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Rosana Paulino
Rosana Paulino has created art for 25 years but has faced racial and gender barriers limiting her efforts to sell or exhibit her work in major Brazilian institutions. Exploring the impact of memory on psychosocial constructions, her work reflects themes of social, ethnic, and gender issues, and slavery’s lasting legacy. One of her most important works, Parede da Memória (Wall of Memory) consists of patuás (talismans) containing hidden amulets with printouts of family portraits. Eleven photos repeated 1,500 times make up a wall of faces.
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Medium

Drawing
Fiber
Multidisciplinary

Style

Conceptual

Theme

Race
Gender/Sexuality
Identity
Feminism

Regions

South America

Time Period

Conceptual

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