Reporter, Visual Arts, Architecture and Design, Folha de São Paulo
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Silas Martí writes about visual arts, architecture and design at Folha de São Paulo. He has been a reporter at "Ilustrada," the art section of Brazil's leading newspaper, for the past eight years and has been writing exhibition reviews for the past four. While at the newspaper, he has covered seismic shifts in the artistic landscape in Brazil and the rest of the world. Martí frequently collaborates with other publications and has served as a contributing-editor to London's Frieze magazine since 2012. He also writes regularly for The Art Newspaper and for Artforum, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, Vogue, Brasileiros and Select, as well as websites Art-Agenda and Artsy. In 2008 he worked alongside the architect Roberto Loeb in curating the Brazilian pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennial.