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NOV 2023 - FEB 2024

The Nano Art Hub proposal, developed in partnership between Nano Art Market and Cidade Center Norte, was to create a multiple space for dialogue, prospecting and commercialization of works of art in the North Zone of São Paulo, expanding the city’s traditional contemporary art circuit.

The first edition of the event lasted 3 months, between November 2023 and February 2024, and the proposal included the offering of free stands for Nano Art Market partners.



Rodrigo Pimenta

Rodrigo Pimenta is a painter, designer, and filmmaker, who lives and works in São Paulo. His research in painting focuses on exploring the grid, form and color, often utilizing digital tools in his process to create image and meaning for his colorful compositions.

He has a diploma in Publishing from ECA/USP, with a Master of Arts in Design at the London College of Printing, through a Chevening Scholarship. He has taken painting courses with Paulo Pasta, Charles Watson, Luiz Ernesto and Teresa Viana. He currently participates in the Uncool Artist ILAP Brasil program. Recent exhibitions include the Mostra Radar in São Paulo; Do Write (Right) to Me by Uncool Artist in New York and Miami; Leilão ArteSol; A Outra Feira in São Paulo. He has attented an Artist Residency program at Uncool Artist in 2022.

Danielle Cukierman

Danielle Cukierman is an artist born in Juiz de Fora, MG, in 1980, and currently residing and working in Rio de Janeiro. She is known for exploring unconventional materials in her artistic production. Using both industrial raw materials and discarded objects of little economic or utilitarian value, the artist creates paintings, embroidery, tapestries and installations that explore the theme of the path.

In Danielle’s most recent works, especially in her solo exhibition “Rota de Fuga” held in 2019 at Villa Aymoré, Rio de Janeiro, and in participations in group exhibitions such as “Do Write (right) to me” in NYC, “Intertwined” at the Brazilian Consulate – USA, NYC, “Abre Alas” at A Gentil Carioca and “Novíssimos” at the Ibeu Cultural Center, both in Rio de Janeiro, and at the International Cerveira Biennial in Portugal, the artist invites the viewer to reflect on the concept of a safe path or an escape route to deal with contemporary challenges.


Daniela Avellar

Daniela Avellar is a researcher, professor, and curator. She graduated in Psychology before gaining a master’s degree in Contemporary Studies of the Arts at the Universidade Federal Fluminense. Currently, a member of the doctorate program in Media and Culture Studies at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. She has published papers and texts in different books and publications. Her research traverses issues like conceptual art, sound art, language and listening as a curatorial practice. Daniela Avellar was curator of many shows that happened in Rio’s independent spaces, like Modos Rítmicos: Algo (Ricardo Basbaum’s study group show, Centro de Artes da UFF, 2018), Somarumor – Latin sound art (Espaço Apis, 2019), Primeiro encontro, Último encontro (Simon Fernandes solo show, Galeria Refresco, 2022), Escombros (Mateus Gomes solo show, winner of the photography prize FotoRio 2020, Casa da Escada Colorida, 2022), between others.


Av. Otto Baumgart, 245
Vila Guilherme
São Paulo, SP