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Gunmen have robbed a Rio de Janeiro art museum of their most valuable paintings including a Picasso, Matisse, Monet and Dali, the Chacara do Ceu museum director said.
Performers all across the country took to the streets, yesterday (10), in 12 Brazilian capitals, where they gathered signatures to encourage the government to increase the cultural budget.
Brazil, like most Latin American countries, has been struggling to find an identity away from its colonial past. This struggle has not been easy.
Brazil's culture minister, a musician who helped found the Tropicalia movement in that country in the 1960s, says his government's support of the local arts could help boost Brazil's economy.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will open an Amazonian art exhibit in the Forbidden City of Beijing during his visit to China late May.