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Entrada do Museu Mazzaropi

O museu está localizado dentro do Hotel Fazenda Mazzaropi, próximo à Fazenda Santa, onde o cineasta produziu a maioria dos filmes. O local contém todo o acervo cinematográfico com 32 filmes do artista, objetos, fotos do cineasta e alguns cenários.

O projeto foi criado em 1992. Em abril de 2010 o museu ganhou um novo espaço, mas continua ao lado dos antigos estúdios de Mazzaropi, um dos maiores da América Latina nos anos 70.

O novo museu conta com entrada independente e estacionamento. O projeto arquitetônico abriga uma área de exposição, auditório, loja, lanchonete e foyer. A proposta foi criar uma estrutura arquitetônica tão rica quanto o acervo. 

O novo prédio é uma continuidade do primeiro projeto e dedicado à pesquisa, preservação e divulgação da vida e obra de Mazzaropi e da cultura popular brasileira.

Copyright: Francisco Trevisan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 04/04/2012
Uploaded: 04/04/2012
Updated: 28/03/2015


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