Andréa Hygino
Individual Exhibitions +

2021
On the shoulders of giants. Galeria Nara Roesler, Nova York, Estados Unidos.
Sobre os ombros de gigantes. Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paulo, Brasil.
Mostra Poéticas Femininas na Periferia. Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

2020
Abre Alas 16. Galeria A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro,Brasil. 
minúsculas. Centro de Artes Calouste Gulbenkian, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

2019
24º Salão Anapolino de Arte. Galeria Antônio Sibasolly, Anápolis, Brasil.
Corpos-cidades. Espaço Cultural Pence, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Esqueleto. Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Fotograma por fotograma. Cine Galeria, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

2018
Emergência dos corpos. Centro Cultural Justiça Federal, Niterói, Brasil.
Circuito Grude 2018 - Incorporo a revolta. Circuito livre lambes em 29 cidades do Brasil e do exterior.
Destraços. Galeria de Arte UFF Leuna Guimarães dos Santos, Niterói, Brasil.
Achados e perdidos. Galeria Gustavo Schnoor – Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
[Des] formar. Centro Cultural do Colégio Pedro II, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

2017
Panelas de pressão também sibilam. Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Prova de Estado. Galeria Candido Portinari — Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
 
2016
Impressões cotidianas, Espaço Vórtice — Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Andréa Hygino works as a visual artist, art educator and teacher. She holds a degree in Visual Arts from the Institute of Arts of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and a Master’s in Visual Languages ​​from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She attended the engraving workshops at the Escola de Artes Visuais (EAV) at Parque Lage and at UERJ and was a substitute teacher of drawing at the Escola de Belas Artes at UFRJ. He currently teaches at the Instituto de Artes da UERJ and at the independent art spaces of Estúdio Belas Artes and Centro Cultural Lanchonete< >Lanchonete. In 2020, he won the SelecT Prize for Art Education (Education Shirt category), with the project “Emergency Exit”, co-authored with the artist Luiza Coimbra.

Andréa produces from different languages, such as drawing, performance, sculpture and photography, but finds a special investigation in printmaking: the operation of engraving a surface and producing a mark on a support reveals itself as the will to build an archive of inscribed memories. In an interview for the magazine Desvio, the artist comments: “What interests me, beyond the comment on engraving itself, is to rescue these traces of existences that are usually made invisible or erased; to remind and celebrate anonymous people; to tell and archive their stories in fragmented records.” The specifics of the graphic processes of his works, such as repetition, differentiation and mirroring, give rise to a discussion about school training devices, echoing ruled sheets, calligraphy exercises, chairs for right-handers, didactic stamps, among others. In general, Andréa’s work reflects the situation of education and public education in Brazil, and on several occasions finds in student disobedience the necessary place for contestation and creation.

Artwork