Recently, our group has developed a new family of 2,2´-bipyrroles 1 that possesses a remarkable chemical stability, ascribed to the presence of electron withdrawing groups. This stability allows the preparation of α-brominated 2,2´-bipyrrole derivatives. With these halogenated 2,2´-bipyrroles in hand and using palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, such as the Suzuki coupling, a new family of chemically stable and easy-to-functionalize quaterpyrroles have been synthesized (2). A similar strategy has been applied to halogenated pyrroles to yield terpyrroles and related analogues (3). In this presentation, the preparation of such oligomers and their use to obtain new expanded porphyrins will be discussed.