Pina Photo Album – 2017
Continuing the project that began last year, Pinacoteca is launching an album with works by renowned Brazilian artists and very close ties to the museum.
The Photo Album features 7 exclusive limited-edition works, donated especially to the Pinacoteca by the following artists: Albano Afonso, Sofia Borges, Rochelle Costi, Vik Muniz, Rosângela Rennó, Caio Reisewitz, and Marcelo Zocchio.
The albums are numbered from 1 to 50, and the photos can be framed or left in the package, in perfect conditions for storage and conservation.
The proceeds from the sale of the Albums will be 100% reverted to museum maintenance as well as for the purchase of a new work for the already rich collection of the Pinacoteca.
Only 50 collectors will have the privilege of enjoying, in their homes, these prints of original works by major artists of the Brazilian cultural scene, handpicked by the curatorial team of the Pinacoteca.
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The best way to start your collection. Indispensable for those who already collect!
Each Album consists of:
7 photographs of the invited artists: Albano Afonso, Sofia Borges, Rochelle Costi, Vik Muniz, Rosângela Rennó, Caio Reisewitz, and Marcelo Zocchio.
Exclusive print run of 50 + 8 P.A.
Approximate size of the works: 60×90 cm.
Printed on Hanehnemühle Photo Rag Baryta315g and Photo Rag 308g paper.
Certificate signed by the artist and the directors of Pina.
Packaging specially designed to facilitate transport and storage of the works.
Sales are made exclusively through Pinacoteca’s institutional channels.
The photographs may not be sold separately.
Special payment terms and discounts for donors of the Patrons and Friends programs in the categories: Supporter II and Culture.
To reserve your Album, please contact Juliana: email@example.com or call +55 (11) 3335-5366.
Sales will also take place at SP Arte, April 5–9, 2017, at Pavilhão da Bienal de São Paulo, Pinacoteca booth.
Click here to see the pictures of the 2017 Photo Album.
Engraving Album 2016
Launched in 2016, the first Pinacoteca Album was a top seller among collectors, critics and artists. Composed of 11 women artists with ties to Pinacoteca’s history, it was published to celebrate the Museum’s 110th anniversary.
With the proceeds from of the sale of this album, it was possible to acquire, for the Pinacoteca’s permanent collection, the work “Menino com bandolim” [“Boy with mandolin”] (1881–1892), by Belmiro de Almeida (Serra, MG, 1858 – Paris, France, 1935), currently on display on the second floor of Pina Luz.
Click here to see the images of the 2016 Engraving Album.