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ART GUIDE IMMERSION PROGRAMME S達o Paulo Inhotim 2012


We are delighted that you could join us for six days in Brazil with scheduled visits to SĂŁo Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Inhotim.

We hope this will give you the opportunity to learn more about these cities’ art scenes, meet local professionals and stimulate new international projects with our artists, galleries, museums and curators that will take Brazilian art beyond domestic borders.

WELCOME TO BRAZIL

The ABACT/Apex-Brasil Project was started in 2007 with the core intention of promoting Brazilian contemporary art and culture and creating opportunities for projects abroad. Over the years we have grown to a total of 40 galleries, representative of 7 Brazilian states. Today, the project is a partnership between ABACT (Brazilian Association of Contemporary Art) and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency) and we are working solidly to grow our group of members and support of interesting projects. We have drawn up this visitor guide especially for your trip and hope it will be useful. You will find your day-byday itinerary, contact details, maps and brief texts on the events you will be attending and the local circuit. Please do not hesitate to contact our local Manager, Monica Novaes Esmanhotto, with any questions that may arise, her contact details are at the end of this guide. We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to exchanging ideas and impressions over the course of your stay.


ABACT/Apex-Brasil Project | A brief overview..... 8-15 Art in Focus: SP Arte and Inhotim.......................16-23

SP Arte....................................................18-20

Inhotim.....................................................21-23 Your Itinerary Day by Day – São Paulo................24-49

INDEX

Itinerary....................................................24-27 Maps.......................................................28-49 Your Itinerary Day by Day – Inhotim.....................50-63 Itinerary....................................................50-51 Maps.......................................................52-63 ABACT/Apex-Brasil Project Galleries..................64-74 Notes.................................................................75-97 Credits................................................................ 98


A BRIEF OVERVIEW The announcement of the

2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, a proved resistance

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to the global economic crises, a notoriously warm people and breathtaking landscapes; Brazil is in the good graces of the international press, travellers, entrepreneurs and businesses. It seems that if projections keep to their current trend, the country can look forward to several years of a steady growth in the economy and excellent brand value. Naturally, the art world is accompanying market trends and last year, Christie’s record hammer price at $1.7m for a living Latin American artist (a Brazilian) reverberates into a fast changing and promising future for Brazilian Contemporary Art. Domestically, since the mid-nineties, Brazil’s art scene has consistently shown signs of development with the arrival of art fairs, new exhibition spaces, museums and improved existing sites throughout the country.

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São Paulo Complex and alluring, São Paulo is an

Arguably one of the city’s most important exhibition

hub of the country, São Paulo, like most megalopolises,

space Estação Pinacoteca are in the heart of São

acquired taste. Unrivaled as the cultural and economic requires a lifetime to conquer and two to truly get to know all of it. The unplanned voracity with which it developed in the past and continues to in the present, stimulates a fast paced and volatile relationship with venues and environments. One of the few consistencies are wellestablished exhibition spaces - that is not to undermine the fact that never before have we seen so many new exhibition spaces and galleries opening up in São Paulo (which will endure the tests of time, is every man’s bet). During your short stay you will have the opportunity to visit a few different parts of town and hopefully start to piece together an image of the most important capital in Latin America. Your itinerary foresees visits to museums, exhibition centres and an unique urban art site: Instituto Tomie Ohtake named after Brazil’s most

established Japanese-Brazilian artist and designed by one of her sons, Ruy Ohtake, this exhibition space holds interesting contemporary art  shows. The pink and purple office towers above it pierce the western skyline and the course of much discussion amongst paulistanos (local residents). There are three shows on, during your visit: a

venues, The Pinacoteca do Estado and its adjacent

Paulo’s old city centre. The former houses in a large brick building adjacent to Parque da Luz, a small park

dotted with sculptures at its top end and “colourful urban types” at the bottom, was remodelled by Brazilian Pritzker prize winner, Paulo Mendes da Rocha. The latter, a short walking distance away, across the Luz station train tracks, is housed in a building famous for having confined political prisoners during the dictatorship. Beautifully remodelled, all that remains of that time is a small confinement area which serves as a memorial and the prime exhibition space holds the Nemirovsky collection, one of the most important Brazilian modernist surveys. During your stay, in the temporary exhibition space, a seductive show on Lygia Pape, Espaço Imantado. On show her unique piece - T-téia.

