Founded in 1998 in Rio de Janeiro, the Institute Inclusartiz arises to promote education and culture in order to bring art to everyone and promote social integration and cultural exchange. Its main focus is to develop exhibitions and educational projects that create and foster socio-cultural ties and exchange of knowledge. The program is aimed at all age groups and social groups.
The Inclusartiz Institute is a leading European art exhibition to Brazil, developing also important educational programs in parallel to these exhibitions. As an example the exhibition “Splendors of Spain: El Greco to Velazquez”, organized in partnership with King Juan Carlos of Spain and the Spanish Government to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Brazil, visited by about 7,000 people in the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro of January.
Among the projects created for public and private institutions, are exhibitions such as “Mano a Mano”, commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, the Centro Cultural de la Villa (Madrid) “,” From Picasso to Barceló, “the Bellas Artes National Museum (Buenos Aires) and the Pinacoteca de São Paulo (São Paulo), “Beatriz Milhazes: South Seas” at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), “Guillermo Kuitca” at the Hélio Oiticica Art Center (Rio de Janeiro), “Tunga” in the Recoleta Cultural Center (Buenos Aires), as well as educational projects such as “Teaching del Arte y el Patrimonio (DAP)” and “Integrarte”, Spain.