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Luisa Strina Gallery

Founded by Luisa Strina in 1974
Directed by Marli Matsumoto and Maria Quiroga

In 2014 Galeria Luisa Strina completed 40 years of activity. Luisa Strina started as a marchant in 1970 and opened her gallery in 1974. During the 1970s, Strina introduced into the market diverse exponents of what later would be called Geração 70, such as Cildo Meireles, Tunga, Waltercio Caldas and Antonio Dias. Her gallery was the first Latin-American one invited to participate in the Basel Art Fair, in 1992.
During the 1990s she started working with Brazilian artists that would afterwards develop an international career, such as Alexandre da Cunha, Fernanda Gomes, Marepe.
Currently, Galeria Luisa Strina represents 43 artists, a mixture of established and emerging artists which are active locally and internationally.

Pablo Accinelli – Caetano de Almeida – Leonor Antunes – Juan Araujo – Tonico Lemos Auad – Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck – Eduardo T. Basualdo – Laura Belém – Alexandre da Cunha – Matias Duville – Olafur Eliasson – León Ferrari – Marcius Galan – Carlos Garaicoa – Fernanda Gomes – Brian Griffiths – Federico Herrero – Alfredo Jaar – Magdalena Jitrik – Marcellvs L. – Luisa Lambri – Laura Lima – Armin Linke – Jarbas Lopes – Mateo López – Renata Lucas – Jorge Macchi – Anna Maria Maiolino – Antonio Manuel – Marepe – Gilberto Mariotti – Cildo Meireles – Pedro Motta – Muntadas – Bernardo Ortiz – Nicolás Paris – Robert Rauschenberg – Pedro Reyes – Adrián Villar Rojas – Marina Saleme – Beto Shwafaty – Gabriel Sierra – Clarissa Tossin

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