Regina Carmona has a work based on her personal journey into a tuned dialogue with the being and the destiny. The sensory and affective host relations with nature and the human exposes the body as a shelter an inner abode and sacred place which demands love, feeding and respect. She stands in the contemporary scenario in the 90 ́s, finalist artist of Nascent III and IV art festival of University of São Paulo. Present at Contemporary Heritage of Museum of Contemporary of Sao Paulo featured at the art book Novissima Read more... Arte Contemporanea- Geraçao 90, introduced to exhibition new artists of ABCA art critic curators association. Multidisciplinary artist, in disseminating artistic activist, has conducted several art projects, exhibitions, symposiuns, art festivals in Brazil and abroad at museums, institutions and galleries from Finland, Argentine, Slovack, Portugal, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal. Art resident at Sanskriti Foundation, current partner in art research projects. Works at collections as MAC Sao Paulo, SESC Parana, MAC Sorocaba, George Enescos Romania, Sanskriti Museums India, Hame Finland. Participation at print bienal Porto Rico, Spain, Brazil, Germany, awarded with the special Brazilian Day at the Krakow Triennial of Print 2000, Poland, and in affiliated biennial exhibitions. Author of street art, sensory installations with stamps and prints, poems and writings performance - `42` at Morumbi Chapel, Vulgo at Consolação underground path; A Casa da Mantide Religiosa print installation Italy, Portugal, Finland, art itinerant; Give Me Light, performance at Ipanema forest reserve and Cavelossim beach; Caminhas Brancas sensory space at Ibirapuera Park and Peace Please, tribute to 60 ́s Ibirapuera, São Paulo ; Food, Ritual and Offering art exchange Brazil -India; Mandala Whirl, forest Gurgaon reserve, India. Art graduate (1994), Master's in Visual Poetics (2005) from ECA - School of Communication and Art of the University of Sao Paulo. CNPq research fellowship. Lives and works at Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Skills: etching digital print