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.Aurora
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.Aurora São Paulo

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.Aurora is an autonomous art-space founded and managed by five artists: Bel Falleiros, Diogo Lucato, Francesco Di Tillo, Gabriel Gutierrez, Laura Davina and an architect, Claudia Afonso. .Aurora wo...
Courtesy of Almeida e Dale

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Established in the art market as one of the main galleries of the city of São Paulo, for about 15 years Almeida e Dale Gallery has been working in the secondary market of Brazilian and Latin American...
Anexo Millan
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Anexo Millan. Photo credits: Pedro Vannucchi. Courtesy of Galeria Millan.

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Anexo Millan, inaugurated in November 2015, is the new complementary space of Galeria Millan. Localized in Rua Fradique Coutinho, in Vila Madalena, Anexo Millan arises by a project of Sérgio Kipni...
Associação Cultural Videobrasil

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Established and directed by Solange Farkas, Associação Cultural Videobrasil is an international reference center for contemporary art production from the world’s geopolitical South. Since 1991, it...
Ateliê397
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Located in Vila Madalena, an historical district known as the city’s bohemian and artistic haven – Ateliê397 opened its doors in 2003. Founded by a group of artists, the space served both as s...
Baró Galpão
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Baró Galeria Sáo Paulo

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Established and directed by Maria Baró, the gallery is located in the west of São Paulo in the neighbourhood of Santa Cecília. Baró, a reference in promoting Latin American art, has played an imp...
Baró Jardins
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Christian Boltanski, exhibition view at Baró Galeria Jardins. Courtesy of Baró Galeria.

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Established and directed by Maria Baró, the gallery was first open in the west of São Paulo in the neighbourhood of Santa Cecília, in 2010. In 2015, the gallery expanded and inaugurated a second sp...
Courtesy of Galeria Bergamin

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Established in 2000 by Jones Bergamin, the gallery opened with an anthological retrospective of Iberê Camargo. It staged many exhibitions, being “Através”, curated by Lisette Lagnado, one ...
BFA Boatos Fine Arts São Paulo

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BFA Boatos Fine Arts was founded by artist Francesco Joao Scavarda and gallerist Anna Bergamasco in September 2014. Focusing on the artistic practice of young artists born after 1975, the gallery pro...
Blau Projects
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Éder Oliveira exhibition view at Blau Projects. Photo: Neoarte. Courtesy of Blau Projects

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Located in Vila Madalena, Blau Projects is a gallery that supports and encourages emerging artists and explores and promotes multiple forms of artistic expression. Guided by its director, Juli...
Courtesy of Capela do Morumbi

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Originally part of a 19th-century tea farm, this former slave chapel was restored from its ruins in the 1940s. The current structure combines new brickwork with the original adobe construction. A fre...
Carbono Galeria Sao Paulo

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Established in 2013 by Ana Serra and Renata Castro e Silva, Carbono Galeria has been working with the best artists and curators of Brazil and abroad. The gallery produces exclusive multiples, in va...
Courtesy of Casa Contemporânea

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Casa Contemporanea is a multidisciplinary space that promotes exhibitions, meetings and debates on art and architecture. Among the activities there are photography, sculpture courses, calligraphy for ...
Casa da Imagem São Paulo

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Casa da Imagem, a museum dedicated to São Paulo-themed photography, opened in 2012 on the site of Casa No. 1, named for its original address in 1689. The building is a venue for exhibitions and the ...
Casa da Xiclet
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Casa da Xiclet

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Casa da Xiclet, led by Adriana Xiclet, is an artist's residence where it is possible to find artworks from artists of São Paulo, as she literally turned her house into a real gallery to host and expo...
Casa do Povo
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Casa do Povo

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With a modernist architecture, five floors, theater and library, Casa do Povo completed 60 years in 2014 in the traditional neighborhood of Bom Retiro and established itself as a cultural center engag...
Casa Tomada
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Casa Tomada

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Casa Tomada is an independent space for practice, research and reflections of artistic nature, founded in 2009 by Taina Azeredo and Thereza Farkas. The project was based from a desire to build a sp...
Courtesy of Casa Triângulo

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Casa Triângulo is one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Brazil, focusing for 26 years on cutting edge art. The gallery was the first in Brazil to open space for young artists in 1988. ...
Courtesy of Central de Arte

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Founded in 2010, Central Galeria promotes expositions and furthers the debate around contemporary art. In 2012 it moved to a new, larger, and more versatile address, thus expanding the spread of curre...
Courtesy of CCBB

