São Paulo Art Biennial reclaims the power of direct contact with artworks

Under the theme "It's dark but I sing", the 34th Biennial - which would have originally taken place in 2020 - will feature 91 artists from 39 countries, who have produced works exclusively for the exhibition, which celebrates its 70th anniversary.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Curators of the exhibition's 34th edition intend to use the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, at Ibirapuera Park, from September to December, and ensure that it is possible to offer a safe visit. 'It's dark but I sing', verse by poet Thiago de Mello, names the biennial that turns 70.

"It's dark but I sing." The 34th São Paulo International Biennial of Art, which intends to use the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion at Ibirapuera Park with a large group exhibition from September 4 to December 5 this year, has no theme. The verse that gives . . .

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