Museu Brasileiro da Escultura – MuBE
Founded in 1995, its architecture was designed by renowned prize-winning architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha.
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Founded in 1955, the Museu Brasileiro da Escultura – MuBE (Brazilian Museum of Sculpture) presents works from the most far-reaching areas of artistic expression: sculpture, painting, photography, graffiti, drawing, art therapy, music, and cinema.
Despite having been created with the audacious objective of being an “open museum”, having no permanent collection, there is an important group of pieces distributed through MuBE‘s internal and external areas by artists like Arcangelo Ianelli, Francisco Brennand, Ivald Granato, Nathalie Decoster, João Carlos Galvão, Sonia Ebling, Caciporé Torres, Yutaka Toyota, Roberto Lerner and Waldomiro de Deus.
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Photo by Nelson Kon