Photograph by Aline Macedo
Nina Franco is a Brazilian visual artist based in London, working with photography and installation.
Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, over the last 8 years she made her journey to different countries as a migrant.
Nina has been exploring political issues in her work to examine and reflect on the intersectionality of women, migration and black identity. She creates through the deconstruction of the functionality of objects as banal as threads to correlate with ancestry, memory and history.
Born 1988 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Lives and works in London, U.K.
2019 – Sobre(viver), Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, VFX, Portugal
2019 – Iconografia Preta, Genesis Gallery, Flawa Festival, London, U.K.
2015 – Soul Black, Sesc Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2012 – Leave Me Shout, Avenue Road Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2020 – Art Madrid, Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, Madrid, Spain
2020 – Affordable Art Fair, Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, Milan, Italy
2019 – Hybrid Art Fair, Madrid, Spain
Selected Group Exhibitions
2020 – The Power Of Our Ancestors, Tate Exchange/Tate Museum, London, U.K.
2018 – The Defiant, George Padmore Institute, London, U.K.
2018 – Cold Cases, Old Police Cell Museum, Brighton Photo Fringe, U.K.
2015 – Muros, Webster Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
2014 – Peri-phery, Fokianou gallery, Athens, Greece
2014 – Lea Festival, Poems & Crimes Gallery, Athens, Greece
2014 – DES-Exhibition, Booze Cooperativa Gallery, Athens, Greece
2014 – Surprise V, support the homeless of Athens, ArtAZ gallery, Athens, Greece
2013 – Histórias Contada Por Elas, Sesc, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2012 – Group Show, Avenue Road Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2012 – Painting Ladies, Chocolate Factory Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2012 – Group Show, La Catedral Studios, Dublin, Ireland
2019 – BA History (Present), Unigran University EAD
2007 – BA, Photography, University Estacio de Sá, Rio de Janeiro