Natália Cavalcante, b.1988, is a Brazilian painter based in Los Angeles since 2017. From an early age, she remembers being attached to things because of their colors. She has always been a big observer of her surroundings, with various memories tied to places because of their color, shape, and senses. Natalia has been painting with acrylic on paper and canvas. From small to medium scales, her themes merge between figurative and abstract. A matter that drives her works is subjects that she has not truly experienced, providing sources for imagination plays its role.


Online solo exhibition

2021 Stopovers, meeting and departure points, Uncool Club

Group exhibitions

2018 Los Angeles Notebook, Jacob’s West, Venice, CA

The Non-Objective Moment, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA

2017 NYFA - IAP Benefit Exhibition, NYFA, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Imagining Geographies, MAES, Vitória, Brazil

2015 Archimedes’ Bathtub, Lorimoto Gallery, Ridgewood, NY

2011 BASE 2 - platform of experimentation, Homero Massena Gallery, Vitória, Brazil