Born 1987 in Santos/Brazil.
Erre erre (Ricardo Reis) is a visual artist and graphic designer who works with mixed media including drawings, collages, and installations. He lives in Belo Horizonte/Brazil and holds a BA in graphic design from the Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo/Brazil (2009).
His most recent exhibitions include: Tudo Nasceu, Suave Coisa Nenhuma, Orlando Lemos Galeria, Jardim Canadá/Brazil (2019), Aspereza, group exhibition at Galeria Ybakatu, Curitiba/Brazil (2019), Eu Nunca Tive Mãe, ESPAI Ateliê, Belo Horizonte (2018), O discurso pode despojar-se de todo desejo de agarrar?, mural in the foyer of SESC Palladium, Belo Horizonte (2018).
Selected books: 1 Fiction of the State of Brazil (2019), Evening Sun (2017), Trivial (with Juan Narowé and Bruno Rios, 2015); Cavalo (with Bruno Rios, cavaloDADA, Daniel Kairoz, João Livra and Júlia de Carvalho Hansen, 2015); and What should be comprehensive (2014).
His work has been awarded the Acquisition Prize – 46th Salon of Contemporary Art Luiz Sacilotto (2018); the Bolsa Pampulha fellowship (2014) and the EDP nas Artes Award – Instituto Tomie Ohtake (2012).