From masp.org.br (translated from Portuguese)
“The São Paulo Museum of Art is a private non-profit museum, founded by the Brazilian businessman Assis Chateaubriand, in 1947, who formed, together with the couple Lina Bo and Pietro Maria Bardi, the most important European art collection in the Southern Hemisphere.
Today, the MASP collection brings together more than 10,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs and clothing from different periods, covering European, African, Asian and Americas production. In addition to the permanent exhibition of its collection, MASP organises an intense program of temporary exhibitions, courses, lectures, music, dance and theatre presentations.”
It’s also possible to take a virtual tour of the Museum of Art of Sao Paolo through Google Arts and Culture
From Cidade de São Paulo Turismo:
"People with special needs can also visit the MASP, because the building has accessible entrance, four adapted restrooms and elevators. Art works are exhibited in proper height and there are signs for the visually impaired."Mobility accessibility features:
Vision accessibility features:
- Level or ramp access to front entrance
- Lift access to all levels
- Accessible toilet
- Large print or high contrast menus and other signage
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