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Today in Latin American history, Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer who designed many buildings in Brasília was born in 1907. Niemeyer was key in the development of modern architecture. He also collaborated with other architects on the United Nation's Headquarters in New York City. continue reading »
Acclaimed Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, who died this week just 10 days shy of his 105th birthday, was laid to rest Friday in his native Rio de Janeiro amid cheers, prayers and song. continue reading »
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff received with honors at the Planalto Palace on Thursday the mortal remains of architect Oscar Niemeyer, one of Brasilia's great creative geniuses, who died this week at the age of 104. continue reading »
Centenarian Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is in grave condition, doctors at Rio's Samaritan Hospital said Wednesday. The 104-year-old father of modern architecture in Brazil continue reading »
Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, hospitalized at a medical center since early this month, has suffered a deterioration of his kidney function, medical authorities said Saturday. continue reading »
Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer has had a "marked improvement" in the kidney problems that are keeping him hospitalized, his doctor, Fernando Gjorup, said Sunday, adding that he had never feared for his life. continue reading »
Chief curator, Venezuelan-born Luis Pérez-Oramas, along with associated curators André Severo and Tobi Maier and curator assistant Isabella Villanueva, will curate the 30th Bienal de São Paulo continue reading »