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MAM's Paulo Mendes de Almeida Library has one of Brazil's most comprehensive collections of literature specializing in modern and contemporary art.
There are over 40,000 publications, including books, magazines and catalogues, from Brazil and other countries, in addition to videos, slides, CD-ROMs and DVD’s related to the history of art, cinema, photography and architecture.
Tuesdays to Fridays: 10 to 18:00
Tel: (+55) 11 5085-1308

MAM's restaurant is now known as Prêt no MAM and is run by Prêt-a-Manger under the management of Beatriz Ticoulate Araújo.
There is an enormous range of dishes, with over 1,600 recipes of Brazilian, French or Italian origin. So the São Paulo version of shrimp cuscus is on the menu next to gratinated squash with eggplant or ground meat. The menu changes every day but there is always a selection of pastas or risottos, chicken, fish or red meat.
Lunch is served until 5pm Tuesdays to Fridays and until 4pm Saturdays and Sundays. The crowded "happy hour" on Thursdays goes on until 10 pm.
The restaurant is located to the left of the museum entrance and looks out on to MAM's Sculpture Garden.
For reservations call (+55) 11 5574-1250 or email

Our Shopmam stores sell the best Brazilian design in decorative items and furniture, jewels and accessories, as well as the museum's publications covering our collection, exhibitions and items from the MAM line of art objects.
All revenue from Shopmam sales is used to maintain the Modern Art Museum of São Paulo.
There are three stores in downtown São Paulo:

Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo
Parque do Ibirapuera Portão 3
(+55) 11 5085-1138
Tuesdays to Fridays: 12-18:00
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 10-18:00

Shopping Villa-Lobos
av. Nações Unidas 4777 / 3º piso
(+55) 11 2024-4242
Mondays to Saturdays: 10-22:00

Iguatemi São Paulo
Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 2232 Jd. Paulistano
3º floor
Mondays to Saturdays: 10-22:00
Sundays: 14-20:00

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