Rosana Paulino (São Paulo, 1967), holds a PhD in Visual Arts and a Bachelor's in Engraving from the School of Communications and Arts at the University of São Paulo - ECA / USP and sepcialized in engraving at the London Print Studio, London. Artist and researcher, he received a scholarship from the Ford Foundation from 2006 to 2008 and CAPES from 2008 to 2011. In 2014 she was awarded a scholarship for research and residency at the Bellagio Center, of the Rockefeller Foundation, in Bellagio, Italy. As an artist she has stood out for her production linked to social, ethnic and gender issues. Her work focuses mainly on the position of black women in Brazilian society and the various types of violence suffered by this population due to racism and the marks left by slavery. She has works in several museums, including the following: University of New Mexico Art Museum, New Mexico, USA. MALBA, Art Museum of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo, SP; MAM - Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, SP; MASP, Art Museum of São Paulo, SP, Pinacoteca Municipal - Centro Cultural São Paulo, SP; AfroBrasil Museum - São Paulo, SP and Salvador Allende Museum - Santiago de Chile, Chile.