RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Sacred Art Museum of São Paulo - MAS/SP is exhibiting the first edition of the Salão Paulista de Arte Naïf with approximately 190 works by artists from 39 cities in the Brazilian state of São Paulo.
Works created in various formats may be viewed, such as paintings, collages, drawings, watercolors, engravings, sculptures, carvings, embroidery, needlework, and modeling.
Curator Marinilda Boulay says that "the Salão Paulista de Arte Naïf seeks to map, register, experiment, value, and spread naïf art produced in the state, where each creator casts his or . . .