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The artist

About the artist

The creativity and innovation in Norma Grinberg’s pannels, and objects reflect in space a long period of art experience and aesthetic research.

Norma stands out as one of the best artists in ceramic sculptures in the country. Her works – several times awarded in Brazil and overseas – highlight their original and contemporary qualities, all acknowledged by both the public and critics. Her aesthetical and artistic proposal is to update the language inspired in Concretism, Bauhaus and Minimalism through the use of installations, update in Contemporary Art and developments, such as interventions in the architectural space.

A variety of materials is used, such as framed mortar, iron, aluminium, sand, acrylic, plastics and others. However, the ceramic is the very core of her art work, and it seeks the rescue of aesthetic and artistic potentialities, as well as subvert their limits.

Norma combines art with technique to create installations, to produce huge sculptures, or just little forms of life, both indoors and outdoors. As examples there is the installation Humanoids as part of the monument Place with an Arch, in the gardens of the Escola de Comunicação e Arte at Universidade de Sao Paulo, as well as the “Cururus”, exposed in the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo. Objects of Jewish inspiration are also part of her works.

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