Baró Galeria opened its doors 4 years ago and already managed to establish itself as a reference on International art in the Brazilian art circuit. Directed by Spanish expatriate Maria Baró, the gallery is based in São Paulo on a 1,500m2 renovated warehouse in the burgeoning neighborhood of Santa Cecília. Baró Galeria aims to enhance the dialogue between artists, curators, collectors and cultural institutions.
Baró priority is displaying site-specif works and curatorial projects with a strong emphasis on artists from the 70’s and 80’s, such as Philippine David Medalla, Mexican Felipe Ehrenberg and Argentinian Roberto Jacoby enabling them to coexist with a team of young talents. The constant flow of ideas, projects and artwork gives the space a unique environment. The gallery also hosts a residency program for young emerging artists.
The exhibition History of Mondrian Fanclub: Hélio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape is one of many examples of excellent shows produced by Baró Galeria. As well as many other important shows and never before seen artists in Brazil such as Tatiana Trouvé and Roman Signer, Lourival Cuquinha, Pablo Siquier, Daniel Ashram, among others.
Extremely active in the International market, the gallery also participates in various art fairs like Miami Basel, Armory- NY, ArtBO, ArtBA, SP-Arte, ArtRio, MACO-Mexico, Arco-Madrid, ArtDubai, Pinta London and NY among others.
Courtesy of Baró Galery