Contemporary Art Museum

Exhibition at the São Paulo Contemporary Art Museum with the sculpture "Eternamente" developed together with the visionary artist Cesar Franzói.

Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo

exhibition, gallery, art collaboration, sculpture


In an exciting cross-cultural collaboration, the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo hosted a riveting exhibition featuring "Eternamente," a sculptural masterpiece co-created by KAGE and the esteemed Brazilian artist Cesar Franzói. This exhibition was a convergence of visionary talent and a celebration of the transcendent beauty that can emerge from the melding of two distinct artistic philosophies.

The centerpiece, "Eternamente," is a striking work that seamlessly blends KAGE's unparalleled metalwork artistry with Franzói's visionary artistic narrative. It is a piece that symbolizes the eternal cycle of life and creativity, a theme that resonates throughout KAGE's oeuvre. The sculpture, crafted with exquisite skill and attention to detail, captivates viewers with its intricate design and the way it manipulates light and space to offer an immersive experience.

The Museu de Arte Contemporânea's halls were filled with an audience drawn to the raw emotive power of "Eternamente," and the exhibition provided a profound commentary on the universal language of art and its capacity to bridge diverse cultures and histories. The event was not just an exhibition but a dialogue between the past and the present, the tangible and the intangible, nature and craft.


Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo

Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, 1301 - Vila Mariana, 04094-050 São Paulo, Brazil

The Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo, established in 1963, is a prominent museum in São Paulo, Brazil, showcasing modern and contemporary art from both Brazil and around the world. Located on the university's main campus and in Ibirapuera Park, it's one of Brazil's largest art museums. The museum's creation is linked to the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, with significant contributions from Francisco Matarazzo Sobrinho. The museum, housed in an Oscar Niemeyer-designed building, boasts a rich collection of Brazilian art since 1960.