Phosphorus is an alternative exhibition space that houses artist studios and temporary exhibitions. The

large historic house makes this space a unique venue in which to show young artists who are not yet consolidated in the mainstream exhibition circuit. On show: Niche Niche Kore Ko Niche - Raquel Uendi, Ana Mazzei,

solo show with twelve works by Marco Maggi; a group

Hugo Frasa and guests.

show, Teimosia da Imaginação curated by Rodrigo Naves

Centro Cultural São Paulo is a large complex,

and Germana-Mór and a solo show of  Ana Prata’s work.

which houses exhibitions, theatre performances, a

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large library and music concerts. The 46.500m2 of concrete, iron and glass is located  between São

Other recommended venues: MAM-SP (Museum of Modern Art), MASP (São Paulo Art Museum), MAC

Paulo’s chinatown (Liberdade) and one of the city’s

USP, MAC-Ibirapuera (Museum of Contemporary Art

most important thoroughfares - Avenida 23 de Maio.

at two different venues), Itaú Cultural, MIS (Museum of

The striking architecture is seductive in its intelligent use

Sound and Moving Image), Paço das Artes & Centro

of the sites topography and one outs of its four storeys

Cultural Banco do Brasil.

is above ground. On show in May: Antonio Malta

& Erika Verzutti; Storyboard: José Damasceno - monográficas and the group show on prints -

Matrizes da Gravura with artists:  Maria Bonomi, Renina Katz and Antonio Henrique Amaral amongst others.

Beco do Grafite has become an iconic street art sighting spot. Down an alleyway, in the heart of Vila Madalena

district, you will see the highest concentration of graffiti in this part of town. A neighborhood that originally housed university accommodation and bohemian creatives, decades later “Vila” as it is known, is totally gentrified, perhaps to a slight loss of charming edginess, but to the benefit of real-estate and great bars, shops, restaurants and galleries and at no loss to street art, which is revered here. Centro Universitário Maria Antonia is an exhibition

space that is part of the São Paulo state University -

USP. On show: Fabio Miguez, Guto Lacaz, Thiago Rocha Pitta, Patrícia Osses and André Rigatti.

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Belo Horizonte Surrounded by mountains

use of cement and glass and is most admired for its

beautiful horizon) is Brazil’s third largest city (after São

never built and the casino, inspired by Le Corbusier

and rich farming land, Belo Horizonte (which means Paulo and Rio de Janeiro). Capital of Minas Gerais

charming view and strategic location. The hotel was and more rigid than the other structures in the complex,

state, the region was strategic in the 17th and 18th

houses the Pampulha museum today.

centuries for gold mining - activity which lends its name

The Pampulha Museum (MAP) has become

to the state (minas = mines and gerais = general). Brazil’s most iconic historic (Baroque) cities are a few hundred kilometres away, as is their antithesis, the contemporary art and botanical centre, Inhotim (which you can read more about overleaf). A planned city, portions of Belo Horizonte are built on a grid and

an inspirational and important venue for showing contemporary art. Its scholarship residency programme is a great hunting ground for the next generation of up

and coming artists. On show during your visit:  Lição de Coisas - Nydia Negromonte

one of its most interesting cultural and architectonic landmarks, is in Pampulha, a building complex designed by Oscar Niemeyer (1942-44) by commission of, then mayor and future president, Juscelino Kubitschek. With the intention of developing the northern district of Pampulha, Niemeyer’s project foresaw the building of a church, a dance hall, a casino, a club and a hotel surrounding the pre-existing man-made lake. The São Francisco de Assis church (or Pampulha church) was inspired on the vaulted structures of hangars and to this day it is still seen as one of Niemeyer’s most iconic constructions. Its tiled facade in blue and white pictures St Francis Assisi, by the hand of Cândido Portinari. The dance hall, located on a tiny island on the lake, keeps to the iconic sinuous contours, the

