Bazar da Cidade

Bazar da Cidade

The Museum of the Brazilian House (MCB), institution of the State Culture Secretariat, managed by Civil Society through the House of Arts and Artifacts of Brazil, holds the 9th edition of the City Bazaar on August 17 and 18, Saturday, from 10 am to 9 pm, with special cultural programming and free.

The event, which occupies the MCB’s garden and terrace for the first time, will bring together about 100 exhibitors to celebrate diversity. Since its first edition in 2015, Bel Pereira, curator of the Bazaar, is concerned with valuing the contrasts between the participants, whether fashion, jewelry, home and decoration, art and crafts or gastronomy.

“We believe in the diversity that embraces and respects the different,” says Bel Pereira. “Shortening distances and promoting the encounter of cultures, ideas and actions is the purpose of our event,” adds the curator.

“The Brazilian House Museum holds fairs such as the City Bazaar that seek diversification, in order to provide direct contact between the small producer or artisan and the final consumer, in an attempt to guarantee the sustainability of this productive chain,” adds Miriam Lerner, general director of the museum.

There will also be a wide cultural and entertainment program, such as free workshops for adults and children, presentation of mimic and acrobats and kids space. A group of massage therapists will attend during the two days of the City Bazaar in a special tent set up for Thai massage sessions, with sessions of twenty minutes charged separately.

In the gastronomic area, the diversity will be present in more than twenty participating exhibitors, ranging from the Italian and Portuguese Minas Gerais, to the cuisine of Taiwan.

Acessories: Dafna Edery,​ Estúdio ​Cynthia Nigro, Hayô, Madá Faccio, Myriam Aguiar​​, Rosaly Rezende, Sacola Tropical,​ ​​​Suzana Izuno, Tina Bolsas,​ Vicky Mardegan. Clothing, Jewelery and Bijouterie: Acolá, Adedo,​ ​Ateliê​ Alaine Colucci, Aline Vito,​​ ​Ana Maia e Rosa Piatti​, ​Ana Roma Atelier D’Art, Bluni, Clara Tchernobilsky, Claudia Mesquita​,​ Dani Terracini​,​ Paula Curiacos, Estampa​cessórios, Estúdio Monteferro, FA’s Collection, Fabiana Zerbinatto, Feira Moderna​,​ Edith Pittier, Gerson Aisthesis, Hulda Bretones, Hype ​P​icks, Inês Prado, Juliana Gevaerd, Klatsch, Krixina​,​ Leveza do Ser – Comfortwear​​, Lina Prades, Lucia Higuchi, Mitsuen, Moema Prado, Monika Krexa, Nat Joias, Paula Fabbri Joias, Roxanne Ducchini,​​ ​Schwe, ​Studio Dalzotto, Studio Lica Soares, Susu Bijoux, Tatiana ​​D​e Francisco, Thamy Tsutsui, Vivi Pelo Mundo, Zona de Conforto. Health and Wellness:​ ​Eterea Cosmética Natural,​​ ​Le Diable Sex Joy, Núcleo DesperThai​​/Conexão Tailândia. Home, Art and Decoration: Acaia​ (Artesãs da Linha Nove)​, Alê Feola​ Handmade​,​ ​Artezanza,​ ​​Ateliê Tauba​,​ ​Baka Studio, Barini Design, ​BeS​titchy,​ Botanik​os​​ ​Brasil,​ ​​Cobre Caramelo, Collab ​L​2, CR Lacerda, Elen Bruiz Floral Art & Design, Estúdio Aidacass, Estúdio Manitas,​​ ​Flor do Brumado, Ivone Rigobello,​ ​​Atelier ​Panaceia, Popoke, Renata Levi,​​​ ​Studio Garagem​,​ Florinda​&​Matildo, Sandra Rosa Lareiras, Table4Many​, Tati Cerâmicas. ​Indigenous Art: Cerâmicas Wauja​​ da Aldeia Piyuga, Alto Xingu. Kids: Andrea Milan Estamparia, Cheeky Boys. Gastronomy: Azeite extravirgem OLIQ, Cantinho de Minas, Empório Dona Mita, Grão Vizir, La Conserveria, Mestiço Chocolates, Pain Vert, Pimentas & Pitadas, ​​Vitamina da Terra. Gastronomic Square: Aguzzo Cucina, Capucine Cu​i​sine, Cervejaria Los Compadres, Cheers, Delic​i​ss, Espada de Jorge, Farfalla Gelato, Mapu, Mineirices de Colher, Pão d​i​ Queijo da Mineira, Petiscleta, Pracinha de Portugal.

