Optimism in the Brazilian art market

São Paulo is the most significant economic and cultural center in Latin America. It has a financial elite that has the potential to be a cultural elite as well.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Three art fairs will be held in São Paulo through June. The country's oldest event, SP-Arte, which is 18 years old, will be held April 6-10.

There are two newcomers: ArtSampa, the first edition of ArtRio in São Paulo, which opens next Thursday (March 17) at Oca, and ArPa, which will be held June 1-5 in a temporary space at Complexo Pacaembu.

After the news of a revival of the national art market, with even better results in 2021 than in the years before the pandemic, the question remains: can . . .

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