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DE 07.Jul A 08.Oct 2018

Laura Lima: Tailor’s Shop

Laura Lima’s production reflects the complexity of social relations and individual and collective behaviors. Her works are often articulated through the physical presence of living beings – both human or animal –, who actively perform a protocol of situations established by the artist. Lima will occupy Pinacoteca’s Octagon exhibition space with a tailor’s workshop in operation, […]

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DE 04.Aug A 22.Oct 2018

Valeska Soares

This monographic exhibition by Brazilian artist Valeska Soares, with works from the 1980s to the present day, is part of the career review program promoted by the Pinacoteca. Established in New York since the early 1990s, Soares has sculpture as her first language, and belongs to an international group of artists that expanded the possibilities […]

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DE 18.Aug A 19.Nov 2018

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985

In an unprecedented way, the exhibition gives visibility to the practices of female artists who worked in the period of 1960 to 1985, which is key in the history of Latin American countries for the formulation of contemporary art. The exhibition brings together more than 200 works among photographs, videos and other experimental media, from […]

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DE 25.Aug A 10.Dec 2018

Collections in Dialogue: National Historical Museum and Pinacoteca of São Paulo

A presentation of a selection of works from the collection of the National Historical Museum (Rio de Janeiro, RJ). The exhibition constitutes an addition to the series of exhibitions held at the Pinacoteca that compose the Collections in Dialogue program, centered on bringing the Pinacoteca’s collection into confrontation with works coming from other related institutions, […]

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DE 08.Dec A 04.Mar 2019

Rosana Paulino

Rosana Paulino emerged in the Brazilian cultural scene in the mid-1990s, with a production focused on social, ethnic and gender issues. Her main subject is black women’s position in Brazilian society, and the various types of violence suffered by black people due to racism and the marks of slavery. The exhibition at the Pinacoteca is […]

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