Fabio Szwarcwald had barely taken over the direction of the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (Mam Rio) when the coronavirus pandemic forced...
Exhibition at Estação Pinacoteca presents a wide range of researches developed by the artist from Minas Gerais over 35 years of career, most of them having as main elements memory and photographic image.
In interview with arte!brasileiros, Chilean curator Alexia Tala talks about the 22nd edition of the Guatemalan biennial, which raised debates on native peoples and their worldviews, immigration and contemporary crises
For the lawyer, a specialist in cultural policies, obstacles to the operation of the incentive law must break institutions and cultural agents; In this context, Olivieri celebrates the implementation of the Aldir Blanc Law and its innovative model for the country
Despite recognizing the importance of the concept of "Latin American art", Cuban critic and curator affirms that it is necessary to free oneself from a totalizing "neurosis" that prevailed on the continent and to value plurality, diversity and contradictions.
Benjamin Seroussi, director of Casa do Povo, talks about the reasons why the São Paulo cultural center started to act directly, not only in the virtual environment, during the crisis caused by the pandemic (and by the government) and highlights the difficulties and solutions to finance the space activities
Gabriel San Martin* On February 5th, writer and art critic Rodrigo Naves published his new book: Van Gogh: A Salvação...
Filmmaker and manager takes over the Museum of Modern Art of Bahia after the institution has been without direction for almost a year and talks about bringing in a new curator, bringing the museum closer to the city and the population and strengthening the educational work
A keen observer of the cultural scene since the 1950s, critic, researcher and art historian Aracy Amaral talks about her training, trajectory and the challenge of curating in times of a pandemic
President of FAMA, the artist and collector speaks to arte!brasileiros about the reopening of the institution, its educational role and promotion of the arts, in addition to commenting on the Brazilian political context