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Celia Eid

1952
São Paulo, Brazil

24 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Celia Eid

Montagne

2019

Paintings , Litography

70 x 60 x 0.1cm

2000,00 €

Fleuve Rouge

2019

Prints , Litography

90 x 62 x 0.1cm

900,00 €

Nuage attaché 2

2018

Prints , Litography

90 x 62 x 0.1cm

900,00 €

Rouge sur Rouge

2018

Prints , Litography

90 x 62 x 0.1cm

900,00 €

Rouge sur Rouge

2017

Prints , Litography

77 x 55 x 0.1cm

800,00 €

Rouge et Ligne

2017

Prints , Litography

77 x 55 x 0.1cm

800,00 €

Bleu et Ligne

2017

Prints , Litography

77 x 55 x 0.1cm

800,00 €

Bleu et Ligne

2014

Prints , Litography

77 x 55 x 0.1cm

800,00 €

On the Back 2

2024

Paintings , Oil

67 x 76 x 3cm

1300,00 €

On the Back 1

2024

Paintings , Oil

67 x 76 x 3cm

1300,00 €

Celia Eid is a Brazilian artist born in 1952 who lives and works between Paris, France and São Paulo, Brazil. She is graduated from the School of Communication and Arts at the University of São Paulo. She collaborated with the newspaper O Estado de São Paulo and with several publishing houses: Scipione, Unesp, Edusp. In 1993, she won the Jabuti Prize for the best cover book and the best graphic project of the year regarding publishing industry. In 1994 she published the book / BD Penare. After a two-year contract at the video post-production house, Casa Blanca, she moved on to digital arts and animation cinema. Living in France since 1997, she worked on short pieces of contemporary music, often performed by the ensemble Aleph. Le rire du Coq by Dominique Clément and Gymel with  the soundtrack of Sébastien Béranger, were presented at several digital art and music festivals in the world. Celia Eid won the prize for best interactive film at the Internet film festival, Fluxus, with her animation Silent. Dislocations, created in 2010 with the music of Sébastien Béranger, is a piece for solo piano, electroacoustic music and sculpture. The pianist interacts with the video by throwing a small light ball into the sculpture, which triggers a change in the video. Dislocations has been broadcast by several video festivals and has also been presented live in Paris, São Paulo, Stockton (USA), and Strasbourg. Alongside his personal projects, Eid has run cartoon workshops for young children in partnership with institutions such as the Forum des Images or Le Cube. She also creates several sets for dance performances for the Compagnie Picomètre.