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SP-Arte/2013 announces participating galleries
Sonia Racy. Photo: Juan Guerra.

SAO PAULO.- SP-Arte, announces its ninth edition, taking place April 3–7, 2013, at the São Paulo Bienal Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park. The fair boasts over 120 galleries: 82 Brazilian, and 41 international galleries.

During SP-Arte, São Paulo is taken over by special events to welcome the fair and its guests. This year, São Paulo’s famous Casa de Vidro, the former residence and historic home of Brazilian arquitect Lina Bo Bardi, will reopen its doors in time for SP-Arte on April 4 for the exhibtion the insides are on the outside, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist. Other events around the city include the exhibition O Ar Mais Próximo e Outras Materias, an extensive exhibition of artist Waltercio Caldas’ work, as well as Recuo, an installation by Iran do Espirito Santo in the Capela do Morumbi, among others.

The fair’s programming is stronger than ever. On April 4–6, SP-Arte presents Dialogues, conversations held between Adriano Pedrosa and curators, artists, and collectors.

Curatorial Lab, a project developed by Adriano Pedrosa, will enter its second edition; four young curators were selected for professional development workshops; the results of these encounters will be presented as individual exhibitions at SP-Arte.

Editorial Cluster continues to broaden the public’s view on the role of Artist’s books. The cluster showcases an exhibition based on the Bacanas Books blog by artist Fabio Morais, acting as part collector’s journal and virtual catalogue.

SP-Arte/2013 Exhibitor List
1500, Rio de Janeiro/ A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro/ A Ponte, São Paulo/ AFA, Santiago/ Almeida e Dale, São Paulo/ AM Horizonte, Belo Horizonte/ Amarelonegro, Rio de Janeiro/ Amparo 60, Recife/ Anita Beckers, Frankfurt/ Anita Schwartz, Rio de Janeiro/ Art: Concept, Paris/ Arte 57, São Paulo/ Arteedições. São Paulo/ Athena, Rio de Janeiro/ Athena Contemporânea, Rio de Janeiro/ Babel, São Paulo/ Baginski, Lisbon/ Banditrazos-Nuvem, São Paulo/ Baró, São Paulo/ Berenice Arvani, São Paulo/ Bergamin, São Paulo/ Bolsa de Arte, Porto Alegre/ Carreras Mugica, Bilbao/ Casa Triângulo, São Paulo/ Casas Riegner, Bogota/ Celma Albuquerque, Belo Horizonte/ Central, São Paulo/ Choque Cultural, São Paulo/ Christopher Grimes, Santa Monica/ Continua, San Gimignano/ Dan, São Paulo/ Dan Contemporânea, São Paulo/ David Zwirner, New York/ DConcept, São Paulo/ Eduardo Fernandes, São Paulo/ El Museo, Bogota/ Elba Benitez, Madrid/ Eliana Benchimol, Rio de Janeiro/ Elvira González, Madrid/ Emma Thomas, São Paulo/ Estação, São Paulo/ Fass, São Paulo/ Feldbuschwiesner, Berlin/ Fernando Pradilla, Madrid/ Fólio, São Paulo/ Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo/ Franco Noero, Turin/ Gagosian, New York/ Gávea, Rio de Janeiro/ Gregor Podnar, Berlin/ Gustavo Rebello, Rio de Janeiro/ Hauser & Wirth, London/ Hilda Araújo, São Paulo/ Inox, Rio de Janeiro/ Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo/ Kaikai Kiki, Tokyo/ Klaus Steinmetz, San José/ La Caja Negra, Madrid/ La Casona, Havana/ Laura Marsiaj, Rio de Janeiro/ Leme, São Paulo/ Lemos de Sá, Nova Lima/ Lia Rumma, Milan/ Lisson, London/ Logo, São Paulo/ Luciana Brito, São Paulo/ Luciana Caravello, Rio de Janeiro/ Luisa Strina, São Paulo/ Lume Photos, São Paulo/ Lurixs, Rio de Janiero/ Marcelo Guarnieri, Ribeirão Preto/ Marcia Barrozo do Amaral, Rio de Janeiro/ Marilia Razuk, São Paulo/ Max Wigram, London/ Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo/ Mercedes Viegas, Rio de Janiero/ Millan, São Paulo/ Multiplique Boutique, São Paulo/ Mul.ti.plo, Rio de Janeiro/ Murilo Castro, Belo Horizonte/ Nara Roesler, São Paulo/ Neugerriemschneider, Berlin/ Oscar Cruz, São Paulo/ Pace, London/ Papel Assinado, São Paulo/ Paralelo, São Paulo/ Parra & Romero, Madrid/ Paulo Darzé, Salvador/ Paulo Kuczynski, São Paulo/ Pequena Galeria 18, Rio de Janeiro/ Peter Kilchmann, Zurich/ Pilar, São Paulo/ Pinakotheke Cultural, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo/ Polígrafa, Barcelona/ Progetti, Rio de Janeiro/ Raquel Arnaud, São Paulo/ Ronie Mesquita, Rio de Janeiro/ Sergio Gonçalves, Rio de Janeiro/ Silvia Cintra + Box4, Rio de Janeiro/ SIM, Curitiba/ Simões de Assis, Curitiba/ Sprovieri, London/ Spruth Magers, Berlin/ Steiner, São Paulo/ Studio Nobrega, São Paulo/ Sur, Montevideo/ Swedish Photography, Berlin/ Sylvio Nery, São Paulo/ Tempo, Rio de Janeiro/ Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg/ Transversal, São Paulo/ Untitled, New York/ Van de Weghe, New York/ Vera Cortês, Lisbon/ Vermelho, São Paulo/ Virgilio, São Paulo/ White Cube, London/ Xippas, Paris/ Ybakatu, Curitiba/ Yvon Lambert, Paris/ Zipper, São Paulo

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