Pietrina Checcachi moved to Brazil in 1954, taking up residence in Rio de Janeiro, where from 1958 to 1964 he studied at the Escola Nacional de Belas Artes. The artist’s trajectory is marked by several exhibitions, individual and collective, both in Brazil and abroad. In 1968, Pietrina participates in the exhibition “Arte no Aterro”, organized at Aterro do Flamengo by art critic Frederico Morais, having her participation in the exhibition recorded by the documentary “Apocalipopótese” produced by cinematographer Raymundo Amado. In the same year, Pietrina is part of the exhibition “As Bandeiras” at Praça General Osório, in Rio de Janeiro. In the following year, 1969, she participated in the IX Bienal de São Paulo. Pietrina also had her works in six editions of “Panorama de Arte Brasileira”, by MAM — in 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1978, 1981.