Maramgoni builds colorful cities and B&W through painting. It goes from São Paulo to New York, from the past to the present, creating poetic eras and perspectives of urban architecture. The Brazilian artist stands out for his series of works about the city of São Paulo in the 19th century. Examples include the paintings "Chá da Tarde", "O Paulistano" and "Rua Libero Badaró corner with Largo do São Bento". Hyper realistic in nature, all of his work has as its starting point the city universe and in addition to the cities of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, it includes almost photographic portraits of several other cities around the world such as New York and Rio de Janeiro. Maramgoni's pieces have already been exhibited in Madrid, Paris, Portugal, Italy, Argentina, Miami, Londrina, Caxias do Sul, Goiânia, Brasília, São Paulo and Minas Gerais.