Marcia Grostein (b. 1949) is a Brazilian-born American artist whose practice includes sculpture, painting, video, photography, public art, performance and portable art/jewelry. Composed with meticulous attention to the physical qualities of her chosen medium, Grostein’s dynamic visual choreographies are reductive and expressive. The artist has exhibited her work widely, with solo and group exhibitions at renowned museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Pieces from her prolific body of work are held in prominent public and private collections including those of the São Paulo Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, MOMA/PS1, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
22nd International Biennial of São PauloMarcia Grostein Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, 1994
The Sacred Gardens and Fantastical Bestiaries of Marcia GrosteinLowery S. Sims, 1991
The Wild FormSheila Leirner and Brooks Adams, 1994
Women of the Americas: Emerging PerspectivesCenter for Inter-American Relations and Kouros Gallery 1982