Nina Lins

(this page was last updated in August 2021)

New York, USA, 1994.
Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.

PIPA 2021 nominee.

Nina Lins (1994) graduated in Fine Arts from ECA-USP. In her work, she seeks the points of contact between visual arts and graphic design. Since 2019, she has participated in the research group After the End of Art, coordinated by artist and teacher Dora Longo Bahia. Currently, she works as a graphic designer at seLecT and ARS magazines (PPGAV postgraduate course at ECA-USP) and in other projects related to cinema, theatre and visual arts, such as the feature film Ana. Sem Título, directed by Lucia Murat, and the theatre group Comitê Invisível Johann Fatzer. Based on references from the printed universe, she has developed plastic production based on processes of copying, wearing out and error of existing images, in an attempt to establish contact both with the context in which they circulate and with the materials on the printing surfaces. She participated in the exhibitions Novas Poéticas (Curitiba, 2016), Concurso Nascente (Centro Universitário Maria Antonia, 2018), Cripta (with the group After the End of Art, Galeria Vermelho, 2019), AMARRADONA (EdA – ECA-USP, 2019) and Salão de Artes Visuais de Vinhedo (2020), among others.


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