Alemão, a complex of favelas in Rio de Janeiro, is better known for violent outbursts and gang associations than inspiring artistic initiatives. Tuany’s project “On Tip Toes” seeks to change that.
What happens when California meets Brazil? A party, of course! Once a month, a Long Beach music studio, Sound & Vibe, hosts a celebration on a foreign culture. June was time for Brazil to show locals how it gets together.
It all started with a piece of silk and the desire of the French brand Hermés to show their admiration for the beauty of Brazil.
The multi-talented Lara Gerin plays her sets at the most sophisticated parties in São Paulo. We asked what she’s been listening to and wearing lately.
In his debut music video, Canadian DJ Kaytranada builds a dancing robot while sampling the beats of 1973’s song Pontos de Luz.
In The Space In Between – Marina Abramovic and Brazil, Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic travels throughout Brazil in search of the spiritual forces of nature that are found deep-rooted in the culture of native Brazilians.
Brazilian Music Institute provides daily rehearsals and group lessons in Brazilian instrumental music at Broward College, in Davie, FL.
Los Angeles resident DJ Potira is stepping up her Brazilian roots with a new funk night in Hollywood, every second Saturday of the month at Bronson Bar.
Burle Marx designed more than 2,000 public and private gardens around the world. A new exhibit at New York’s Jewish Museum demonstrates his influence on today’s contemporary artists.
With such displays of affection towards our country, we think it’s time to offer her the Brazilian citizenship already, no? #BeyoncéForBrazil