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sp-‐arte announces the galleries participating in the showcase, solo
Press release
March 2015
SP-­‐ARTE ANNOUNCES THE GALLERIES PARTICIPATING IN THE SHOWCASE, SOLO AND OPEN PLAN SECTIONS SP-Arte, the leading Latin American art fair, will present special projects from the world’s leading
galleries in its parallel sections on 2015: Solo, Open Plan and Showcase. These galleries will add to the
galleries participating on the main section of the fair.
The Solo section, in its second edition is a curated space that reflects the vision of its two curators, Rodrigo
Moura and María Inés Rodriguéz. Each gallery will be presenting a single artist; the works selected address
themes of politics, history, fiction, and conceptualism among other issues, many of them specifically focus
on Latin America.
The galleries and artists present in the Solo area include Ricardo Homen, AM Galeria de Arte (Brazil);
Rosemarie Castoro, Broadway 1602 (USA); Sergio Verastegui, Cortex Athletico (France); Augusto de
Campos, Document Art Gallery (Argentina); Fernanda Fragateiro, Galería Elba Benítez (Spain); Liliana
Porter, Espacio Minimo (Spain); Carolina Caycedo, Instituto de Visión (Colombia); Montez Magno,
Galeria Pilar (Brazil); Wilfredo Prieto, Nogueras Blanchard (Spain); Mario Cravo Junior, Paulo Darzé
Galeria de Arte (Brazil); Almandrade, Roberto Alban Galería (Brazil); and Mangelos, Aanant & Zoo
(Germany).
Open Plan, organized by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, curator of the Cuenca Biennial, is an area dedicated to
site- specific works and large installations by well-known artists. Open Plan is the newest addition to SPARTE and will present an innovative layout breaking away from the traditional fair model giving visitors
the opportunity to engage directly with the works thanks to its design.
Open Plan will present works by Pedro Cabrita Reis, Sprovieri Gallery (UK); Daniel Buren, Galleria
Continua (Italy) and Nara Roesler (São Paulo); Fred Sandback, David Zwirner (USA); Ângela Ferreira,
Galeria Filomena Soares (Portugal); Fernando Ortega, Kurimanzutto (Mexico); Amilcar de Castro, Galeria
Marilia Razuk (Brazil); Attila Csörgö, Galeria Gregor Podnar (Slovenia/Germany); José Damasceno, Galeria
Fortes Vilaça (Brazil); Mona Hatoum, White Cube Gallery (USA); Diango Hernández, Barbara Thumm
(Germany); Rita Ponce de León, 80M2 (Peru); Neïl Beloufa, Mendes Wood DM (Brazil); André Komatsu,
Vermelho (Brazil); Rochelle Costi, Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte, Celma Albuquerque and Luciana Brito
Galeria (Brazil); João Loureiro, Ybakatu Espaço de Arte (Brazil); Ana Vieira, Galeria Graça Brandão
(Portugal); Ricardo Basbaum, A Gentil Carioca and Luciana Brito Galeria (Brazil); Julio Le Parc, Galeria
Nara Roesler (Brazil); Maja Bajevic, Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Switzerland).
Parallel to these two curated sections, Showcase will come back for its third edition presenting works by a
maximum of three artists. This section is of special interest for visitors as it features an assortment of
emerging galleries. This year Showcase will present historical Brazilian artists, such as pop artist Carlos
Vergara and conceptual artist Mira Schendel juxtaposed with works by younger artists including Ariel
Reichman (South Africa) as well as mid-career artists such as Rosemberg Sandoval (Colombia).
The galleries present in this section are Blau Projects (Brazil), D-Concept (Brazil), FASS (Brazil), Feroz
Galerie (Germany), Fotospot (Brazil), Galeria Inox (Brazil), Galeria Mezanino (Brazil), Galeria Pilar
(Brazil), Galeria Superficie (Brazil), Gallery Nosco / Frameless (UK), Isabel Aninat (Chile), Klemm’s
(Germany), Myrine Vlavianos Arte Contemporânea (Brazil), Plan B (Germany), Portas Vilaseca Galeria
(Brazil), PSM (Germany), Referência Galeria de Arte (Brazil), Talcual Gallery (Mexico).
