MASP is considered the most important museum of European art in the southern hemisphere, one of the most important tourist destinations and icon of São Paulo.
The finest european art collection in Southern Hemisphere. Raphael, Rubens, Goya, Van Gogh, Monet, Cézanne, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani, Renoir, Picasso... And my personal favorite, Toulouse-Lautrec.
Tuesday is free!
If you reach this museum, most likely you'll find so many activities, art collections, and dancing groups at the street! 🎻🎭💃
Great collection of European painters too
This is the most important museum in Sao Paulo. It's pretty small, though, if you're used to museums in the USA.
Free entrance on Tuesdays.
Free on Tuesdays.
Probably the best Art Museum in South America.
Good organization of the collection. You can always learn visiting this place
There is only one floor, but the visit can take at least two hours. Better to go on Tuesdays, it's free.
Great minimalist and conceptual artworks in display. From Richard Serra, to Carl Andre, to Vitto Acconci. First floor
Great place to visit at Sao Paulo.
It's a great art museum. Very good painting collection.
Small museum with interesting pieces. Works from many Dutch artists from Van Gogh, Frans Post, Salomon van Ruysdael to a self-portrait of Rembrandt! It's like a compact Rijksmuseum.
Sept'13 - Very interesting exhibition of Gods n Madonnas. Greek artifacts always enchant me. The photo art area impressed me also! 2 FARC men srubbing in a river s amazing.
Contextually great Romanticism exhibition on the second floor featuring Van Gogh, Gauguin, Renoir, El Greco, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vuillard, Delacroix, Manet, Monet, Cezanne, Degas and much more.
Lucian freud is a must see
The Triumph of Detail: Portraits • Goya's “Retrato da Condessa de Casa das Flores” (1790–1797) is one of the masterpieces • until June 9th, 2013
Small but good permanent collection.
For some idiotic reason they make you wear your backpack backwards here. #lostintranslation
Must-see museum of the city. Great collection.
This 1968 Modernist building houses one of the most comprehensive Western art collections (ranging from Botticelli to Diego Rivera) in the Southern Hemisphere.
Great Museum! I was there during a Modigliani exibition! Top Top.
Fantastic. Everyone should come here... :')
Excelent restaurant, but no options for a quick snack. The small coffee shop downstairs only serves coffee and cookies, but no savory goods.
Visit the Rome exhibition! Cannot miss it!
It was built in 1968. Designed by the Italian modernist architect Lina Bo Bardi. His famous columns, however, were painted red just in 1990 in a partnership with the Suvinil paint company.
Always interesting international and Brazilian exhibitions and well-worth checking back regularly for new stuff!
Also known as MASP, this art museum is home to Latin American, Western, and the best Brazilian art. Also find some Degas, Delacroix, Tintoretto, and Van Gogh in here. Museum closed on Mondays.
Free entrance on Tuesday. Check if open Sunday/Monday.
Every Tuesday entrance is free to everyone
I really enjoyed to see the lots of pictures
very cool!! ;D
One of the best places to see art in SP, Brasil.
You can't miss this place!
You would not expect that they got a huge collection from Van Gogh & Rodin. This place is not to be missed.
Every Sunday morning there is an antique fair underneath the museum. Check it out!
always a good place.