Theo Craveiro

Born 1983
Hometown São Paulo, Brazil
Lives and Works São Paulo, Brazil
Education
Arte Plásticas, Escola de Comunicaçíµes e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2009
Photography, Senac, São Paulo, Brazil, 2004
Different types of systems collide in the conceptual objects of the Brazilian artist Theo Craveiro. His contribution to the 2011 Istanbul Biennial was an ant farm that took its tiered structure from a painting by the Brazilian Neo-Concrete artist Waldemar Cordeiro. In another piece, Vanish (2010), oranges at various stages of ripeness were displayed in a minimalist grid. In addition to the Istanbul Biennial, Craviero has participated in Mythologies at Cite des Arts in Paris and Videobrasil in São Paulo.

Theo Craveiro Gallery Art

Galleries

Mendes Wood, São Paulo, Brazil

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