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SP–Arte celebrates 20 years with its 2024 edition

São Paulo Art Fair Marks Milestone with Innovation, Inclusivity, and Global Impact

April 3–7, 2024

(São Paulo, Brazil) – SP–Arte, Latin America’s premier art fair, is poised to mark its 20th anniversary in grand fashion, coinciding with a transformative moment for Brazil’s art scene and the groundbreaking Venice Biennale curated by Adriano Pedrosa, the renowned curator of MASP (Art Museum of São Paulo).

This milestone edition reflects the fair’s unwavering commitment to fostering Brazil’s art renaissance and propelling the country’s influence on the international stage. SP–Arte has consistently served as a catalyst for business, propelling galleries, artists, curators, researchers, and the entire artistic ecosystem.

The fair’s growth trajectory mirrors Brazil’s burgeoning art market, showcasing a diverse array of works from established and emerging artists. SP–Arte’s adaptability and dedication to enhancing the visitor experience are evident in the growth of the design sector, participation of independent studios, and the revamped app, which debuted successfully in 2023.

SP–Arte’s impact extends beyond Brazil’s borders, contributing to the country’s cultural influence on the global stage. The fair provides a platform for Brazilian galleries to connect with international counterparts, fostering cross-cultural exchange and appreciation for diverse artistic expressions.

This year’s edition promises an even more immersive experience for attendees. Scheduled from April 3–7 at the iconic Bienal Pavilion, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, SP–Arte 2023 will feature a more comprehensive space for design, a thriving sector, and a dedicated section spotlighting independent studios. The revamped app, an indispensable tool since its launch, offers an enhanced user experience.

The fair’s lineup boasts renowned Brazilian galleries alongside a new generation of galleries, representing the dynamic evolution of Brazil’s art scene. International galleries from Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, and Mexico will also participate, underscoring SP–Arte’s global reach.

SP–Arte serves as a cultural hub, promoting the appreciation of visual arts and contributing to São Paulo’s reputation as a vibrant center for culture, arts, and creativity. The fair attracts global attention to the city, establishing São Paulo as a significant player in the global art community.

For those unable to attend in person, SP–Arte offers various ways to stay connected, including social media channels, exclusive newsletters, and the revamped app, available on iOS and Android platforms.

SP–Arte’s 20th anniversary marks a pivotal moment in its history, showcasing the fair’s resilience, innovation, and commitment to shaping Brazil’s art market and contributing to the country’s cultural legacy.

Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion
Ibirapuera Park
São Paulo-