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ART IN FOCUS: sp arte & INHOTIM Your six day visit to Brazil is anchored on the 8th edition of SP-Arte (São Paulo art fair), and a visit to the unique contemporary art and botanical centre, Inhotim, in Minas Gerais state. Albeit different in nature and purposes, these two moments on your trip are solid examples of the expansion of the art market and contemporary art’s widening scope and appeal in the country.

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SP ARTE The largest art fair in the country, SP

Arte is today, arguably, Latin America’s most important

event of its kind. Since its inception it has held a pioneering role in establishing new benchmarks for the local market and its players, alongside offering an impeccable platform for galleries to showcase their artists and an alluring event for visitors. Out of a total of one hundred and ten this

ABACT/APEX-BRASIL PROJECT GALLERIES IN SP ARTE > A Gentil Carioca > Almacen Galeria de Artes

year, the vast majority of exhibitors are local, from São

> Amparo 60 Galeria de Arte

Paulo - forty-eight this year - followed by representatives

> Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte

from the country’s second largest cultural hub, Rio de Janeiro – twenty three in this edition. These statistics are a clear indication of where the country’s economic and cultural pulls lie and have stimulated international galleries

> Artur Fidalgo Galeria > Baró Galeria > Bolsa de Arte de Porto Alegre

to showcase their artists in São Paulo to the fast-growing

> Celma Albuquerque Galeria de Arte

audience interested in acquiring and experiencing art.

> Choque Cultural

This year, for the first time, SP-Arte filters up into the third floor of the Bienal building, occupying a total fifteen thousand square metres. A highlight in this edition is the innovative project created and coordinated by curator Adriano Pedrosa – a curatorial lab for up-and-coming

> Galeria Berenice Arvani > Galeria de Arte Luisa Strina > Galeria de Arte Raquel Arnaud > Galeria Fortes Vilaça

professionals. Young curators were invited to submit

> Galeria Laura Marsiaj

exhibition projects based on artists represented by SP Arte

> Galeria Leme

galleries. Pedrosa and Inhotim curator, Rodrigo Moura, selected four finalists who will present their proposed shows on the second floor of the Bienal. In addition to the education programme, Pedrosa will conduct talks with curators, collectors and gallery professionals Friday 10th through Sunday 13th May.

> Galeria LOGO > Galeria Mendes Wood > Galeria Millan > Galeria Moura Marsiaj > Galeria Murilo Castro

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> Galeria Nara Roesler > Galeria Oscar Cruz > Galeria Silvia Cintra + Box 4 > Galeria Virgílio > Lemos de Sá Galeria de Arte > Luciana Brito Galeria > Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea > Marilia Razuk Galeria de Arte > Mercedes Viegas Arte Contemporânea > Referência Galeria de Arte > SIM Galeria de Arte Ltda > Vermelho > Ybakatu Espaço de Arte > Zipper Galeria

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INHOTIM The vibrancy of Brazil’s exuber-

ant flora dotted with first class, large scale, installations specially commissioned for this site and individual artist

BRAZILIAN ARTISTS IN THE INHOTIM COLLECTION > Adriana Varejão

> Rubens Mano

unique institution and more pointedly, an unforgettable

> Albano Afonso

> Saint Clair Cemin

experience, in the heart of the Minas Gerais state coun-

> Alexandre da Cunha

> Sandra Cinto

> Amilcar de Castro

> Tunga

> Artur Barrio

> Valeska Soares

by some of the most exciting artists working from the

> Cao Guimarães

> Vik Muniz

1960s onwards. Olafur Eliasson, Dan Graham, Franz

> Cildo Meireles

> Waltércio Caldas

pavilions and exhibition galleries, make of Inhotim a

tryside, one hour drive from Belo Horizonte. The visionary project created by collector Bernardo Paz houses works selected by curators Rodrigo Moura and Jochen Volz

