The Iberê Camargo Foundation is a cultural institution and a museum located in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The Foundation is committed to preserving and promoting the work of the Brazilian painter Iberê Camargo (1914-1994).

“The main volume emerges from the background of the vegetation that covers the slope occupying a concave space at the bottom of the latter and is composed of the overlap of four irregularly shaped floors, including the ground floor at the base. The volume is bordered by two straight and almost orthogonal fronts to the south and west, and by a wavy front to the north and east."

 
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