Explore the best ART in Sao Paulo through its best ART GALLERIES.
– Fortes Vilaça Gallery
Inaugurated in 2001, under the direction of Márcia Fortes, Alessandra d’Aloia, and Alexandre Gabriel, Galeria Fortes Vilaça presents a dynamic program in which Brazilian and foreign artists, young and established, create ambitious exhibitions. Group shows organized by guest curators are also frequent in the program. These collaborations also extend to lectures and publications. The Gallery participates in the leading international art fairs.
In the thirteen years of its existence, through encouraging new ideas and discourses developed by emerging or already established artists, Galeria Vermelho has secured its niche as an alternative to the widespread rigidity of commercial art spaces. A total of 90 different projects have already been presented on this huge wall, including paintings, collages, excavations, projections, installations and prospections.
– Mendes Wood Gallery
Mendes Wood DM was founded in 2010 by the partners Pedro Mendes, Matthew Wood and Felipe Dmab with the purpose to exhibit international and Brazilian artists in a context conducive to critical dialogue and cross-pollination.
– Baró Galeria
Baró Galeria opened its doors in 2010 and since then managed to establish itself as a reference on International art in the Brazilian art circuit. Directed by Spanish expatriate Maria Baró, the gallery is based in São Paulo on a 1,500m2 renovated warehouse in the burgeoning neighborhood of Santa Cecília. Baró Galeria aims to enhance the dialogue between artists, curators, collectors and cultural institutions.