Wednesday, April 28, 2010

SP-Arte, trade fair of art starts today its 6th edition

The biennial pavilion in Ibirapuera Park is already crowded. The sixth edition of SP Arte begins today, 80 galleries will try to catch the attention of collectors and guests with 2,500 pieces of art until next Sunday. It is occupying 7500 meters square of the ground floor and first floor of the building and it is featuring 70 national galleries (the most important of the country) and 10 foreign (for the first time, England and Mexico) - it is expected that sales this year will be even better than in previous ones, as the natural movement of consolidation of the event.

The most special work is th "Tamba Tajá," of Maria Martins made in the 40s, valued at R$ 1.5 million, it is the most expensive part of SP Arte and it can then return to the collection of Malba in Buenos Aires.

When: April 28th - May 2nd. Thursday and Friday from 2 pm to 10 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm to 9 pm
How Much: R$ 25, half entrance R$ 12
Where: Biennial Building, Ibirapuera Park

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