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The CCBB Building, constructed in 1901, on Rua Álvares Penteado, corner of Rua da Quitanda, was purchased by the Banco do Brasil in 1923 and completely modified and restructured. After the renovation...
Courtesy of CCSP

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The Centro Cultural of São Paulo – CCSP was inaugurated in 1982, the building underwent restoration between 1975 and 1982 and has a surface of 46,500 square metres. The architecture of the CCS...
Courtesy of Centro Universitário Maria Antonia (CEUMA)

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The CEUMA is devoted to multidisciplinary art forms, such as literature, theatre, dance, music, exhibitions of visual arts, film and video screenings, workshops, debates and courses. It houses one of ...
Courtesy of Choque Cultural

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Choque Cultural (Culture Shock) is a contemporary art gallery based in São Paulo with strong links to underground culture, showing pop, outsider and young art in original style. In fact this unpre...
Courtesy of Condominio Cultural

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Condomínio Cultural is an association of artists and freelancers from different sectors such as visual arts, performing arts, audio visual, body language, music, technology, production, and communi...
DAN Galeria
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Courtesy of DAN Galeria

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DAN Galeria was founded in 1972 by J. Peter Cohn and Gláucia S. Cohn in Sao Paulo, aiming to contribute to the development of Brazilian Art. In the first years of activity, the gallery focused excl...
Emma Thomas
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Galeria Emma Thomas. Photo: Fran Parente

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The Emma Thomas gallery is an informal place for exhibiting and selling contemporary art. The gallery was founded in 2006 by Flaviana Bernardo and Juliana Freire with a main goal: to amplify the acces...
Courtesy of Estação Pinacoteca

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Founded in 2004, Estação Pinacoteca is Pinacoteca do Estado’s space for holding shows of modern and contemporary art. It occupies a building that belonged to the Estrada de Ferro Sorocabana (Soroc...
Rodrigo Matheus, exhibition view at Galeria Fortes Vilaça. Photo: Eduardo Ortega. Courtesy Galeria Fortes Vilaça.

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Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (ex Galeria Fortes Vilaça) presents a dynamic program in which Brazilian and foreign artists, young and established, create ambitious exhibitions. Group shows organize...
Fortes Villaça

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Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (ex Galeria Fortes Vilaça) presents a dynamic program in which Brazilian and foreign artists, young and established, create ambitious exhibitions. Group shows organize...
Funarte
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Funarte

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Created in 1975 and tied to the Ministry of Culture, Funarte is the organ that officially represents Brazilian culture in the country and abroad. Its objective is to stimulate the practice, developmen...
Galeria Berenice Aravani Sáo Paulo

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Located in one of São Paulo’s most prestigious and fashionable streets, Galeria Berenice Arvani is specialized in contemporary art, with special focus on constructive artists. The gallery expos...
Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins

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Galeria Jaqueline Martins, inaugurated in April 2011, is committed to the development of projects that draw artists from different generations together, evoking surprising dialogues and results. Th...
Galeria Leme
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Courtesy of Galeria Leme

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Ever since its opening in November 2004, Galeria Leme has carried out an innovative program in Brazilian art scene, actively representing both local and international artists, often invited to conceiv...
Galeria Luisa Strina

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In 2016 Galeria Luisa Strina completes 42 years of activity. Luisa Strina started as a marchant in 1970 and opened her gallery in 1974. During the 1970s, Strina introduced into the market diverse expo...
Galeria Lume
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Galeria Lume

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Founded in 2011 in order to show the big names Brazilian photography, Lume Gallery was established soon as vitality reference , conceptualism and transgression. Directed by Philip and Paul Hegg Kas...
Exhibition view; Courtesy of Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri

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Marcelo Guarnieri began the gallery’s activities in the 80s in Ribeirão Preto (State of São Paulo, Brazil), and became an important reference to the visual arts in the city by showing artists such...
Courtesy of Galeria Marília Razuk

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Galeria Marilia Razuk has been promoting and disseminating the production of established and emerging contemporary artists. Headed by Marilia Razuk, the gallery seeks to display a diversity of languag...
Courtesy of Galeria Mezanino

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Galeria Mezanino is open to visitors since 2006 and promotes conversations and meetings with curators, critics and other art professionals, as well as workshops with painters, sculptors, photographers...
Courtesy of Galeria Millan

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When it was founded in 1986, Galeria Millan looked to introduce relationships between the production of the contemporary artists that it represented and the modern artists who had influenced their edu...
Courtesy of Oscar Cruz

