Camila Sposati

(this page was last updated in July 2016)

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São Paulo, Brazil, 1972.
Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.

PIPA 2011, 2015 nominee.

Camila Sposati combines elements of geology, archeology and chemistry in her works. Sposati works in several media, including installations, sculptures, photography and projections. Sposati has exhibited widely in Brazil and abroad, the most noteworthy exhibitions including: Universitário Maria Antônia (São Paulo), Paço das  Artes (São Paulo), Museum of Modern Art of Bahia (Salvador), Paço Imperial (Rio de Janeiro), 7th Mercosul Biennial (2009), Tate Modern (London), Museums Quartier (Vienna), Biennial of Moving Images 2001 (London), amongst others. The artist has participated in several residency programmes and has been awarded the following prizes: Prêmio Honra ao Mérito Arte e Patrimônio do Paço Imperial (Rio de Janeiro), an investigation grant  from the Cultural Centre Montehermoso (País Basco), the 8th Prêmio de Arte e Tecnologia Sergio Motta in the middle of career category (São Paulo), and Artist Links (British Council).


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