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Government of São Paulo promotes New Sea Issue – Museum of Street Art

About of 30 new works of urban art, signed by artists such as Mundane, services on arrival, Simone Siss, Raquel Brust and The Tupys, occupy the city in all geographical regions of São Paulo

The City of São Paulo launches in December the new edition of Street Art Museum (MAR), a partnership between the Municipal Culture, Boroughs and Education. The Initiative aims to improve the city's vocation for the production of urban art and expand its positive impact on culture and identity of São Paulo. With work completed between the months of December and January, the project enables about 30 urban art works in different media, as graphite, stencil, photography, always large.

Three-axis support this edition of the SEA: implementation of interventions; investment in training of teachers and artists, for 2020; and encouraging urban art market with public-private partnerships. Among the highlights, is giant, the photographer and visual artist Raquel Brust. It is an urban intervention with giant photos, as the name implies, and uses the architecture of the city as support, interacting with the landscape and reacting to it. The work is located under the Minhocao was initiated on day 2 of december.

Already the project #TarsilaInspira brings women artists coloring the center of Sao Paulo with works created from the work of the modernist artist Tarsila do Amaral. Developed by Luciana White, the invitation of the Municipal Secretary of Culture Alexandre Youssef, the work features the artists Simone Siss, Hanna Listings, either Magrela, Katia Lombardo, Laura Monteiro Guimarães and Crica. They will be colored five skyscrapers in the city center, in gigantic dimensions murals.

The graffiti artist Mundane, making interventions in recyclable material collectors carts, will speak on Avenida Pacaembu questioning the disaster Brumadinho. The Brazilian musical icon Joao Gilberto, who died in July this year, wins honor at the hands of the artist services on arrival, one of the leading graphite names in Brazil, integrating the first generation of post-dictatorship military graffiti. The artist's style is inspired by the Northeastern string and woodcuts. The tribute will be held at Avenida Mercury, next to the Municipal Market.

With humor and irreverence, the group the Tupys, which operates in São Paulo since the late 1980, will paint the side of a building in the city center. The collective is formed by Carlos Delfino, Ciro Cozzolino and Ze Carratu. A Grupo Open, on the other hand, honors Thebes, black architect, after being slaved to the 58 years old, It has established itself as one of the biggest names in Brazilian architecture of the century 18.



conceived in 2008 by visual artist Raquel Brust, the Giganto aims to create a temporary exhibition inserted in daily life. It aims to transform the landscape with huge portraits, proposing reflections on human relations and the space we inhabit, and arouse empathy and tolerance. The creative process Giganto is focused on valuing the individual and their history. Search humanize concrete structures and helps create a more affective memory with the city through public art. With the project, Raquel Brust has participated in several national and international exhibitions. Highlights include a solo exhibition and a conference at the International Photography Festival PhotoEspaña , in Madrid, 2014, Brazilian version of the same festival held 2013 in Sao Paulo PhotoEspaña.br, a work of Salsabil 2018 produced for the Hack The City series displayed on the NatGeo channel sponsored by Intel, Of these I am the work – Amazing women who make the Carnival in the House Ipanema in Rio de Janeiro, the Giganto exposure in BH – Erro99 in Belo Horizonte in the year 2016; individual exhibition at SESC São Paulo: Matter and Memory 2013, Water and Dreams 2012, Shows SESC Arts 2010. He participated in the group exhibition and book Generation 00 – New Brazilian Photography at SESC Belenzinho, addition of Photography Festivals like Paraty in Focus and RJ Photo in Tariff in MG and others.


Simone Siss + Laura Guimarães
Hanna Listings
either Magrela
chronic Monteiro
Katia Lombardo

In April, the group invited by Luciana White and led by Simone Siss made a special visit to the exhibition Tarsila Popular, at MASP, Tarsilinha conducted by Amaral – great-niece and estate administrator of the modernist painter. The six artists had contact with the stories that surround the works and knew a little more of the trajectory and the legacy of the painter. From there and through the support of the Department of Culture, expose the city 5 murals created from this dive.


Photographer Rui Mendes, 57, known for its Brazilian rock images of the year 1980 and 1990, will be, the one time, subject and object celebration. In the year that complete 40 years of profession, You will have a photograph he took of Raul Seixas in 1987 expanded to cover the gable of a building in the city center. The idea is to install this image, unheard, in a building on the viaduct Santa Efigenia area. The portrait is part of a series of photos that Mendes took the house of the musician from Bahia Butantã, in West St. Paul. In 2019 complement one another 30 anniversary of the death of Seixas.


