The powerful novel by Ana Maria Gonçalves moves the museum's main exhibition by proposing a critical review of the African diaspora
Encruzilhada promises to be the exhibition of the year at MAM Bahia
Publications show the power and diversity of the production of Afro-descendant artists across the American continent
Artist from Bahia uses elements and references from Yoruba culture to remember the pains and dreams of Colonial Brazil
The artist is known for creating performances, videos and photographs, based on Afro-Brazilian culture, which seek a kind of cure for the Brazilian slave-owning colonial past.
We invite the chief curator of MASP, Tomás Toledo, the gallerist Jaqueline Martins and the artist Ayrson Heráclito to discuss the importance of exhibitions that address issues related to identity, gender and race
MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo