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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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Founded in 1991 and directed by Solange Farkas, Associação Cultural Videobrasil is an international center for contemporary art. Its programme features exhibitions, film screenings and panels, enga...
Ateliê Fidalga
Non-Profit
Projeto Fidalga Room

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The Ateliê Fidalga is an open space, where artists of totally different background, from philosophy and architecture to visual arts and music, are invited to share their research. The space is the b...
Ateliê397
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Ateliê397

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Established in 2003 under the direction of Marcelo Amorim and Thais Rivitti, the art space was founded by a group of artists working as studio and space for exhibitions, performances, concerts and vi...
Baró
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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 welcomed in 2012 Antonia Bergamin who took over as gallery director together with Thiago Gomide in a new space. The gallery is specialized in p...
Bolsa de Arte
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Bolsa de Arte

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Founded in 1980 in Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, the gallery opened a branch in Sao Paulo in 2014. Bolsa de Arte Gallery represents some of the most significant names in the national art market, but ...
BREU
Artists Run Spaces
BREU

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BREU is a space run by six artists and located in a warehouse, in the São Paulo district of Barra Funda. The location is conceived as an “expanded atelier”, a free zone where to experiment and ex...
Caixa Cultural
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Caixa Cultural

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Opened in 1989, the Caixa Cultural of São Paulo is based in an historical building in Praça da Sè, easy reachable to the public. This is one of the centres opened by the institution Caixa Cultural...
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 Capela do Morumbi is frequently used as venue for exhibitions and art events. ...
Carbono Galeria Sao Paulo

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Founded in 2013 by Ana Serra and Renata Castro e Silva, Carbono Galeria has been working exclusively with contemporary art editions, in cooperation with established artists, curators and gallerie...
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 das Caldeiras

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Casa das Caldeiras is an industrial building from the 1920s, that used to function as electrical energy generator for industries. Here the association ACCC – Associação Cultural Casa das Caldeira...
Casa das Rosas

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Casas das Rosas is a museum dedicated to poetry, literature, culture and the conservation of the bibliographic collection of poet Haroldo de Campos. The space features a program of activities, such a...
Casa de Francisca

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Musical space with a ten-year-long activity behind, Casa de Francisca has always been animated by a curatorship aimed to artistic commitment and musical diversity. In 2017, the institution changed...
Casa do Povo
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Casa do Povo

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Casa do Povo opened in 1953 as an initiative of Jews from Eastern Europe, in order to pursue new paths of cultural heritage “Yiddish”, in reference to the language spoken by these immigrants, and ...
Casa Nova Arte e Cultura Contemporanea

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Founded in 2014, the gallery is housed in a 300 square meters space in Jardim Paulista. It hosts a regular programme of exhibitions and events, inside and outside of their own exhibition spaces such a...
Courtesy of Casa Triangulo

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Inaugurated in 1988, in São Paulo, Casa Triângulo is one of the most known and respected galleries of contemporary art in Brazil. By stimulating exhibitions of both experimental and institutiona...
Courtesy of Central de Arte

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Central Galeria, in São Paulo, has been a space for exhibiting and debating about contemporary art since its foundation in 2010 . In 2018, it moved to a new location inside the historical building o...
Courtesy of CCBB

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

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Opened in 1982, the Centro Cultural of São Paulo – CCSP is the first example of post-modernism in Brazil: the proportion of the spaces is well distributed and the internal structural design re...
Courtesy of Choque Cultural

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Choque Cultural (Culture Shock) is a contemporary art gallery based in São Paulo and founded in 2004. Since its opening, the gallery has become internationally known for its strong links with out...
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 commu...
DAN Galeria
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Courtesy of DAN Galeria

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Located in São Paulo, DAN Galeria was founded in 1972. Its founders, J. Peter Cohn and Gláucia S. Cohn, aimed to promote in their space the main artists of the  Brazilian modern art landscape. ...
Espaço Parlapatões

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Espaço Parlapatões is one of the two spaces managed by the namesake group. Inaugurated in 2006, it hosts shows of the group, as well as from other national and international groups and companies. ...
Courtesy of Estação Pinacoteca

