The bridge between Brazilian art and NYC

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Focused on promoting brazilian art in nyc, annexb brings artists, venues and organizations together to foster a diverse art community in the city.

Our role is to facilitate and manage several artistic projects, including:



Open Studios


We also offer a workspace for Artist Residencies in our studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Projects Portfolio

creating opportunities for brazilian artists and contributing to the diversity of the city art scene.


Upcoming Projects

find out what's COMING next.



Larissa Ferreira, Founder and Executive Director

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Larissa Ferreira founded AnnexB in 2016, and in collaboration with Brazilian artists, aims to bring art of her home country closer to her current residence of NYC. She is currently enrolled in a master's program in Arts Administration at the City University of New York and has a professional background built over 10 years of experience in different sectors in Brazil. In New York, she worked at Parasol Projects, Residency Unlimited and as a freelancer for art consultants.  

Tatiane Schilaro, Creative Director

Brazilian-born art writer, Tatiane Schilaro is an adjunct faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute, and a Ph.D. student in Visual Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. She graduated in 2015 from the Art Criticism and Writing Master’s Program at the School of Visual Arts, and has an MA in Art History, Contemporary Art. She has curated shows in São Paulo (Fundação Pró-Memória), Quito (FLASCO), and in Brooklyn, N.Y. (A.I.R. Gallery). Her essays and reviews have been published by Guernica, ARTNews, Artcritical, Hyperallergic, and NewCityBrazil. 

Why Brazil and New York?

New York is the center of the art world. Brazilian galleries have gradually increased their presence in the New York market through participation in arts fairs and partnerships with local galleries. Furthermore, a few Brazilian galleries recently started operations in the city, highlighting the importance of the market and the vast opportunity for Brazilian artists to explore new frontiers.

By the same token, Brazil, like many emerging countries, still struggles to tackle inequality. The vast majority of the population has no means to travel abroad, either because of their financial situation or due to the lack of opportunities to learn a second language. A similar scenario is identified in the art field: even though the Brazilian art market has been expanding its global reach, the number of artists who have the means to study or exhibit abroad is very limited. For these reasons, our goal for AnnexB is to become a satellite - an annex, for Brazilian art in New York and support artists in developing communication tools that positively contribute to our world.