(Medford, USA) Featuring PIPA Prize 2016 winner Paulo Nazareth, “A Decolonial Atlas” aims to unsettle established narratives about the Americas created by European colonizers.
(Brussels, Belgium) “Olha pro céu, meu amor”, which opened at Mendes Wood DM Brussels last week, resumes the artist’s interest in the theme of landscape.
(New York, USA) “The Mirror”, on view at Galeria Nara Roesler New York, presents a selection of works developed during the artist’s residency at Further on Air (FOA) in 2016.
Contextualizing Oliveira’s work in the Brazilian sociopolitical scenario, the critic and professor clarifies the connections between identity, media and power the artist proposes in his paintings.
The researcher points out some of the recurring themes in the artist’s production, such as African heritage, religion, body, ritual and performance, stressing their connection to Brazilian history.
“Listen to the silence and look at the void”: read Luisa Duarte’s critical text about Carla Guagliardi
Carla Guagliardi’s works always revolve around the same themes: lightness and heaviness, balance and vulnerability. For art critic Luisa Duarte, topics that couldn’t be more urgent in a “time intoxicated by the accumulation of stimuli”.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Fifteen artists from eight different countries participate in the International Digital Art Biennale 2018 Rio de Janeiro, part of the global project “The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale”.
(Berlin, Germany) The exhibition showcases a special selection of works from the Boros Collection. This time, 19 contemporary artists participate in the show.
(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Through the works of 17 artists, the exhibition discusses the political and individual consequences of the Latin-American dictatorships that took over the region until the 1980s.
(Guangdong, China) Guangzhou Image Triennial 2017 explores the multiple possibilities of the image, emphasizing its power to interpret and depict realities and even create new ones.