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Founded in 2004, Estação Pinacoteca is Pinacoteca do Estado’s space for  modern and contemporary art shows. It is located in a building that belonged to the Estrada de Ferro Sorocabana (Sorocab...
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel | Galeria

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Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel Galeria (formerly Galeria Forte Vilaça) is one of the three venues of this contemporary art gallery, directed by Márcia Fortes, Alessandra d'Aloia, and Alexandre Gabriel...
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel | Galpão

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Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel is a contemporary art gallery, directed by Márcia Fortes, Alessandra d'Aloia, and Alexandre Gabriel, which organizes exhibitions and lectures. Fortes D'Aloia & Gab...
Galeria Frente

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Opened in 2015 by Acacio Lisboa in the Jardins neighborhood, Galeria Frente features works by renowned national and international artists. The aim of the gallery is to highlight the work of great B...
Courtesy of Galeria Jaqueline Martins

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Galeria Jaqueline Martins is a space for research, documentation and presentation of contemporary artistic production. It proposes collaborative curatorial strategies that foster dialogue between diff...
Galeria Leme
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Courtesy of Galeria Leme

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Opened in 2004, Galeria Leme has promoted ever since an innovative program, including both international and local artists who work with a wide range of media.  In its researching of international ...
Galeria Luisa Strina

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Galeria Luisa Strina was born from the experience as merchant of Luisa Strina, that opened her own gallery in 1974. In more than forty years of history, Strina worked with influential artists and co...
Galeria Lume
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Galeria Lume

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Galeria Lume, founded in 2011, is directed by Felipe Hegg, Paulo Kassab Jr. and Victoria Zuffo, with the goal of enhancing contemporary art production processes, in dialogue with artists and guest c...
Exhibition view; Courtesy of Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri

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Galeria Marcelo Guarneri begun its activity back in the 80s with the first exhibition space located in Riberirão Preto. In 2014, a second gallery opened in São Paulo. The spaces have become a re...
Courtesy of Galeria Marília Razuk

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Galeria Marilia Razuk plays an important role in representing both emerging and famous national and international artists who work with different languages. The gallery headed by Marilia Razuk counts...
Courtesy of Galeria Millan

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Founded in 1986, Galeria Millan has always promoted the dialogue among different artistic currents and between contemporary artists and the modern ones who influenced them. This commitment results ...
Courtesy of Lourdina Jean Rabieh

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Galeria Rabieh, located in São Paulo, was founded by Lebanon born and naturalised Brazilian Lourdina Jean Rabieh. Since its birth the space has faced great changes: the renovation conducted in 2014 u...
Courtesy of Galeria Raquel Arnaud.

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Founded in 1973, Galeria Raquel Arnaud has played an important role in the investigation of Contemporary Art in Brazil and abroad focussing on constructive art, sculpture, installation, kinetic art, p...
Galeria Superfície

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Founded by business partners Gustavo Nóbrega and Daniele Dal Col, Galeria Superfície develops career plans for each of the artist it represents, focused on the moment they are experiencing and on th...
Museu do Homem do Nordeste Jonathas de Andrade Exposição individual, Galeria Vermelho. 2013. Photo by Edouard Fraipont

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Founded in 2002, Galeria Vermelho established itself as one of the main points of creation and dissemination of contemporary art in Brazil. More than just an exhibition space, Vermelho catalyzes wh...
Courtesy of Galeria Virgílio

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Izabel Pinheiro opened Galeria Virgílio in 2002 and represents young contemporary artists and artists who have emerged chiefly since the 1980’s. Galeria Virgílio schedule includes the art producti...
Galpão VB
Non-Profit
Galpão VB. Courtesy of Associação Cultural Videobrasil

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Opened in 2015 to promote the video collection of Associação Cultural Videobrasil, the Galpão VB hosts exhibitions, actions, reflection, meetings and research focusing on production from the global...
Hermes
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Hermes

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Hermes visual arts is a contemporary and independent art space, which embraces 2 studios, an art residency, a classroom and an exhibition room integrated with the garden. In this artist-run space, ...
Courtesy of Casa de Vidro

