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Ana Paula at Pinacoteca do Estado

Ana Paula at Pinacoteca do Estado

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ana paula cerqueira at Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo by @jpuerro

Spotted at the Francis Alÿs’s saint-heavy Fabiola exhibition at Pinacoteca museum in São Paulo, Ana Paula stands gracefully tall and comfortably exquisite in Carioca attire: airy Totem pants paired with sandals from New Order. (photo by @jpuerro)

 


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Érika... After Hours

Érika… After Hours

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We first met Érika at the MALBA museum in Buenos Aires. She’s a photographer from Brazil. That is all we know about her.

Attempting to summarize even a smidgen of Érika’s mind-roasting allure is futile—mostly, because we hardly know her and her glance suggests an ambush of unimaginable charms.

Instead, here’s a very mini saga of Érika’s beauty, photographed in a rustic Paris apartment, after museum hours.

(photos by Leandro Neves)

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Tainá at OCA

Tainá at OCA

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Tainá Nogueira at OCA Folklore Museum

This little white, flouncy dress by Le Lis Blanc packs such a punch that crowds disperse in reverse hypnotism. Here’s Taniá – featured again, because we love her and we can – in front of the OCA museum in São Paulo, showing a pinch of skin at their exhibition on religious works of art from the Vatican. 


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Tainá at MAM

Tainá at MAM

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Taina Nogueira at MAM in Sao Paolo with Louise Bourgeois

Tainá combines my squeamish fascination for Louise Bourgeois and the undefeatable excellence of a little white dress. Here she is with one of Bourgeois’ colossal arachnids at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo.


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Valérie at Museum of Natural History of Hanoi

Valérie at Museum of Natural History of Hanoi

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Valérie Ciriadès at the Museum of Natural History, Hanoi, Vietnam - 2013 Photo: Luigi Dias

Brazilian designer and restless wayfarer Valérie Ciriadès spotted at the Museum of Natural History in Hanoi, Vietnam. (Photo by Luigi Dias)


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Thaís at São Paulo Biennial of Arts

Thaís at São Paulo Biennial of Arts

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Thaís Mayumi at São Paulo Biennial of Arts

 

The rise in Museology degrees should raise the barriers of entry for cute jobless girls – who majored in English and Studio Art – relentlessly trying to wiggle their way into the professional world of art.

Thaís is a museologist from Rio de Janeiro. She’s a pro at all things related to museum design, organization and management. Warning to all aspiring gallery girl types, don’t try to test her or else she’ll squash you with her babe brain.

Out of all the colorful hues featured at this year’s São Paulo Biennial of Arts, Thaís was spotted looking like the perfect temperature.


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Valérie at MAS Antwerp

Valérie at MAS Antwerp

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Valérie Ciriadès at MAS Antwerp cred Luiz Gustavo Dias

 

Half Belgian, half Brazilian, Valérie’s style is of another level in mutt radiance. She was spotted outside of Antwerp’s MAS museum and recommended that we check out their Visible Storage exhibition. Her purple gilded outfit can be broken down as such: shirt by Osklen, silk skirt by yours truly, Valérie Ciriadès, and vintage golden belt and necklace. (Photo by Luigi – Luiz Gustavo Dias)


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Valérie at MIS

Valérie at MIS

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Valérie Ciriadès MIS by Luigi (Luiz Gustavo Dias)

Valérie is a Brazilian fashion designer who was spotted coming out of the MIS (Museum of Image and Sound) in Sāo Paulo. It was her razor-sharp bangs and a killer top which made us completely freeze in place and equally want to crystallize the moment with a photo. (Photo by Luigi – Luiz Gustavo Dias)

 


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Carol at Museu Inhotim

Carol at Museu Inhotim

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Caroline Nobre Museu Inhotim Hélio Oiticica

Deep in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil, off the beaten pathes of São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro there is a contemporary art museum that also boasts its own botanical garden called the Museu Inhotim. I can’t think of a better, more remote place to shoot, which still qualifies as a museum. Spotted at Inhotim was Carol, who was really vibing out to Brazilian visual artist Hélio Oiticica’s Grade installation.


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Met Museum Staff

Met Museum Staff

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Met Museum Metropolitan Brazilian Museum Staff

Despite being tucked behind a desk things and abiding by some loose uniform policy, the staff at the Met Museum still breaks boring and shines with smiles and more. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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Paula at Tate Modern

Paula at Tate Modern

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Paula at Tate Modern

I’ve seen cute ankle rolls before but non quite as inquisitive as this one. Paula is half German, living in Brazil who, whenever travels abroad, must absolutely make a trip to a contemporary museum or gallery. Here she is gazing at Matisse’s The Snail at the Tate Modern. photo by Ricardo Wolff


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