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DE 31.Oct A 22.Mar 2021

Véxoa: We Know

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo museum, managed by the State of São Paulo Culture and Creative Economy Department, holds for the first time an exhibition of contemporary indigenous art, curated by indigenous researcher Naine Terena. Véxoa: We Know will bring together 23 artists/art collectives from several areas of the country, presenting paintings, sculptures, objects, videos, photographs and installations besides […]

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DE 15.Oct A 08.Feb 2021

Joan Jonas: Five Decades

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the Secretary of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, presents Joan Jonas: Five Decades, the first solo exhibition in South America by the American pioneer of performance and video art Joan Jonas. The exhibition is curated by Berta Sichel, and Jonas’ works will be […]

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DE 15.Oct A 04.Jan 2021

Hudinilson Jr.: Explicit

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo museum, managed by the São Paulo Culture and Creative Economy Secretariat, presents from October 15th to January 4th, 2021 the show Hudinilson Jr.: Explicit, which brings together 77 works drawn from a recent (and very significant) donation of 95 items handed over to the museum collection by the artist’s family and Jaqueline […]

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DE 15.Oct A 22.Feb 2021

OSGEMEOS: Segredos (Secrets)

The Pinacoteca de São Paulo museum, managed by the State of São Paulo Culture and Creative Economy Department displays, from October, 15, 2020 to February, 22, 2021, OSGEMEOS: Segredos [Secrets], the first panoramic exhibition of the artistic duo made up by brothers Otávio and Augusto Pandolfo (São Paulo, 1974). The exhibition, presented by Bradesco, gathers […]

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DE 01.Jan A 01.Dec 2020

Sculptures in Parque da Luz

Parque da Luz, also known as Jardim da Luz, has an area that measures approximately 113,000 square meters. Was created as a botanical garden by a Royal Order of the Portuguese Crown on November 19, 1798, and was opened to the public in 1825 as Jardim Botânico [Botanical] in Brazil’s Imperial period, becoming the first […]

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