28ª Bienal de Arte de São Paulo

Elaine Ramos

The curator of the edition decided to let the second floor of the Bienal’s building empty. The mark proposal for the event comments on that decision. As the curators proposed a criticising revision of the institution, the poster is a serigraphy on the first Bienal sign, Antonio Maluf’s. The same concept was applied to the cover of the guide. with Daniel Trench and Flávia Castanheira

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    Elaine Ramos, Brazil (2012)

    Elaine Ramos runs a small design studio based in São Paulo, and is partner of the publishing house Ubu. For 11 years, she was the art director of the publisher ...

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    The curator of the edition decided to let the second floor of the Bienal’s building empty. The mark proposal for the event comments on that decision. As the curators proposed a criticising revision of the institution, the poster is a serigraphy on the first Bienal sign, Antonio Maluf’s. The same concept was applied to the cover of the guide. with Daniel Trench and Flávia Castanheira

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    Elaine Ramos, Brazil (2012)

      Elaine Ramos runs a small design studio based in São Paulo, and is partner of the publishing house Ubu. For 11 years, she was the art director of the publisher Cosac Naify, where she designed hundreds of books and coordinated the design catalogue. During this period she edited, with Chico Homem de Melo, the Linha do tempo do design gráfico no Brasil [Timeline of Brazilian Graphic Design], a book that gathers more than 1600 images and traces an unprecedented panorama of the local design production. In 2014 she co-curated the exhibition Cidade Gráfica, held at Itaú Cultural in São Paulo. [itaucultural.org.br/cidadegrafica]

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