10th Berlin Biennale
When discussing art and culture, capitalism and neoliberalism are often overlooked, argues C&’s deputy editor Will Furtado.
Beatriz González in Berlin - Retrospective 1965-2017
KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin examines the work of one of Colombia's most emblematic artists.
Exhibition at major art spaces reveals complex network of social relationships around art produced by Afro-descendants.
Latin-American and African art scenes
The Argentinian curator Gabriela Salgado talks about the South-to-South connections in the context of international art.
Rubem Valentim in Review
Manifesto Against Cultural Subalternity
Two shows trace different aspects of the artist's work and highlight its importance for Brazilian art.
Right-Wing Extremism in Brazil
Art Is Being Disparaged as a Parasite on the Public Purse
Jair Bolsonaro's election would pose a grave danger to Brazil's cultural sector.
Village Uhu, Afrorexistencia and lugar a dudas
A round-table conversation with three collectives from Colombia and Zimbabwe about the role of their artist-run platforms.
In Conversation With Teju Cole
Creating Through Words and Images
A conversation with writer and photographer Teju Cole, who combines image and text to transgress simplistic divisions between media.
Review 20th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil
Spreading the South
Festival Sesc_Videobrasil broadens towards artists from the Middle East or Greece, and also widens its perception of an artistic concept.