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As a precautionary measure in our efforts to prevent the spreading of coronavirus, and out of respect for our clients, artists, staff and the general public, we have decided to postpone the show of artist José Bechara - Ways of condemning certainties. Additionally, the Gallery will close its doors to the public temporarily (both locations).


We will continue to work remotely and to service customers directly by appointment, via email, or by phone at +55 11 96082-3111 (sales) and +55 11 98630-5036 (other issues) - whatsapp available.


We thank you for your comprehension and we wish all adequate caution and good health. 

Bruno Faria is part of the collection of Pinacoteca de S. Paulo

Bruno Faria is part of the collection of Pinacoteca de S. Paulo

"Introduction to Brazilian Art History 1960/90" 

Installation, 2015

 

Introdução à História da Arte Brasileira 1960/90 is an installation consisting of 168 vinyl records starting from the 1960s to 1990s, records that had their covers developed by Brazilian visual artists such as Hélio Oiticica, Regina Vater, Guto Lacaz, Alex Flemming, etc. . The piece of work aims a convergence between visual arts and music,  presenting a significant crop of Brazilian history through this collection. The records are arranged to be selected and listened to. Through a record player, the public plays the records in this work. When the disc is removed from the shelf the artist’s name who performed the cover is revealed.

Rodrigo Bueno creates site specific for Hermès

Rodrigo Bueno creates site specific for Hermès

05.12.2019


Rodrigo Bueno opens a site specific created for Hermès store at Shopping Iguatemi, São Paulo.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

05.12.19 - 08.12.19


Galeria Marilia Razuk at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

Positions - P14

Vanderlei Lopes - Solo Show

at Miami Beach Convention Center

Vanderlei Lopes at MuBE SP

Vanderlei Lopes at MuBE SP

31.08.2019 - 03.11.2019


Vanderlei Lopes participates at "Ambiental Arte e Movimento" at MuBE, curated by Cauê Alves and Marcia Hirota. 

MuBE: Rua Alemanha, 221 Jd. Europa, São Paulo