arts and culture

Biolab believes that art and culture are essential elements for the development of society. As a Brazilian company, it has supported exhibits by Brazilian artists in the country and abroad, as well as art books, which help divulge Brazil’s history and culture.

Below are some of the artists sponsored by Biolab:

Bia Doria

Visual artist Bia Doria devoted herself almost exclusively to sculpture. She classifies her art as “sustainable contemporary.” In her creations, she applies modern techniques for the use of forest waste. Her sculptures have been featured in galleries in France and the United States.


Connected to art from an early age, Antonio Hélio Cabral attended drawing workshops as a child. With a degree in architecture, his production is quite diverse, ranging from humorous drawings to brutalist works, including geometric compositions.

Carlos Araújo

The work of Carlos Alberto de Araújo Filho is evidence of a perfect mastery of technique, combined with the talent he has shows since childhood.  He began painting at the age of 13 and at 23 held his first exhibit abroad. With a work inspired by universal religiosity, he gained prominence in the international art scene.

Claudio Tozzi

A painter, architect, designer, and visual programmer, Claudio José Tozzi began his career as a visual artist in 1963, when he won the poster contest of the XI São Paulo Salon of Modern Art. His work evolved from pop to conceptual, involving color, pigment, and light.


Artist, photographer, and set designer David Dalmau’s paintings feature the tradition of European figurative expressionism, highlighting urban themes. His technique combines simplicity and sophistication with a brilliant use of color in images of parties, anonymous crowds, and the so desired and utopian eternal happiness.

Eliane Goes

Eliane Goes always knew she wanted to draw. At the age of 8 she won a drawing competition for young people from the School of Fine Arts and has not stopped since. She developed prints for women’s brands, made cartoons, and paints on various types of surface.

Emanoel Araújo 

Emanoel Alves de Araújo is a sculptor, designer, illustrator, costume designer, engraver, set designer, painter, curator, and museologist. He studied at the School of Fine Arts of the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA). In his engravings, reliefs, and sculptures, the visual artist emphasizes geometric shapes combined with contrasts and strong colors.

Gregório Gruber

Gregório Gruber is a painter, designer, engraver, sculptor, set designer, and photographer. He began his artistic training with piano and music theory lessons, as well as harpsichord classes. The artist’s architectural vocation is revealed in his paintings, which feature houses, streets, avenues, viaducts, and skyscrapers.

Gustavo Rosa

Gustavo Rosa was a painter, designer, engraver, and artist. He began his experience with painting in childhood, and was able to see the irreverent, humorous, delicate, grotesque, and beautiful with a sensitive eye, transposing them with defined, simple, direct, and clear lines.

Guto Lacaz

Guto Lacaz is both a visual artist and an architect. His production mixes art, science, and technology, and his works range from drawings, objects, and sculptures to paintings and installations. He has gained great international relevance and his works have already been exhibited in the United States, Canada, and France, among other countries.

Ivald Granato

Ivald Granato started drawing at an early age, under the influence of Cubist painters. He was controversial and provocative, being considered a leading contemporary artist. In addition to painting, he used performance as a means of expression.

Jair Gabriel

Jair Gabriel, who was a rubber tapper in the Amazon Rainforest, had no idea he would become a visual artist. His paintings are vivid, with dots and colors that make up shapes of great beauty and expressiveness. A talent recognized in Brazil and abroad, with exhibits in countries such as France, Italy, Portugal, and Germany.

Mário Gruber

Mário Gruber was a Brazilian painter, engraver, sculptor, and muralist. He was born in Santos, São Paulo, in 1927 and died in 2011. He began painting in 1943 as a self-taught artist. He became a professional at the age of 20, when he participated in the Group of 19 Exhibit, when the jury awarded him the first prize in painting. Gruber has canvases in several Brazilian and foreign museums.

Neno Ramos

Multimedia visual artist Neno Ramos made his first artistic works while still in college, before starting to paint professionally. An adept of neo pop art, Neno is the creator of a work that has achieved worldwide renown as has been featured at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

Neto Sansone

Neto Sansone is a self-taught artist. He’s been painting and drawing for pleasure since childhood. His works feature a repertoire of figurative images with drawing techniques and representation. Neto wants his art to reach all people, without distinction. For the artist, those who feel some emotion when seeing a painting are already enthusiasts.

Newton Mesquita

Newton Mesquita was already making commissioned paintings at the age of 15. Owner of a sharp technique with which he explores light and shadow, Newton manages to “photograph” reality like few. His work has been exhibited in countries such as the United States, Spain, Israel, and Argentina.

Pedro Weingärtner

Pedro Weingärtner was a German-Brazilian painter, designer, and engraver. He studied painting in Europe. His works, rich in detail, have become an important Brazilian historical record. The collection left by Weingärtner has already been exhibited in countries such as France, England, and the United States.

Waldomiro Sant'Anna

Starting with the velatura process, Waldomiro Sant’Anna's work evokes Brazilian regionalism with perfect mastery of shapes, colors, and rhythms. He is an expressionist artist, and as such his works are characterized by the intensity of expressions.

Yugo Mabe

The son painter Manabu Mabe, Yugo Mabe experienced art from a very early age. A dual nature is present in his works: a more classical one, expressed by a solid and architectural design of Cubist derivation, and another more romantic and contemporary, entrusted to a climate of expressionist and lyrical origin.
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