Susi Sielski Cantarino
Susi Sielski Cantarino
Brazilian resident, born on July 26, 1955, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Susi speaks fluently English, German, Spanish, Hebrew and Portuguese.
Award: second prize, Biennale Firenze, Italy. (em português: Segundo prêmio na Bienal de Florença, Itália.)
Design pieces for Rubens Objects
Journey to Japan, Expo in Tokyo.
Performance with stylist Napoleão Lacerda, Fashion Week, Post Office Cultural Centre, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Creation of design pieces for the Objeto Natural chain.
Execução de capas de livros para as editoras Ediouro e Campus, Brasil. (está em português)
Wild Apple Graphics publishes two art works printed into posters.
1989 – 2002
Director of Metara Art Galleries, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1985 – 1988
Member of the Directory of Aviv Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Journeys all over Israel.
1981 – 1984
State University of Art, History of Egyptian Art: Hieroglyphics, Interpretation, symbology e mythology (está methodology), Tel Aviv, Israel.
Book covers design for Kineret Publishers, Israel.
Iam is born in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Journeys to Crete, Greece and Turkey.
Ricardo e Susi get married and live in Paqueta Island, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Journey to North Brazil, living in Canoa Quebrada, and documenting the life of the fishermen in photographs.
Journey to India, documenting the life of the indian people in photographs.
Sinai desert: living with the Bedouins, Nweiba.
State University of Art: painting, photography, graphic arts, cinema, Herzlia, Israel.
Takes part in several films.
1973 – 1974
Volunteer in several kibbutz, Israel
Trip to Peru.
1972 – 1974
Theater course directed by Antonio Monaco, Buenos Aires.
Susi and her sister Daniela study at Tarbut School in Buenos Aires.
“Nano Exhibition”, Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. (como é em inglês ?)
Award: second prize, Biennale Firenze, Italy.
Recoleta Cultural Center, “Libros de Artista”, sponsored by ARTEBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Nano Exibition”, Bogota, Colombia.
Belmonte Gallery, “Anos 440 Graus”, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ateliê Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Sofitel Hotel, “Fête de la Musique”, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
CEDIM, “Zona Oculta” exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
ARCO. International Contemporary Art Fair, Spain | Valu Oria Gallery
BNDES, “13th Expofoto” exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“Popular Identify” exhibition, Niteroi, Brazil.
Valu Oria Art Gallery Collection, São Paulo, Brazil
“Arts Encounter” Exhibition, Niteroi, Brazil.
“Action Painting II” exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“A Tribute to Dali” Exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1997 – 1999
“Casa Cor”, in several architect-designed rooms, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“The Colour of Rio” exhibition, Post Office Cultural Centre, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“Action Painting” exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Museum of Modern Art, Jerusalem, Israel.
1983 – 1984
Several exhibitions in the old city of Jaffo, Israel.
Applied Art Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil.
Palais Royale 1ere Station, Metro, “Anima”, Paris, France.
“Anima”, Museum Judengasse, Frankfurt, Germany.
“Anima”, National History Museum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Costumers and Private Collectors