Mr. Dias took aim at the 1960s ruling junta with trenchant works of bright colors, graphic immediacy and world weariness. He later went into exile.
Led by an indomitable teacher, ballet students in a poor district didn’t let the closure of their school stop them from dancing — or from delivering a pointed message to government officials.
Sylvio Perlstein’s accumulations of avant-garde art from the past 50 years comes to Hauser & Wirth this month.
Turning to Brazil’s indigenous cultures and folklore for inspiration, Tarsila do Amaral helped give rise to the country’s Modern movement, a MoMA exhibition shows.
Kaleb Freitas, 30, died after the stage he was performing on collapsed on Sunday during the Atmosphere dance music festival in Esteio, Brazil.
Until May, the 80-year-old singer hadn’t appeared in the United States in over 20 years. On Saturday she returns to open Brasil Summerfest.
Mr. Bosco, who practices relentlessly, helped empower Brazilians living under dictatorship in the 1970s and early ’80s with songs of pride and fighting spirit.
A retrospective of the artist’s paintings, sculptures, constructions and films at the Met Breuer suggests what art should do in times of political havoc.
In this Brazilian film from Anna Muylaert, an androgynous teenager discovers that the woman who raised him isn’t his biological mother.