Who we are

About us:

      Carré Art provides a platform for Brazilian culture and artists by highlighting the most up-to-date Brazilian artistic trends. Our goal is to promote contemporary Brazilian art, while also fostering cultural exchanges and supporting emerging and mid-career Brazilian artists. Our online gallery features a curated selection of artworks, from limited editions to originals.

       Founded in 2016, after two years of careful planning, Carré Art works with artists from several fields: photography, painting, illustration, graffiti and other means of artistic expression. Among Carré Art’s represented artists are renowned Jade Matarazzo, Carmen Gusmão, Carlos Zibel, Mateu Velasco, Marcelo Lamarca, among many others. Carré Art presents Brazilian artists works in American galleries and art institutions throughout the country providing career management for Brazilian artists, which include showcasing opportunities and portfolio development.

        Carré Art has a Curatorial Consulting presented by Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa, a Brazilian-born independent curator, art historian and critic currently based between California and New York. She is a visiting faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Visual Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Art Writing from the School of Visual Arts (NY-2015), a Master of Arts in Art History, Contemporary Art (Sotheby’s Institute of Art-NY-2013).

       We strive to provide our customers with opportunities to support Brazilian art.

       Thank you, 

       Flavia Macuco Pecego | Founder and Director.

Curator: 

            Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa is a Brazilian-born independent curator, art historian and critic currently based between California and New York. She is a visiting faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Visual Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Art Writing from the School of Visual Arts (NY-2015), a Master of Arts in Art History, Contemporary Art (Sotheby’s Institute of Art-NY-2013) and she is the co-author of the book Contemporary Art in Brazil by Edições Pinakotheke (Rio de Janeiro, 2015).

She has curated the exhibitions Another Gesture/Um Outro Gesto/Eine Weitere Geste at A.I.R. Gallery in New York (2017), the show Triplopia: Gregorio Gruber, Lucio Tamino and Lorena Hollander in São Paulo, Brazil (2015) and in 2013 she co-curated Sisifo: El Heroismo del Absurdo, ArteActual, FLACSO, in Quito, Ecuador. She was a curatorial intern at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), at El Museo del Barrio, and at the Whitney Museum of American Art, where she was part of the 2014 Whitney Biennial Team. She is Creative Director of AnnexB, an organization that facilitate and manage several artistic projects exclusively for Brazilian artists in New York. Her essays and reviews have been published by The Brooklyn Rail, ARTnews Magazine, Guernica, Hyperallergic, and artcritical.