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With more than 20 years of experience in the art market, Oscar Cruz became renowned for his dedication to recognize and foster artistic talent. Through his dedication both young and established artist...
Courtesy of Galeria Paralelo

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Paralelo Gallery was founded in São Paulo in 2010, by Flávia Marujo e Andrea Rehder, focusing on the contemporary creation and its latest trends. With a clear international flair, its target is buil...
Galeria Pilar
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Courtesy of Galeria Pilar

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Galeria Pilar was launched in 2011 by Elisio Yamada and Henrique Miziara. The gallery, located in the Santa Cecilia district of São Paulo, has 400 square meters of exhibition space dedicated to p...
Courtesy of Lourdina Jean Rabieh

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Named after its founder, Lebanon born and naturalised Brazilian Lourdina Jean Rabieh, Galeria Rabieh has been experiencing great expansion. After a comprehensive renovation signed by architect Simone ...
Courtesy of Galeria Raquel Arnaud.

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For forty years, Galeria Raquel Arnaud has played an important role in the investigation of Contemporary Art in Brazil and abroad concentrating on constructive art, sculpture, installation, kinetic ar...
Galeria Superfície. Courtesy of Galeria Superfície

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Galeria Superfície is a project by business partners Gustavo Nóbrega — a visual artist whose family has been active in the art market for 80 years — and Daniele Dal Col — a profissional with t...
Museu do Homem do Nordeste Jonathas de Andrade Exposição individual, Galeria Vermelho. 2013. Photo by Edouard Fraipont

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Built in 2002 by three architects who transformed three houses into a gallery, Vermelho also has a garden and an impressive facade used for installations and projections. In 2007, new exhibition spa...
Courtesy of Galeria Virgílio

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Izabel Pinheiro opened Galeria Virgílio in 2002, which presents itself in the art market geared toward the output of young contemporary artists and artists who have emerged chiefly since the 1980’s...
Galpão VB
Non-Profit
Galpão VB. Courtesy of Associação Cultural Videobrasil

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A space to house exhibitions, actions, reflection, meetings and research, Galpão VB was designed to activate the video collection amassed throughout Associação Cultural Videobrasil’s three decade...
Hermes
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Hermes

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Hermes visual arts is an institutional place where artistic thoughts and practice meet. Contemporary and independent, the space embraces 2 studios, an art residency, a classroom and an exhibition roo...
Exhibition View, Courtesy of IAC

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The IAC was created to host the work of the Brazilian Constructivist artists such as: Sergio Camargo, Willys de Castro, Amilcar de Castro and Sérvulo Esmeraldo. The activities of the museum revolv...
Courtesy of Casa de Vidro

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The Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi (founders of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo – MASP) was created in 1990 and its mission is to preserve and make known the work of its mentors through exhibiti...
Courtesy of Instituto Moreira Salles

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The Instituto Moreira Salles (IMS) is a non-profit organization founded by Walter Moreira Salles, in 1990 and managed by the Moreira Salles family. Its goal is to promote the development of cultural p...
Courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake

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Opened in 2001, Instituto Tomie Ohtake stands out for being one of the rare spaces in the city specially designed, architectonically and conceptually, to host local and international visual arts, ar...
Itaú Cultural
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Courtesy of Itaú Cultural

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Itaú Cultural is an institute dedicated to research, to the production of content, and to mapping, encouraging and disseminating artistic and intellectual manifestations. Itaú Cultural sees cultu...
Courtesy of Kunsthalle São Paulo

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KUNSTHALLE São Paulo was founded in 2012 with the aim of presenting international prominent artists to São Paulo’s art scene. The program is developed by curator Marina Coelho and aims to organize...
Courtesy of Luciana Brito Galeria

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Luciana Brito has been engaged in the promotion and dissemination of contemporary Brazilian art for over twenty years. Luciana Brito Galeria is a showcase for Brazilian and international Contemporary ...
Courtesy of Mendes Wood

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Injecting a dash of youthful zest and daring into the city’s art scene, Mendes Wood settled in chic Jardins in November 2010. Owned by galleristas Pedro Mendes, Felipe Dmab and Matthew Wood, this i...
Courtesy of Museu Afro Brasil

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Afro Brasil Museum is a public institution, held by São Paulo State Secretariat for Culture and managed by Associação Museu Afro Brasil. It aims to be a contemporary museum where the black peopl...
Photo by Nelson Kon

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The National Society of the Friends of Museums – SAM Nacional, initially a non-profit association of cultural nature, came into being by means of the spontaneous grouping together of people from the...
Courtesy of Museu da Casa Brasileira

