Vilma Slomp was born in 1952, in Paranavaí. He currently lives and works in Curitiba, PR. He won the International Hasselblad Award and has owned collections at the Musée Français de la Photographie, in Paris, in 1992 at the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, in 2000, at the Museum Wilfredo Lan, in Havana, in 2011, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Paraná, in 2013. Her main exhibits are the Flower Metaphor, at Tepper Takayama Fine Arts, in Boston, in 2000, Viscera in Vice Versa, at the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, in 2006, and Curitiba Central, at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum, in 2013. In this edition of the Biennial of Curitiba, the artist exhibits her artwork displayed in the Catedral Básilica Menor de Nossa Senhora da Luz, in the Tiradentes Square, Curitiba.
Daniel Rangel and Adriana Almada | Curator