Remembering the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo
To Live Is To Be In The Moment
The 32nd Bienal de São Paulo (2016) examined notions of uncertainty and the strategies offered by contemporary art to embrace it.
For eyes that can see
Institutionalization in the cause and institutionalization of the cause
How can we position ourselves into a line of thinking that is institutionalized, racist and misogynist, asks columnist Keyna Eleison.
In Conversation with Wura-Natasha Ogunji
The Body as an Audience Member
Wura-Natasha Ogunji discusses her curatorial choices for the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo.
Individual exhibition of Brazilian photographer Eustáquino Neves brings together works from various phases of the artist’s trajectory.
C&AL | Print Issue #1
Após o lançamento da plataforma online no início do ano, a C& América Latina lança agora sua primeira edição impressa!
In Conversation with
The Zimbabwean visual artist Lucia Nhamo
There are contextual parallels between Brazilian and Zimbabwean politics, says the artist after a residency in Salvador da Bahia.
Dulce Tumaco in Bogotá
The exhibition gathers in Bogotá artistic views on the conflicts of cocoa production in the Colombian Pacific.
Challenging Conventional Notions of Cuban Art
Located on a tourist trail in Cuba, an art gallery is fighting against stereotypical representations. But things aren’t always easy.
The End of the Contemporary?
The sociologist talks about terminologies, alternative approaches to history, and the creation of a decolonial space for thinking.