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Clara Fialho

1984
United States

88 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

New York

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Works by Clara Fialho

Panel #23

2014

12.7 x 20.32cm

911,27 €

Panel #22

2014

16.51 x 18.415cm

SOLD

Panel #21

2014

15.24 x 20.32cm

911,27 €

Panel #12

2014

15.24 x 22.86cm

911,27 €

Panel #10

2014

20.32 x 27.94cm

911,27 €

Panel #5

2014

16.51 x 20.32cm

911,27 €

Panel #3

2014

19.685 x 21.59cm

911,27 €

Panel #2

2014

15.24 x 25.4cm

911,27 €

Untitled #60

2014

106.68 x 152.4cm

SOLD

Untitled #52v

2014

106.68 x 152.4cm

8633,09 €

Untitled #47

2014

106.68 x 152.4cm

8633,09 €

Untitled #32

2011

60.96 x 90cm

2877,70 €

Dreams of Falling

2020

121.92 x 152.4cm

9112,71 €

Untitled #78

2019

50.8 x 76.2cm

3357,31 €

Untitled #72

2019

76.2 x 101.6cm

5755,40 €

Damn Cheese

2019

76.2 x 101.6cm

5755,40 €

Untitled #68

2019

50.8 x 76.2cm

3357,31 €

Untitled #65

2018

55.88 x 76.2cm

3357,31 €

Don’t Be Sad

2016

101.6 x 101.6cm

7194,24 €

Everyone Who’s Ever Loved You

2015

121.92 x 182.88cm

13429,26 €

Untitled #53

2014

152.4 x 243.84cm

17266,19 €

Untitled #49

2014

106.68 x 152.4cm

8633,09 €

Righteous Silence

2014

152.4 x 243.84cm

17266,19 €

Worried Shoes

2014

152.4 x 243.84cm

17266,19 €

A Yawning Abyss

2013

91.44 x 127cm

7194,24 €

Placebo to Believe in Forever (Dyptich)

2011

424 x 467.36cm

33573,14 €

Infantile Omnipotence

2010

121.92 x 182.88cm

13429,26 €

Untitled #11

2008

45.72 x 50.8cm

SOLD

Untitled #383

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #382

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #380

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #379

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #377

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #376

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #375

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #374

2020

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #357

2018

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #356

2018

22 x 30.48cm

Untitled #354

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #352

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #351

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #350

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #349

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #348

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #347

2018

24.13 x 30.48cm

Untitled #341

2017

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #337

2017

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #336

2017

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #330

2016

25.4 x 33.02cm

Untitled #329

2016

25.4 x 33.02cm

Untitled #328

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #327

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #324

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #323

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #322

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #321

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #319

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #318

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #317

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #315

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #314

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #313

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #305

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #304

2016

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #293

2015

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #288

2015

30.48 x 40.64cm

A12 Untitled #284

2015

30.48 x 40.64cm

Untitled #283

2015

30.48 x 40.64cm

Untitled #277

2015

30.48 x 40.64cm

Untitled #276

2015

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #275

2015

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #263

2014

29.21 x 38.1cm

Untitled #228

2014

29.21 x 38.1cm

Untitled #209

2013

27.94 x 38.1cm

Untitled #194

2012

27.94 x 37cm

Untitled #50

2007

30.48 x 30.48cm

Como la Cigarra

2019

144 x 72cm

3357,31 €

Untitled #389

2020

38.1 x 27.94cm

911,27 €

Untitled #387

2020

38.1 x 27.94cm

911,27 €

Untitled #386

2020

38.1 x 27.94cm

911,27 €

Untitled #385

2020

38.1 x 27.94cm

Untitled #384

2020

38.1 x 27.94cm

Clara Fialho (American, b. Brazil, 1984) is a New York-based artist. She received her BFA from the Cooper Union on a full merit scholarship and had her first solo exhibition in Chelsea at age 22. Since then, she has been exhibiting extensively throughout the country and abroad. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, and the cover of New York Spaces Magazine.

"My work is intended to take the viewer away from the worlf of thought. Most of the time it is process oriented, sometimes containing elements from dreams. It reveals universal forms, which are believed to be innately present in every human being. I feel the need to show these elements in order to bring them about. They are often the product of a personal disenchantment with the material world around me. 

Art, being a reaction to society, has the potential to serve as its mirror, and at the same time, point towards what is behind it, towards what is needed: happiness, unity, freedom, love... Hopefully, depending on one's willingness and aptitude to be guided by their sensations, my work will take one away from what is present in their short-term memories, beyond reason and the frustrations that come from our senseless desire to become independent of each other. Most importantly, it should leave them with something positive"