Apart from the Main Section, Solo, Showcase and Open Plan, SP-ARTE will have a Talks Program
organized in conjunction with ARTE!Brasileiros. The panel discussions will focus on the art market as well
as art and its cultural significance. Highlights include Sarah Thornton, author of 7 days in the art world, as
well as Thomas Galbreith, managing director of Paddle8, the online auction start-up.
SP-Arte is a platform within the international art scene, bringing together galleries, institutions and art
professionals for a unique experience in São Paulo. As the cultural capital of the country, with the most
prestigious museums, foundations and galleries, São Paulo will host the most remarkable exhibitions and
art events to coincide with SP-ARTE. Some events include exhibitions of world renowned artists, like
Marina Abromovic at Sesc Pompeia; José Resende, Nelson Fenix, and Sean Scully at Pinacoteca de Estado
de São Paulo.
MAIN SECTOR GALLERIES A Gentil Carioca [Rio de Janeiro]
A Ponte Galeria de Arte [São Paulo]
Agnes Monplaisir [Paris]
Alexander Gray Associates [New York]
Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte [São Paulo]
Amparo 60 [Recife]
Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte [Rio de Janeiro]
Arte 57 - Renato Magalhães Gouvêa Jr [São Paulo]
ArtEEdições Galeria [São Paulo]
Athena Contemporânea [Rio de Janeiro]
Athena Galeria de Arte [Rio de Janeiro]
Baginski [Lisbon]
Baró Galeria [São Paulo]
Blain | Southern [London]
Bolsa de Arte de Porto Alegre [Porto Alegre/São Paulo]
Carbono Galeria [São Paulo]
Cardi [Milan]
Carreras Mugica [Bilbao]
Casa Triângulo [São Paulo]
Celma Albuquerque Galeria de Arte [Belo Horizonte]
Central Galeria de Arte [São Paulo]
Choque Cultural [São Paulo]
Dan Contemporânea [São Paulo]
Dan Galeria [São Paulo]
David Zwirner [New York]
Espaço Eliana Benchimol [Rio de Janeiro]
Fernando Pradilla [Madrid]
Fólio Livraria [São Paulo]
Gagosian Gallery [New York]
Galeria Berenice Arvani [São Paulo]
Galeria Bergamin [São Paulo]
Galeria da Gávea [Rio de Janeiro]
Galeria de Arte Ipanema [Rio de Janeiro]
Galeria de Babel [São Paulo]
Galeria Eduardo Fernandes [São Paulo]
Galeria El Museo [Bogota]
Galería Elba Benítez [Madrid]
Galería Elvira González [Madrid]
Galeria Emma Thomas [São Paulo]
Galeria Estação [São Paulo]
Galeria Filomena Soares [Lisbon]
Galeria Fortes Vilaça [São Paulo]
Galeria Graça Brandão [Lisbon]
Galeria Jaqueline Martins [São Paulo]
Galeria Leme [São Paulo]
Galeria Luisa Strina [São Paulo]
Galeria Lume [São Paulo]
Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri [São Paulo]
Galeria Marilia Razuk [São Paulo]
Galeria Millan [São Paulo]
Galeria Murilo Castro [Belo Horizonte]
Galeria Nara Roesler [São Paulo]
Galeria Nuvem [São Paulo]
Galeria Oscar Cruz [São Paulo]
Galeria Pedro Cera [Lisbon]
Galeria Rabieh [São Paulo]
Galeria Raquel Arnaud [São Paulo]
Galería SUR [Montevideo]
Galerie 1900-2000 [Paris]
Galerie Peter Kilchmann [Zurich]
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac [Salzburg]
Galerija Gregor Podnar [Berlin]
Galleria Continua [San Gimignano]
Galleria Franco Noero [Turin]
Goodman Gallery [Cape Town]
Gustavo Rebello Arte [Rio de Janeiro]
Hilda Araújo Escritório de Arte [São Paulo]
Kurimanzutto [Mexico]
LAMB Arts [London]
Lemos de Sá Galeria de Arte [Nova Lima]
Lia Rumma [Milan]
Lisson Gallery [London]
Luciana Brito Galeria [São Paulo]
Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea [Rio de Janeiro]
Lurixs: Arte Contemporânea [Rio de Janeiro]
Maisterravalbuena [Madrid]
