T H A Í S B E L T R A M E
São Paulo, 1976
Her work, constituted by drawings, engravings and installations refer to the innocence of childhood intertwined with themes like adult anxiety and memory. She possesses in her narrative structure a vast array of subjects like love, beauty, rage and solitude, subtly introduced and elaborated, strongly valuing the external appearance of simplicity.
Along with the girls, boys and animals that make up her artistic landscape, these emotional anchors expose Thais’ dense capacity of telling stories and connecting characters and the life they carry from one work to another