The architect Oscar Niemeyer leaves its simplicity with a masterpiece that characterizes it. In Brasilia, the capital of the country, its tracks are so noticeable that they end up assigning an unmistakable style to the entire city. One more piece of Brasilia is the National Museum Honestino Guimarães, part of the Cultural Complex located in the Esplanade of the Ministries.
The National Museum Honestino Guimarães, is one of the projects designed and built in Brasilia by Oscar Niemeyer in conjunction with Lucio Costa. Located in an area of government activities, there are quite a few officials who pass through the area every day, a cultural complex that tries to rival the cultural potential of San Pablo. The outer space reached, a minimalist building shaped like a sphere that springs from the surface looks like the model of a painting that hopes to inspire some artist. It is the style of Niemeyer that is repeated throughout the city. The environment, at times seems so unreal, that even the images that can be obtained from the museum can have a surreal style.
The National Museum was inaugurated 50 years behind in 2006, in front of the National Library Leonel de Moura Brizola, the largest collection of books in a public building in all of Brazil. Together they are the current largest cultural complex in the country. This has an exhibition area of 15,000 square meters, added to two auditoriums and a laboratory. Focused on temporary art exhibitions, it has been a point of the cultural circuit of Brasilia for two years and one of the most recognized in Brazil.