Etnik recently took part in Brazil’s Second Graffiti International Graffiti Fine Art. Utilizing sculptural elements installed in the exhibition space, Etnik juxtaposes geometry with the natural elements of plants and trees. The addition of the branch with wilted leaves is a stark contrast to the geometric sculpture that enhances the installation with a sense of the fleeting nature of graffiti.


History Biennial: Inspired by the success of shows Graffiti Fine Art, the MuBE created the Graffiti Fine Art Biennial International to showcase the diversity and quality of street art. The first happened in September 2010, occupied the entire area of ​​the museum and gathered the biggest names in street art in Brazil and the world.

About MuBE : The Brazilian Museum of Sculpture (MuBE) develops extensive and diverse cultural programming, with exhibitions, courses, seminars, lectures, piano recitals, cinema and theater. Are performed, on average, 25 exhibitions per year with exhibitions of renowned artists, national and international, with space for new talent. The museum receives approximately 150,000 visitors per year. The exhibitions have educational tours for children, students, elderly groups and the general public. The MuBE has institutional support of Stella Artois, Kettel One and BMW, made possible via ProAc / Government of the State of São Paulo.

2nd Biennial International Graffiti Fine Art

MuBE – Brazilian Museum of Sculpture

Opening to the public – January 22, 2013

Closing date: 17 February

From 19 to 24 February, just outside area

Free admission

Address: Avenida Europa, 218. Sao Paulo

Information: 11 2594-2601, /