Deborah de Brito

Goiás - GO

Deborah De Brito is an architect and city planner (1981-1986), graduated from the Edgar Albuquerque Graeff School of Architecture, school that ascend from the Fine Arts School of the former Catholic University of Goiás, now School of Architecture and Arts of the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás. In this context, the artist had a multidisciplinary training that led her to experimentation and multiple paths such as Arts, Architecture and Design. Overall, 30 years of professional exercises characterized by the multiplicity of works that vary within these disciplines, but it was the painting on canvas that the artist developed her research over the last twelve years. From experimental features and modern references, the artist's work establishes seminal dialogues with modern painting by Paul Gauguin, Amedeo Modigliani and Pablo Picasso. Lastly, without discarding the references, the painter has sought games of variety with the multiple faces of herself and, above all, with the feminine references that occupy her life and her geography. For the record, De Brito's paintings have raised the spontaneity and the materiality of the ink as a form of record of her interiority.