Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Brazilian artist makes her debut in the Middle East

Jessica Mein, a Brazilian artist who lives and works between New York, São Paulo and Dubai, is getting ready to open the doors to her first solo show in the Middle East.

Her most recent creations – five short animations and selected works on paper – will be showcased in Gallery 2 of The Pavillion Downtown, from January 22nd through March 8th, 2012.  

Can’t make it to Dubai? Not to worry. In April, Mein will be down in Brazil for an exhibition in Galeria Leme, São Paulo.

Until then you can check out her work by visiting her website:

About Jessica Mein
Mein works across media mainly focusing on drawing, collage, books and animation. She holds MFA degree from Hunter College and BA from Duke University. Mein’s solo shows to date include: Verso Reverso, Simon Preston Gallery, NYC (2011); Cegueira, Gallery Pfeister, Denmark (2010); and Natureza Morta, Tony Wright Gallery, Chicago, USA (2009); Feldman Gallery Project Room, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, USA (2009); Simon Preston Gallery (with Carlos Bevilacqua), New York, NY, USA (2008). She recently participated in group exhibitions at the Drawing Center and the Big Screen Project, New York, USA (2011). Mein’s works are included in prestigious public collections such as The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA; and Julia Stoschek Foundation, Dusseldorf, Germany.

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