Courtesy of SP-Arte/2014.
January 23, 2014

April 2–6, 2014

Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo 2222
Parque do Ibirapuera, Portão 3
São Paulo


SP-Arte, the São Paulo International Art Fair 2014, will return for its tenth year as Latin America’s leading international contemporary art fair, featuring 138 of the best galleries from 18 countries across the globe. For its tenth anniversary, SP-Arte will present 79 Brazilian galleries and 59 international galleries, while introducing a distinctive programme of cultural and educational events; a new exhibitor sector, Solo, curated by Rodrigo Moura, and will show a number of emerging galleries for the first time. 

The galleries will display diverse art from Modern masters to cutting-edge contemporary works within the iconic setting of Oscar Neimeyer’s famous São Paulo Bienal Pavilion. Returning international galleries include David Zwirner (US), Van de Weghe (US), Gagosian Gallery (US), Lia Rumma (Italy), Neugerriemschneider (Germany), Pace (US), Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Switzerland), Yvon Lambert (France), Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Austria), White Cube (UK), and Lisson Gallery (UK). Renowned Brazilian galleries returning for 2014 include Galeria Nara Roesler (São Paulo), Galeria Luisa Strina (São Paulo), Fortes Vilaça (São Paulo), Vermelho (São Paulo) and A Gentil Carioca (Rio de Janeiro). The fair is also delighted to welcome Natalie Serousi (France), Kurimanzutto (Mexico), Michael Werner (US), Marian Goodman Gallery (US), Stephen Friedman (UK), Sies & Hoeke (Germany), Cardi (Italy), and Mayoral (Spain), who will be showing at SP-Arte for the first time in 2014.

This year, SP-Arte will introduce Solo, an exciting new exhibitor sector. Organized by leading Brazilian Curator and Director of Inhotim, Rodrigo Moura, the sector will show cutting-edge emerging art from 14 diverse galleries including Henrique Faria (US), Instituto de Visión (Colombia), Ivan Gallery (Romania), Travesia Cuatro (Spain), PSM (Germany), Maisterravalbuena (Spain), Ruth Benzacar (Argentina), and Nara Roesler (Brazil). The Showcase sector, returning for its second year, will present 22 galleries whose booths will focus on works by three selected artists. Showcase includes Athena Contemporânea (Rio de Janeiro), Marcia Barrozo do Amaral (Rio de Janeiro) and Galeria Pilar (São Paulo). Through this sector, the 2014 edition of the fair will also introduce a selection of international galleries that have not exhibited at SP-Arte before, including Galeria Plan B (Germany), Kavi Gupta (US), Esther Woerdehoff (France), Johannes Vogt (US), Nosco (UK), and Hus Gallery (UK). 

In addition to sectors Solo and Showcase, SP-Arte will present innovative cultural and educational programmes unique to the fair, which includes Curatorial Lab, Dialogues and the Editorial Cluster. For the third consecutive year, Curatorial Lab, a programme led by Adriano Pedrosa, will offer young curators the opportunity to organize exhibitions, creating a hub of curatorial experimentation. SP-Arte will also present Dialogues, a curated programme of talks with curators and artists as well as an Editorial Cluster, which features artists’ books, magazines, independent publishers and book launches. 

For 2014, SP-Arte will launch an innovative catalogue with selected art content, art reviews and interviews with leading gallerists. The catalogue will also include a brief history of art donations in Brazil, highlighting SP-Arte’s six-year donation program, led by its sponsor, Iguatemi, as well as a retrospective review on the 60th anniversary of Parque Ibirapuera, the iconic park that houses the Bienal Pavillion and a complex of four museums: Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of African American Art and of Folk Art, as well as the Music Auditorium.

