OF MAPS IN RUINS

In a story as short as it is inspired, Borges recounts the map of an empire which had the exact size of the empire, map and territory coinciding, point by point Read more


DISTANT REFLECTION

With its remarkable exhibition journey, DISTANT REFLECTION presents us with a set of recent works made from photographic prints and videos. Read more


RADIAL FISSURES

In Planisfério (Planisphere), Marina Camargo’s work orbits between its two main artistic thrusts: the attempt to encompass something of amplitude Read more


BEYOND FRONTIERS

While looking for a guiding idea for the exhibition space at MARGS – in a Biennial with a theme of territoriality – we focused on three routes in Rio Grande do Sul that seemed to offer Read more


A HIDDEN ORDER OF CITIES

1. The North American artist Robert Smithson made some important works in the late 1960s and early 70s which created a dialectical relationship Read more


INTERVIEW

The advent of modern art in the mid 19th century is tied to an expansion of discourse about art. The growing availability of texts and statements – criticism, essays, biographies and Read more


THE MAP AS RAW MATERIAL

1.  Fractal satellite images, aligned to the circumference of the earth by GPS, seem to make everything that has hitherto formed the art and science of Read more