Elton Hipolito

São Paulo | Brasil

He has a degree in visual arts from FASCS (S. Caetano do Sul-SP), from 1999 to 2002. 

He graduated in Plastic Arts from FAINC (Santo André-SP) in 2006. Between 2007 and 2008, he had orientation and follow-up of projects with the artist Sandra Cinto, at the House of the Look (Santo André-SP). In 2012, he graduated in Conservation and Restoration of Furniture Goods at the Ouro Preto Art Foundation (FAOP-MG). From 2012 to 2015, he worked with conservation and restoration at the Afro Brasil Museum. In 2017 he served as conservator-restorer in the project for the Safeguarding of Religious Heritage Impacted by the Breaking of the Fundão Dam, in Mariana-MG. Since May 2008, he has been working in fine art exhibitions, in May 2017 he participated in the assembly at the exhibition “Modos de Ver o Brasil”, Itaú Cultural 30 years, which took place in the OCA building, located in Ibirapuera Park. Most recently, in June 2018, he participated as a curator for the exhibition Afro-Atlantic Stories, at the São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP).

José Rodrigues | 2016

local earthen paint on wall |8m x 8m | Bienal de Cerveira. PT

Paranapiacaba| 2015

gouache on paper | 27cm x 35cm

Geraldo |2017

Mineral waste ink from the City of Mariana on fabric, Minas Gerais, Brazil | 100x80cm

Maria | 2017

local earthen paint on wall | 210cm x 210cm

São Bento 221 | 2018

gouache on canvas |70 x 90 cm

Piracuama| 2015

gouache on paper | 27cm x 35cm