SP-ARTE will open its doors for its 11th edition from April 9 to 12 in São Paulo, Brazil

Monday, April 6, 2015
SP-ARTE will open its doors for its 11th edition from April 9 to 12 in São Paulo, Brazil

In its 2015 edition, SP-ARTE will present cutting edge works alongside classic masters to bring to Sao Paulo the best of Brazilian and international artists and galleries. With 23 new participating galleries and 91 returning galleries some of the highlights include Ângela Ferreira Pacheco, Galeria Filomena Soares; Hans Art, Michael Werner Gallery; Armando Andrade Tudela, Galeria Fortes Vilaça; Marcel Duchamp, Galerie 1900 - 2000; William Kentridge, Galleria Lia Rumma, Goodman Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery etc.

SP-ARTE will open its doors for its 11th edition from April 9 to 12 in São Paulo, Brazil

In its 2015 edition, SP-ARTE will present cutting edge works alongside classic masters to bring to Sao Paulo the best of Brazilian and international artists and galleries.

With 23 new participating galleries and 91 returning galleries some of the highlights include Ângela Ferreira Pacheco, Galeria Filomena Soares; Hans Art, Michael Werner Gallery; Armando Andrade Tudela, Galeria Fortes Vilaça; Marcel Duchamp, Galerie 1900 - 2000; William Kentridge, Galleria Lia Rumma, Goodman Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery; Tracey Emin, White Cube Gallery; and Marina Abramovic, Luciana Brito Galeria.

Fernanda Feitosa, Director of SP-ARTE said “We are thrilled to welcome to Sao Paulo and to the fair the finest artists and galleries from around the world. We are very proud to present the 11th edition of the fair with a strong participation throughout all the sections. We are also happy to present Open Plan and Performance, the two new section of the fair that alongside with the Main Sector, Solo, and Showcase will provide visitors with a fulfilling art experience”.

Vítor Mizael - Blau Projects, Vítor Mizael. s.titulo, 2013 (instalação). Grafite sobre madeira / graphite on wood. Dimensões Variáveis / variable dimensions. Crédito: Éverton Ballardim. Cortesia Blau Projects

In 2015, SP-Arte will inaugurate a platform dedicated to performances. PERFORMANCE is a result of a partnership with Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo and is coordinated by Cauê Alves (the curator and coordinator of Belas Artes’ Visual Arts course) and curated by Juliana Moraes (professor at Belas Artes) and Marcos Gallon (curator of theVERBO Performance Art Festival, at Galeria Vermelho). Twelve artists were selected for their performances that will use the Pavilion as their stage, occupying the fair’s aisles, ramp, outdoor areas, as well as a specific performance arena located on the third floor of the Pavilion.

Continuing with a strong program of curated sections, SP-ARTE will also present the installations section, Open Plan, organized by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti. Open plan will be an area dedicated to site-specific works and large installations by well-known artists giving visitors the opportunity to engage directly with the works thanks to its open layout and design.

Jorge Mayet - Galeria Inox. Artista: Jorge Mayet. Título: Sem título. Técnica: Fio de cobre, papel machè, tinta acrílica, poliuretano, madeira e fibra sintética. Dimensões: 26 x 91 x 38 cm. Ano: 2014 © Galeria Inox

The Brazilian art magazine ARTE!Brasilerios collaborated with SP-ARTE on a program of panel discussions that focusses on the art market and its cultural and social value.  The Talks Program, Art as a Value, will include three panels between April 9 and 10, beginning before the opening hours of the fair in the Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM) Auditorium and will be free to the public. Speakers include Paulo Herkenhoff, artistic director of the Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR) in a panel discussion with author Sarah Thornton, and Thomas Galbreith, managing director of Paddle 8, online auction house. On Thursday evening, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, curator of the 2015 Istanbul Biennial will be in conversation with Ivo Mesquita, Brazilian curator and art historian, and Friday’s panel will present Marcio Fainziliber, president of Museu de Arte do Rio on a panel discussion with Donald and Mera Rubell from The Rubell Family Collection based in Miami. 

Louise Fishman - Nosco | FramelessLouise Fishman. Untitled /2011. Watercolour on paper. 12 x 17 7/8 in (30.5 x 45.4 cm) Courtesy of the artist, Gallery Nosco | Frameless and Cheim and Read New York.

Dates

April 9 - 12
VIP and press preview: Wednesday, April 8

Public hours
Thursday April 9 to Saturday April 11, 1pm to 9pm
Sunday April 12, 11am to 7pm

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