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Like a whirlpool, it draws us in, sets the premio è tassato contributi tfr eye in motion with a swirl of colour, characteristically illusive, almost dizzyingly.
With her cosa regalare ad una bimba per la prima comunione current series, Jacarezinho, 92 - five paintings of which were on display at artuner-curated exhibition.
1983 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian artist who graduated from the codice sconto myprotein 10 faap (Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado São Paulo, in 2005.Her creative process is transformative and poetic: in the past, she used to construct unexpected settings to syncopate different surroundings.Today her works are part of the Franks-Suss Collection, London, in addition to Brazilian collections, and to date she is the recipient of three prizes: marps Acquisition Prize in 2007 for Sarp at Ribeirao Preto; MAMs Acquisition Prize for the 15th Salao da Bahia.Relying on the photographs and her own memories, the artist recreates the staged scenes on canvas, without the aid of a tracing technique: indeed, they have the vividness and pace of a dream.Ana Elisa Egreja acted as creator, film director, and documentarist in order to craft and document the incredible scenes born out of her imagination.Only after the process of staging and documenting was completed, did Egreja start painting.
Here, Egreja took over her late grandparents' home, which was quickly becoming obsolete under her own eyes: a large storage space for her relatives to relegate unwanted objects.
Each set is dotted with objects like clues for us to fill the gaps in the story.At times delightfully calm or eerily devoid of human life, at others totally delirious and kitsch, each work encapsulates an atmosphere and world of its own.These peculiar environments range from utopic illusive spaces to painted interiors of ghost-like houses or other inhospitable places.Through the Looking Glass, the artist goes a step further in blurring the boundaries between reality and fantasy.The consequently whimsical decor inspired the artist to create fantastic sets, introducing plants, animals, and strange objects into the domestic environment.With her current series, Jacarezinho, 92 five paintings of which were on display at artuner-curated exhibition Through the Looking Glass, the artist goes a step further in blurring the boundaries between reality and fantasy.The implicit narrative here is seductively strange: scattered traces call for us to inspect the work closely: There is indeed an enigmatic aura to her work, something palpably bizarre and yet weirdly harmonic: a poetic wit in some pieces, fragmented realities, subtle play with light.Infused with an eclectic touch of Op Art, Brazilian flora, rococo and perhaps Matisse, the paintings also remarkably demonstrate the artists operatic style that is both exuberant and uncanny; quite cryptic but oddly attractive.Egrejas works tread a fine line between balance and chaos; rational perspective and spontaneity.She currently lives and works in São Paulo.
Ana Elisa Egrejas practice gravitates around both painting and architecture.
Between 20, Egreja featured in several prestigious institutional exhibitions in Brazil, notably at the 20th Contemporary Arts festival Videobrasil in São Paulo, and caixa Cultural (2017 the Centro Cultural dos Correios (2016 the Museo dos Correios in Brasilia (2015 and Paço das Artes (2014).
Ana Elisa Egreja (b.