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DE 19.May A 17.Sep 2018

Minimum, Multiple, Common

The exhibition brings together works by six artists from different generations and cultural circles: Amadeo Lorenzato (1900-1995), Chen Kong Fang (1931-2012), Eleonore Koch (1926-), Marina Rheingantz (1983), Patricia Leite (1955) and Vânia Mignone (1967). The paintings selected for the exhibition are characterized by simple, synthetic flat figurations, which often lie at the threshold of abstraction. […]

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DE 14.Apr A 02.Jul 2018

Emmanuel Nassar: 81-18

Starting April 14, Pinacoteca Estação hosts a retrospective of the Pará-born artist Emmanuel Nassar (Capanema, PA, 1949). Sponsored by Credit Suisse, Emmanuel Nassar: 81-18 opens the exhibition calendar of the Estação building, which is part of the Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum operated by the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture. Through his artwork, […]

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DE 24.Feb A 04.Jun 2018

Tunga: Tríade Trindade

For the first time ever, Pinacoteca São Paulo – the art museum of the State Secretariat of Culture – hosts Tríade Trindade (2001), a work by the artist Tunga, originally from Pernambuco. The piece was acquired in 2016 through Pinacoteca’s Patrons Program. It will be displayed in the Octógono starting February 24. The assembly is based […]

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DE 03.Mar A 16.Jul 2018

Hilma af Klint: Mundos Possíveis

Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture, opens on March 03 the exhibition “Hilma af Klint: Mundos Possíveis,” [Hilma af Klint: Possible Worlds]. It is the first exhibition of the 2018 calendar, and one of the year’s major highlights. Sponsored by Banco Bradesco and Ultra,  this solo exhibition […]

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DE 07.Mar A 01.Jan 2020

Tactile Gallery of Brazilian Sculptures

MAR 7, 2016 JAN 1, 2020 The Pinacoteca presents an exhibit with 12 tactile sculptures in bronze, which are part of the museum’s permanent collection. The selection of works was made considering the indication of visually impaired visitors who took part in guided tours of the museum’s collection in the last five years. Additionally, the […]

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DE 15.Oct A 31.Dec 2019

Arte in Brazil – A history at Pinacoteca de São Paulo

OCT 15, 2016 DEC 31, 2019 Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents its new long-term exhibit: Art in Brazil: A history at Pinacoteca São Paulo, which occupies the entire second floor of the building on Avenida Tiradentes, featuring works from its collection. This marks a new and distinguished stage in the century-long trajectory of the Pinacoteca, […]

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DE 01.Jan A 01.Dec 2020

Sculptures in Parque da Luz

JAN 1, 2016 DEC 1, 2020 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 […]

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DE 22.Oct A 26.Aug 2019

Art in Brazil: A history at Pinacoteca de São Paulo. José & Paulina Nemirovsky Gallery – Modern Art

OCT 22, 2016 AUG 26, 2019 Starting October 22, Pinacoteca de São Paulo, the art museum of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture, with the sponsorship of Banco Safra and Dafiti, presents the exhibit titled “Galeria José e Paulina Nemirovsky – Arte moderna” [“Jose & Paulina Nemirovsky Gallery – Modern Art”]. The show is […]

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DE 27.Aug A 26.Aug 2019

Arte in Brazil – Brazilian avant-garde of the 1960s

AUG 27, 2016 AUG 26, 2019 Starting August 27, Pinacoteca de São Paulo – the art museum of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture – hosts the exhibit titled “Arte no Brasil: Uma história na Pinacoteca de São Paulo. Vanguarda brasileira dos anos 1960 – Coleção Roger Wright” [“Art in Brazil: A history at […]

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