Posts Tagged 'Brazil'
Back in my little Brazilian ghetto in London, whenever we played Brazilian music at parties, everyone loved it. It didn’t really matter if it was funk, country, rock or samba. Everyone would sing along and even dance – because doing so gave us a sense of belonging, it brought us back home for a few moments.
The Latin America 2011 Conference is the perfect opportunity to find out the latest developments in Latin America with speakers from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina and across the continent.
The first major exhibition from Lygia Pape – one of Brazil’s leading artists – in the UK. Magnetized Space brings together well-known and previously unseen works, spanning sculpture, performance, paintings, films, poems, engravings and collages from Pape.
Boipeba – much-hyped in recent years as the hot, new, unspoilt Brazilian beach destination – certainly runs the risk of suffering this fate. One of the islands of the Tinharé archipelago, off the southern stretch of the coast of Bahia state, Boipeba is undoubtedly a paradise.