Born in 1986 in São Paulo, the massively beloved Brazilian artist Enivo commenced having up on his indigenous city’s streets at age 12. His artwork has, given that, surfaced on walls, in festivals and in galleries all over the world. It has been presented, also, in these kinds of prestigious establishments as Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo and Nationwide Museum of Brasilia.
As an art educator, Enivo has impressed and properly trained hundreds of younger men and women from “underprivileged neighborhoods.” And, collectively with a team of other artists, he founded the A7MA Gallery in Vila Madalena, the place he has curated above 70 exhibitions, supplying artists with opportunities to showcase and provide their artwork.
In the course of his modern NYC residency, Enivo made a entire body of new get the job done, Eyes of the Road. “In the artwork studio, I combine my road and tutorial knowledge, mixing graffiti components with oil paint,” he points out.
Showcased higher than is the artist posed upcoming to his recent oil portray, Jacaré — fashioned with oil, spray paint and pastel on canvas. What follows are numerous far more images captured at the reception pursuing Enivo‘s discuss with “Eyes of the Street” curator Simon Watson.
Self Portrait (Get there in NYC), Oil, spray and pastel on canvas,
Sleeping! Oil, spray and pastel on canvas
Tudo Joia, Oil, spray and pastel on canvas
“O Circo Novo” Jonato, Oil, spray and pastel on canvas
Queen Bee, Oil, spray and pastel on canvas
Self Portrait / Julião Máscaras, Oil, spray and pastel on canvas
Enivo’s canvases will stay on show at the Brazilian Consulate, positioned at 225 East 41st Street, until the conclusion of February.
Pics: Lois Stavsky