Amanda Maciel Antunes

Skeleton Women // Solo Exhibit DTLA at Lobby Gallery

Amanda Antunes
skeleton women

March 9th 2017 // LA Art Walk 7pm - 10pm

LOBBY GALLERY // 725 S Spring st. Downtown Los Angeles

Amanda is interested in the process of altering our own messages and interpretations of identity and distance; often without us knowing. A Brazil-native that developed her professional presence working out of São Paulo, then Boston and most recently Los Angeles. Her experiences of distance, migration and identity from the places both in her past and future, allows for a particular sensitivity to the themes of her work. Skeleton Women is inspired by the myth of Life/Death/Life cycles of nature and fate. 
 

Featured in Lenny Letter

Amanda Antunes

The Cliff.

Read the story HERE.


thanks for all the love regarding my illustration for @lennyletter -- There's so much power in sharing stories, I was so overwhelmingly proud & grateful to share this and coming from a country where reproductive rights and abortion as a choice is still very much illegal (believe it not = #Brasil) we should all be talking about this with our mothers, grandmothers, children and strangers.  #askyourmother #LennyLetter


News/Press

Amanda Antunes

The Boston Globe Feature - Amanda Antunes: Collaborating Across Disciplines

Montserrat College of Art Guest Artist - Panel Discussion "Dystopia"

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Oh Snap Photography exhibit at Fourth Wall Project - December 2013

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The Boston Globe - Collaboration with Autumn Ahn at Montserrat Gallery

The Boston Globe - "How We Got On" Theater Review (costume designer) 

Tumblr Brasil - Interview

Company One Summer 2013 - Costume Designer for Production of "How We Got On" 

Dig Boston - Latest issue of Spirited write-up by Dig Boston 

Developed look and custom wardrobe for Packert's storybook "Animal Instinct":

 Time Out Boston - Stylish Bostonians 

Break Thru Radio NYC - Interview for Sew and Tell  with Britt Sondreal

Panelist for Spring/Summer 2011 Trend Overview at the Museum of Fine Arts by Fashion Group International of Boston

Proust Questionnaire: Boston Fashion Week Feature