Juliana Notari

Artist and researcher in the field of arts, she holds a PhD and a Master in Visual Arts from PPGARTES/UERJ, works with the most diverse languages (installations, performances, videos, photographs, drawings and objects) in a multidisciplinary approach. Her visual research has created a body of works that face their singularities, moving between biography, confessional, catharsis or relational practices. With different emphases and modes of operation, traumas, desires, fantasies and fears are relocated in her works, establishing relationships between subjectivities that, in turn, configure the central axis of the artist’s work. Notari has participated in national and international exhibitions, received awards, performed artistic residencies and has works in public and private collections. Among the awards we can highlight: finalist artist of the 7th Marcantonio Vilaça Award, 2019, nominated for the PIPA Award 2018 and 2019; Award of the Pará Art Salon in 2014; Funarte Award – Mulheres nas Artes Visuais [Women in Visual Arts] in 2013; Research Grant Award at the Pernambuco Contemporary Art Salon in 2004.

Her major solo exhibitions include: ‘Amuamas’, 2018 and “SORTERRO Cap. 5′, 2014, Museu de Arte Moderna Aloisio Magalhães – MAMAM (Recife, PE, 2014); ‘Desterro: While they were growing up”, Recife City Museum (PE, 2016); “Rire pour Moi, 2009, École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix-en-Provence Gallery (France, 2009); “REDENTORNO”, Vicente do Rêgo Monteiro Gallery, Joaquim Nabuco Foundation – Fundaj (Recife, PE, 2008); “Diário de Bandeja” Amparo 60 Gallery (Recife, PE, 2008); “Symbebekos”, Fayga Ostrower Gallery, Funarte (Brasília, DF, 2004). Of the group exhibitions stand out: Diva, sculpture in permanent exhibition at Usina de Arte (Água Preta, PE, 2020); ‘À Nordeste’, SESC 24 de Maio (São Paulo, SP, 2019); ‘7th Marcantonio Vilaça Award Exhibition’, MAB-FAAP (São Paulo, SP, 2019); 37th Salao Arte Pará [Invited Artist] – UFPA Museum (Belém, PA, 2018); “Bienal Del Sur: Pueblos en Resistencia”, Museum of Fine Arts of Caracas (Venezuela, 2015); “Transperformance 2 – Inventory of Gestures”, Oi Futuro Flamengo (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2012); “Surface Metro”, Paço das Artes (São Paulo, SP, 2012); “Performance Arte Brasil Festival”, Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro – MAM (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 2011); “Tripé/Escrita”, SESC Pompéia (São Paulo, SP, 2010); “Rumos Itaú Cultural de Artes Visuais” (São Paulo, SP, Rio de Janeiro, RJ and Salvador, BA, 2009); “Territoires Transitoires”, Palais de la Porte Dorée (Paris, 2005); “O Corpo na Arte Contemporânea Brasileira”, Itaú Cultural (São Paulo, SP, 2005).

Her work is part of private and institutional collections, such as the Museu de Arte do Rio – MAR (Rio de Janeiro), Museu de Arte Moderna Aloisio Magalhães – MAMAM (Recife, PE), Coleção do Banco do Nordeste – CCBNB (Fortaleza, CE), Rômulo Maiorana Foundation (Belém, PA), Museu da Universidade Federal do Pará (Belém, PA), GUEES Cultural Foundation (Los Angeles, USA), Niemeyer House and Latin American House of Culture – CAL, University of Brasília (Brasília – DF).