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'The Negro' by Max Beckmann
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With the exhibition ‘Papéis Estrangeiros’ (‘Foreign Papers’) running until 28 October, following on from a 2011 show that focused entirely on Brazilian print art, São Paulo’s foremost art museum is giving its impressive collection of international prints an airing. We’re talking the likes of Rembrandt's St. Jerome Kneeling in Prayer, and the bull-fighting epic How the Famous Martincho Plants his Banderillas, by the Spanish Old Master, Francisco de Goya. The priceless prints share wallspace with the Ralph Steadman-like grotesques of the German printmaker Max Beckmann, and Albrecht Dürer's The Betrayal of Christ.
By CM Gorey
R$15, students R$7 (free to all Tue)
Major cards accepted
Date 15 Jun 2012-28 Oct 2012
Open 1am-6pm Tue-Sun (ticket office closes 5pm); 11am-8pm Thu (ticket office closes 7pm)
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