From Saturday, June 20 2015 to Sunday, June 23 2019
A geographical and economic giant, Brazil occupies a special place in Latin America. Separated from the other countries by its language and its border stretching almost fifteen thousand kilometres, it has a strange relationship with them, wanting to belong to the continent, but with Latin American pride and distance.
This paradox can also be seen in its art. The Distant neighbours exhibition at the Sao Paulo Museum of Contemporary Art questions the reality of Latin American art and highlights national variations, subtle differences in identity. In this artistic and cultural overview, the Brazilian works stand out with their uniqueness and seem to converse with the works from neighbouring countries. An exhibition that questions the future of this deeply fractured yet united continent.
From Saturday 20 June 2015 to Sunday 23 June 2019 :
- From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 21:00
Admission prices :