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Elevated over a concrete platform used for concerts and a weekly crafts fair, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (São Paulo Art Museum, abbreviated MASP) is itself a work of art; the building is an imposing Modernist box suspended under two bright red...more
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It is so hard to write a review and especially to score an art museum, as it is of course so subjective...however I loved São Paulo and so the MASP. First of all the building from Lina Bo Bardi. Impressive, even more than I expected....More
This really is an excellent museum. It's big but at the same time not overwhelming and spaced out. There is a coffee shop inside. Not that cheap to enter but totally worth it if you love art. Excellent English translations. You could spend a good...More
I saw two exhibitions there, Tarsila do Amaral and Lina Bo Bardi. They were both well organized, and gave visitors substantial insight into the lives and works of these two talented artists. My only complaint is that reading the English translation of the notes that...More
I strongly suggest reserving a Sunday to do this visit to MASP, a real gem inside Sao Paulo, where you can find a exquisite collection of Art. In the neighborhood,as paulista avenue is a pedestrian zone, you will find excellent places to eat (or you...More
I’ve been to many museums and this has become my favorite museum. From the way the art is set up, not hung on walls but on the floor for you to walk around it, to the modern-to-classic set up...I loved everything about it. I walked...More
Known for its Italian cantinas, Bela Vista is the place to go for great pasta. Also called “Bixiga”, the area is an important cultural part of the city, with the bohemian and the religious costumes of its inhabitants on full display. In August, the large Nossa Senhora Achiropita party fills the streets with a variety of Italian food and music. You can experience the liveliness of the neighbourhood walking
through the antiquities fair at Dom Orione Square or visiting the “Brazilian Caminito”, a version of the Argentinian street complete with colorful buildings. Bela Vista is also home to the traditional samba school “Vai-Vai”. Buy a ticket to a rehearsal and get a taste of what Carnival is like.