Artista

GERMANA MONTE-MOR

Designer, engraver, painter and sculptor. She studied social sciences at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ and engraving at the School of Art of Brazil. She moved to São Paulo where she studied plastic arts and a master’s degree in visual poetry from the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo (ECA / USP), with the dissertation Lugares do Desenho, directed by Marco Giannotti (1966). In 1989, she received the Ateliê II grant from the Oswald de Andrade Cultural Office in São Paulo; the acquisition prize at the 1st Canson Prize at the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo – MAM / SP, in 1989, and at the National Biennial of Santos, São Paulo, in 1993. In 2004, she received the Bolsa Vitae de Artes, Fundação Vitae . The research of new materials is one of the main features of the work of the artist.