American author and design critic Steven Heller has recently reviewed Chico Homem de Melo’s “Linha do tempo do design gráfico no Brasil” for Print Magazine […]
Cicero Dias began his artistic career during the 1920s, at a time when avant-garde tendencies were being introduced into Brazil. He associated with the intellectuals of the Regionalist movement that emerged in Recife, in 1926 […]
Forget the cultural hotspots of New York, London or Paris. The most popular art exhibition in the world last year was in a gallery in Rio de Janeiro, where 9,700 people flocking through the doors each day to see works by Max Escher […]
At the opening of the poster exhibition “Discover the Brazilian Cinema” presented at the 2nd Brazil Film Festival in Beijing, its co-curator Bruno Porto was joined by British designer Zara Arshad and Italian multimedia artist Alessandro Rolandi in an panel to address the relation between moving and still images: movies and its posters […]
Design journalist, critic and professor Ethel Leon, of online publication Agitprop, will take part in the international project “Designing South Africa”, an independent and comprehensive record of the impact of the FIFA 2010 World Cup on architecture, design, greening, infrastructure, transport and identity. The project includes a seminar, a book and an exhibition to be presented in Capetown, Johannesburg, London and São Paulo.
Vicente do Rego Monteiro (Recife, Pernambuco, 1899 – idem, 1970). Painter, sculptor, draughtsman, illustrator, graphic artist. Began his artistic studies in 1908, accompanying his sister, Fedora do Rego Monteiro (1889 – 1975) on courses at the National School of Fine Arts (Enba) in Rio de Janeiro.