From Tuesdays to Fridays in July, Palácio Tangará’s indoor pool of will become a movie theatre to show two daily sessions, at 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., to be watched from the inside of the water. The first one will be dedicated to children's films and the second to other categories - for guests only.
Matches at Burle Bar
Burle Bar prepares itself to receive the final phase of the America Cup 2019 with a special drinks' menu by Gustavo Romulo, winner of the Brazilian championship of cocktail shaker and snacks made by chef Felipe Rodrigues.
Winter Chocolate Afternoon Tea
During the month of July, in the high of Brazilian winter, the traditional High Tea served on Fridays and Saturdays, will have an extraordinary edition with special chocolate items prepared by our masterful pastry chefs.
The exhibition Fluidez, at Japan House, has as main elements water, light and music that, in tune, put the visitors in an unforgettable sensorial experience. The exhibit is divided into five groups that shows the movement of water resembling living elements.
The Sweet Art Museum
After its success in Portugal, the Sweet Art Museum, arrives in São Paulo to stimulate the imagination of visitors with the theme "Say Yes to Happiness". In addition to several fun scenarios, the museum will also feature candy tastings and virtual reality activities.
Tarsila do Amaral, one of the greatest names of the Brazilian modernist movement, will have an individual exhibition at the São Paulo Museum of Art. The exposition will feature the most popular works of the artist, becoming one of the main highlights of the museum in 2019.
"Planet Home" will be the theme for this year´s best and most complete architecture, decoration and landscaping exhibition in the Americas, Casa Cor. The exhibit takes place at the Jockey Club of São Paulo and presents the trends of living in several different environments, which reflect the individuality and particular universe of each individual.
Lina Bo Bardi: Habitat
The first floor of the São Paulo Museum of Art will be taken by the exhibition Habitat dedicated to the work of Lina Bo Bardi, the architect who has projected the museum itself. The exhibition will aim three fronts and will bring together magazines, texts, projects, drawings and photos of the artist.