Cao Guimarães

was born in 1965 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He works in a crossover of film and the plastic arts. This artist’s works —with intense production since the late 1980s—appear in numerous prestigious collections, such as the Tate Modern (UK), MoMA and Guggenheim Museum (USA), Fondation Cartier (France), Colección Jumex (Mexico), Inhotim (Brazil) and Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (España). He is the author of nine feature films: The Man of the Crowd (2013), Otto (2012), Elvira Lorelay - Alma de Dragón (2012), Ex It (2010), Drifter (2007), Accident (2006), The Soul of the Bone (2004), Two Way Street (2002) and The End of the Endless (2001), which have participated at renowned international film festivals such as Cannes, Locarno, Sundance, Venice, Berlin and Rotterdam.