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Netherlands
15 Jul

Renowned Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort dedicated her annual trend book 2014 to Brazil: Bloom Brazil - Luscious. 

"Brazil is an inescapable destination, a destiny....

Brazil
14 Jul

Since the start of the World Cup in Brazil, four Magnum photographers - Alex Majoli, David Alan Harvey, Jonas Bendiksen and Susan Meiselas, four new names in Brazilian photography - Barbara Wagner...

Brazil
8 Jul

Across Brazil, graffiti and street art is a popular, time-honored and unavoidable form of expression. The controversial and costly World Cup tournament has given street artists ample inspiration....

Brazil
13 Jun

IPHAN, Brazil's National Institute of Historic and Artistic Heritage, launched the online publication Cultural Heritage in the Country of the World Cup. The publication highlights...

Brazil
1 Jun

The dynamic Brazilian artist duo known as Os Gêmeos, identical twins Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, have covered the Brazilian national soccer team’s plane for the World Cup in their wildly colorful...

Brazil
24 Apr

On 10 April 2014 the Dutch architecture firm Ooze opened the exhibition Água Carioca in Rio de Janeiro at Studio-X Rio. The exhibition features four interim results of Constructed...

Brazil
24 Apr

Metropolitan Ecolution, a project by Dutch architecture firm Volpi Urbane, has recently been concluded. The question that this initiative posed to Dutch and Brazilian architects and...

Netherlands
24 Mar

The Amsterdam City Archives published - in cooperation with amsterdam inbusiness and Amsterdam Marketing - a booklet in Portuguese and Dutch about the historic ties between Brazil and Amsterdam:...

Brazil
18 Mar

Capacete is a new one-year programme in the city of Rio de Janeiro, for up to 12 international participants dedicated to research and practice in the arts and critical thought. It will start its...

Brazil
12 Mar

As part of the international journalism training programme Beyond Your World (BYW), a new project has been launched under the name “Beyond Brazil – Brasil Além”. This project is a cooperation...

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