By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - São Paulo is always surprising. But when it comes to the fine arts landscape, surprises can happen at every corner: art galleries, rooms, centers, and museums seem to pop up all over the city, and, in the past ten years, they have been getting more numerous and more diverse.
Although the "beaux-arts" have for a long time been a privilege of the elites, one will undoubtedly be impressed on how democratic São Paulo's immense art landscape can be - including alternative galleries selling artworks for lower prices and . . .