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Instituto Bardi / Casa de Vidro was created in 1990 and its mission is to preserve and make known the work of Lina Bo and Pietro Maria Bardi through exhibitions, publications, videos, lectures, c...
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...
IMS Paulista, Credit: Pedro Vannucchi/ IMS

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The Instituto Moreira Salles (IMS) is a non-profit organization which distinguishes itself for its diffused presence on three Brazilian states, with cultural centers in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and ...
Courtesy of Instituto Tomie Ohtake

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The Instituto Tomie Ohtake opened in 2001 as a tribute to the namesake artist, and it is specially conceived, both architectonically and conceptually, to host local and international exhibits, whi...
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
Cultural Institutions
Istituto Italiano di Cultura

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The Instituto Italiano di Cultura of São Paulo is a point of reference for the Italians or their descendants living in Brazil, constituting an important link with the culture of origin of these com...
Itaú Cultural
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Itaú Cultural

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Itaú Cultural is an institute which has been operating as a cultural benchmark in Brazil for more than 25 years. Its aim is to spread the knowledge about the arts in Brazil and to originate pract...
Japan House
Cultural Institutions
Japan House Sao Paulo

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Japan house is a cultural institution dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary Japanese society through art, culture and technology. The institution has other branches in Los Angeles, London ...
Courtesy of Luciana Brito Galeria

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Luciana Brito Galeria is a showcase for Brazilian and international Contemporary Art. It has expanded support for artistic production beyond the commercial aspects, believing in the autonomy of creati...
Memorial da América Latina

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Founded in 1989, the Memorial of Latin America is a cultural center, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and developed by the anthropologist Darcy Ribeiro. It is a monument to the cultural, political, economic...
Courtesy of Mendes Wood

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Founded in 2010 by partners Felipe Dmab, Matthew Wood and Pedro Mendes, Mendes Wood DM exhibit international and Brazilian artists with concern for regional difference and individuation while foste...
Courtesy of Museu Afro Brasil

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Located in the Pavilion Padre Manuel da Nóbrega built by Oscar Neymeyer in the Ibirapuera Park, Museu Afro Brasil is a public institution fostering the acknowledgment of black people in Brazil an...
Photo by Nelson Kon

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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, g...
Courtesy of MIS

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Opened in 1970, the Museu da Imagem e do Som – MIS was founded as a result of a project conducted in the 1960s by Brazilian intellectuals, such as Ricardo Cravo Albin, Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes...
Courtesy of Museu de Arte Brasileira MAB-Centro

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The Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado Museum of Brazilian Arts (MAB-FAAP)'s collection includes over three thousand Brazilian works of art such as photographs, sculptures, engravings, paintings, ...
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The Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado's Museum of Brazilian Arts (MAB-FAAP) presents a collection of over three thousand Brazilian works of art such as photographs, sculptures, engravings, paintin...
Courtesy of MAC USP

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The Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo (USP) was created in 1963 when the University of São Paulo received the collection of the former MAM of São Paulo, formed by the co...
Courtesy of MASP

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Founded in 1947 by Assis Chateaubriand and Pietro Maria Bardi, MASP is considered the most important museum of European Art in the southern hemisphere with its collection of over 8,000 works of art...
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 comprises over 5,000 works by ...
Photo Everton Ballardin © Galeria Nara Roesler

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Galeria Nara Roesler is a leading contemporary art gallery, representing established Brazilian artists, as well as mid career artists. Founded by Nara Roesler in 1989 and led by Nara with Alexandre an...
Oca Parque Ibirapuera
Cultural Institutions
Oca

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Oca building is a more than 10 thousands square meters exhibition space inside the Ibirapuera Park. Formerly it was home to the Aeronautics Museum of São Paulo and the Museum of Folklore. Since Jun...
Courtesy of OC Oswald de Andrade

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OC Oswald da Andrade is one of the four Oficinas Culturais (Cultural Workshops) established by the Culture Department of the State of São Paulo as part of a project aimed to spread culture among the ...
Paço das Artes
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Paço das Artes

