05-09/JUN 2024
Complexo do Pacaembu, São Paulo - SP

Continua

Galleria Continua was founded in 1990 in the small medieval town of San Gimignano, Italy. Thirty years later, the gallery remains in this rich, timeless town, bringing great exhibitions of artists to the small village, attracting tourists and collectors to meet and see exhibitions by internationally recognized artists such as Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor and Antony Gormley, as well as great Brazilian artists such as Ana Maria Tavares, Marcelo Cidade, André Komatsu and Jonathas de Andrade.

Perhaps the gallery's biggest distinction is that it constantly tries to set up its branches in exhibition areas other than conventional white cubes, or even "noble" addresses for contemporary art. The gallery's aim is to reach out to audiences outside the mainstream of contemporary art. Besides its headquarters being located at an old movie theater in San Gimignano, the other venues of the gallery include an old armaments factory in Beijing and a Chinese theater in Havana.

In São Paulo, having the same mission of bringing contemporary art closer to new audiences, Galleria Continua has been established in Complexo Pacaembu. Recognized by the population and its users as one of the city's most beloved venues, the complex covers 75,598m2 and, as a project, the gallery has the freedom to design and incorporate installations by its artists into all of the complex's sports spaces.

Main Sector

San Gimignano - Italy
Beijing - China
Les Moulins – França
Havana – Cuba
Roma – Itália
São Paulo – SP
Paris – França