Located in the Jardim Paulistano neighborhood, Zipper Galeria promotes contemporary Brazilian artists. The two-floor gallery exhibits photography, paintings, installations and videos. It is also one of the locations for the annual edition of the Salao de Artistas Sem Galeria (Artists without Gallery) allowing new artists to showcase their work to the hundreds of visitors who attend the event.
In the six years since it opened its doors the Baró Galeria has managed to establish itself as a reference on the international and Brazilian art circuits. It is today considered to be one of the most important galleries in São Paulo. Located in a large renovated warehouse in the neighborhood of Santa Cecília the owner of the space, Spanish expatriate Maria Baró, prioritizes exhibition of site-specific works and curatorial projects, emphasizing the work of artists from the 1970s and 1980s.
Baró Galeria, Rua Barra Funda 216, Santa Cecilia, São Paulo, Brazil +55 11 3666 6489
Galeria Vermelho is among the most important galleries in São Paulo. It specializes in contemporary art and represents both emerging and renowned artists such as Dora Longo Bahia, Carmela Gross, Detanico Lain and Rosângela Rennó. This interior is surprisingly ample, considering the exterior. Also designed by architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Vermelho hosts a garden and a patio usually used for installations and events.
Galeria Vermelho, Rua Minas Gerais 350, Higienópolis, São Paulo, Brazil +55 11 3138 1520
In 2012 a group of friends from the extinct Colectivo 132 set about creating a gallery that would be different from the traditional galleries found around São Paulo. Set in a long house with many rooms filled with works by famous and not-so-famous street art specialists, the gallery has been living up to its objective. Located in the artsy neighborhood of Vila Madalena, the A7MA is right in front of the famous Beco do Batman and presents a great collection of street art by creatives such as Thiago Goms, Jerry Batista and the Argentinean Marina Zumi.
A7MA, Rua Harmonia 95 B, Vila Madalena, São Paulo, Brazil +55 11 2361-7876
One of the most well established Brazilian galleries in the international circuit, Fortes Vilaça changed its name in November of 2016 to Fortes, D’Aloia & Gabriel. The gallery however, continues to represent a wide array of well-known artists both from the national and international circuit, such as Adriana Varejão, graffiti artists Otávio and Gustavo Pandolfo, better known as Os Gemeos, and Robert Mappelthorpe. The gallery hosts most of its exhibitions in its large warehouse-like gallery in the Barra Funda neighborhood, leaving the gallery located in Vila Madalena for temporary special exhibits.
Address 1: Rua Fradique Coutinho 1500, Vila Madalena, São Paulo, Brazil +55 11 3032 7066
Address 2: Rua James Holland 71, Barra Funda, São Paulo, Brazil +55 11 3392 3942