Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Beleza e Devastação ou Eterno Retorno Beleza e Devastação ou Eterno Retorno

Beleza e Devastação ou Eterno Retorno

Curated by Bernardo José de Souza and Bernardo Mosqueira

Solar dos Abacaxis Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 03/30/2019 –

Havoc and Allure or Eternal Return Right on the edge between the forest and the city, in the hybrid zone where the animal meets the human and the past haunts the future, had been hidden a fountain of living water. Under the shadows of Solar dos Abacaxis, generations of men and women speculated about its fate, believing the spurt had dried still at

Daniel Santiso and Max Willa Morais, Treaties on Occasion IV (after Pau-Brazil), 2019. Installation view. Intervention, banners measuring 5 m x 0,5 m. © Renato Mangolin. Image courtesy of Solar dos Abacaxis Max Willa Moraes, Constellations (from the Curve series), 2013-2019. Egg shells, silver cups. Variable dimensions. Installation view. © Renato Mangolin. Image courtesy of Solar

We live in the best city of South America We live in the best city of South America

We live in the best city of South America

Curated by Bernardo José de Souza and Victor Gorgulho

Fundação Iberê Camargo Porto Alegre, Brazil 09/30/2017 – 02/04/2018

Possibly the most explosive of movements in Brazilian culture, Tropicalism is now five decades old since its first signs of life in 1967. The much talked about anniversary of the movement, however, imposes the urgency of a critical revision that surpasses any other fleeting impulse for mere celebrations. Half a century after its release, the

Carlos Vergara, Poder, da série Carnaval, 1972. Print. Courtesy of the artist Traplev, Sganzerla sampler, 2016. Hand painting on plastic canvas. Courtesy of the artist Maria Sábato, Lava-Jato – Lavagem integral, 2016. Courtesy of the artist Possibly the most explosive of movements in Brazilian culture, Tropicalism is now five decades old since its first signs

Videobrasil 2015 Videobrasil 2015

Videobrasil 2015

By Dorothée Dupuis São Paulo 10/06/2015 – 12/06/2015

19th Videobrasil: A commitment to diversity Videobrasil is a festival concerned with the moving image and launched by Brazilian curator Solange Farkas in 1983. For over three decades, it has accompanied the production and diffusion of video art in Brazil, through an open call revised by a team of curators (that this year included Bernardo

19a Videobrasil: Un compromiso con la diversidad. Videobrasil es un festival dedicado a la imagen en movimiento, creado por la curadora brasileña Solange Farkas en 1983. Desde entonces acompaña la producción y difusión del video arte en Brasil, a través de una convocatoria abierta revisada por un equipo de curadores (este año Bernardo José de