Bruna Fernanda Vieira Silva, Talita Trizoli
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As an effort to make visible female artists not included in the official circuit of the Brazilian artistic field, the Vozes Agudas collective carried out the 1st Prize Vozes Agudas for Women Artists as a critical exercise that contemplates the relationship between social markers and artistic practices in order to continue questioning the structures of art in their context.
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We think here of the paradigmatic cases of Tarsila do Amaral and Anita Malfatti, or even Lygia Clark and Lygia Pape, which occupy a prominent place and spread the aesthetic ideals of their respective periods, respectively the modernism and the participatory contemporary art, as Simioni, Giunta and one of those who write to you, Trizoli, point out, but which are par excellence, the exceptions to the rule.
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