Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora

M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora

Curated by Patricia Wagner

VIVA Projects Brazil August 31, 2020 – October 25, 2020

Faced with a pandemic that makes the fragility of the Brazilian democratic process even more evident, the M.A.P.A.—Modes of Action to Propagate Art—launches its first ever edition with the show In the Heat of the Moment on August 31st bringing art to the public space and provoking reflections through art about social and political chaos.

Aline Motta (Rio Blanco) at M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020).. Credits: Odair Leal Traplev (Salvador) at M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020). Credits: Felipe Iruatã M.A.P.A. (Modos de Ação para Propagar Arte). No Calor da Hora (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of VIVA Projects

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