Ana Linnemann works from a group of materials, objects and techniques. According to the critic Moacir dos Anjos, her work “is informed by a willingness to stop wandering before these many things that inhabit the world, considering them in what they have of the clearest and at the same time, in what they have of occult ( …). Things that awaken or prove in the artist an immense attraction for the common of life, leading her to come as close to them as possible to understand her mundane and mundane nature, as if it were the first time she saw them. ” Her works have already been presented in institutions such as Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR), Paço Imperial (RJ), Museu Histórico Nacional, Galeria Laura Alvim (RJ), Centro Cultural Maria Antônia (SP), Centro Cultural São Paulo (SP), Sculpture Center (Nova York), Museo del Barrio (Nova York), Long Island University (Nova York), MALBA (Buenos Aires), o Oslo Kunstforening (Oslo), o Museu Imperial de Petrópolis. In 2004, she received the Vitae (São Paulo) and Pollock-Krasner (New York) grants. In 2011, she was awarded the Pro-Visual Arts Prize from the Cultural Department of the city of Rio de Janeiro, for the production of the Ana Linnemann Ultra Normal (Cosac Naify) monograph. In 2013 he was one of the artists awarded the Arte y Patrimônio prize, Iphan, MinC. He graduated in Design from PUC-Rio, received his master’s degree in Sculpture from Pratt Institute, NY, and a doctorate in Visual Languages from Eba-UFRJ, RJ.