Avenida Paulista in São Paulo to become largest cultural corridor of Latin America

São Paulo's MASP Museum announces expansion work. New headquarters will have an art school and an underground tunnel.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After almost a decade, the Assis Chateaubriand São Paulo Art Museum (MASP) resumes construction of the institution's second headquarters, which will be built in the building next to Lina Bo Bardi's (1914-1992) structure, on Paulista Avenue. The expansion will take place with the occupation of Dumont-Adams, a former residential building that is now in disrepair.

Before the pandemic, Itaúsa CEO and MASP board chairman Alfredo Setubal spent much of 2019 driving his Volvo through São Paulo's heavy traffic. Setubal always had two passengers with him: former banker and . . .

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