SP-ARTE announces the list of galleries for the main section of its 2015 edition

Thursday, January 15, 2015
SP-ARTE announces the list of galleries for the main section of its 2015 edition

SP-ARTE, the leading Latin American art fair, will return in 2015 for its 11th edition from April 9 - 12 in Sao Paulo, Brazil at the Ciccillo Matarazzo pavilion designed by, Pritzker Laureate, Oscar Niemeyer.

SP-ARTE announces the list of galleries for the main section of its 2015 edition

SP-ARTE, the leading Latin American art fair, will return in 2015 for its 11th edition from April 9 - 12 in Sao Paulo, Brazil at the Ciccillo Matarazzo pavilion designed by, Pritzker Laureate, Oscar Niemeyer.

SP-ARTE 2015 will host over 140 of the world’s most prominent modern and contemporary galleries from 17 countries. Highlights for 2015 include 112 galleries in the Main sector showing works by established artists from around the world throughout the Bienal Pavilion. The 2015 edition will also include the third year of the Showcase sector, a section highlighting works by up to 3 emerging artists. The Solo section will also return for its second edition, this time curated by María Inés Rodriguéz (CAPC/Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux) as well as Rodrigo Moura (Inhotim director). SP-Arte is proud to announce the first year of Open Plan, a section dedicated to installations curated by Cuenca Biennial curator, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti and Performance, a new section coordinated by Cauê Alves, curator of the Brazil Pavilion in the 56th Venice Biennale, and curated by Marcos Galon, curator of the Verbo Performance Festival, and Juliana Moraes, professor of performance of the Belas Artes University in São Paulo. There will also be a new Talks program coordinated with the Brazilian art magazine, Arte!Brasileiros that will be organizing focused panel discussions for the event. Participant galleries and more details of these sections will be announced soon.

Participating Galleries

SP-ARTE continues to expand its international reach with participating artists and galleries from countries such as Austria, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United States of America, United Kingdom and Uruguay alongside more than 80 galleries from Brazil.

This year, the main section will present 86 returning galleries including Gagosian Gallery, David Zwirner, Lisson Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, Mendes Wood, Luisa Strina and Vermelho 12 new galleries will participate for the first time such as Goodman Gallery, The Approach, and Alexander Gray Associates.

Fernanda Feitosa, SP-ARTE director and founder says “We are delighted to once again welcome some of the most important galleries from Latin America, United States, Europe, and Africa for the first time at SP-Arte/2015. Sao Paulo is a key city in the international art map and this year we will have a stronger presence of international collectors, curators and museum directors from around the world as the quality of Brazilian artists attracts more attention within the international community.” 

Main Sector Galleries 

A Gentil Carioca - Rio de Janeiro
A Ponte Galeria de Arte - São Paulo
Agnes Monplaisir - Paris
Alexander Gray Associates - New York
Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte - São Paulo
Amarelonegro Arte Contemporânea - Rio de Janeiro
Amparo 60 – Recife
AMT_Project - Bratislava
Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte - Rio de Janeiro
Arte 57- Renato Magalhães Gouvêa Jr - São Paulo
Arteedições Galeria - São Paulo
Athena Contemporânea - Rio de Janeiro
Athena Galeria de Arte - Rio de Janeiro
Baginski - Lisboa
Baró Galeria - São Paulo
Blain| Southern - London
Bolsa de Arte de Porto Alegre - Porto Alegre
Carbono Galeria - São Paulo
Cardi - Milan
Carreras Mugica - Bilbao
Casa Triângulo - São Paulo
Celma Albuquerque Galeria de Arte - Belo Horizonte
Central Galeria de Arte - São Paulo
Choque Cultural - São Paulo
Dan Contemporânea - São Paulo
Dan Galeria - São Paulo
David Zwirner - New York
Fernando Pradilla - Madrid
Fólio Livraria - São Paulo
Gagosian Gallery - New York
Galeria Berenice Arvani - São Paulo
Galeria Bergamin - São Paulo
Galeria da Gávea - Rio de Janeiro
Galeria de Arte Ipanema - Rio de Janeiro
Galeria de Babel - São Paulo
Galeria Eduardo Fernandes - São Paulo
Galería Elba Benítez - Madrid
Galería Elvira González - Madrid
Galeria Emma Thomas - São Paulo
Galeria Estação - São Paulo
Galeria Filomena Soares - Lisboa
Galeria Jaqueline Martins - São Paulo
Galeria Laura Marsiaj - Rio de Janeiro
Galeria Leme - São Paulo
Galeria Luisa Strina - São Paulo
Galeria Lume - São Paulo
Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri - São Paulo
Galeria Millan - São Paulo
Galeria Murilo Castro - Belo Horizonte
Galeria Nara Roesler - São Paulo
Galeria Oscar Cruz - São Paulo
Galeria Pedro Cera - Lisboa
Galeria Rabieh - São Paulo
Galeria Raquel Arnaud - São Paulo
Galería SUR - Montevideo
Galerie Peter Kilchmann - Zurich
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Salzburg
Galleria Franco Noero - Torino
Goodman Gallery - Cape Town
Gustavo Rebello Arte - Rio de Janeiro
Hilda Araújo Escritório de Arte - São Paulo
LAMB Arts - London
Lemos de Sá Galeria de Arte - Nova Lima
Leon Tovar Gallery - New York
Lia Rumma - Milan
Lisson Gallery - London
Luciana Brito Galeria - São Paulo
Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea - Rio de Janeiro
Lurixs: Arte Contemporânea - Rio de Janeiro
Manoel Macedo - Belo Horizonte
Marcia Barrozo do Amaral - Rio de Janeiro
Mayoral - Barcelona
Mercedes Viegas Arte Contemporânea - Rio de Janeiro
Mul.ti.plo Espaço de Arte - Rio de Janeiro
Neugerriemschneider - Berlin
Paralelo - São Paulo
Paulo Kuczynski Escritório de Arte - São Paulo
Pequena Galeria 18 Fine Art Photography - Rio de Janeiro
Piero Atchugarry - Punta del Este
Pinakotheke - São Paulo
Polígrafa Obra Gráfica – Barcelona
Roberto Alban Galeria- São Paulo
Ricardo Camargo - São Paulo
Ronie Mesquita Galeria - Rio de Janeiro
Sergio Gonçalves - Rio de Janeiro
Sies + Hoke - Dusseldorf
Silvia Cintra + Box 4 - Rio de Janeiro
SIM Galeria - Curitiba
Simões de Assis Galeria de Arte - Curitiba
Steiner - São Paulo
Stephen Friedman Gallery - London
Studio Nobrega - São Paulo
The Approach - London
Van de Weghe Fine Art - New York
Vera Cortês Art Agency - Lisboa
Ybakatu Espaço de Arte - Curitiba
Zipper Galeria - São Paulo

More information about SP-ARTE 2015 is here.


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