The Female Artists of Color Who Pioneered Alternative Art Spaces in Mexico
Despite the 1968 rise of protests against the regime in Mexico, narratives of indigenous feminists and artists of color were still left out
In Conversation with Janice Mitchell
German Museums Need to Catch Up
Museum Ludwig in Cologne questions conventional collecting cultures, starting with a critical examination of its own reputable collection of artworks from the US.
Bienal de São Paulo
Programação da 34ª Bienal se expande pela cidade
Bienal trabalha com 25 instituições de São Paulo, buscando criar uma malha de relações artísticas e curatoriais.
Ancient Space, Modern Architecture, and Contemporary Art
Indigenous Architecture in the Americas
American indigenous knowledge influenced Europeans in many ways, sometimes unexpected – among them the art of building.
Mail From Puerto Rico
After The Storm, Art Thrives on a Damaged but Spirited Island
Artist Lisa C Soto goes to the country of her ancestors, Puerto Rico, to explore and witness the island's contemporary art scene.
In Conversation with Tiffany Alfonseca
"The Representation Of Afro-Latino Culture Is Essential"
The Dominican-American artist talks about art, her roots and her new series In Quarantine.
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.
Territórios negros em Porto Alegre
Pesquisadora Daniele Machado Vieira recebe prêmios nacionais com dissertação sobre o deslocamento dos territórios negros em Porto Alegre
Poetics of the Black Diaspora
Online platform brings together three Brazilian and one Sudanese artists to map poetics of the Diaspora in the Americas.