Dália Rosenthal

works

curriculum
Education

2002 Masters in Art History - UNICAMP
1997 Specialization in Art Education - USP, SP
1996 Degree in Art Education,
Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo

Individual Exhibits
2005 Casa Galeria - Dália Rosenthal and Murilo Kammer - São Paulo
2003 Depois de Agora e Lá - Galeria 10.20 x 3.60 São Paulo
2002 Centro Universitário Maria Antônia - São Paulo
2000 Galeria Baró Senna - São Paulo
1998 Centro Cultural de São Paulo

Group Shows
2006 Prêmio Projéteis de Arte Contemporânea Funarte- Featured Artist - Rio de Janeiro
2005 Das tentativas - Dália Rosenthal and Alexandre Tripiciano - Ateliê 397 - São Paulo
2005 Casa de Cultura da América Latina, Brasília
2005 Programa de Exposições 2005 MARP, Casa de Cultura de Ribeirão Preto
2005 25th Salão Nacional de Atibaia
2004 Novelas Exemplares - Photographs - Imã Galeia, São Paulo
2002 Coletiva anual Baró Senna
2000 Iniciativas - Centro Cultural de São Paulo
1999 Olho Seco - Atelier Daora Brandão, São Paulo
1998 Centro Cultural de São Paulo - Selecionados 98
1997 Via Sacra - Dores e Andores \ Liceu de Artes de Ofícios, São Paulo
1996 MAC\ Painel ABCA. (SP)

Awards and Fellowships
2005 Prêmio Projéteis de arte Contemporânea Funarte (Acquisition Prize)
1999-2002 Masters Fellowship, FAPESP
1997 Art Dzarm 97- First Prize (Acquisition Prize)

Teaching Activities
Since 2002 she has worked as a teacher of Visual Arts at the Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo, where she runs the programs for Photography, Video and Contemporary Video Representation.

Additional Education
2004 Photojournalism - Imã Galeria, with João Bittar
2004 Video Workshop - SENAC
2003 Semana Estado de Jornalismo (Journalism week sponsored by O Estado de São Paulo)
2003 Scriptwriting Workshop for Film and Television - SENAC
1999-2000 Work with Nuno Ramos - Grupo Olho Seco
1997-1999 Supervised projects at MUBE studios with Tuneu, Vera Martins, Ana Maria Tavares, Fabio Miguez and Nazareth Pacheco.
1998 Art History - Rodrigo Naves.

Dália Rosenthal is an artist represented by the Galeria Virgílio, in São Paulo, with an individual exhibit scheduled for March, 2007.

 
 
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