In mid-October Raquel Arnaud, Brazil’s longest-standing contemporary art dealer and an eponymous gallery-owner since 1973, was finally able to open the doors of the Instituto de Arte Contemporânea (Institute of […]
A winner of a UNESCO “Human Rights and Culture” award in 2001 and a two-time nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize (1978/2010), Abdias Nascimento, who passed away at age ninety-seven […]
The intersection of architecture and the human body challenges traditional narratives of sculpture in the oeuvre of Marcia Pastore. The artist’s solo exhibition, “Ut machina corpus,” kicked off on day […]
The year of 2020 has brought big art-fair business, with online viewing rooms as a permanent feature to boost in-person fairs—hopefully back next year—with the futuristic hybrid likely to reshape […]
Vik Muniz undoubtedly belongs to the select group of artists at the top of the multimillion dollar business of international contemporary art. An essential personality at the tip of the […]
The biggest outdoor, two-month-long show ever organized by a commercial gallery in Brazil is being held in a private park located an hour-and-a-half drive west of São Paulo. Spread over […]
“My work talks about the beauty of Afro-Brazilian culture, tradition, history and religion but most of all it highlights freedom in a broad perspective.”
“I was born an artist, it took a long time for me to be recognized as such but the artist in me was there from the start.”
We are not creating lasting structures where the work of Black women artists can be seen, debated, criticized and offered dignified financial compensation.
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