Wonderful experience and inexpensive. Some of the best art in the world on display, as well as interesting cultural exhibitions.
About Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo Assis Chateaubriand - MASP
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The upstairs gallery is fantastic and has a nice collection of international art, including from some of the best Impressionist painters. Not so keen on current changing exhibition. Downstairs restaurant is a really nice place to eat.
there was an amazing exhibit on the History of Sexuality + their great collection -- so creatively displayed. Do this!!
The main room on the top floor was a whole new museum experience for us. Instead of the normal, silent contemplation of paintings in compartmentalised spaces, the whole of the top floor is open plan and lined with a forest of paintings from every era....More
I visited the museum 31 years ago and returned to it this year. I love it at the time, but this time the impact was even greater! The architecture of the museum is fascinating, unusual, effective and beautiful. The art work display is unique and...More
This art museum has a unique revolving collection of many of the great artists from Brazil and Europe of the 20th century combined with many old masters in a lovely setting. it is worth the visit and is centrally located on avenida paulista.
The iconic building and the great western art collection of this museum make it a popular attraction for all visitors and a reason of pride for São Paulo´s residents. Located at the city´s most famous avenue, close to a subway station, it´s very easy to...More
Every year we look forward to our MASP art experience. This year WE ENJOYED the Toulouse Lautrec exhibit- excellent! MASP does a great job of helping the viewer under each painting with usual and historical perspective. On the other hand, their great collection of paintings...More
This is a nice museum, centrally located on Paulista Avenue, with lots of exhibit space and a cafe in the basement. Some of the exhibits are include dint reentrance fee while others you need to pay additionally for. They have a large number of Brazilian...More
From Rembrandt to Van Gogh, you can find everything here. The museum's way of displaying their pieces is different from any other museum I've visited.