Nina Galanternick

production by Glaucia Villas Bas
Brazil, 2010
time: 33'

An affective approach of the relationship between Mário Pedrosa, one of the greatest art critics of the twentieth century, and some of the most important Brazilian artists like Hélio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape, Abraham Palatnik, Almir Mavignier, Cildo Meireles and Antonio Manuel. Letters, reviews, interviews together with the beauty of the artworks take the viewer on a journey through Brazilian art from the 1950s.

Nina started working with audiovisual arts in 1999 when she made her first video art entitled “Between”, which was featured in exhibitions in Brazil, USA and Japan. She has been working as editor for 15 years, with documentaries, TV shows and feature film. Nina spent the year of 2005 in Berlin, where she directed her first documentary: “Almir Mavignier: Concrete Memories”. In 2012, finished her masters at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro’s School of Communication studying films on art. Today she lives and work in Rio de Janeiro.


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