Frestas – Triennial of Arts
Sesc Announced Curatorship of 3rd Edition
The third edition of Frestas is being held between August and December, 2020.
In Conversation with
Argentine semiotician Walter Mignolo
“Decolonial aesthetics/aesthesis has become a connector across the continents”, says the scholar at Duke University.
In Conversation with Castiel Vitorino
“Trauma is Brazilian”
In an interview with curator Diane Lima, artist Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro talks about her first solo exhibition.
Sotheby premia projetos brasileiros de arte indígena
Exposição do MASP e parceria entre Casa do Povo e Pinacoteca ganham o Prêmio Sotheby 2019.
Afro-Brazilian Legacy And The Struggle For the Right To The City
Contemporary Afro-Brazilian art space in Rio de Janeiro, the museum includes a walking tour with memory sites.
Black Art in Brazil: An Uncertain Future
After taking steps to generate public policies for the Brazilian black art scene, the challenge is being able to maintain them.
In Conversation with Koral Carballo
Afro-Descendants In Mexico: “We Were Always Here”
Mexican photographer Koral Carballo speaks about Afro-descendants in Mexico and about discovering her own identity.
Alanna Lockward (1961 -2019)
The Dominican author, curator and filmmaker Alanna Lockward died in Santo Domingo on January 7, 2019.
Maré Traveling Museum of Images
Memories in a Cardboard Box
Traveling initiative shatters the museum concept and facilitates exchange of experiences in Maré favela.