Ackermann and Matthew Barney, are a few of the international stars that share the rolling green hills of Inhotim with Brazilian artists Adriana Varejão, Miguel Rio Branco, Tunga and Cildo Meireles, to name a few. A total five

> Cinthia Marcelle > Edgard de Souza > Ernesto Neto

hundred artworks, by some one hundred artists, form

> Hélio Oiticica

the collection, a continually evolving and growing body

> Neville d’Almeida

of works. Four galleries house temporary exhibitions that follow the general premise of the institution: no rigid chronological, geographical or linear framework. Here, art is interspersed with exceptional botanical specimens,

> Rivane Neuenschwander > Roberto Burle Marx

their layout harmoniously stimulates visitors to make their

> Rochelle Costi

own connections and assessments, from experience.

> Rosângela Rennó

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5pm to 7pm - Welcome Drinks at Mendes Wood gallery

Suggested gallery openings (as of 7pm)

YOUR ITINERARY / DAY BY DAY SÃO PAULO

MAP H |16 1

Casa Triângulo - Mariana Palma (through 2nd June)

MAP E |20 1

Galeria Eduardo Fernandes - “Srinagar, Kashmir”, Fernando Arias, (through 16th June)

MAP D |24 1

Galeria LOGO - “Lux Tenebris”, BRUNO9LI, (through 2nd June)

MAP H |25 1

Galeria Luciana Brito - “Performances da Abstração” (through 30th June)

MAP D |26 1

Galeria Luisa Strina - Brian Griffiths / Alessandro Balteo Yazbeck / Edgard de Souza (through 9th June)

MAP E |28 1

Galeria Millan - “Flutuante Caiçara”, Rodrigo Bivar (through 26th May)

MAP E |29 1

Galeria Moura Marsiaj - Paulo Vivacqua, (through 9th June)

MAP H |30 1

Galeria Nara Roesler - “A Espiral e o Labirinto” José Patrício, (through 9th June)

MAP E |32 1

Galeria Raquel Arnaud - “A Revolução tem que ser feita pouco a pouco” &  Carlos Cruz Diez (through 23rd June)

MAP E |34 1

Galeria Virgílio - “Outro lugar” 12 photographers from Pará state (through 2nd June)

SÃO PAULO

MAP D 22

ITINERARY

Tuesday, May 8th

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10am - Estação Pinacoteca / Pinacoteca do Estado

MAP B | 52

12pm - Phosphorus lunch & coffee at Pátio do Colégio (downtown São Paulo)

MAP C | 62

1:30pm - Centro Cultural São Paulo

MAP H | 72

3pm - SP Arte

MAP D | 12

8pm - SP Arte departure for hotel

Thursday, May 10th MAP E | 82

10am - “Beco do Grafite” - street venue for grafitti viewing

MAP D | 92

11:15am - Fábio Faisal private collection

MAP F |11 2

12:30pm - Regina Pinho lunch

MAP H | 72

14:30pm - SP Arte

MAP D | 12

8pm - SP-Arte departure for Hotel

MAP I |10 2

9:30pm - Leave hotel for Galeria Vermelho hosted party

Suggested gallery opening (as of 8pm) MAP G |23 2

Galeria Leme: João Pedro Vale & Gustavo Von Ha (through 9th June)

MAP D | 12

9:30am - Hotel check-out

MAP B |12 2

10am - Centro Universitário Maria Antônia

MAP F |13 2

11:30am - Instituto Tomie Ohtake

MAP F |14 2

1pm - Luciana Brito lunch

ITINERARY

MAP A | 32

Friday, May 11th

Free Afternoon MAP D | 12

4:15pm - Hotel departure to Congonhas Airport (flight at 6:42pm)

