The museum strategy implemented in the Castro Maya Museums was established through the definition of a triad for each of the museums to identify their specific cultural practice. The Chácara do Céu Museum is located in a house in Santa Tereza, known as Chácara do Céu, inherited by Castro Maya in 1936. It was demolished in 1954 and replaced by a residence designed by architect Wladimir Alves de Souza with modernist features. The museum holds temporary exhibitions and displays its collection of artworks, rare books, furniture and decorative pieces.
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Regina Silveira: Grafias e Bordados / Duelo
The exhibition Grafias e Bordados [Spellings and Embroidery] presents recent graphical pieces created...
10 Sep 2015 - 14 Dec 2015
Friends of Printmaking 2016 | Marcos Chaves
On the eve of leaving from Santa Teresa, where he was born and lived for more than five decades, Marcos...
14 May 2016 - 12 Sep 2016