Tarsila do Amaral
Court-ordered auction of works from disgraced Brazilian banker's collection prompts new controversy
The Museum of Contemporary Art at the University of São Paulo claims it is owed $3.6m for conserving and storing around 1,600 works repossessed from bankrupt Banco Santos president Edemar Cid Ferreira
Tarsila dethrones Monet as São Paulo museum's most popular exhibition
A retrospective devoted to the Brazilian Modernist was part of a yearlong focus on female artists
Top five acquisitions of the month
New York welcomes Tarsila—the high priestess of Brazil’s Modernist cannibals
Recent appreciation of artist challenges 'illusion that we have come to terms with variety of Modern art'