Joarez Filho is a renowned visual artist born in Rio de Janeiro in 1973. His artistic journey began in Japan, where he developed the desire to become an artist. While exploring the American market, he discovered contemporary figurative art and learned how to create art and make a living from it. The central concept of his works reflects his experience in Japan and the United States, combining technique and Brazilian soul.
Joarez Filho's work is marked by his skill in portraying female figures, especially women playing musical instruments. He moves between the stylized figurative and the abstract, using color as a vehicle of expression. His artistic gesture is a distinctive feature, allowing him to convey a wide range of emotions through his representation of space as a field of action.
Joarez Filho's work awakens emotions and presents a unique visual vibration. His canvases, which appear to be covered in fresh paint, reflect an expressionist prematurism. His extremely high palette and the emotional existentialism present in his works reveal the authenticity and abundant retractable soul of the Dionysian brushwork. Joarez Filho is recognized for his ability to create a feminine story in his canvases, representing everything from ordinary women to flamenco dancers, with a modern approach and a playful spatiality.