In the trail of the “feminist occupations” 2015, SPW expands further the space for young Brazilian artists whose works carries the strong imprints of Brazilian contemporary feminisms. One of these artists is Rosana Paulino. Born in São Paulo, she has a PHD from the ECA/USP and a master in engraving from the London Print Studio. Her work has been exhibit widely in Brazil, as well as in the US, Chile, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. The female body, blackness and racism, ancestral memories and marks of slavery are at the core of the Rosana’s laborious artwork.
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