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Cinthia Marcelle

1974 —

Chapter 7, 2014
Chapter 7,
Frotagges, 28x22cm
Cape Town, 2003 - 20015
Cape Town,
Photography 29,5x19,6 inches
DX, 2013
DX,
Tape on paper 11x11 inches
Reino Numeral, 2005
Reino Numeral,
Photography 16x19 inches
C III, 2015
C III,
Acrylic paint on fabric, shoelaces on hardware, 130x35x70cm
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Capa morada 2, 2003
Capa morada 2,
Photography 19,6x31 inches
Capa morada 3, 2003
Capa morada 3,
Photography 19,6x31 inches
Impacto Ambiental, 2013
Impacto Ambiental,
Photography 31x31 inches
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76 - Sabará - Série Museu de Tudo, 2005
76 - Sabará - Série Museu de Tudo,
Esferographic pen on paper 11x15 inches
188 - Eletrotecnicos - Série Museu de Tudo, 2004
188 - Eletrotecnicos - Série Museu de Tudo,
Esferographic pen on paper 11x15 inches
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C III, 2015
C III,
Acrylic Paint on Fabric, Shoelaces On Hardware 51x14x27,5 inches (flags) and 41x21 inches (hardware)


She produced  individual projects at the Galeria Box4 (2007) , Ikon Gallery (2008), Sprovieri Progetti (2009).  Also in 2009, she was awarded the Gasworks/TrAIN residency in London which resulted in an exhibition at the Camberwell College of Arts. In 2010, Cinthia takes part of the 29th São Paulo’s Biennial, was one of the finalists for the Prêmio PIPA and won the main prize at the Future Generation Art Prize in Ukraine. Currently she lives and works in Belo Horizonte.

Cinthia has had solo exhibitions in South America and Europe too, and recently been commissioned as Projects 105 to presents Education by Stone (2016), a new site-specific installation in MoMA PS1’s Duplex Gallery. She participated with At the Risk of the Real in the 11th Sharjah Biennial (2015) and showed her installation Dust Never Sleeps in the Sezession, Vienna (2014). In 2006, she was the recipient of the International Prize for Performance for her work Gray Demonstration (2006). In 2010, she was awarded the Future Generation Prize.

In 2017, she was the artist selected to represent Brazil at the Venice Biennale with the installation “Hunting ground”, specially commissioned for the occasion.

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