2016, What's on?

Braziliarty at Brazilica Festival

Braziliarty is proud to bring the wildlife photography of João Marcos Rosa and the street art of Ananda Nahu to Liverpool to the Brazilica Festival from 12-18 July 2016 curated by Alicia Bastos/ Braziliarty. HABITAT BRAZIL, the wildlife photography by João Marcos Rosa From 12th-18th July 16 at St. George’s Hall, Liverpool. Opening times 10-17hs – [...]

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Brazilian Street Art at the Brazilian Season of the Horniman Museum

Braziliarty is pleased to work together with the Horniman Museum for the Brazil Season of 2016 bringing three Brazilian street artists to the museum gardens and the Forest Hill area. The exhibition of their work will be in the Museum until the end of the season in September 2016. See the image of the location [...]

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LATA Street Culture Festival 2016

LATA Street Culture Festival 20 june- 02 July 2016 at Red Gallery, Shoreditch, London.

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Multi-award winning wildlife photographer João Marcos Rosa at Horniman Museum

Gallery Square – Horniman Museum July 2016 – January 2017 The Horniman Museum presents the exhibition FAUNA BRAZIL bringing some light to the most elusive and incredible species showing the diversity of the Brazilian wildlife, considered to be the biggest in the world with the most known species of plants, freshwater fish and mammals. Documenting a large [...]

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Wasteland free screening at the Free Film Festival at Sanford Housing Coop

Braziliarty is pleased to partner with the New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival in 2016 to screen “Waste Land” a film directed by Lucy Walker about the work of the artist Vik Muniz. Filmed over nearly three years, WASTE LAND follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn [...]


SEE••DS presents Véio and a day of Brazilian art

We are delighted to invite you to the Brazilian Culture Open Day at SEE••DS in partnership with Braziliarty and the Cultural Section of the Brazilian Embassy, promoting Brazilian Culture through Véio’s work, showing for the first time in London. Please join us on Saturday 5 March, to discover a show by the Brazilian artist: Cícero [...]


Braziliarty Pop Up in Soho

40 Beak Street is an important building with a strong history. Built in 1910 it was a police section station, then turned into offices and it has got planning permission for demolition since 2008. In 2013, a group of activists, squatters and protesters took over the building to organize the Anti-G8 protest. The police came [...]

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