Eduardo Srur was born in 1974, in São Paulo, where lives and works. His works use public space to highlight environmental and metropolitan daily life issues, always aiming to broaden the presence of art within the community and bring it closer to people’s lives. Some actions promote social activities with children and walk-in visitors through workshops that share the artist’s creative process beyond academia for thousands of people.
Among the national and international exhibitions in which he participated are the solo exhibitions "Farmácia", at Centro Brasileiro Britânico (São Paulo, 2005), and "Caos", at Museu de Arte Contemporânea de São Paulo (São Paulo, 2018); and the group shows "29ª Anual de Arte", at Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (São Paulo, 1997), and "Feeding the World 2050", at Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon (Lyon, França, 2019).
The artist was recognized with the awards 1st Concurso Itamaraty de Arte Contemporânea, Ministério das Relações Exteriores (2011) and 19th Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, India (2018).
Source: Kogan Amaro Gallery.