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Lynn Carone was born in Los Angeles, USA, naturalized Brazilian. She graduated as an artist at Faap, Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado in 1988 and lived in São Paulo until 2017. She currently lives in Brasília and is a Master's student in the Post-Graduate Program in Visual Arts in the Arts and Technology line at the University of Brasília, where she taught from 2018 to 2020, as a substitute teacher. She is an art educator, teacher trainer and jewelry designer.

She attended training courses with several artists, such as Carlos Fajardo, Edith Derdik, Carmela Gross, Nuno Ramos, Evandro Carlos Jardings, Suzette Venturelli, Denise Camargo amongst others.

Developed projects and participated in artistic collectives and exhibitions in partnership with artists, such as "Common space", Space connection "," Atelier das Quatro “, “Wasteland rites", "Imaginary Line", "Time, space and places" and Collective "November", ”One woman per square meter”, “Mails”, “@3’ “ and collective “Lâmina”, among others. 

Since 1998, she has participated in several art exhibitions and salons throughout Brazil, such as Paço das Artes, Ophicina Space Gallery, Atelier 397, Júlio Prestes Station, Mackenzie Museum, SESC Pompéia, the Contemporary House, Museum of Arts of the University of São Paulo, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Curitiba and Campinas, the gallery of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, the Museum of Arts of Ribeirão Preto, Polytheama Space Gallery in Jundiaí, the Hall of Piracicaba, the Hall of Amapá, the gallery of the chamber of Brasília and Culture house of Latin America in DF.

Participated in individual exhibitions as, "Correspondence" in Cultural center gallery of the Chamber of Brasília, Alice Sailer Fundation and “Cycles”in Cultural center Henfil, São Bernardo do Campo.

She has also participated in international exhibitions such as the project “Fish eye” in Cardiff, Wales for the “Imaginary Line” project, the international seminar on Art and Nature, the exhibition Panoramas 2021, Valencia, Spain, and the exhibitions Emmeio12# and Emme13#, part of same international event, #20.Art/ Panoramas

From 2014 onwards, the metal engraving “What is mine, what is ours”, became part of the collection of the Pinacoteca Gallery of São Paulo and in 2019 the work "Na lata" was acquired for the collection of Galeria 10, of the Cultural Center of the Chamber of Deputies /Brasília/DF.

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