Participating galleries
Almeida e Dale, São Paulo; AM, Belo Horizonte; Amparo 60, Recife; Anita Schwartz, Rio de Janeiro; Art : Concept, Paris; Arte 57, São Paulo; Arteedições, São Paulo; Athena, Rio de Janeiro; Baginski, Lisbon; Baró, São Paulo; Berenice Arvani, São Paulo; Bergamin, São Paulo; Bolsa de Arte, Porto Alegre; Carbono, São Paulo; Cardi, Milan; Carreras Mugica, Bilbao; Casa Triângulo, São Paulo; Casas Riegner, Bogotá; Celma Albuquerque, Belo Horizonte; Central, São Paulo; Christopher Grimes, Santa Monica; Continua, San Gimignano; Dan, São Paulo; Dan Contemporânea, São Paulo; David Zwirner, New York; Eduardo Fernandes, São Paulo; Elba Benítez, Madrid; Elvira González, Madrid; Emma Thomas, São Paulo; Estação, São Paulo; FASS, São Paulo; Fernando Pradilla, Madrid; Filomena Soares, Lisbon; Fólio, São Paulo; Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo; Franco Noero, Turin; Gagosian, New York; Gávea, Rio de Janeiro; A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro; Gregor Podnar, Berlin; Gustavo Rebello, Rio de Janeiro; H.A.P., Rio de Janeiro; Hilda Araújo, São Paulo; Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro; Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo; Kurimanzutto, Mexico DF; Laura Marsiaj, Rio de Janeiro; Leme, São Paulo; Lemos de Sá, Nova Lima; Leon Tovar, New York; Lia Rumma, Milan; Lisson, London; Logo, São Paulo; Luciana Brito, São Paulo; Luciana Caravello, Rio de Janeiro; Luisa Strina, São Paulo; Lurixs, Rio de Janeiro; Marian Goodman, New York; Marilia Razuk, São Paulo; Mayoral, Barcelona; Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo; Mercedes Viegas, Rio de Janeiro; Michael Werner, New York; Millan, São Paulo; Natalie Seroussi, Paris; Neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Nosco, London; Oscar Cruz, São Paulo, Pace, New York, Parra & Romero, Madrid, Paulo Darzé, Salvador; Paulo Kuczynski, São Paulo; Pequena Galeria 18, Rio de Janeiro; Peter Kilchmann, Zürich; Pinakotheke, Rio de Janeiro; A Ponte, São Paulo; Polígrafa, Barcelona; PSM, Berlin; Raquel Arnaud, São Paulo; Ronie Mesquita, Rio de Janeiro; Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf; Sikkema Jenkins, New York; Silvia Cintra + Box 4, Rio de Janeiro; Sim, Curitiba; Simões de Assis, Curitiba; Sprovieri, London; Steiner, São Paulo; Stephen Friedman, London; Studio Nobrega, São Paulo; Sur, Montevideo; Sylvio Nery, São Paulo; Tempo, Rio de Janeiro; Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg; Van de Weghe, New York; Vedovi, Brussels; Vera Cortês, Lisbon; Vermelho, São Paulo; Virgilio, São Paulo; White Cube, London; Ybakatu, Curitiba; Yvon Lambert, Paris; Zipper, São Paulo; Zlotowski, Paris

80M2, Lima; Agnès Monplaisir, Paris; Emma Thomas, São Paulo; Henrique Faria, New York; Instituto de Visión, Bogotá; Isabel Aninat, Santiago; Ivan, Bucharest; Maisterravalbuena, Madrid; Manoel Macedo, Belo Horizonte; Nara Roesler, São Paulo; PSM, Berlin; Rolf Art, Buenos Aires; Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires; Travesía Cuatro, Madrid

A Casa da Luz Vermelha, Brasília; Amarelonegro, Rio de Janeiro; Athena Contemporânea, Rio de Janeiro; DConcept, São Paulo; Fotospot, São Paulo; Inox, Rio de Janeiro; LA Galeria, Bogotá; Lourdina Jean Rabieh, São Paulo; Plan B, Berlin; Tempo, Rio de Janeiro; Esther Woerdehoff, Paris; Nosco, London; Hus, London; Johannes Vogt, New York; Kavi Gupta, Chicago; Lume, São Paulo; Marcia Barrozo do Amaral, Rio de Janeiro; Mezanino, São Paulo; Multiplique Boutique, São Paulo; Murilo Castro, Belo Horizonte; Myrine Vlavianos, Florianópolis; Paralelo, São Paulo; Pilar, São Paulo; Sergio Gonçalves, Rio de Janeiro

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