In Conversation with
Regina José Galindo: “I Am Not A Vulnerable Woman”
“Art is art and politics is politics”, says the Guatemalan artist. And yet her work is a blow of political defiance.
In Conversation with Elle Pérez
Fearless Bodies and Identities in Elle Pérez' Photography
A talk with the New Yorker photographer about the gaze of love, the fragmentation of the body, and identity.
National Artists' Salon, Colombia
A View From the Other Side of Things
The “Salón Nacional de Artistas” in Bogotá explores different views on contemporary art inside and outside Colombia.
Art and Stereotypes
Playing with Race
Some curated incredibilities taking place in museums and art spaces make us realise: we are absolutely not there yet.
Biennale of Sydney
Biennale of Sydney announces 98 artists, creatives and collectives
Several Brazilian artists will take part in the 2020 edition of the Biennale.
#metoo – where do we take it from here?
We asked a selection of women from the art world the question: So where do we take it from here?
Inside the Library
Africa Collection São Paulo, Brazil
Take a look into libraries and book collections holding some of the rarer and often forgotten publications.
An Urgent Recognition
Beto Shwafaty visits an exhibition about artists of African descent and wonders why Afro-Brazilian culture is still marginalized.
Colonial Ghosts Haunt Accra’s Jamestown
Artists, curators, and researchers affiliated with the São Paulo Biennale visit Ghana in search of history.