Ana Maria Dias

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1945 Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but spent much of her childhood in Porto Feliz, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
1965 Moved to Sao Paulo Brazil
1975 Began her artistic career


Solo Exhibitions
1980 Brazil House Museum, Sao Paulo
1981 Brazil House Museum, Sao Paulo
1983 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1986 Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1988 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
Federal Economic Bureau, Campinas, Brazil
1993 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1998 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo

Group Exhibitions
1975 Plastic Arts Salon of Porto Feliz, Sao Paulo State
1976 Plastic Arts Salon of Capivari, Sao Paulo State
1977 Patio Salon, Sao Paulo
1979 Gallery of Brazilian Art, Sao Paulo
1980 Gallery of Brazilian Art, Sao Paulo
1981 Rotary Club International Convention, Sao Paulo
1981 A Capela Gallery, Sao Paulo
1982 Art Nouveau Gallery, Miami
1982 III Official Salon of the Academy of Fine Arts, Sao Paulo
1982 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1982 Crysalis Gallery, New York
1982 Barbara Norris Gallery, Miami
1982 Macintosh Gallery, Atlanta
1982 Penrod Arts Fair, Indiana
1982 Loggia Gallery, Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo
1982 BEAL, European Bank, Campinas, Brazil
1982 Sogeral Bank, Porto Alegre, Brazil
1982 Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1982 Cultura Gallery, Sao Paulo
1983 Gallery of International Naןve Art, Paris
1983 Gallery 147, Bazel, Switzerland
1983 Jardim Gallery, Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo
1983 MAC Museum of Contemporary Art, Campinas, Brazil
1983 Adriana Thorn Gallery, Holland
1983 Hotel des Indes Gallery, La Haia, Holland
1983 House of France, Sao Paulo
1983 Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1983 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1984 Gallery of International Naןve Art, Paris
1984 The Sun Museum, Penapolis, Sao Paulo
1984 BEAL, European Bank, Campinas, Brazil
1984 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1985 IV Panorama of Ingenuous Art, Jean Jacques Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1985 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1986 Lungby Kunstforning, Copenhagen
1986 Campinas Gallery, Campinas, Brazil
1986 UNICEF, Maksoud Plaza, Sao Paulo
1986 Place of Arts Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1986 Real Palace Hotel, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
1986 Foundation of the Federal District, Brasilia
1986 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1987 Aliance Francesa, Sao Paulo
1987 Gallery of International Naןve Art, Paris
1987 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1987 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1988 Place of Arts Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
1988 The Tobacco House, LBA, Sao Paulo
1988 Antiquario Art Space, Sao Paulo
1988 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1988 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1989 Shizouka Country, Hamada, Japan
1989 Tanaka-Yaisu Gallery, Tokyo
1989 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1989 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1990 Dronninglund Art Center, Denmark
1990 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1990 Gallery of International Naןve Art, Paris
1990 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1991 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1991 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1992 International Ingenuous and Primitive Art Exhibition, Cultural Center SESC, Piracicaba, Sao Paulo
1992 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1992 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1993 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1993 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1994 Jeaninne Blais Gallery, North Hatley, Quebec, Canada
1994 “L’Arbre et les Naifs”, Jacqueline Bricard Gallery, Lourmarin, France
1994 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1995 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1994 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1996 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1996 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1997 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
1997 Jacques Ardies Gallery, Sao Paulo
1997 Jeaninne Blais Gallery, North Hatley, Quebec, Canada
2003 “The Naןve World”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv
2004 Chapel Art Show, Chapel School, Sao Paulo
2004 Gallery Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
2004 GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv
2005 “The Brazilian Naives and their Color Carnaval”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv
2007 "Simple Pleasures, Bygone Days: The Naives of Brazil and Argentina", GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv

Prizes
2004 Prix Suisse and Prix Europe de Peinture Primitive Moderne, Galerie Pro-Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland

Public Collections
MAN Naןve Art Museum, Beraut, France

Bibliography
"La Cite et les Naifs", Max Fourny, 1986, Paris
"L’Arbre et les Naifs", Max Fourny, 1990, Paris
“Naןve Art in Brazil”, Jacques Ardies, 1998, Sao Paulo

 

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