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Ramonn V. Portrait



Ramonn Vieitez is a self-taught Brazilian artist who primarily utilizes painting as a field of creative possibility, compulsively producing works of astonishing lyricism, melancholy, and, perhaps most importantly, sincerity. As a queer individual, he playfully engages with a stunning variety of references but shares the conviction that painting can yield intimate and revelatory forms of expression.
His works convey a sense of energy and movement, existing between figuration and imagined landscapes – they serve as windows to luminous, vibrant, and melancholic places. His production arises from the desire for understanding and the construction of an honest memory, a quest to reveal suppressed desires and lost truths.
The artist has participated in several individual exhibitions, such as at the Museu do Homem do Nordeste (Brazil, Recife) MEB - Centro Cultural Mercado Eufrasio Barbosa (Brazil, Olinda) and at the Amparo 60, Baró and Portas Vilaseca galleries; He also participated in several group exhibitions, including “SEMPRENUNCA Fomos Modernos” at the Museu do Estado de Pernambuco (MEPE) and “Atentxs e Fortes - 50 Anos de Stonewall” at the Casa de Cultura da América Latina DEX/Unb, “Ao Amor do público I - Doações da ArtRio (2012-2015) e MinC/Funarte” at the Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR), and it is in collections such as that of the Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR), Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM-Rio), Arte Al Límite at Santiago de Chile, Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche among others.


Ramonn is a Brazilian artist who creates vibrant paintings that explore the themes of identity, memory and nature. He uses vibrant colors in a dreamlike universe to convey a sense of energy and movement in his works. Ramonn is constantly interested in exploring new forms of representations in both figurative and landscape painting, and through his works, he invites viewers to reflect on their own relationship with nature and identity, creating a space for forms alternatives to see and understand the world. His paintings celebrate the diversity of the human experience, inviting viewers to embrace their uniqueness and find beauty in the world around them.




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