SÃO PAULO

Wednesday, May 9th

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Quality Suites Imperial Hall Rua da Consolação, 3555 - Jardins

D 2

Galeria Mendes Wood Rua da Consolação, 3368 - Cerqueira César

A 3

Estação Pinacoteca Largo General Osório, 66 - Luz

A 4

Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo Praça da Luz - Bom Retiro

B 5

Phosphorus Rua Roberto Simonsen, 108 - Sé

C 6

Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) Rua Vergueiro, 1000 - Paraíso

H 7

SP Arte Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo Parque do Ibirapuera, Portão 3

E 8

Beco do Grafite Vila Madalena

D 9

Fábio Faisal’s Residence Rua Iucatã, 131 - Jardins

I 10

Galeria Vermelho Party Rua Brigadeiro Armando Trompowisky, 65 – Morumbi

F 11

Regina Pinho’s Residence Rua Ernesto Nazaré, 448 - Alto de Pinheiros

B 12

Centro Universitário Maria Antônia Rua Maria Antonia, 258 e 294- Vila Buarque

F 13

Instituto Tomie Ohtake Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 201 - Pinheiros

F 14

Luciana Brito’s Residence R. Ernesto Nazaré, 49 - Alto de Pinheiros

SÃO PAULO

D 1

LOCATIONS

MAP | ITINERARY

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15

3

4 MAP A

MAPS

22

MAP B

21 20 18 28 8

MAP F

11

14

13

32 29 34

17

33 24

2 9

23

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MAP D

1 35

26 19

MAP C

31 6

MAP H MAP G

30 27

16

31

25

MAP I

10

Sテグ PAULO

12

MAP E

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Sテグ PAULO

MAP A

22

33

15

3 4


Sテグ PAULO

12

5 35

MAP B


37

6

Sテグ PAULO

MAP C


MAP D

33

17

Sテグ PAULO

24 1

2

39

26

19

9 35


MAP E

18

21

20

8

Sテグ PAULO

28 17

32 24

41

29 34

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14

Sテグ PAULO

MAP F

11

13 43


23 45

Sテグ PAULO

MAP G


16

25

Sテグ PAULO

MAP H

30

27

47

31 7


Sテグ PAULO

10 49

MAP I


Saturday, May 12th 10am to 5:30pm - Visit Inhotim 5:45pm - Return to Belo Horizonte

Sunday, May 13th MAP L 1

10am - Hotel check-out

MAP L 5

11am - Pampulha Museum & Pampulha complex visit Individual departures

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ITINERARY

BELO HORIZONTE / INHOTIM

MAP M 2

8:15am  - Hotel Departure

BELO HORIZONTE

YOUR ITINERARY / DAY BY DAY

MAP L 1


MAP | ITINERARY

N 2

Inhotim Rua B, 20 - Inhotim, Brumadinho

O 3

Museu de Arte da Pampulha Av. Otacílio Negrão de Lima, 16.585 - Pampulha

O 4

Casa do Baile Av. Otacílio Negrão de Lima, 751 - Pampulha

O 5

Igreja da Pampulha Av. Dr Otacílio Negrão Lima, 3000, Pampulha

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LOCATIONS

Hotel Liberty Rua Paraíba, 1465 - Savassi

BELO HORIZONTE

L 1


3 5 4 MAP O

MAP M

8

MAP L

6 7 9 1

MAP N

2

belo horizonte

MAPS

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9

1 MAP L

7

BELO HORIZONTE

6

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BELO HORIZONTE

MAP M

8 59


belo horizonte

MAP N

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5 belo horizonte

MAP O

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REFERENCIA GALERIA DE ARTE DF | BRASÍLIA Contact: Onice Moraes de Oliveira SGCV, Lote 22, Lj 103 Brasília – DF | CEP 71215-100 T +55 61 3361-3501 referenciagaleria@gmail.com www.referenciagaleria.com.br

