Serralves Museum presents 31st Bienal’s selected works
For the first time outside its country of origin, the exhibition presents 28 solo artists and groups of artists from October 1, 2015 to January 17, 2016.
31st Bienal de São Paulo goes on tour
The program takes selected works on a tour of six Brazilian cities and one abroad
31st Bienal Virtual Tour
Navigate through panoramas of the exhibition at any time
31st Bienal: Book and List of Works
Exhibition’s publications now available for reading and download.
Publication edited by Graziela Kunsch with Lilian L’Abbate Kelian to be launched on December 6 in the #31Bienal’s Park area
“… – OHPERA – MUET – …” Last presentation
On November 26, at 2pm, UEINZZ gives its final presentation of the film made with Alejandra Riera
RIGHT to the City, part II
The second part of the symposium discusses activism, control politics, criminalization of the poor, militarization and the role of engaged art in urban contexts.
Download the Tree-School’s PDF at #31Bienal
Symposium discusses religious manifestations as a dynamic and hybrid phenomena that embraces from the regulation of sexual behavior to the construction of new narratives and economic powers.
Tales from the foot of the Baobab
Grupo Contrafilé and Campus in Camps invite you to sit in on some storytelling and discussion at the foot of the baobab.
Jorge Oteiza Dossier
While the sculptures of Jorge Oteiza are remembered at the #31Bienal, the Archive Blog recalls his participation at the 4th Bienal.
The Last Word Is the Penultimate One – 2.0
Teatro da Vertigem reprises a play from 2008 for the #31Bienal. Performances every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Turning a Blind Eye
As an educational program of workshops, lectures and walks, the program investigates recent events based on tensions surrounding the exploration of urban and natural space.