Disclaimer
Please note that the content on the website may be used for press purposes when covering the TEFAF art fair. The usage rights are at publication's discretion. It cannot be guaranteed that the objects currently shown on the website will pass TEFAF vetting which takes place shortly prior to the opening of the Fair.
Agree and download
Exhibitors
Bergamin & Gomide

Created in São Paulo by Jones Bergamin, Galeria Bergamin was located in a house from the 1950’s designed by the architect Vilanova Artigas in Jardins district. The gallery presented important projects such as a retrospective of artist Iberê Camargo, solo exhibitions of works by Mira Schendel, Lygia Pape, Tunga and Miguel Rio Branco, as well as special projects such as the exhibition “Através”, where curator Lisette Lagnado unveiled Lygia Pape’s iconic work “Ttéia” to the public for the first time now the work in on permanent display at Inhotim).

In 2013, Antonia Bergamin, the daughter of Jones Bergamin, took over a gallery director jointly with Thiago Gomide. Focusing on private sales of Brazilian and foreign artists from the postwar period, Bergamin & Gomide opened its new space on Oscar Freire Street in August 2013.

Without a fixed roost, the gallery has the flexibility to work with a large number of artists and exhibitions of different themes, periods and movements. Bergamin & Gomide organizes four shows annually, solo and group, among them: “E você nem imagina que Epaminondas sou eu” (2014), with works by Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato and curated by Rivane Neuenschwander and Alexandre da Cunha; “Atributos do Silêncio” (2015) curated by Felipe Scovino, “BEUYS” (2016) the first solo exhibition of the German artist in a Brazilian gallery; “Fabio Mauri (Senza Arte)” (2017), “Mira Schendel: Sarrafos e Pretos e Brancos” (2018), “Estratégias Conceituais” (2018); curated by Ricardo Sardenberg; “Antoni Tàpies” (2019); “Bruce Conner: Breakaway” (2019); Bruno Munari: Always a New Thing” (2020).

Additionally, the gallery participates in Brazilian and international art fairs such as the three venues of Art Basel, TEFAF NY Spring, FIAC, and SP-Arte and develops special projects with prominent international galleries such as Hauser & Wirth, Gladstone Gallery and David Zwirner.

Insights From The Gallery
Exhibitions
Past
Bruno Munari
Always a New Thing
São Paulo
Mar 17–Apr 18, 2020
Past
Anthology of Art and Architecture
São Paulo
Mar 21–Oct 17, 2020
Past
Norberto Nicola
São Paulo
Jul 23–Aug 22, 2020
Past
Bruce Conner, Breakaway
São Paulo
Nov 5–Dec 20, 2019
Past
Hamish Fulton
A walking artist
São Paulo
Aug 13–Oct 30, 2019
Artists
  • Abraham Palatnik
  • Adriana Varejão
  • Alair Gomes
  • Alfredo Volpi
  • Aluísio Carvão
  • Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato
  • Ana Maria Maiolino
  • Artur Barrio
  • Cildo Meireles
  • Ernesto Neto
  • Fabio Mauri
  • Francisco Brennand
  • Glauco Rodrigues
  • Hélio Oiticica
  • Ivan Serpa
  • Jac Leirner
  • Jorge Zalszupin
  • José Damasceno
  • José Leonilson
  • José Resende
  • Joseph Beuys
  • Lucio Fontana
  • Luiz Zerbini
  • Lygia Clark
  • Lygia Pape
  • Manfredo de Souzanetto
  • Marcelo Cipis
  • Maria Leontina
  • Martin Kippenberger
  • Mira Schendel
  • Norberto Nicola
  • Oswaldo Goeldi
  • Paulo Roberto Leal
  • Pedro Caetano
  • Raymundo Colares
  • Rivane Neuenschwander
  • Roberto Burle Marx
  • Sergio Camargo
  • Takesada Matsutani
  • Tunga
  • Waltercio Caldas
  • Willys de Castro