MG | BELO HORIZONTE

ABACT / Apex-Brasil Project Gallery Guide

MAP L 66

MAP L 75

CARMINHA MACEDO GALERIA DE ARTE

Contact: Carminha Macedo Rua Bernardo Guimarães, 1200 Belo Horizonte – MG | CEP 30140-081 T +55 31 3226 3712 administrativo@carminhamacedo.com.br www.carminhamacedo.com.br

CELMA ALBUQUERQUE GALERIA DE ARTE

Contact: Lucio Albuquerque Rua Antonio de Albuquerque, 885 Belo Horizonte – MG | CEP 30112-001 T +55 31 3227 6494 | 3287 3828 lucio@galeriaca.com www.galeriaca.com MAP M 85

MANOEL MACEDO GALERIA

Contact: Manoel Macedo Rua Lima Duarte, 158 Belo Horizonte – MG | CEP 30710-470 T +55 31 3411 1012 mmgaleria@veloxmail.com.br

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MAP L 95

MG | NOVA LIMA

PE | RECIFE

GALERIA MURILO CASTRO

Contact: Murilo Castro Rua Antonio de Albuquerque, 377 Cj 02 Belo Horizonte – MG | CEP 30112-010 T +55 31 3287-0110 murilo@murilocastro.com.br www.murilocastro.com.br

LEMOS DE SÁ GALERIA DE ARTE Contact: Beatriz Lemos de Sá Avenida Canadá, 147 Nova Lima – MG | CEP 34000-000 T +55 31 3261 3993 lemosdesagaleria@gmail.com www.lemosdesagaleria.com

AMPARO 60 GALERIA

Contact: Lúcia Santos Avenida Domingos Ferreira, 92A Recife – PE | CEP 51021-040 T 55 81 3033 6060 galeria@amparo60.com.br www.amparo60.com.br

GALERIA MARIANA MOURA

Contact: Mariana Moura Rua Professor José Brandão, 163 Recife – PE | CEP 51020-180 T +55 81 3465 5602 mariana@marianamoura.com.br www.marianamoura.com.br

PR | CURITIBA

SIM GALERIA DE ARTE

Contact: Guilherme and Laura Simões de Assis Al. Presidente Taunay, 130 Curitiba – PR | CEP 80420-180 T +55 41 3322 1818 contato@simgaleria.com.br www.simgaleria.com

YBAKATU ESPAÇO DE ARTE Contact: Tuca Nissel Rua Francisco Rocha, 62, loja 06 Curitiba – PR | CEP 80420-130 T +55 41 3264 4752 tuca@ybakatu.com.br www.ybakatu.com.br

A GENTIL CARIOCA RJ | RIO DE Contact: Márcio Botner JANEIRO Rua Gonçalves Ledo, 17, sobrado

Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 20060-020 T +55 21 2222 1651 botner@agentilcarioca.com.br www.agentilcarioca.com.br

ALMACEN GALERIA

Contacts: Edson Thebaldi Avenida Ayton Senna, 2150, Bl G, Ljs F/M Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22775-900 T +55 21 3325 3322 | 3325 8622 edson@almacen.com.br www.almacen.com.br

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ANITA SCHWARTZ GALERIA DE ARTE Contact: Anita Schwartz Rua José Roberto Macedo Soares, 30 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22470-100 T +55 21 2540 6446 | 2274 3873 anita@anitaschwartz.com.br www.anitaschwartz.com.br

