The fair takes place from April 6th to 10th at the Bienal Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park, reaffirming its leading role in the arts market and bringing together around 130 galleries, nine of which are international.


For its 18th edition, SP–Arte - São Paulo International Art Festival has the confirmed participation of the most important art and design galleries in the Brazil. The fair, a key figure in the Latin American art circuit, will bring together around 100 art galleries, nine of which are international, and 30 design galleries. With the new edition, the Festival consolidates its role as a catalyst for the national visual arts market and a driver of the city's creative economy.


For Fernanda Feitosa, founder of SP–Arte, "the entire sector is mobilized to return to our Festival, which, for many, represents around 30% of the year's sales. We are happy to see cultural agents organizing events and exhibitions around SP–Arte, which has an impact on the fair’s success."


At the Bienal Pavilion, SP-Arte will bring together national galleries on the rise, the main Brazilian galleries with solid international projection and also foreign exhibitors. Among the national ones are Galeria Luisa Strina (SP), Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel (SP – RJ), A Gentil Carioca (RJ – SP), Mendes Wood DM (SP – NY – Brussels), Nara Roesler (SP – NY – RJ) and Galeria Jaqueline Martins (SP – Brussels). Also participating strongly in the emerging market are Gomide & Co (SP), Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte (SP), Dan Galeria (SP), Paulo Kuczynski (SP), Pinakotheke (SP) and Galeria Ipanema (RJ). Among the newcomers are Galeria Marco Zero, which has been making an impact in in Recife’s art scene, and Galeria Marli Matsumoto (SP), which opened last year and features established and emerging artists.


International names include Galleria Continua (which operates in Brazil, in addition to Italy, China, Canada, Cuba and France); Galería SUR, which has been present at SP–Arte since its first edition, and Galeria de las Misiones, both from Uruguay; Buenos Aires Fine Arts (Argentina); Zielinsky (Spain); and Lamb Arts (UK). In addition to these, three important galleries from the United States will participate in the fair: Van de Weghe, Opera Gallery and Piero Atchugarry Gallery.


The design sector is back with a vengeance, featuring thirty studios and galleries specializing in furniture and Brazilian authorial design. Important exhibitors such as Etel, Ovo, Loja Teo, Jacqueline Terpins, Atelier Hugo França and Passado Composto Séc XX (all from São Paulo) in addition to Wentz and Diletante, also from São Paulo, and the collective of designers Cultivado em Casa, from Minas Gerais.



Brazilian galleries: A Gentil Carioca  - Almeida & Dale  - Aloisio Cravo  - AM Galeria  - Amparo 60  - Andrea Rehder  - Anita Schwartz  - Arte 57  - Arte Formatto  - Arteedições  - Athena  - Aura  - b_arco  - Babel  - Base  - Bianca Boeckel  - Bolsa de Arte  - C. Galeria  - Carbono  - Carcará  - Carmo Johnson Projects  - Casa Rosa Amarela  - Casa Triângulo  - Casanova  - Cassia Bomeny  - Celma Albuquerque  - Central  - Choque Cultural  - Dan  - Dan Contemporânea  - Danielian  - Eduardo Fernandes  - Estação  - Fólio  - Fortes D'Aloia & - Gabriel  - Frente  - Galeria de Arte André  - Gomide & Co  - Hilda Araújo  - HOA  - Inox  - Ipanema  - Janaína Torres  - Jaqueline Martins  - Kogan Amaro  - Leme  - Leonardo Leal   - Luciana Brito  - Luciana Caravello  - Luís Maluf  - Luisa Strina  - Lume  - Manoel Macedo - Mapa  - Márcia Barrozo do Amaral  - Marco Zero  - Marília Razuk  - Mario Cohen  - Marli - Matsumoto  - Mendes Wood DM  - Millan  - Movimento  - Mul.ti.plo  - Nara Roesler  - OMA  - Papel Assinado  - Paulo Darzé  - Paulo Kuczynski  - Periscópio  - Pinakotheke  - Portas Vilaseca  - Projeto Vênus  - Quadra  - Rafael Moraes  - Raquel Arnaud  - Referência  - Roberto Alban  - Rodrigo Ratton  - Sé  - Silvia Cintra + Box 4  - Simões de Assis  - SteinArt  - Steiner  - Superfície  - Vermelho  - Verve  - Ybakatu  - Zilda Fraletti  - Zipper 


International galleries: Buenos Aires Fine Arts (Argentina) - Continua (Brazil, Italy, China, Canada, Cuba and France) - Lamb Arts (UK)  - Las Misiones (Uruguay) - Opera Gallery (US) - Piero Atchugarry Gallery (US)  - Sur (Uruguay)  - Van de Weghe (US)  - Zielinsky (Spain) 


Design galleries: Alex Rocca  - Alva Design  - Apartamento 61  - Artemobilia  - Atelier André Ferri  - Bancos Indígenas  - Cristiana Bertolucci Estúdio  - Cultivado em Casa  - Diletante 42  - Espaço 31 Mobiliário  - Etel  - GOZTO Galeria de Design  - Herança cultural  - Hugo França  - Jacqueline Terpins  - Lattoog  - Leandro Garcia  - Mac Design/ Odun ABCD  - Marcos Amato  - Mobília Tempo  - Noemi Saga  - Novidário  - Oficina Ethos  - Ovo  - Particular  - Passado Composto Século XX  - Rodrigo Silveira  - Téo  - André Ferri  - Wentz 

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