About Mauro Sergio Neri da Silva. Black originating from the outskirts of Sao Paulo, Brasil, 1981, drawing since. From 1995 paints and works on the street as a picker, walking and lyricist. Between 2000 and 2002 He was discovered artist, educator, muralist, and graffiti or tagger. Graduated in Visual Arts, in São Paulo, 2003. He lived in Italy 2005 to 2008 when he attended the Academy of Fine Arts Bologna. Member of the collective agents Marginal, creator, co-ordinator, cocurator, of Projects: Meeting in Niggaz 2004, I Imargem 2006 and in Cartograffiti 2009, Infograffiti in 2016 multidisciplinary projects that articulate the themes: Edu-communication, Graffiti, memory, Youth, art, environment, coexistence and right to the city; It was selected by programs, notices and awards of the Ministry of Culture, the Secretary of State for Culture, the Municipal Environmental Culture and Human Rights.


the Tupys, art collective and urban interventions, It operates in São Paulo since the early 80. He participated in several exhibitions in Brazil Museums and Galleries. In 2018 He made the mural in Academic Block headquarters building of the Lower Augusta, in São Paulo. In 2019 Exposure participates “Smooth path – neuropaisagens” at Galeria Virgilio, in São Paulo. The new group of the project is to paint the side of a building in downtown São Paulo presenting their latest repertoire of images and signs, always with great humor and irreverence.


The Blackboard at the Center will be an Urban art exhibition that will use the Graffiti technique as a form of expression, information and communication vehicle to contribute to the interaction of the viewer, and improve the landscape that borders the central city of São Paulo. The idea of ​​this project is to promote the revitalization of urban areas in order to contribute to the enhancement of the cultural heritage of the city through reframing the story of an enslaved who learned the mason craft with his master in the city of Santos. Due to lack of opportunities both migrated to São Paulo in 1750, from there it becomes part of the history of our city and receives his freedom to build the tower from the Cathedral, also built the gable side of the Monastery of St. Benedict and the decorative elements of the facade of the Carmelite Third Order.


The artist Binho Ribeiro hold the painting of a gable in Largo São Bento, birthplace of Hip Hop culture in São Paulo. The painting that location is very important and means a tribute to the origin, the history and some protagonists of this culture that the artist himself is part from 1984.

Binho Ribeiro + collective X (Evol SNEK FEIK NEM Nick TIOCH primary)

Binho Ribeiro also performs a second gable with an unprecedented group of invited artists, for a collective creation never before, maintaining the aesthetic language of graffiti.

Thiago Toes

Lives and works in São Bernardo do Campo.

assistant was important visual arts circuit of names like Gemini, Lucia Koch and Nina Pandolfo, period in which raised interest in his authorial production.

Autodidact (self taught), Thiago made artistic accompaniments in various study groups; Hermes in Visual Arts with orientation Nino Cais, Carla Chaim and Marcelo Amorim; in Oswald de Andrade Workshop in two stages, first orientation by curator Julia Lima and artist Marcia de Moraes and the second time by Theo Craveiro, their last study group was to João Loureiro in the studio 397.

It is recurrent in the artist's work elements like characterization of the human figure and the representation of the universe. The union of these themes is when the artist invites us to reflect on stereotypes of modern society.


Marcos Ramos, the Enivo, He started his experiences in the graffiti 12 years, in 1998. Since then, it marks the city streets with his art. Degree in fine arts from the School Paulista Arts, Enivo is a founding partner of A7MA Gallery and also educator, in order to share knowledge and experiences with young people focused on researching and producing art.

Carraro Ronah

Is a visual artist, illustrator, graffiti, stylist, designer, diagramador; a multi artist.

Born in São Paulo, He graduated in Fine Arts from the University São Judas and since 2005 develops works related to Street Art. His background is the city of São Paulo, where for several quarters, including Mooca (Where was he born) he held panels, walls and urban interventions coloring the gray city.

Carraro works with various surfaces such as screen, wood and paper mache.


WORLDLY is known for his graffiti "paporreto" on walls, viaducts and over 280 wagons of waste pickers. The graffiti artist and activist Mundane searching question concepts and behaviors of people through impact statements. He transcended mundane inks and is now a reference in artivismo, speaker at the TED Global and TED Fellow, creator of Pimp My Wagon and curator of other cultural and social project success. The artist has made interventions in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba, Cuiabá, Manaus, Poços de Caldas, Bethlehem, Salvador, Brasilia, Teresina, Alto Xingu, Buenos Aires,Quilmes,Mar Del Plata, among other cities of Brazil and the world.

services on arrival

The São Paulo Paulo Cesar Silva, It is artist, illustrator and one of the leading graphite names in Brazil. It represents the first generation of graffiti artists from Brazil, which emerged after the end of the military dictatorship, when hip-hop culture, Coming from New York suburbs, invaded São Paulo. Inspired by the folk tradition of string northeastern literature and woodcut, Speto developed its own and unique style, printing a Brazilian expression in his work. Although self-taught, the artist made several courses at MAM, Museum of Modern Art, besides woodcut classes with Bruno de Oliveira, whom he considers his master engraver and printmaker. He began to receive the merit for their work only in years 2000, when the graphite has become recognized as art in Brazil. Currently considered one of the country's leading street art names, Speto has works spread over 15 countries and has participated in Art Basel Miami, where he graffitied a wall in the American city within the Primary Flight, largest outdoor art event on the planet. His works have been exhibited in museums such as the Palais de Tokyo, in France, Museum Afro Brazil, in São Paulo, and in various galleries in the US and Europe.


