The Museum of the Portuguese Language opens a new space for exhibitions, in São Paulo, with the exhibition Viva Palavra. The site is located in Pátio B of the historic building of Estação da Luz, and will be open to the public for the first time, and with free access, within the proposal of the reconstruction project to connect the street, the Museum and the Estação da Luz more effectively. organic. Access to the exhibition is made directly from Estação da Luz station and Praça da Luz, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and there is no need to pay admission.
There are seven illustrations by artists from different states of the country such as Bahia, Piauí, São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Brasília and Sergipe. With the names Luna B, Efe Godoy, Breno Loeser, Yacunã Tuxá, Renata Felinto, Criola and Antonio Junião, the idea is to show what has been produced in other states of the country, in addition to São Paulo and Rio of January.