Paulina Pinsky

Paulina Pinsky was born in 1948 in Ulm, Germany and moved to Brazil in 1958. In 1970 she graduated in English as a foreign language at the University of Sao Paulo. She lived in Jerusalem for 5 years where two or her three children were born. She worked as an English teacher at various schools and language institutes in Israel and Brazil. From 1984-1992 she worked as an interior designer. In 1990 she began painting in the studio of Lise Forell, a teacher and painter.

 

Solo Exhibitions

1994 “Espacao Cultural Mario Lago” Galapagos Inn

1995 Galeria de Artes “A Hebraica” Sao Paulo

1997 Brazilian- American Cultural Institute,Washington D.C

1998 Transatlantico Club, Sao Paulo

2000 Capela do Morumbi, Sao Paulo

2002 Cultural Space, I.A Einstien Hospital, Sao Paulo

2003 Restaurante Pitanga, Sao Paulo

 

Group Exhibitions

1991 “Grupo Nos”-“Mosaico”, Casa de Tabacow, Sao Paulo

1992 “Arte Ingenua e Primitiva-Mostra Internacional”, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

UNICEF

Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1993 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1994 “Bienal Brasileira de Arte Naif”, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1995 “Espaco Cultural Trem de Prata”, Sao Paulo

MIAN-International Museum of Naïve Art of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

Bienal Brasileira de Arte Naif”/ SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

“Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1996 8th Salao Brasileiro de Arte- Fundacao Mokiti Okada, Sao Paulo

Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

“Bienal Brasileira de Arte Naif”, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

“Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1997 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

“Naifs em Coletiva” – Villa Riso, Rio de Janeiro

I Salao Nacional de Pintura Contemporanea Brasileira, Sao Paulo

Sociarte” Clube A> Monte Libano, Sao Paulo

Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

1998 XXVI Salao de Embu- Madalha de Bronze

Clube Transatlantico, Sao Paulo

“Bienal Brasileira de Arte Naif”, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

“Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

 

1999 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

2000 “Bienal Brasileira de Arte Naif”, SESC Piracicaba, Sao Paulo

“Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

2002 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

2003 “Chapel Art Show”, Escola Maria Imaculada, Sao Paulo

The Naïve World, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

Collective Collections

MIAN-International Museum of Naïve Art of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

Museu do Sol, Penapolis, Brazil

 

 

Bibliography

Brasil Naif, Arte Naif: Testemunho e patrimonio da humanidade”, Lucien Finkelstien, 2001, Rio de Janeiro