Casa Triângulo, founded in 1988, in São Paulo, stands out as one of the most important and respected contemporary art galleries in Brazil. The gallery plays a crucial role in building and consolidating the career of several important artists in the recent history of Brazilian Contemporary Art and also commands a special position on launching emerging talents. The gallery program is internationally recognized for presenting young and emerging artists and constantly supporting them to present institutional-scale exhibitions, reaffirming the gallery as a free experimental space focused on contemporary art.
Casa Triângulo remains consistent to its aim of promoting great and innovative artists and nurturing the best talent from the new generation of artists around the globe. The program is focused on cutting edge art, and the team of artists that the gallery represents is taking an increasingly prominent position in the international art scene.
In March 2016, Casa Triângulo moved to a new location in Jardins, São Paulo. The new building of Casa Triangulo, designed by Metro Architects, has a strong urban presence. A big white box with translucent and opaque panes features two different pavements and two exhibition areas, making up a total of approximately 500m2. The main room extends to the outside of the gallery towards the street creating an outdoors area for exhibitions.