Raquel Zimmermann By Willy Vanderperre
For The June/July Issue Of W Magazine


Raquel Zimmermann styled by Edward Enninful and photographed by Willy Vanderperre for the June/July issue of W Magazine. Need to get a copy based on this story alone.


Inhotim Makes An Appearance
In The WSJ Magazine


Model Drake Burnette styled by Alastair McKimm and photographed by Josh Olins in Inhotim, Minas Gerais, for the latest issue of the WSJ. Magazine. View the complete story here, and for more information about Inhotim and how to get there visit inhotim.org.br.


Katia Selinger Gets Splashed With Paint
In The April Issue Of Elle Brazil


Art meets fashion in the April issue of Elle Brazil with a story photographed by Gustavo Zylbersztajn at last month’s MOVE! exhibit at Sesc Belenzinho, featuring a selection of graphic pieces edited by Rita Lazzarotti and Larissa Lucchese.


MOVE! Opens At Sesc Belenzinho
In São Paulo This Weekend


MOVE!, a series of installations created by world renowned artists in collaboration with fashion designers, opens to the public at Sesc Belenzinho in São Paulo this coming Saturday. Curated by Visionaire’s Cecilia Dean and journalist David Colman, MOVE! was originally conceived for the Museum of Modern’s Art’s MoMA PS1 in New York in 2010. In collaboration with international fashion and arts consultant Antonio Haslauer, the exhibit was re-envisioned for São Paulo with a new selection of performance pieces and the participation of Brazilian labels and designers, including Osklen, Ellus, Pedro Lourenço, Francisco Costa, Alexandre Herchcovitch, and more. Artists featured in the exhibit include Vik Muniz, Ryan McNamara, Rob Pruitt, Peter Coffin, and Olaf Breuning. The exhibition space was conceived and designed by Estúdio Guto Requena using exclusively sustainable or repurposed materials in order to minimize environmental impact.

MOVE! runs from March 9 to March 19 at Sesc Belezinho. Admission is free, so do not miss it.


A Tribute To Oscar Niemeyer
On Avenida Paulista

Brazilian graffiti artist Kobra puts the final touches to his piece of art in tribute to Brazilian architect Niemeyer, next to his assistants, at the financial center in Sao Paulo

The city of São Paulo is paying tribute to architect Oscar Niemeyer with a massive mural on Avenida Paulista painted by artist and muralist Eduardo Kobra with the help of four other artists over the course of the last ten days. The mural in honor of Niemeyer, who passed away last December at the age of 104, is 52 meters tall and 16 meters wide, occupying almost an entire facade of an 18-story high building at Praça Oswaldo Cruz. It will be officially delivered tomorrow as part of the city’s anniversary celebrations.