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Marcelot is a Swiss-Brazilian visual artist. His works use a wide variety of techniques, like painting (oil, acrylic, water-colour), drawing, photography, and sculpture (mostly newspaper/fabrics). 

He is most known for his projects about the Greek heritage, environment and religious phenomenon’s. Marcelot’s art mainly explores the “pre-ideas” of objects and their symbolic values.

Selected Artworks

Jesus from the Chapel project
2022
Jesus from the Chapel project
2022
Ancient of Today
The Leaders collecition

2020
Ancient of Today
2020
Ancient of Today
2020
Ancient of Today
2020
La Lira Veneziana
Il Ducato Milanese, 2023
La Lira Veneziana
2023
Il Ducato Milanese
2023

Biography

Born              Potim/Guaratinguetá, Brazil, 1965

Education      Postgraduate in Art Therapy (Academy of Fine Arts in Munich |

                     Germany, 1997-1999)
                     Graduated in Fine Arts (Academy of Fine Arts in Munich |

                     Germany, 1991-1997) 
                     Artistic Education Studies – Theatre Pedagogy (Faculty of Music of

                     Santa Cecília | Brazil, 1987-1989) 

Resides         Lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland

Solo Exhibitions

2022              Project presentation, @thespace Gallery, Zurich,

                      Switzerland, Sep|2022
                      Graphic Body - Consumer Series, project presentation,

                      @thespace Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland, Jun|2022

2019              Ancient of Today, presentation of the project, solo exhibition,

                      BINZ 39, Zurich, Switzerland, Nov|2019

Selected Group Exhibitions

2023              Robert Walser’s Bust + Tree, within of Arty Art Project, Biel / Bienne

2022              Lion of Venice and Bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, 59th Venice Art

                      Biennale, participation as an invited artist by Swatch, Swatch

                      New Faces, Sala delle arme “F”, Arsenale

Public Collections

2022              Lion of Venice at the Biennale Archive Collection, Venice

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