Alberto Pereira is a visual artist trained in Social Communication. Born in Rio de Janeiro, he lives and works in Niterói. His oeuvre stands out for its creation of artistic collages printed on street posters pasted onto open spaces around the city, like walls and siding. He is the founder of the Lambes Brasil network, active since 2016, which focuses on dissemination, event production and opportunities related to street artists producing street posters. From 2016 to 2018, he developed creative and free expression workshops at the Casa Amarela, an initiative of the French artist, JR, built in partnership with photographer Mauricio Hora in Morro da Providência, the first favela located in Rio’s central region. He has taken part in the following exhibitions and festivals, among others: La Première Expo de GIF (France, 2016), Art Rua (Brazil, 2016), CHEAP Street Art Festival (Italy, 2017), Something Else Off Biennale Cairo (Egypt, 2018), Brazil-Lebanon Cultural Center (Lebanon, 2018) and SESC Niterói (Brazil, 2019).
Alberto Pereira. Photo Douglas Dobby Oliveira
Mendes Wood DM
New York, United States
16 November - 21 January 2023
Segundo Ato: Dramas para negros e prólogo para brancos
15 May - 28 February 2023
Inin Niwe y el mundo puro de los eres eternos
Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso
24 November - 13 February 2023
Ecologias do Bem Viver – ELÃ 2022
Galpão Bela Maré
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
22 October - 10 December 2022
Jonathas de Andrade: O rebote do bote
São Paulo, Brazil
24 September - 28 February 2023
Kòrsou – Curaçao
The Hague, Netherlands
16 December - 20 November 2022
Talks / Workshops
Métodos, Práticas e Maneiras de se pensar Arte e Acervo Indígena
São Paulo, Brazil
18 November -
13ª Bienal do Mercosul
Diversos espaços expositivos
Porto Alegre, Brazil
15 September - 20 November 2022
Jota Mombaça: The Sinking Ship/Properity
San Francisco, United States
27 October - 28 January 2023
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
12 November - 22 February 2023
La Habana, Cuba
21 July - 21 August 2022
15 September - 22 October 2022
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.
The legacy of Mestre Didi
Mestre Didi’s unique artistic oeuvre emerges from a breadth of knowledge obtained inside the Nagô Candomblé.
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.
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.
Installation View: Instituto de Artivismo Hannah Arendt (INSTAR)
INSTAR collective presents Operational Factography (2022), a counter-narrative of Cuban cultural history installed in Kassel.