dana Awartani

“Imagined Communities”, no need to scream to be heard

21st edition of the Sesc_Videobrasil Biennial, inaugurated in sesc 24 de maio, has its highlights in the diversity of themes
Índios e Mandacaru

A dive into Ceará’s poetics

The 20th Unifor Art Show: Simultaneities - the art with the word opens at Unifor Cultural Center, in Fortaleza, with curatorial work by Denise Mattar. Read the following interview with the curator
Studo para uma Cosmogonia Supercomplexa Metropolitana Expandida

The gaping reality in the work by Guerreiro do Divino Amor

Winner of the 2019 Pipa Prize, the artist has been developing the Superfictions series for about 15 years, through which he deals with profound social and symbolic issues, from media manipulation to colonialism, from social segregation to the power of the neo-Pentecostal churches, from state violence to power of marketing and market
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
Color in Space and Time

A color activist

Falecido ao final de julho deste ano, o venezuelano Cruz-Diez ganha individual no Espaço Cultural Porto Seguro; mostra é a última que o artista ajudou a organizar e tem curadoria de Rodrigo Villela
Sobre o Desenho no Brasil

At the tip of the pencil

Book organized by Claudio Mubarac gives an overview of design history in Brazil

Other voices

Learn what Lucimara Letelier, founder and director of the Vivo Museum; Renata Bittencourt, executive director of the Inhotim Institute, and Claudinei Roberto da Silva, professor and curator, say on issues surrounding cultural management

The restoration and preservation of the works By Bispo do Rosário...

Artist is currently considered one of the exponents of contemporary Brazilian art, along with important names like Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica
Liz Under, Mudo, 2016

Always Gay, the transgressor voice of young artists

Free from technical ties they are commites to the libertarian experimentation of a forbidden universe

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