ARTUR FIDALGO GALERIA Contact: Artur Fidalgo

Rua Siqueira Campos, 143, 2o piso, Ljs 147/150 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22031-900 T +55 21 2549 62 78 contato@arturfidalgo.com.br www.arturfidalgo.com.br GALERIA LAURA MARSIAJ Contact: Laura Marsiaj Rua Teixeira de Melo 31C Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22410-010 T +55 21 2513 2074 laura@lauramarsiaj.com.br www.lauramarsiaj.com.br LUCIANA CARAVELLO ARTE CONTEMPORANEA Contact: Luciana Caravello Rua Barão de Jaguaribe, 387 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22421-000 T +55 21 3439 2558 | 2523 4696 luciana@lucianacaravello.com.br www.lucianacaravello.com.br

MERCEDES VIEGAS ARTE CONTEMPORANEA Contact: Mercedes Viegas

Rua João Borges, 86 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22451-100 T +55 21 2294 4305 mercedes@mercedesviegas.com.br www.mercedesviegas.com.br

PROGETTI

Contacts: Paola Colacurcio Travessa do Comércio, 22 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 20010-080 T +55 21 2221 9893 paola@progettirio.com alessandro@progettirio.com www.progettirio.com

SILVIA CINTRA + BOX4

Contacts: Silvia Cintra Rua das Acácias, 104 Rio de Janeiro – RJ | CEP 22451-060 T +55 21 2521 0426 scintra@silviacintra.com.br www.silviacintra.com.br

BOLSA DE ARTE DE PORTO ALEGRE RS | Contact: Marga Pasquali Kroeff PORTO ALEGRE Rua Visconde do Rio Branco, 365 Porto Alegre – RS | CEP 90220-231 T +55 51 3332 6799 | 3331 6459 bolsadearte@bolsadearte.com.br www.bolsadearte.com.br

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SP | SÃO PAULO MAP A 15 5

MAP H 16 2

BARÓ GALERIA

Contacts: Maria Baró Rua Barra Funda, 216 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01152-000 T +55 11 3666 6489 info@barogaleria.com www.barogaleria.com

CASA TRIÂNGULO

Contact: Ricardo Trevisan Rua Paes de Araújo, 77 São Paulo – SP | CEP 04531-090 T +55 11 3167 5621 | 3168 1640 ricardo@casatriangulo.com www.casatriangulo.com MAP D 17 2

MAP E 20 2

MAP E 21 2

GALERIA FORTES VILAÇA Contacts: Márcia Fortes and Alessandra D’Aloia Rua Fradique Coutinho, 1500 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05416-001 T +55 11 3032 7066

MAP A 22 2

Rua James Holland, 71 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01138-000 T +55 11 3392 3942 | 3392 5969 galeria@fortesvilaca.com.br www.galeriafortesvilaca.com.br

CHOQUE CULTURAL Contact: Baixo Ribeiro Rua João Moura, 997

São Paulo – SP | CEP 05412-002 T +55 11 3061 4051 MAP E 18 2

Rua Medeiros de Albuquerque, 250 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05436-060 baixo@choquecultural.com.br www.choquecultural.com.br

MAP D 19 2

GALERIA BERENICE ARVANI Contact: Berenice Arvani Rua Oscar Freire, 540 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01426-000 T +55 11 3088 2843 | 3082 1927 berenice@berenicearvani.com www.galeriaberenicearvani.com

GALERIA EDUARDO FERNANDES Contact: Eduardo Fernandes Rua Harmonia, 145 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05435-000 T +55 11 3812 3894 | 3032 6380 info@galeriaeduardohfernandes.com www.galeriaeduardohfernandes.com

MAP G 23 2

GALERIA LEME Contact: Eduardo Leme Av. Valdemar Ferreira, 130 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05501-000 T +55 11 3093 8184 eduardo@galerialeme.com www.galerialeme.com

MAP D 24 2

GALERIA LOGO Contacts: Carmo Marchetti Rua Arthur Azevedo, 401 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05404-010 T +55 11 3062-2381 carmomarchetti@galerialogo.com www.galerialogo.com