Manoel Macedo [Belo Horizonte]
Marcia Barrozo do Amaral [Rio de Janeiro]
Marian Goodman Gallery [New York]
Marsiaj Tempo Galeria [Rio de Janeiro]
Mayoral [Barcelona]
Mendes Wood DM [São Paulo]
Mercedes Viegas Arte Contemporânea [Rio de Janeiro]
Michael Werner Gallery [New York]
Mul.ti.plo Espaço de Arte [Rio de Janeiro]
Neugerriemschneider [Berlin]
Paralelo [São Paulo]
Paulo Darzé Galeria de Arte [Salvador]
Paulo Kuczynski Escritório de Arte [São Paulo]
Pequena Galeria 18 Fine Art Photography [Rio de Janeiro]
Piero Atchugarry [Pueblo Garzón]
Pinakotheke [Rio de Janeiro/São Paulo]
Polígrafa Obra Gráfica [Barcelona]
PSH Projects [Bogota]
Ricardo Camargo [São Paulo]
Roberto Alban Galeria [Salvador]
Ronie Mesquita Galeria [Rio de Janeiro]
Sergio Gonçalves [Rio de Janeiro]
Sies + Höke [Dusseldorf]
Silvia Cintra + Box 4 [Rio de Janeiro]
SIM Galeria [Curitiba]
Simões de Assis Galeria de Arte [Curitiba]
Steiner [São Paulo]
Stephen Friedman Gallery [London]
Studio Nobrega [São Paulo]
The Approach [London]
Van de Weghe Fine Art [New York]
Vera Cortês Art Agency [Lisbon]
Vermelho [São Paulo]
White Cube [London]
Ybakatu Espaço de Arte [Curitiba]
Zipper Galeria [São Paulo] SHOWCASE SECTOR GALLERIES Blau Projects [São Paulo]; Artists: Marcone Moreira, Renata Cruz, Vítor Mizael
dconcept [São Paulo]; Artists: Cecilia Dequech, Cristiana Mohallem, Thais Beltrame
FASS [São Paulo]; Artists: Fernando Lemos, German Lorca, Beth Moon
Feroz Galerie [Bonn]; Artists: Alfredo Srur, August Sander, William Christenberry
Fotospot [São Paulo]; Artists: Leticia Lampert, Sérgio Jorge, Walter Firmo
Galeria Inox [Rio de Janeiro]; Artists: Franklin Cassaro, Jorge Mayet, Renato Bezerra de Mello
Galeria Mezanino [São Paulo]; Artists: Manoel Veiga, Sergio Lucena, Sergio Niculitcheff
Galeria Pilar [São Paulo]; Artists: Alberto Casari, Antonio Malta, Rosemberg Sandoval
Galeria Superfície [São Paulo]; Artists: Gustavo Speridão, Marcelo Brodsky, Mira Schendel
Gallery Nosco / Frameless [London]; Artists: Alejandro Ospina, Lauren Seiden, Louise Fishman
Isabel Aninat [Santiago]; Artists: Catalina Swinburn, Paula de Solminihac, Volupsa Jarpa, Lotty Rosenfeld
Klemm’s [Berlin]; Artists: Émilie Pitoiset, Renaud Regnery, Sven Johne
Myrine Vlavianos Arte Contemporânea [Florianópolis]; Artists: Nicolas Vlavianos, Teresa Nazar
Plan B [Berlin]; Artists: Adrian Ghenie , Ciprian Muresan, Navid Nuur
Portas Vilaseca Galeria [Rio de Janeiro]; Artists: Ana Hupe, Ismael Monticelli, Pedro Victor Brandão
PSM [Berlin]; Artists: Awst & Walther, Ariel Reichman, Nathan Peter
Referência Galeria de Arte [Brasília]; Artists: Carlos Vergara, Gê Orthof, Ralph Gehre
Talcual Gallery [Mexico]; Artists: Francisco Ugarte, Fritzia Irizar, Rodolfo Díaz Cervantes
SOLO SECTOR GALLERIES Aanant & Zoo [Berlin]; Artist: Mangelos
AM Galeria [Belo Horizonte]; Artist: Ricardo Homen
Broadway 1602 [New York]; Artist: Rosemarie Castoro
Cortex Athletico [Bordeaux]; Artist: Sergio Verastegui
Document Art Gallery [Buenos Aires]; Artist: Augusto de Campos
Elba Benitez [Madrid]; Artist: Fernanda Fragateiro
Espacio Minimo [Madrid]; Artist: Liliana Porter
Instituto de Visión [Bogotá]; Artist: Carolina Caycedo
NoguerasBlanchard [Madrid]; Artist: Wilfredo Prieto
Paulo Darzé [Salvador]; Artist: Mario Cravo Junior
Pilar [São Paulo]; Artist: Montez Magno
Roberto Alban [Salvador]; Artist: Almandrade
OPEN PLAN SECTOR GALLERIES Amilcar de Castro [Marília Razuk, São Paulo]
Ana Vieira [Graça Brandão, Lisbon]
Andre Komatsu [Vermelho, São Paulo]
Ângela Ferreira [Filomena Soares, Lisbon]
