Nara Roesler Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with locations in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and New York City. The gallery was founded in 1989 by Nara Roesler and has since become one of the most influential galleries in Brazil, with a strong international presence.
The gallery's focus is on promoting contemporary art from both established and emerging artists, with a particular emphasis on Latin American and Brazilian art. The gallery showcases a wide range of artistic disciplines, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, and installation art.
Nara Roesler Gallery has represented numerous well-known artists, including Vik Muniz, Artur Lescher, Tomie Ohtake, and Julio Le Parc. The gallery has also hosted many important exhibitions, including solo shows by Vik Muniz and Tomie Ohtake, and group shows such as "Concrete Matters," which explored the legacy of concrete art in Brazil.