São Paulo’s Museu Brasileiro da Escultura (MuBE) Presents GRAFFITI FINE ART

In the upscale São Paulo district of Jardim Europa, perhaps the only São Paulo neighborhood whose walls are graffiti-free, the Museu Brasileiro da Escultura (MuBE) is presenting GRAFFITI FINE ART, an exhibit featuring the work of 20 street artists.  Thanks to a tip from MUNDANO, we stopped by a few hours before the exhibit officially opened last night and liked what we saw.  Curated by Binho Ribeiro, it continues through July 24th at Av. Europa, 218 in SP. 

Vito, photo by Lois Stavsky
Nadu, photo by Lois Stavsky
Opni, photo by Sara Mozeson
Binho, photo by Lois Stavsky

 And we discovered the following mural outside MuBE. I later found out that it was created for the 1st International Biennial of Graffiti Fine Art that was held at MuBE in 2010. I took this shot from street level: 

Faith47, Can2 and Ment1, photo by Lois Stavsky