Exhibitions in São Paulo

BY EletriQ

23 December 2014
Exhibitions in São Paulo

In december, São Paulo is very less crowded than others months. Millions of cars leave the city in to countryside or beaches to celebrate the xmas and new years eve.


It’s a perfect opportunity to take a less stressed look for the attractions of the city, in special the art expositions.


We selected some of this attractions that you’ll regreat of lose:


The MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art of São Paulo) shows a huge installation of Henrique Oliveira that brings you inside holes like you’re a bug inside an underground tree root. It’s very cool.


Once you are already at MAC, you can visit the others 6 levels of the museum and should enjoy the 8 floor, where you have a stunning view of São Paulo City and Ibirapuera Park.
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Ron Mueck:
Ron Mueck is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in Britain. Grew up watching his parents build toys and his amazing work is exposed in São Paulo’s Pinacoteca till january.

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Salvador Dali:
Thomie Ohtake institute opened for the public the biggest retrospective exposition of Salvador Dali art in Brazil, till 11 january.

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Leonardo da Vinci:
The Fiesp’s theather Ruth Cardoso host an exposition that reveres Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), one of the greatest geniuses that mankind knew, a scholar who sought inspiration in the observation of reality, analyzing and understanding the phenomena of nature, as the movements of water and air, the metamorphoses of living beings and the different forms found in the natural world.


Leonardo da Vinci: the Nature of Invention, presents a fascinating set of designs, drawings and models produced in 1952 to the celebration of the fifth centenary of birth of Renaissance exponent.

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