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MAP H 25 2

LUCIANA BRITO GALERIA Contact: Luciana Brito Rua Gomes de Carvalho, 842 São Paulo – SP | CEP 04547-003 T +55 11 3842 0634 | 3842 0635 lucianabrito@lucianabritogaleria.com.br www.lucianabritogaleria.com.br

MAP D 26 2

GALERIA LUISA STRINA Contact: Luisa Strina Rua Padre João Manoel, 755, Lj 02 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01411-000 T +55 11 3088 2471 | 3064 6391 luisastrina@galerialuisastrina.com.br www.galerialuisastrina.com.br

MAP H 27 2

GALERIA MARILIA RAZUK Contact: Marília Razuk Rua Jeronimo da Veiga, 62 and 131 São Paulo – SP | CEP 04536-000 T +55 11 3079 0853 | 3078 2749 contato@galeriamariliarazuk.com.br www.galeriamariliarazuk.com.br

MAP D 22

MENDES WOOD Contacts: Felipe Dmab Rua da Consolação, 3368 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01416-001 T +55 11 3081 1735 | 2528 6331 felipedmab@mendeswood.com www.mendeswood.com

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GALERIA MILLAN Contacts: André Millan and Socorro de Andrade Lima Rua Fradique Coutinho, 1360 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05416-001 T +55 11 3031 6007 andre@galeriamillan.com.br socorro@galeriamillan.com.br www.galeriamillan.com.br

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GALERIA MOURA MARSIAJ Contact: Laura Marsiaj and Mariana Moura Rua Mateus Grou, 618 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05415-040 T +55 11 3031 1061 laura@mouramarsiaj.com.br mariana@mouramarsiaj.com.br 73 www.mouramarsiaj.com.br

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GALERIA NARA ROESLER Contacts: Nara and Daniel Roesler Avenida Europa, 655 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01449-001 T +55 11 3063 2344 | 3088 0597 nararoesler@nararoesler.com.br daniel@nararoesler.com.br www.nararoesler.com.br

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GALERIA OSCAR CRUZ Contact: Oscar Cruz Rua Clodomiro Amazonas, 526 São Paulo – SP | CEP 04537-011 T +55 11 3167 0833 oscar@galeriaoscarcruz.com www.galeriaoscarcruz.com


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GALERIA RAQUEL ARNAUD Contact: Yannick Carvalho Rua Fidalga, 125 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05432-070 Telpehone: +55 11 3083 6322 | 3031 6007 yannick@raquelarnaud.com www.raquelarnaud.com

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GALERIA VERMELHO Contacts: Eliana Finkelstein and Eduardo Brandão Rua Minas Gerais, 350 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01244-010 T +55 11 3257 2033 | 3138 1520 eliana@galeriavermelho.com.br www.galeriavermelho.com.br

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GALERIA VIRGILIO Contact: Izabel Pinheiro Rua Dr. Virgílio de Carvalho Pinto, 426 São Paulo – SP | CEP 05415-020 T +55 11 2373 2999 artevirgilio@uol.com.br www.galeriavirgilio.com.br

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ZIPPER GALERIA Contacts: Fabio Cimino and Danilo Beltran Rua Estado Unidos, 1494 São Paulo – SP | CEP 01427-001 T +55 11 4306 4306 fabio@zippergaleria.com.br | danilo@zippergaleria.com.br www.zippergaleria.com.br


ABACT/Apex-Brasil Project

Supported by Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency) Production ABACT (Brazilian Association of Contemporary Art) Immersion Programme Partner SP ARTE

Institutional Partners Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Manager Mônica Novaes Esmanhotto

Contact Details Associação Brasileira de Arte Contemporânea | ABACT Rua Monte Alegre, 428 conj. 15 05014-000 São Paulo SP Brasil T +55 11 2365-0481 M +55 11 8264-1066 F +55 11 2365-0662 apexbrasil@abact.com.br www.abact.com.br

ART GUIDE

Editorial Coordinator Mônica Novaes Esmanhotto Content Camila Belchior Graphic Design HELIX Design, Branding.



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