Marina Rheingantz (b. 1983), lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.
In her painting, Marina Rheingantz carries out a geometric reduction of the landscape, bringing out elements that are individually identified such as a fence, a house or an awning. Replete with texture interplays in subdued hues, her canvases take us to places created by memory. Rheingantz dedicates special attention to the borders of the colour fields, which are highlighted through the use of irregularly applied paint, thin lines in lighted tones, or lateral edges painted in contrasting colours.
Solo Exhibitions include: Independent Projects, New York, USA (2014); Uma hora e mais outra, Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo (2013); Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo (2012); Everybody knows this is nowhere, Centro Universitário Maria Antonia USP, São Paulo (2011); Camping, Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo (2010); Algum Dia, Galpão Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo (2008).