The Rio-based artist whose sculptures, often made from cheap, prosaic materials, encourage the friction between raw material and finished art object.
Brazil’s forgotten poetry movement who fought a military dictatorship by combining politics, protest and the visual arts.
The São Paulo-based Mexican artist who started Beau Geste Press and created a 2014 World Cup Diary for ArtReview.
The Brazilian born, Copenhagen-based artist who uses video and installation to explore her interest in the perception of history.
The Brazil-based artist whose diverse body of work brings together radical anthropology, warped reweavings of the modernist grid and a fascination with the stick-insect family in an elegant assault on the nature/culture divide.
Artists from the northeast of Brazil, where they do things differently.
The artist who spent his life as an outsider before being absorbed into the commercial art system.
The Brazilian multimedia group of musicians and artists who have been making a big noise since the 1990s.
9 August 2016