Schizophrenia Provides Art for Sao Paulo’s Bienal

Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- The 30th Sao Paulo Bienal sprawls from the main exhibition space at the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park to six other smaller sites that include an old chapel and the Museum of Art of Sao Paulo. One of the stars is Arthur Bispo do Rosario (1909-1989), a schizophrenia patient discovered in a Brazilian mental hospital who turned institutional objects into visual art. The Sao Paulo Bienal runs through Dec. 9. (Source: Bloomberg)

Financial Firms Must Address Climate Change Now: Nesbitt
33:45 - The president and CEO of the Global Risk Institute is warning the financial industry that nobody is doing enough - not banks, insurers or pension funds - to preemptively protect themselves from the physical impact of climate change and the public policy that comes with it. In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang, former CIBC CEO Richard Nesbitt says firms not only have a duty to come up with a plan, but also could find investment and financing opportunities in climate change. (Source: Bloomberg)
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