The exhibition "Steve Jobs: the visionary" he has already visited Rio de Janeiro (at the beginning of last year) and So Paulo (shortly thereafter). Now, fortunately, another Brazilian city can learn a little more about the history of the co-founder of Apple.
According to the reader Cludio Castro informed in our Facebook group (for those who patronize MM), now Braslia receive the exhibition.
The life of Steve Jobs, one of the most iconic characters of the 20th century, an exhibition theme that arrives at Iguatemi Braslia after having been successful in Rio de Janeiro and So Paulo. There are more than 200 items, including rare inventions, unique photos and other items that show a little of how the entrepreneur thought.
The show will take visitors on a journey divided into five narrative cells that represent different moments in the entrepreneur's life: Spirituality, Innovation, Competition, Failure and Business.
The exhibition has been running since July 31 Braso Cultural Space (at Shopping Iguatemi) and runs until September 9, at the following times: Monday to Friday, from 12 pm to 10 pm; Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm; Sunday and holidays from 14h to 20h. The ticket costs only R $ 15 (whole) and can be purchased both on the official website and at the ticket office of the mall.
If you wanted to know the exhibition a little without actually going to the venue, MacMagazine visited the exhibition when he passed through Rio de Janeiro. ?