Rafael Hayashi, conflicts between society and the individual is the central theme of his work. São Paulo, Brasil, It is the birthplace, lives and where his works draws. Of its fight with the city and the force that is not to be swallowed by it emerge from their work. In the production of his paintings forms and characters emerge from the masses of paint. As if I could mold the screen, he builds with his hands and pieces of fabric your lights, volumes and movements.

Much influenced by oriental art and contemporary painting, loads in their work marks ukiyo-e (Japanese print) and painters who ever you were references to Cai Quo Quiang, Yang Shaobin, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Egon Schiele among many others.


Alex Hornest was invited to attend the event SEA, which will transmit their painting techniques, mural painting and graffiti fully authorial creation.


RafaMon will make a large format panel in Décio de Almeida Prado Theater.

The visual artist Rafa Monteiro, or just Rafa Mon – It is mining of Mount Zion. He began his career working with fashion, but soon he began to venture into the visual arts, her passion, testing their designs in ultra colorful bags and T-shirts, until he ventured on the first wall and never stopped.

From 2014 intensified its politicized work, which only increased the popularity and scope of his art. In the wake of this success, They came several works of high visibility, like painting the ceiling of Laura Alvim Culture House and the development of a unique pattern for Adidas in Rio Olympics.

Other notable works include a 350m2 mural at Riocentro, plus prints for brands Salinas and Maria Filo. Not to mention the activism, Rafa has painted several murals in combat homophobia actions. Last year produced the largest panel of his career, the side of a building on the edge Botafogo, with 36 meters of height. Even in the last year participated in the Ipanema brand sandals line / Grendene signing two prints of the new collection, It launched its first collection of books by publisher 3B and was invited by the NGO WWF to join the team of artists who created shares to one of his campaigns in Sao Paulo. Started 2019 creating a 600m2 mural in Barra da Tijuca and in the coming months to launch its participation in another line of sandals Ipanema brand / Grendene signing three new prints.

A tremendous visual impact and with a striking style, his works can be seen at various points of Rio de Janeiro, where there lies 14 years, always imposing the challenge of making the wonderful city even more beautiful.


In partnership with the City Department of Culture and Helena Library Silveira collective Raxa Kuka presents Literary Walls: Inspired by the writers and writers of the Marginal Literature drawings will be a tribute to the poets of the soirees of the suburbs of São Paulo.


mural creation and execution of licks licks to gable.




Considered one of the pioneers of street art in Brazil, in operation since the late 1980, Celso Gitahy hold painting Mural TV NAUTA on Gable Building Blind located at Av. Brigadeiro Luis Antonio, 1622. From the repertoire of over 30 years of the artist, Celsus Gitahy make a composition using its “TV CATTLE”, one of his drawings more known to the public, with other designs specially prepared to fill this screen-town in a building with more than 10 stories high.


The artist Tikka will develop a wall in large-scale gable to the city of São Paulo and Department of Culture within the SEA project with production Instagrafite.


The intervention consists of running artistic paintings with ethnic motifs of native peoples who lived in the river or used it as a means of navigation. in the region of São Paulo, between these spellings will be painted current indigenous leaders phrases about the relationship with the rivers and respect.

Will be 4 the dimensions of panels 6 high by 25 meters wide, Painted on the river Tiete grinding rail, bridges between the green house and the bridge of Pequeri.

This work is continuing a series of interventions called Manifesto Capybara, started in 2008 and carried out in various areas and specific sites of the city.


Born in 1983, Alex Senna is an illustrator and São Paulo graffiti artist who works mainly in São Paulo. The interest in drawing began very early, as a child, as well as many of his family members who had drawing as a hobby. Senna came into contact with the graphite initially 2002. Your dash and choice of color reminiscent of the comics found in newspapers, black and white, while generally themes often the relationship and the everyday. His work is influenced by cartoonists as Ziraldo, Mauricio de Souza and Quino. He has exhibited and painted murals in cities in Brazil, United States, Canada, South Korea, England, Denmark, Russia, France, Italy and Germany.

Mari Mats

Mari Mats is plastic artist and DJ, known in the independent music scene of São Paulo. Representative of the female class in street art, the young artist began his career there 11 years doing graffiti and coloring the downtown streets. His trademark is the black and white of his drawings and wacky characters and relaxed, always played in a world of creativity.

Currently, Mari Mats have a wide range artistic, which includes the customization of objects, plus several screens that have splashed the walls of several galleries.

Offset II SIAT

Artists Alex Senna and Mari Mats, along with his team will hold an educational art action together in SIAT II, Redemption of the project, in which the community interacts with paint and panel.


Documentary on urban artistic production in São Paulo focused on graffiti culture and artistic expressions related to music, fashion and dance. Diego will record the processes of creation of all SEA projects


Visual Artist Zezão (José Handa), recognized by graffiti storm sewers in the city of São Paulo, hold a gable wall on (side blind Building), continuing the series of works in skyscrapers entitled “70%”. Questioning how urban life affects their rivers, the work will be a monument to the city channeled rivers, the hidden rivers of SP. The project “70%” It is a series of tributes to hidden rivers, as a provocation to the São Paulo population and its relation to water.

Vertigo group

They are nowadays the best urban graphic artists from Colombia and one of the world's best. The mural will be done with support of the Embassy of Colombia in Brazil.

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