Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1983.
Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Represented by Arthur Fidalgo Gallery.
PIPA 2012 nominee.
Danilo Ribeiro began his studies in drawing and painting at the age of 13 with professor Marlon Silli, which consequently led him to the studio of the artist Lydio I Bandeira de Mello.
Ribeiro graduated in Arts from the Methodist Bennett Institute (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), where he studied Art History with Reginaldo da Rocha Leite. In 2008, under the director, critic, and curator Fernando Cocchiarale, Ribeiro attended the School of the Visual Arts of Parque Lage.
Ribeiro participated in Programa Aprofundamento 2011, coordinated by Anna Bella Geiger, Fernando Cochiaralle, and João Modé. His works can be found in the following collections: André Stock, Antônio Ciciliano, Carlos Vergara, Luiz Schymura, Rafael Lacerda, Roberto Lemme, Roberto Secchim, and in the Cultural Foundation of Itajaí.
Video produced by Matrioska Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2012:
Individual Exhibition Group Exhibitions Awards
-Drawing and Painting Studio with Professor Marlon Silli, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-Live Model Studio with Professor Lídio Bandeira de Mello, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-Degree in Artistic Education, Methodist Bennett Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-School of the Visual Arts of Parque Lage, with Professors Pedro França, João Magalhães, Franz Manata, Anna Bella Geiger, and Fernando Cocchiarale, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-“Viagem Pitoresca ao Rio de Janeiro Contemporâneo – Volume I”, Artur Fidalgo Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-EDP Prize in the Arts, Institute Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, Brazil.
-“20 e Poucos Anos”, Gallery Baró, São Paulo, Brazil.
-15th University of the Amazon Salon of Small Formats, Gallery of Art Graça Landeira, Belém, Brazil.
-8th National Arts Salon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Jataí, Brazil.
-“Exposição Tocayo 11”, School of the Visual Arts of Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
-Acquisition Prize, 11th Salon of Arts of Itajaí, Brazil.