Braziliarty at Brazilica Festival

Braziliarty is proud to bring the wildlife photography of João Marcos Rosa and the street art of Ananda Nahu to Liverpool to the Brazilica Festival from 12-18 July 2016 curated by Alicia Bastos/ Braziliarty. HABITAT BRAZIL, the wildlife photography by João Marcos Rosa From 12th-18th July 16 at St. George’s Hall, Liverpool. Opening times 10-17hs – FREE ENTRANCE Brazil is a country with continental dimensions, including regions from... Read More

Brazilian Street Art at the Brazilian Season of the Horniman Museum

Braziliarty is pleased to work together with the Horniman Museum for the Brazil Season of 2016 bringing three Brazilian street artists to the museum gardens and the Forest Hill area. The exhibition of their work will be in the Museum until the end of the season in September 2016. See the image of the location of the artworks. Binho Ribeiro, has been in the street art scene since 1984, going into his third decade he is a pioneer in Brazil and have... Read More

LATA Street Culture Festival 2016

LATA Street Culture Festival 2016 from Braziliarty on Vimeo. Returns for its second edition at the Red Gallery, Shoreditch London FIVE BRAZILIAN STREET ARTISTS OCCUPY THE RED GALLERY FOR FOUR DAYS IN JUNE LATA Street Culture Festival  - a festival celebrating street culture with street arts, urban music and film 29th June – 02nd July 2016 Wednesday 10am – Sunday 2am (see below for each day programme) Outdoor street art painting,... Read More

Wasteland free screening at the Free Film Festival at Sanford Housing Coop

Braziliarty is pleased to partner with the New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival in 2016 to screen “Waste Land” a film directed by Lucy Walker about the work of the artist Vik Muniz. Filmed over nearly three years, WASTE LAND follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump, Jardim Gramacho, located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. There... Read More

SEE••DS presents Véio and a day of Brazilian art

We are delighted to invite you to the Brazilian Culture Open Day at SEE••DS in partnership with Braziliarty and the Cultural Section of the Brazilian Embassy, promoting Brazilian Culture through Véio’s work, showing for the first time in London. Please join us on Saturday 5 March, to discover a show by the Brazilian artist: Cícero Alves Dos Santos, known as Véio, who had an auxiliary exhibition at the last Venice Biennale . the exhibition... Read More

LATA Street Culture Festival 2015

Braziliarty & Pigment present LATA, Street Culture Festival brings Graffiti Art outdoor live painting and exhibition, film and workshops to the Red Gallery and walls surrounding one of the most visible corners of Old Street, London. The first LATA is dedicated to Brazilian artists presenting the work of established talent and promoting aspiring ones. The artists will be painting the walls around Red Gallery between 5th and 8th August, closely... Read More

A guide to understand the indigenous issues in Brazil

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This is a story of a rocket pocket size drag queen wannabe, a character created to discuss and raise awareness about a few fundamental global issues. Tupiniqueen is a homage and been inspired by the name of the Brazilian indigenous people  ’Tupiniquim’ who are still existent and were one of the first people to meet the Portugueses when they first arrived in Brazil. Tupiniquim in colloquial portuguese, also means national, sometimes in... Read More

When movement touches within – Interviewing Pedro Machado from Candoco

Pedro was born in a time when Brazilian intellectuals were exiled in Europe. His family,  having a voice within the students’ movements during the military era in Brazil, moved to France, where he was born. Soon after, the family moved to London for a short year and a half and returned to Brazil, where Pedro grew up. When eighteen, his family relocated to London and Pedro learned physical theatre and created a small theatre company, inspired by... Read More

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Braziliarty presents here, hand picked projects to show you what we can do and how we are growing. Below you can see a compilation of the best, since times from ‘Braziliality’, until now: ( To see all previous projects by year, click here) LATA Street Culture Festival – London, August 2015 In 2015, Braziliarty and Pigment put forces together to organise a dedicated street culture festival bringing pioneers and emerging Brazilian... Read More

Latin American Art and its Multiplicity. A review of the exhibition Conscientia by Rafaela Mendes Ferreira

‘Conscientia: Latin American Consciousness’ takes over the entirety of the Lloyds Club, a Grade II listed building with artworks that range from the 18th century to contemporary production. Curators Lavínia Freitas and Alicia Bastos embraced the challenge of displaying pieces within a wide time-frame in an accordingly emblematic building, with a selection that is underpinned by three main realms: spiritual, rational and emotional. These conceptual... Read More

Braziliarty @ Late at Science Museum 30th July

Braziliarty partner with Science Museum’s Lates with MasterCard. Explore Brazil: Science, Samba and Football on the 30th July 18.45 – 22:00 Discover Brazilian science, music, dancing and the science behind football at this month’s Lates with MasterCard. Braziliarty was invited to curate 9 of the almost 30 events happening during the evening inviting great personalities of the Brazilian community in London to join in bringing diversity... Read More