Silas Martí

Flagging Brazilian economy puts a damper on sales at SP-Arte

Galleries showing in the São Paulo fair tailored their selections and adjusted prices to meet the slump in demand

Four artists to see at the São Paulo biennial

As the country faces political chaos, the long-running exhibition finds a patch of order with a garden theme

Artists divided over Rio Olympic Games

Doubts hang over city's ability to provide public services during event as Brazil's financial troubles deepen

Recession takes a heavy toll on Brazil’s art scene

Some museums have closed their doors as other ailing institutions look to the Olympics to raise funds

São Paulo photo fair finds winning strategy in local focus

Dealers from the city reported brisk sales at the opening of SP-Arte/Foto, mainly for works by Brazilian artists

Time running out for Casa Daros in Rio

City’s mayor offers public support to keep Swiss-based collection’s space open

Boom to bust: Brazil's arts lose out as economy stalls

Funding squeeze causes museums and institutions around the country to postpone or cancel exhibitions


Christie’s pulls works from Latin American auction after ‘forgery’ concerns

Ten items from one collection withdrawn from New York auctions