Linda De Sousa (Lisboa, 1949)
Dance is immersed in all cultures of the world throughout history – it is one of the fine arts, the most studied, equal by men and women, who have been interested by that spell that haunts both participants and spectators-, the tradition of dance is
such an extraordinary force in the development of cultures that it is worth studying. In this case, I brought the transparency to the dance to mean its lightness, its beauty, as it can be merged with any environment; I tried to combine the two fine arts that are the plastic expression of the dancing body and the drawing of the hand.
Multidisciplinar artist, speaker, Art critic, curator of exhibitions, teacher of plastic arts, designer of catalogs and art exhibit organizer.
Linda de Sousa has developed a long career in the art world. With exhibitions such as “Transparentes” for “La noche en Blanco” (2006), at the Museum Thyssen Bornemisza, Madrid.
Linda de Sousa stands out among her awards:
1. First Prize in an instalation of Universidad de Chapingo
2. Prix Reconnaissance des Arts, Béziers, (France)
3. Great Gold Medal , Digital Art from XXVII Salón
Arceburgo, “Minas Gerais, Medalha de Ouro Técnica Mista, 39o
Salão de Artes Plásticas” Waldemar Belisário, Ilhabela, (Brazil)
Member of AECA y AICA.
Coordinator of PAC exhibitions.
Her artworks are in museums, institutions and private