Every year, SP-Arte gathers in São Paulo the most prestigious art galleries from the domestic and international scenario. Presenting an overview of modern and contemporary art, and serving as thermometer of the creative economy, the Fair brings in 2015, to Brazil’s cultural epicenter, 140 galleries, with 83 from Brazil and 57 from abroad, and 2,000 artists – translated in all different formats, such as painting, sculpture, print, photography, installation and video.



Main

97 galleries

Works by renowned and burgeoning artists alongside the curves of the epic building designed by Oscar Niemeyer during SP-Arte. The audience encounters experiences in multiple formats and scale, getting a taste of the current and enriching mosaic of the arts.
























































































































































Showcase

16 galleries

In this sector of the Fair, galleries showcase up to three names in the contemporary scene. With this, introducing new artists and their trajectories, providing interesting combinations and discoveries.
























































































































































Solo

12 galleries

Through individual exhibitions, the project develops as a platform of artistic reflection and research, combining voices of creators from different generations and promoting a rich mixture of artists and forms. The space is curated by Rodrigo Moura, director of Instituto Inhotim, and María Inés Rodriguez, director by CAPC (Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux).
























































































































































Open Plan

15 galleries
19 artists

Earmarked for sculptures, large installations and works that dialogue with the emblematic architecture of Oscar Niemeyer’s Pavilion, the exhibition of this sector transcends conventional models of fairs. The space is curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, critic and curator of the 12th Bienal de Cuenca in 2007, and responsible for Brazil’s official participation in the 52nd Biennale di Venezia of the same year.

 

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BLOOKS LIVRARIA

Blooks Livraria is a constant presence at important cultural events. Restating its strong relationship with artistic manifestations, the bookstore will present during SP-Arte an exclusive collection of titles and publications that encompass the best discussion about art, design and architecture in Brazil and beyond. Full of new publications, the bookstore’s shelves help unveil the challenges of today and tomorrow – in the arts and in the world. For the second time, it is the official bookstore of SP-Arte.

 

Check out the images of the Editorial Cluster


Publishers

9 Publishers

During the entire Fair, it is possible to enjoy a wide selection of publications on modern and contemporary art, as well as artist books at booths of the best-known publishing companies in the business. This section also includes a wide variety of new publications and autograph sessions with the participation of authors and creators.


BEI

São Paulo, Brazil


Cobogó

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Cosac Naify

São Paulo, Brazil


Ikrek

São Paulo, Brazil


Jaqueline Martins

São Paulo, Brazil


Madalena

São Paulo, Brazil


Schoeler Editions

São Paulo, Brazil


Sesc

São Paulo, Brazil


Tijuana

São Paulo, Brazil


Magazines

12 Magazines

At the ground level ramp of the Pavilion, you will find the most important domestic and international publications geared to the cultural and artistic scenario.


Amarello

São Paulo, Brazil


ARTE!Brasileiros

São Paulo, Brazil


Artforum

New York, USA


ArtNexus

Bogotá, Colombia / Miami, USA


ArtReview

London, United Kingdom


Bamboo

São Paulo, Brazil


Bazaar art

São Paulo, Brazil


Dasartes

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Flash Art

Milan, Italy


Frieze

London, United Kingdom


seLecT

São Paulo, Brazil


The Art Newspaper

London, United Kingdom