Fernanda Brenner is the founder and Artistic Director of Pivô, an independent non-profit art space in São Paulo, and a contributing editor of frieze.
The new co-artistic director of the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro discusses her Afro-centred curatorial practice, the importance of translation, and writing as a form of dance
El Museo del Barrio’s Rodrigo Moura tells Fernanda Brenner about his vision of the museum and the themes of this year’s ‘Diálogos’ section
At Sesc Pompeia, São Paulo, five decades of the artist’s immersive work speak to the brutality and sensuality of American life
The artist’s feast is plentiful and sumptuous, but leaves us with a hefty bill and a heavy stomach
Ahead of her retrospective at London’s Whitechapel Gallery, the artist speaks to contributing editor Fernanda Brenner about the themes of hunger and hybridity in her work
The late artist rejected state censorship while presaging our image-saturated age
The late Brazilian artist’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, is a delicate exploration of his multi-faceted practice
‘What would Jac Leirner do?’
Latin American artists respond to nationalism, climate change, and other urgent crises
Bolsonaro’s repeated insults towards women, people of colour and the LGBT community, should have been enough to derail his campaign – it wasn’t
From devices for making acquaintances to an interruption of Lina Bo Bardi’s architecture, ahead of SP-Arte this week, the city’s best shows
Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP), São Paulo, Brazil
Are the tumultuous events in Brazil threatening to undo all that the country has fought so hard to achieve?