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Pinacoteca is a museum of visual arts, with emphasis on Brazilian production since the nineteenth century. It belongs to the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture. It was founded in 1905 by the State Government of São Paulo and it is the oldest art...more
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Pinacoteca is one of my favorite place in SP. Close to the Luz Station, easy to get there. During the week is donation so no excuse. Always a different show. The building for itself is so fresh and beautiful and inspiring!
This is a nice art museum with extraordinary pieces of great artists, with which you may learn about local history. This building is located in front of the Luz Station and nearby a park, with old and nice trees, that requires improvement and care from...More
I usually visit the Pinacoteca once a year.Usually I go to see a specific exhibition, and then I always take a look at the permanent exhibition.Pinacoteca is one of my favourite museums in São Paulo.I like its architecture and atmosphere.It has a perfect mix of...More
A treasure of Brazilian art, both modern and old are housed side by side in this majestic building. The arrangement of Sculptures amid paintings and a pleasant interior courtyard make the experience much nicer.
It was free on the Saturday afternoon that I went (first day of spring), so the price was right!
There is much modern art which I don't understand, don't have the time for, and certainly would not hang on the walls of my house.
If you’re interested in arts this is one of the places to visit when visiting São Paulo. With some nice paintings and great exhibitions you can have a fabulous afternoon. You can also grab something to eat at the coffee shop, if it’s a sunny...More
My sweet and I flew to Brazil for a wedding two weeks ago. We spent our time there enjoying so many areas. We were in Iguazu Falls and viewed them from both the Brazilian and the Argentinian sides in addition to taking a very fun...More