Attila Csörgő [Gregor Podnar, Berlin]
Daniel Buren [Nara Roesler, São Paulo and Continua, San Gimignano]
Django Hernández [Barbara Thumm, Berlin]
Fernando Ortega [Kurimanzutto, Mexico]
Fred Sandback [David Zwirner, New York]
James Lee Byars [Michael Werner, New York]
João Loureiro [Ybakatu, Curitiba]
José Damasceno [Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo]
Julio Le Parc [Nara Roesler, São Paulo]
Maja Bajevic [Peter Kilchmann, Zurich]
Mona Hatoum [White Cube, London, São Paulo]
Neïl Beloufa [Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo]
Pedro Cabrita Reis [Sprovieri, London]
Ricardo Basbaum [Luciana Brito, São Paulo]
Rochelle Costi [Luciana Brito, São Paulo; Celma Albuquerque, Belo Horizonte; Anita Schwartz, Rio de Janeiro]
EDITORS NOTES 1. SP-Arte continues to expand its presence and reach with participating artists and galleries from around
the world including countries as Austria, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, South Africa, Spain,
Switzerland, United States of America, United Kingdom and Uruguay accompanying more that 80 galleries
from Brazil.
2. SP-Arte/2015 in numbers: 112 galleries in the Main sector 12 galleries in the Solo section (4 of which
are also participating in the Main sector) 19 works in the Open Plan 18 galleries in Showcase
3. About the Solo Section curators: Colombian María Inés Rodríguez is currently the Chief Curator,
Director of Contemporary Art Museum Bordeaux. She formerly headed the artistic program of the Museo
Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) in Mexico City. From November 2009-2011, María Inés
Rodríguez was the Chief Curator of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (Spain). During
2008-2009, she has been the Curator of Satellite program at Jeu de Paume, Paris, as well as the Editor of the
French art publication Point d’Ironie in Paris. As an independent curator and art critic, she has worked on
exhibitions and research projects on the strategies of appropriation of the public space in different spaces of
contemporary art, which relate the art, the design, the architecture and the urbanism. Rodrigo Moura is the
art and cultural diretor of Inhotim, museum in the countryside of Minas Gerais state. He joined as an
assistant curator and coordinated site-specific works by artists such as Jorge Macchi, Marilá Dardot and
Rivane Neuenschwander. He also worked as the curator of Museu de Arte da Pampulha, in Belo Horizonte.
As a journalist, editor and art critic, he had pieces published by Folha de S. Paulo, Flash Art International
and Art Nexus, among others.
4. About the Open Plan Section curator: Jacopo Crivelli Visconti is a curator and writer. He was curator of
the xii Cuenca Biennial in Peru and he has been responsible of exhibition such as the Brazilian Pavilion in
the 52 Benniale di Venezia in 2007; Sismografo at Palacio das Artes de Belo Horizonte; and Ponto de
equilibrio at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake.
5. About the location: SP-Arte takes place in the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion at the Ibirapuera Park in Sao
Paulo. The pavilion was designed by Oscar Neimeyer and Hélio Uchôa.
For images please visit www.flickr.com/photos/sp-arte
SP-­‐ARTE/2015 VIP and press preview
April 8, 2015
Wednesday » 11am–10pm
Public Hours
April 9–12, 2015
Thursday to Saturday » 1pm–9pm
Sunday » 11am–7pm
Location
Pavilhão da Bienal Parque do Ibirapuera, Portão 3 São Paulo, Brasil
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