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© 2012 ILNART - Israel Naive Art Assocation

Paulina Pinsky Biography:

1948 Born in Ulm, Germany
1958 Moved to Brazil
1970 Graduated in English as a foreign language at the University of Sao
Lived for 5 years in Jerusalem, where two of her three children were born.
Worked as an English teacher at various schools and language
Institutes in Israel and Brazil
1984-1992 Worked as an interior designer
1990  Started painting at the studio of Lise Forell, teacher and painter

First Exhibition: 1991 “Grupo Nos”-“Mosaico”, Casa de Tabacow, Sao Paulo 

Last Solo Exhibitions:
2000 Capela do Morumbi, Sao Paulo
2002 Cultural Space, I.A Einstien Hospital, Sao Paulo
2003 Restaurante Pitanga, Sao Paulo
2004 “Voices Out of Frame”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv
2005 Federal Economical Fund, Sao Paulo

Last Group Exhibitions:
2003 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo
2003 “The Naïve World”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv
2004 A Hebraica, Gallery of Arts, Sao Paulo
2005  Eboli Galeria de Arte, Madrid
2005 Humberto Betetto Gallery, Sao Paulo

1996 Jury’s Special Mention, 8th Brazilian Salon of Art, Mokiti Okada Foundation, Sao Paulo
1998 Bronze Medal, 26th Embu Salon of Art, Embu, Sao Paulo

Public Collections
MIAN-International Museum of Naïve Art of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
Museu do Sol, Penapolis, Brazil

“Brasil Naif, Arte Naif: Testemunho e patrimonio da humanidade”, Lucien Finkelstien, 2001, Rio de Janeiro
“Artes Plasticas Brasil”, Julio Louzada, volumes 11/12/13, Brazil
“Bienals Naifs do Brasil”, 1992/1993/1994/1996/1998/2000 catalogues, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

Paulina Pinsky -  Brazil

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