Christina Oiticica's innovative and simple work exudes the natural viscerality of women. The Brazilian artist, wife of the renowned writer Paulo Coelho and cousin of the renowned artist Hélio Oiticica, is considered "a pilgrim who walks with devotion through life".
In the "Corações e Bocas" collection, the explosion of warm tones and rhythms provided by the artist's sensual and tropical narrative is evident.
Some of his works also include small excerpts signed by Paulo Coelho in different languages - from Persian to Chinese, from Spanish to Portuguese. Christina Oiticica has already exhibited several works that were buried in inhospitable places and, later, graced by the impact of mother nature.
The name of the artist, author of several illustrations featured in her life partner's books, has already been recognized in several European museums and art galleries, such as, for example, the Louvre, in Paris.