Wilma Ramos

Wilma Ramos was born in 1940 in Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Having lived in Sao Paulo, she began her artistic career in 1967. She died in 2009.

Solo Exhibitions

1968 Municipal Government Building, Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1971 Escada Gallery, Sao Paulo

1973 KLM Gallery, Sao Paulo

1974 Education Institute Washington Luiz, Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1977 Galeria Artelux, Madrid

1977 Galeria Goya, Puerto do Pollensa, Spain

1977 Galeria Sorolla, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

1978 Galeria Sorolla, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

1985 Brasilton Hotel, Sao Paulo

1985 Municipal Center of Culture, Guaruja, Sao Paulo

2001 Medical Association of Santos, Sao Paulo

 

Group Exhibitions

1968 Contemporary Art Salon of Campinas, MACC-Museum of Contemporaneous Art of Campinas, Sao Paulo

1968 Leonardo Da Vinci Salon, Sao Paulo

1970 13th Salon of Sao Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo

1970 San Jose dos Campos Official Salon, Sao Paulo

1970 Salon of Mogi da Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1970 Plastic Arts Salon, Itaquera, Sao Paulo

1970 3rd Prize, Leonardo da Vinci Salon, Sao Miguel Paulista, Sao Paulo

1971 University of Indiana, Indiana, USA

1971 Official Salon of Santos, Sao Paulo

1971 Museu de Artes Tecnicas Populares do Folclore, Sao Paulo

1971 Museum of Anthropology, Indiana, USA

1971 Museum of Anthropology, Skoje, Yugoslavia

1971 Museum of Ibitinga, Skoje, Yugoslavia

1972 University of Michigan, Michigan, USA

1972 Collective Exhibition in University of Florida and California, USA

1972 Festival Art Show of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

1973 Cherry Gallery, Bologna, Italy

1973 Museum of Osasco, Sao Paulo

1973 Carreiro da Silva Educational Foundation Museum of Art, Piaui, Brazil

1974 Curia Diocesna Museum, Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1974 Presepio Museum, Sao Paulo

1974 El Barcon Gallery, xxxx, Italy

1975 Sun Gallery, Sao Paulo

1976 The Gallery, Sarasota, Florida, USA

1976 Municipality of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo

1976 Museum of the Vatican, Rome

1976 Museum of Daily Associations, Sao Paulo

1977 Muro Salon, Mallorca, Spain

1977 Seculo XXI Gallery, Sao Paulo

1977 Revista Manchette Museum, Rio de Janeiro

1977 Ministry of Guerra Museum, Brasilia

1977 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chile

1978 Ferias de Luchmayor, Mallorca, Spain

1978 xxxx, Brescia, Italy

1979 Museum of Tourism, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

1979 Brazilian Consulate, Barcelona

1980 Bonis Hall Space, Manchester, England

1980 Cravo e Canela Gallery, Sao Paulo

1980 Paco das Artes, Sao Paulo

1981 Museum of Matao, Sao Paulo

1981 Spencer House, London

1981 Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro

1982 Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro

1982 “Mitio e Magia del Colore”, Castell dell”Ovo, Naples, Italy

1983 The Lively Arts, Sarasota, Florida, USA

1983 MACC-Museum of Contemporaneous Art of Campinas, Sao Paulo

1984 The Lively Arts, Sarasota, Florida, USA

1984 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo

1984 Salon of Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1984 Museum of Primitive Art, Assis, Sao Paulo

1985 MACC-Museum of Contemporaneous Art of Campinas, Sao Paulo

1994 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo

1999 Salon of Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

2000 Alliance Francaise, Sao Paulo

2001 Salon of Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

2004 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo

2004 Bayer Cropscience, xxxx, Brazil

2004 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo

 

Prizes

1968 First Salon of Art of Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

1968 Prize,Leonardo Da Vinci Salon, Sao Paulo

1970 Gold Medal, Salon of Mogi da Cruzes, Sao Paulo

Mention of Honor, Official show of S. Bernado do Campo, Sao Paulo

3rd Prize, Leonardo da Vinci Salon, Sao Miguel Paulista, Sao Paulo

1970 Prize, Plastic Arts Salon, Itaquera, Sao Paulo

1972 1st Prize, Festival Art Show of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

1984 Personality of the Year, Salon of Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo

 

Public Collections

Contemporary Art Museum of Chile

Fomento e Turismo Museum of Palma de Mallorca

Vatican Museum

 

Bibliography

21 Pittori Naifs Brasiliani, L. Cavalari, 1973, Bologna, Italy

Genius in the Backlands, Seldom Rodman, 1976, New York

I Resgna Primitivi Brasiliani e Mito e Magia del Colore, Gianni Gelleni, 1977, Brescia, Italy

Brazilian Festivities by Popular Painters, Edson de Andrade, 1980, Rio de Janeiro

Naïve Art in Brazil”, Jacques Ardies, 1998, Sao Paulo