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Slow Art Movement?

Almost 60 years ago the São Paulo Art Biennial was founded to introduce contemporary art from North America and Western Europe to Brazil, with the aim of transforming the South American metropolis into an international art center. Today, many locales once considered far-flung—from Aichi to Moscow and the Canary Islands—now share São Paulo’s goal of placing international art alongside their own revered artists on their home turf. But as events such as biennials and festivals and the flow of commercial and intellectual capital make the world smaller, ideas of thinking locally, notions

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