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Artist Carin Dangot

Carin Dangot

Queens, NY, USA


Brazilian, b. 1971   —   Carin Kulb Dangot is a São Paulo, Brazil-born abstract painter and sculptor. She began her career as a food engineer and then a sought-after food designer for film and television before bringing her love of mixing, melding, and inventing new forms to the world of paint, color, volume, and mass. Dangot's artwork emphasizes the physical properties of materials via experimentation and other intuitive processes. She is interested in paint materiality and plasticity on various surfaces–such as canvas, aluminum, and mylar- 2D and 3D. Dangot's work has been exhibited in NYC fine arts venues NY Live Arts, Christie's, The Cluster Gallery, Deanna Evans Project, Governors Island (GIAF), Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, Soho20, Copeland Gallery in London, UK and in Amherst, MA at Augusta Savage Gallery. She has also exhibited in her home country at the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture and Casa Galeria in São Paulo. She is the 2012 recipient of the Leonard Rosenfeld Merit Scholarship and Lloyd Sherwood Grant for "outstanding work in non-objective art" from the Art Students League. Dangot was recently accepted into the competitive New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program in 2020. Dangot currently lives and works out of New York City since 2010.

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