Check out the new exhibition on the Brazilian artist at the Pinacoteca de São Paulo - 3rd 11:00 

As a real appreciator of contemporary Brazilian art, I have to speak about one of the most recent exhibitions on one of the most important artists in Brazilian art history. Located in the incredible Pinacoteca in São Paulo, the exhibition "Leonilson: Truth, Fiction" brings together more than 150 works by the artist, who was born in Fortaleza in 1957. 

Among the works are paintings, drawings, embroidery, objects and installations. The show focuses on the artist’s ‘mature’ phase, with works created in 1987, such as the last piece designed by Leonilson: his installation at the Chapel of Morumbi in 1993. It shows a more minimalist artistic style, which is well worth seeing.