Cultural Programming:

The Bazar da Cidade will be featuring circus artists animating the event and interacting with the public. The invited artists are:
• Kersons Formis, mimic and clown. He will perform four mime presentations per day, each lasting forty minutes. On Friday (17), from 2 pm to 9 pm, and on Saturday (18), from 11 am to 9 pm.
• Joy Domingos and Jorge Ribeiro, acrobats. They will do incredible acrobatics on the two days of the Bazaar. On Friday (17), at 11:00 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. On Saturday (18), at 12h, 14h, 16h and 18h.

Herbs, Spices and Masalas: Affective pits of aromas and flavors
By Marcelo Nastari, Grão Vizir Masalas & Especiarias
Encounter watered by aromas, flavors and sensory activities. From the use of the senses will be addressed:
• Concepts of herbs, spices and herbs
• General notions of culinary use of five spices (herbs, spices and masala)
• Storage and quality
Includes tasting and support material (seasoning and printed material)
Hours: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Registration: on the spot, thirty minutes before the start
Limited spaces: 15 people

Flatbreads and spices: putting your hand in the dough
By Marcelo Nastari, Grão Vizir Masalas & Spices
Inspired by millenarian flatbreads (chapati, naam, leaf bread, Arabic bread, tortilla), the workshop will prepare quick recipes for breads with spices which can serve as accompaniment or to be tasted alone.
The workshop will have:
• History and difference between the best known flatbreads
• Preparation of breads with spices
Day: 08/08
Hours: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Registration: on the spot, thirty minutes before the start
Limited space: 15 people.

Graphics and Cubism – Manual Stamping with Stamps
By Ivone Rigobelo, architect and designer of stamping
The student learns to create his own stamps. At the end of the workshop, each student takes his / her stamp and printed fabric.
Days: 17/08, Friday; 7/18, Saturday
Hours: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the two days
Registration: on the spot, thirty minutes before the start
Limited space: 10 people.


Mask factory
For the group “O Que Cabe Aqui?”
Creation of masks inspired by the poetics of the artist Saul Steinberg.
Day: 17/08, Friday
Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; and 3:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Registration: on the spot, thirty minutes before the start
Vacancies: 24 simultaneous children
Age range: 5 to 12 years

Press Shop
For the group “O Que Cabe Aqui?”
Printing of prints on fabrics from different matrices.
Day: 08/08, Saturday
Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; and 3:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Registration: on the spot, thirty minutes before the start
Vacancies: 24 simultaneous children
Age range: 5 to 12 years

Kids Space
With monitors from the group “O Que Cabe Aqui?”
Days: 17/08, Friday; 7/18, Saturday
Hours: 11am to 11:30 am; 12:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Maximum stay time: 45 minutes
Vacancies: 15 children simultaneously
Age range: 5 to 12 years

About the Bazar da Cidade:
Compact, organized and creative, the Bazar da Cidade had its first edition in August 2015, at Texas Street in Brooklin. Since then, there have been seven other successful editions at Espaço Obra de Arte, in Moema. Joining things full of bossa and people in a sort of bazaar began in the 80’s, when Bel Pereira promoted In Loco 57, in the basement of the legendary Bar Bartolo’s, in the heart of Vila Madalena.

About MCB
The Museum of Brazilian House, an institution of the São Paulo State Department of Culture, is dedicated to the preservation and diffusion of the material culture of the Brazilian house, being the only museum in the country that specializes in architecture and design. The MCB program includes temporary and long-term exhibitions, with an agenda that also includes activities of the educational service, debates, lectures and publications contextualizing the museum’s vocation for the formation of a critical thinking in themes such as architecture, urbanism, housing, economy urban mobility and sustainability. Among its innumerable initiatives, the MCB Design Prize, the main award of the segment in the country, made since 1986; and the Casas do Brasil project, to rescue and preserve memory about the rich diversity of the country.

Bazar da Cidade
August 17 and 18
Friday and Saturday from 10am to 9pm
Free entrance

Museum of the Brazilian House
Av. Faria Lima, 2705
tel: (11) 3032-3727

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