It’s refreshing to see a number of recent shows across the city highlighting work by Brazilian women, rectifying historical gaps.
The ship was stolen by American trader Nathanial Gordon, who illegally transported approximately 500 enslaved African people from Zimbabwe to Brazil.
Former students of the Atelier do Centro have come forward with horrific allegations of abuse by Rubens Espirito Santo, the man they once called “master.”
Hyperallergic spoke with Cecília Sá of Brazil’s Ministry of Culture to discuss the new multi-faceted public art initiative.
Works by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti and Jorge Eduardo, among others, sustained damage when rioters stormed government buildings in the nation’s capital.
An exhibition at the University of Texas at Austin offers an alternative view of the nation through the lens of contemporary artists.
The right-wing populist’s tenure has been marked by campaign aesthetics and fan art considered tacky at best.
Rising traditionalism, conservatism, and populism have resulted in major discrimination against women and the LGBTQIA+ artistic community.
The Brazilian artist asked the museum to remove his work from a show about the Black experience, calling the institution a “White man’s theater.”
From protest anthems to novelty funk beats, here are 10 emblematic songs to celebrate Lula’s historic win.
“The last four years have been of orchestrated cultural destruction at the hands of the extreme right,” artist Laercio Cubas Jr. told Hyperallergic.
Palhaçaria feminina, or female clowning, is uniquely situated at the crosshairs of the president’s rhetoric against women, artists, and leftists.