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Already convicted of money laundering and tax evasion, a report makes new claims against the Brazilian collector and founder of Inhotim art park

Where the fight against reactionary conservative activism in Brazil stands ahead of the 2018 presidential elections

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Recent instances of censorship show an emboldened far right attacking the arts, queer identity and more: artists, curators and writers respond

Artforum co-publisher Knight Landesman accused of sexual misconduct; editor Michelle Kuo resigns; Brazilian artists protest censorship

Rose Lokonyen Nathike carries the flag of Refugee Olympic Team during the opening ceremony for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

The images of Team Refugee at the Olympics offers a glimmer of hope in a gloomy summer

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Demonstrators occupy the entrance of administrative offices used by Brazil's presidency to protest acting President Michel Temer in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The Homeless Workers Movement organized the demonstration against Temer to show support for suspended President Dilma Rousseff. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

Are the tumultuous events in Brazil threatening to undo all that the country has fought so hard to achieve?

Adirley Queirós, White Out, Black In, 2015

Presenting documentary stories using techniques from fictional narrative cinema, these films aim to tell a greater truth than conventional reportag

Carybé, Alexandrina e sua cidade (Alexandrina and her City), 1944, exhibited in ‘Histórias Mestiças’, 2014, at Instituto Tomie Ohtake; courtesy: Galeria Sur, Punta del Este

Arts funding and the recent elections in Brazil

Chris Burden Beam Drop (1984/2008)

Does Instituto Inhotim, a 240-hectare art park and botanical garden in south-east Brazil, represent a new kind of institutional operation?