Tarsila Schubert (1987) was born in Brazil. A Visual artist, she develops her paintings inspired by music, nature, spirituality, science, philosophy and popular culture. Tarsila lived in several different cities throughout her life since childhood, mainly in Latin America (Pantanal and the beaches of Brazil) and this experience drives her search for colours and inspirations. Paintings, drawings, illustrations, animations and murals are the ways that the artist uses to express her creativity. Currently Tarsila lives and works in Dubai-UAE.
Ananda Nahu was born in Juazeiro, on Bahia, Brazil, in 1985. Moved to Salvador in 2001, in 2003 she attended College of Design abandoning it to start in 2004 to attend Fine Arts at the Federal University of Bahia. In this period, she became interested in studying photography and engravings, marked by time studies and research lithography, Serigraphs, metal engraving, and consequently a deepening works in references to these engraving techniques that are Posters.
“I have always admired certain artists’ ability to reflect life, not as it is, but as we perceive it; where emotions are more indicative of how we view the world than our senses. That’s what art is all about, right? Feeling something.
With characteristic traces and striking colors, Chivitz enjoys depicting on walls his experience in the urban atmosphere of São Paulo. His graffiti overflows creativity in the interfaces of the city, like the Skate, the Tattoo, Hip Hop and other street cultures. His style is unmistakable and talks in a quite humorous way with the people in the streets, the greater inspiration of the artist.