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The institution Paço das Artes acts in the cultural sphere of São Paulo with an experimental calling and a multidisciplinary approach that stands out from its program of contemporary art exhibitions...
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 is a non-profit cultural organization and an independent space for art and research, which try to spread artists’ ideas and proposals. It tries to enhance the peculiarities of each project,...
Sé Galeria
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Exposition view. Courtesy of Galeria Sé. Photo by Pedro Victor Brandão

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Galeria Sé was founded by businessman Marcelo Tilkian Maia and independent curator Maria Montero. The gallery aims to raise a new audience for artists and works that express a conceptual view of co...
Sesc 24 de Maio
Cultural Institutions
Sesc 24 de Maio

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Designed by the architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the building of Sesc 24 de Maio is part of the Sesc network which counts 39 seats located all over the São Paulo state. The aim of this private in...
Sesc Avenida Paulista

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Sesc Avenida Paulista was the last building to inaugurate in the network of Sesc cultural centres. It hosts a wide range of activities such as art exhibitions, music concerts, spectacles and plays,...
Sesc Belenzinho
Non-Profit
Courtesy of SESC Belenzinho

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In the State of São Paulo, Sesc has 32 cultural centres, a TV station (SescTV), a web portal (SescSP), a publishing house (Edições SescSP), a record label that produces DVDs and CDs (Selo Sesc) and...
Sesc Bom Retiro
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Sesc Bom Retiro

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Sesc Bom Retiro is part of the Sesc network of cultural centres, which mean to act significally in the field of culture and its manifestations, to reach all the audiences. Situated in the central d...
Sesc Campo Limpo
Cultural Institutions
Sesc Campo Limpo

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Sesc Campo Limpo is a cultural and sport centre which performs actions in the fields of art, leisure, health, permanent education, food, citizenship, new technologies and quality of life. Its wide...
Sesc Consolação
Cultural Institutions
Sesc Consolação

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Inaugurated in 1967, Sesc Consolação is one of the Sesc centres, that are dedicated to culture, sport, nutrition, health, education and social tourism. The building was designed by the architect ...
Sesc Ipiranga
Cultural Institutions
Sesc Ipiranga

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Sesc Ipiranga offers a wide program of activities month by month to satisfy visitors of all ages. The activities performed in this centre range from courses to concerts and exhibitions, to physical t...
Sesc Pinheiros
Art cluster
Sesc Pinheiros

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Sesc Pinheiros opened its doors in the namesake neighborhood of São Paulo back in 2004, as one of the centres founded by Sesc - Serviço Social do Comércio, to improve the quality of life of the emp...
Sesc Pompeia
Non-Profit
Courtesy of SESC

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Sesc (Serviço Social do Comércio – Social Service of the Commerce) was created by the commerce, services and tourism sector in 1946, within a project of cultural and educational innovation. Ses...
Sesc Vila Mariana
Cultural Institutions
Courtesy of Sesc Vila Mariana

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Sesc Vila Mariana is a cultural and gathering centre located in the namesake district of the city of São Paulo. The building was designed by architect Jerônimo Esteves Bonilha, to host specific...
Tapera Taperá
Non-Profit
Tapera Taperá

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Tapera Taperá is a non-profit experimental space that presents itself as a library, bookstore and cultural centre. The aim of this unconventional enterprise is to promote literary and cultural act...
Teatro de Contêiner Mungunzá

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Teatro de Contêiner Mungunzá arises from the need of the theatre company The Cia. Mungunzá de Teatro to find a place to host their activities. Through a partnership with the municipality, an emp...
Teatro Oficina
Non-Profit
Teatro Oficina

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The Teatro Oficina Uzyna Uzona  has reflected sixty years of Brazilian history: during the 60s it staged works that revolutionized modern Brazilian dramaturgy, to be exiled during the lead years o...
Tofiq House
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Tofiq House

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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
Foundations
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
Non-Profit
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
Non-Profit
Vila Itororó Canteiro Aberto

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Itororó Village was designed by Francisco de Castro within the environment of the city of São Paulo, in constant transformation. The site is under construction, subjected to a process of renewal whi...
Courtesy of Zipper Galeria

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Founded by Fabio Cimino in 2010, Zipper Galeria, works on the promotion of emerging and mid-career Brazilian talents into the market so that a new generation of artists may be consolidated. In 20...
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