Venice Biennale: Chile and Peru
Peruvian artist Christian Bendayan and Chilean Voluspa Jarpa at the 58th Venice Biennale.
Contemporary Afro-Latin American Voices
Old Conflicts, New Expressions
The question of identity is still an important vehicle for creativity in Latin America and sparks original forms of expression.
In Conversation with Denilson Baniwa
“A Cell Phone or a Laptop Doesn’t Make You Less Indigenous”
The Brazilian artist Denilson Baniwa talks about how his oeuvre connects indigenous culture with urban contemporary art.
The legacy of Mestre Didi
Mestre Didi’s unique artistic oeuvre emerges from a breadth of knowledge obtained inside the Nagô Candomblé.
Corredor Afro, Puerto Rico
Taking Control of Your Own Story
A new art space in Loíza, Puerto Rico, establishes creative links between the African Diaspora and Africa. A conversation with Marta Moreno Vega, one of its founders.
Raquel van Haver – Spirits of the Soil
The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam shows murals that emerge from the artist's experiences with marginalized communities around the world.
In Conversation with Moisés Patrício
“Fascism is a ghost who keeps on haunting us”
Brazilian artist Moisés Patrício talks about his career, filled with international travel “after 400 years of imprisonment in Brazil”.
Installation View #museumshutdown
Mexican Muralists in the United States, Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum in New York rediscovers Mexican muralists and their influence on 20th century American art.
Minerva Cuevas – No Room To Play
The Mexican artist questions the construction of political roles and the significance of the public space.