Biography

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I have all the colors in me 

 

Enio Longo is a Brazilian artist, painter and owner of a graphic studio (LPC Visual), dedicating his life to the numerous forms of art expression. A graduate in Visual Communication from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP), who portrays everyday life and social class conflict linked to Surrealism and other schools of art and painting techniques. A painter working for the last decades with different exhibitions, starting with “Labirinto” (1975) as an homage to the cinema’s producers, followed by “Canto Mudo” (1980) portraying his visions of Christ in a less lyrical way, in both using a mixed technique of ink, gouache, watercolor, ecoline and other. In 1975 attended the 13rd São Paulo’s Bienal in a joint exhibition with Edgard Soares. Started his NanoArt works in 2012, when the professor and doctor Elson Longo invited Enio to attend the Tel Aviv exhibition organized by Cris Orfescu. In 2015 was elected the 4th worldwide artist on the development of NanoArt, on the San Francisco’s Nanoart21 exhibition and in October of the same year presented at the São Paulo’s Pinacoteca a NanoArt job with sweeping grains and beers’ liquids. He showed his work in the largest Museum of Latin America – Instituto de Inhotim. 2017 In the same year he participated in the collective exhibition “Exposição Inovanças: Creações à Brasileira”, at the Museum of Tomorrow, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2017 has his work exhibited on the permanent Nanoart exhibition at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iasi, Romania.