Bergamin & Gomide was founded by Antonia Bergamin and Thiago Gomide in 2013, based in São Paulo. Since then, the gallery has been expanding its scope of work, currently covering artists national and international, associated with the Concrete, Neoconcrete and Conceptual Art movements, and represented artists, among them are Alex Cerveny, Francisco Brennand, José Resende, Lenora de Barros, Marcelo Cipis, Maria Lira Marques and Pedro Caetano. Recently the gallery opened its second exhibition venue just a few steps from its main venue, the Modernist house designed in 1933 by the artist and architect Flávio de Carvalho.
The gallery has the flexibility to work with a wide number of artists and exhibitions on different themes, periods and movements. Among the artists are Alfredo Volpi, Aluísio Carvão, Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato, Amilcar de Castro, Glauco Rodrigues, Hélio Oiticica, Ivan Serpa, Joseph Beuys, Lucio Fontana, Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape, Manfredo de Souzanetto, Marcel Giró, Maria Leontina, Martin Kippenberger, Mira Schendel, Nelson Leirner, Norberto Nicola, Oswaldo Goeldi, Raymundo Colares, Roberto Burle Marx, Sergio Camargo, Takesada Matsutani, Tunga, Waltércio Caldas e Willys de Castro.
Among the most relevant exhibitios, solo and group, highlighted: “E você nem imagina que Epaminondas sou eu” (2014), with works by Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato and curated by Rivane Neuenschwander and Alexandre da Cunha; “Atributos do Silêncio” (2015) curated by Felipe Scovino, “BEUYS” (2016) the first solo exhibition of the German artist in a Brazilian gallery; “Fabio Mauri (Senza Arte)” (2017), “Mira Schendel: Sarrafos e Pretos e Brancos” (2018), “Estratégias Conceituais” (2018); curated by Ricardo Sardenberg; “Antoni Tàpies” (2019); “Bruce Conner: Breakaway” (2019); Bruno Munari: Always a New Thing” (2020).
Bergamin & Gomide's main objectives are the valorization and internationalization of Brazilian art, promoted mainly through important international art fairs in which it the gallery takes parts, such as: the three Art Basel fairs, TEFAF, FIAC, among others. The commitment to the diversity and cultural expression of art is practiced through the elaboration of projects based on curatorial research and knowledge of the artists' paths, taking into account an approach aimed for a wide and plural audience. There are with these principles in mind that the gallery develops its exhibitions’ program and represented artists.