(Leiria, Portugal) Sandra Cinto participates in the collective exhibition “Pensar é Guardar” with other nine artists. They make part of the commemorative program of the 50th anniversary of the twinning of Leiria and Tokushima
(Venice, Italy) Lucas Arruda is amongst 36 other artists presenting a selection of pieces that have been historical markings in exhibitions since the opening of Punta della Dogana in 2009
(Miami, USA) The Miami Art Basel will display works of artists from many continents, including Latin America. Multiple Brazilian artists are participating in the art fair that features over 200 of the world’s leading galleries
(Miami, USA) Parallel to Miami Art Basel, PINTA Miami Crossing Cultures reunites around 60 Latin American galleries, as well as North American and European ones that present more than 300 Latin American artists’ art pieces
(Paris, France) The exhibition brings together these three artists from the same generation, Antoine Catala, Jan Kopp and Gustavo Speridião
(Bandjoun, Cameroon) Jonathas de Andrade participates in “Retours à l’Afrique”, a group show that discusses the idea of return in the context of Africa, with references such as the “Back-to-Africa” movement and the decolonization of the continent.
(Paris, France) Ícaro Lira mixes his long-term research with recent reflections in his new solo show, “leçons de la pierre”. The curatorial text is by Elena Lespes Muñoz and the exhibition is part of the Festival Visions d’exil.
(San Francisco, USA) Cinthia Marcelle’s new solo commission dialogues with Oswald de Andrade’s 1937 play, and they share the same name: “A morta”, meaning “The Dead Woman”. The artwork transforms The Watts Institute into a radio station and stage, and includes the participation of the public.
(Lisboa, Portugal) Laet presents a series of works of different media – books, monotype, sculpture, video, among others. This is her second exposition at the gallery
(Canberra, Australia) With installation, performance, drawings, video and photography, Gê references the children of the forest and Brazil’s LGBTQIA+ community. “Mata” is a Portuguese homonym meaning both forest and kill.