Cleone Augusto

Lavras de Mangabeira, MG, 1937.
Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro.

PIPA 2010 nominee.

Video made by Matrioska Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2010.




About the artist

Education

- 2000 – Modernidade, Pós-Modernidade, Contemporaneidade, with Paulo Sérgio Duarte – EAV, Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro
- 2010/1996 – 3D, with Iole de Freitas – EAV, Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro (currently in course)
- 1999 – Practice Class, with Dora Wainer – Studio 52, Rio de Janeiro
- 1999/1998 – Lato sensu Post graduation in Art therapy in Health and Education – Universidade Cândido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro
- 1989 – PhD in French Literature from Bordeaux III University, France
- 1996/1990 -Theoretical and practical courses, with Jorge Emanuel, Luiz Pizarro, Anna Bella, Geiger, Lívia Flores, Reynaldo Roels Jr., Iole de Freitas and Luiz Ernesto – EAV, Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro
- 1994/1989 – Isolated Discipline, with Celeida Tostes – Centro Integrado de Cerâmica, EBA/FAU, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro
- 1989 3D, with Celeida Tostes – EAV, Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro
- 1985 PhD in Modern Languages (French Language and Literature) – Faculdade de Letras, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro
- 1977 MD – French Language and Literature -Faculdade de Letras, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro
- 1960 Course of Neo-latin Languages – Faculdade Nacional de Filosofia, UB, Rio de Janeiro

She showed 8 solo exhibitions between 2000 and 2008.
Among them, there are highlighted the following ones:


- Galeria de Arte do Centro Cultural Cândido Mendes (RJ 2000)
- Projeto 10 de 2001 (Parque Lage/RJ 2001)
- CCSP (Vergueiro2002)
- IBEU (RJ 2002)
- Centro Cultural da Justiça Federal (RJ 2008)

She participated in 25 Group Exhibitions between 1995 and 2010.
Among them, there are highlighted the following ones:


- Salão Nacional BH/MG 1997
- Salão Nacional Ribeirão Preto/SARP/SP 1998
- CCSP (Vergueiro/SP 2002)
- Gabinete de Arte Raquel Arnaud (SP 2001)
- Acessos Possíveis (Parque Lage/RJ 2006)


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