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Old May 18th, 2007, 09:26 PM   #1
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Rio Capital Cultural

Rio Capital Cultural

Esclarecimentos iniciais: Capitais Culturais, ao contrário do que se convencionou muito recentemente no país, não se limita a um local onde há maior "consumo" de cultura nem ao "maior mercado" de bens culturais. Capitais Culturais são essencialmente locais que se destacam pela relevância de sua "produção cultural" e também pelo seu "patrimônio cultural".

Feliz do país que não possui apenas uma capital cultural e sim várias espalhadas por todo território nacional. O Rio de Janeiro não se esquiva do titulo de Capital Cultural do país, mas também reconhece estar longe de ser a única do país. O país também conta com Belém e Manaus no Norte; Recife, Salvador e Fortaleza no Nordeste; Brasília no Centro-Oeste; São Paulo e Belo Horizonte no Sudeste e Porto Alegre e Curitiba no Sul são "capitais culturais do país". Isso sem falar nas cidades mais periféricas como Olinda, Campinas, Ouro Preto, São Luiz e centenas de outras que se destacam também na produção e patrimônio cultural.

A- INSTITUIÇÕES MASTER

ABL - Academia Brasileira de Letras

Arquivo Nacional


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Biblioteca Nacional




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Museu Nacional




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Museu Nacional de Belas Artes





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B- CENTROS CULTURAIS I

Corredor Cultural


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Casa França Brasil

Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCB)







Centro Cultural dos Correios


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Paço Imperial

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C- MUSICA I

Cidade da Musica


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Escola de Música da UFRJ

Sala de Concertos Cecília Meireles

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D- LETRAS II

Real Gabinete Português de Leitura


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E- MUSEUS I

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F- CINEMA I

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G- DANÇA I

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H - ARTES VISUAIS I

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I- CENTROS CULTURAIS II

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J- MUSICA II

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K- MUSEUS II

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L- INDUSTRIA AUDIOVISUAL

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M- INSTITUIÇÔES CULTURAIS MILITARES

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TEATROS E CASAS DE SHOW

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Old May 18th, 2007, 09:58 PM   #15
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e as fotos das outras? (?) ~

o patrimonio do Rio realmente é muito lindo... acho que o melhor do país em construções históricas... a Biblioteca nacional é a maior do Brasil, não?

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Não só do Brasil, mas a maior da América Latina. A oitava maior biblioteca do mundo.

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Vinicius. Esse thread acabou ficando pesado demais. E ainda tenho tanta coisa para postar.
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Que thread maravilhoso! Parabéns por mostrar esse lado cultural do Rio que é tão forte e tão pouco divulgado no exterior. Legal é saber que todos estes estão bem conservados ou passando por restauração. Acho que o que tá em pior situação é o Museu Nacional
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Old May 20th, 2007, 06:38 AM   #19
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Sensacional e muito util esse thread!! Parabens pela iniciativa!
Agora, vcs viram uma reportagem do NYT falando q o epicentro cultural do Brasil eh SP ? vou ver se posto aqui... eh interessante, e ate da uma zoadinha com o Rio no inicio....
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26/03/2007
New York times diz que São Paulo é epicentro da cultura



São Paulo transformou-se da capital das finanças, enfadonha, em epicentro da cultura brasileira de arquitetura, design, moda e arte.

O jornal The New York Times faz um paralelo entre os dois maiores cartões postais do Brasil, colocando que o Rio de Janeiro pode sambar, mas quem está dançando de verdade é capital paulista.

Os bairros Jardins, Higienópolis e Vila Madalena são destacados ao lado de profissionais ousados como os irmãos Campana, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Rogério Fasano, Luisa Strina, entre outros.

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São Paulo’s Concrete Jungle

Rio may have samba and Speedos, but these days it's São Paulo that is swinging like the hips of the girl from Ipanema. Brazil's largest city — 11 million and counting — has transformed itself from a dull and featureless capital of finance into the epicenter of Brazilian culture, where art, architecture, design and fashion are flourishing.


The Urban Landscape of São Paulo "This is kind of an ugly-duckling story," says Waldick Jatobá, an art collector and executive at the Banco Privado Português. "Even though São Paulo has always been rich, people thought this was an ugly place." You did business here, then headed for the beach. So Paulistanos found other ways to create beauty; in Brazil, if you don't have the beach, you need something. So for São Paulo, food was the first wave; leading the way in the 1980s and '90s was Rogério Fasano, the owner of seven Italian restaurants in town and its finest hotel, Fasano. Other pioneers — furniture designers like the Campana brothers, fashion innovators such as Tufi Duek and Alexandre Herchcovitch, and gallerists like Luisa Strina — naturally began winning the city even more attention. As Jatobá puts it, "São Paulo started thinking of itself as First World."

Today the city itself isn't any more beautiful — there's just too much cinder-block sprawl — but it's buzzing with new talent and bold ideas. In Jardins, the city's answer to SoHo, every block offers an experimental clothing boutique or gleaming flagship store for one of Brazil's new design powerhouses. In the Higienópolis neighborhood, innovative chefs and night-life impresarios are opening doors. And even in the half-gentrified Vila Madalena district, sprouting up between the auto-repair shops are artists' collectives and open-air boîtes where hipsters cluster around bottles of beer on dry ice. São Paulo feels a bit like an urban artists' colony, a city that fosters pure creative expression without too much commercialism sullying the dream. How else do you explain the city's recent ban on outdoor advertising?

Of course, much of Brazil's global impact has been in the fashion world — just picture Gisele Bündchen in not much more than a pair of Havaianas flip-flops. Now 11 years old, São Paulo Fashion Week has gone from a novelty to a viable showcase of talent and trends. ‘‘The city is really just discovering fashion. It's becoming mainstream,'' says Cacá Ribeiro, who co-owns the high-end swimwear label Neon and runs a production company that stages fashion shows. (He also recently opened the nightclub Royal downtown. Many Paulistanos seem to have multi-hyphenate careers.) Still, some of Brazilian fashion's most important names — Glória Coelho and Reinaldo Lourenço, both current darlings of Vogue Brasil — are largely unfamiliar outside their country. But international success isn't necessarily the goal for emerging talent; there are plenty of stylish folks right at home. Ribeiro, for his part, says that the success of Neon, now sold in about 60 stores around Brazil, is due solely to the Brazilian market: ‘‘Everyone's talking about fashion. You can feel the vibrations of new stuff happening.''

The cosmos of style has many orbits, and few are as interconnected as those in São Paulo. In a country where 2.4 percent of the population is wealthy, according to a study from the State University of Campinas, it's no surprise the people with money all seem to know each other. (Paulistanos keep their circles tight for security reasons too; kidnappings and carjackings are a fact of life.) Yet there is a collaborative spirit here that transcends the ordinary social whirl. For example, at a new cultural center called Escola São Paulo, the director Isabella Prata hosts lectures and offers courses to the public ranging from toy design to film directing. In the lounge and garden, students loll about in low-slung chairs; at Escola events, São Paulo's most influential tastemakers — such as the designer Cris Barros, the photographer Bob Wolfenson and the architect Isay Weinfeld — mingle as if they were at a cookout on someone's roof.

Eduardo Brandão, the co-director of Galeria Vermelho, which serves as a similar kind of idea lab for artists of every stripe, suggests that such a collegiate environment might disintegrate in a city with more resources, like New York . Not that São Paulo isn't a place of accomplishment — Vermelho sold almost everything it brought this year to Art Basel Miami, mostly to American collectors. All this bonhomie among the creative class is simply a product of its freshness and enthusiasm.

The New York Times
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