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First museum in Brazil dedicated to architecture and design, MCB (Brazilian House Museum) presents temporary exhibitions and holds a collection of Brazilian domestic equipments from the 17th century t...
Courtesy of MIS

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The Museu da Imagem e do Som – MIS of São Paulo is a statewide public museum, linked to the São Paulo Department of Culture, inaugurated in 1970. The museum was founded as a result of a projec...
"Edifício Lutétia 01", por Dornicke - Obra do próprio. Licenciado sob GFDL, via Wikimedia Commons - http://bit.ly/1PrRIwc

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The Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado‘s Museum of Brazilian Arts (MAB-FAAP) has its own collection of around three thousand Brazilian works of art such as photographs, sculptures, engravings, pain...
Courtesy of Museu de Arte Brasileira

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The Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado's Museum of Brazilian Arts (MAB-FAAP) has its own collection of around three thousand Brazilian works of art such as photographs, sculptures, engravings, painti...
Courtesy of MAC USP

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One of the most important museums of modern and contemporary art from Latin America, the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo (USP) was established in 1963. At that time, th...
Courtesy of MASP

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MASP is considered the most important museum of European Art in the southern hemisphere, and one of the most important tourist destinations in São Paulo. The collection includes more than 8,000 works...
Courtesy of Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo

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The São Paulo Museum of Modern Art is a non-profit civil society institution in the public interest founded in 1948 and located in the Ibirapuera Park. Its collection contains more than 5,000 works b...
Photo Everton Ballardin © Galeria Nara Roesler

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Galeria Nara Roesler is a leading contemporary art gallery, representing seminal Brazilian artists who emerged in the 1960s as well as pre-eminent mid career artists who dialogue with the currents put...
Paço das Artes
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Paço das Artes

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The gallery aims to organize and maintain contemporary art exhibitions, courses, lectures, workshops, conferences, hearings and artistic exchanges. Other missions of the organization are to encourage ...
Phosphorus
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Phosphorus

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Phosphorous occupies what was once the offices of São Paulo’s first notary public, an ornate colonial building dating back to 1890. Open since late 2011, Phosphorous it is a space for experiment...
Courtesy of Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo

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The Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo is a visual arts museum with an emphasis on Brazilian production from the 19th century until today. Founded in 1905 by the São Paulo State Government, it’s th...
Pivô
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Pivô

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Pivô‘s activities are focused on the process of constructing and spreading ideas that come from the conception and development of artists’ proposals. The events schedule is broad in scope, rangin...
Courtesy of Red Bull Station

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Located in a 1926 building, in downtown São Paulo, the Red Bull Station occupies the former substation Riachuelo, disabled since 2004 and designated as a historic site by the Municipal Council for th...
Sé Galeria
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Exposition view. Courtesy of Galeria Sé. Photo by Pedro Victor Brandão

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Galeria Sé is a partnership between businessman Marcelo Tilkian Maia and independent curator Maria Montero, who also is the founder and director of the independent art space Phosphorus. The relations...
Sesc Belenzinho
Non-Profit
Courtesy of SESC Belenzinho

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In the State of São Paulo, Sesc has 32 cultural centres (most of them being also sports centres), a TV station (SescTV), a web portal (SescSP), a publishing house (Edições SescSP), a record label t...
Sesc Pompeia
Non-Profit
Courtesy of SESC

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The actions offered by Sesc (Serviço Social do Comércio – Social Service of the Commerce) are fruit of a solid cultural and educational project that brings, since its creation by the commerce, se...
Tofiq House
Non-Profit
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The first Arts Club & Incubator in Latin America, Tofiq House opened in 2013, in one of the most glamorous neighbourhoods in São Paulo. The space promotes suppers and nurture new artists. The w...
Unibes Cultural
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Unibes Cultural

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The Cultural Unibes is a democratic living space that offers a wide São Paulo all programming designed for a diverse audience.
Veredas SP
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Courtesy of Veredas SP

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Inaugurated in October 2011, the programme includes exhibitions, editions and other projects, besides encouraging critical dialogue between artists, public and art collectors open to Brazilian art, pr...
Vila Itororó
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Vila Itororó Canteiro Aberto

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Designed by Francisco de Castro using reclaimed materials from demolished buildings in the city of São Paulo, Itororó Village was built in the first decades of the 20th century. Throughout its histo...
Expo Zezão, 2014. Courtesy of Zipper Galeria

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Fabio Cimino started his career in 1983 as an art advisor and marchand. In 2010, he opened Zipper Galeria, focused on the prospecting and promotion of works by emerging and mid-career Brazilian talen...
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