Priscila De Carvalho's permanent public art has been installed at the New York City subway station and at Richard Rogers Public School. Her work is well represented in private and public collections worldwide, including those of Artium-Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, Spain, The Siddhartha Art Foundation, Nepal, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Lower East Side Printshop among others. She is a 2008 Pollock and Krasner Fellow.

Born in Curitiba, Brazil , De Carvalho presently lives and works in New York City. 


*indicates the exhibition accompanied by catalog

2017 “Permanent Public Commission for The Valley Metro Rail South Central Extension" commissioned by Valley Metro, Phoenix, Arizona.

2017 “Permanent Public Commission for the Woodhaven SBS street improvement project" commissioned by NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program and DOT. , Queens, NY  (Forthcoming, Fall 2017)

2017  Priscila De Carvalho: "Before Now”,  Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, New York

2016 Priscila De Carvalho: “Urban Nature”, P.S. 96 Richard Rodgers commissioned by (PAPS) Public art for Public Schools and (SCA) School of Construction Authority, Bronx, New York

2016 "Livonia Avenue", Livonia Commons commissioned by Dunn Development Corp., Brooklyn, New York 

2015 “Bronx: Heart, Homeland”, Castle Hill, Bronx NYC subway station, commissioned by MTA for Arts and Design, NY

2015 “You will rise” Mural Art Project dedicated for Nepal Earthquake Victims, Brooklyn, New York.

2012 "Kolor Kathmandu", Mural Arts Project, Kathmandu, Nepal

2012 “Trabajadores De Sueños”, Puebla Ciudad Mural Project, Puebla, Mexico 

2012 Priscila De Carvalho: “Slick", Russell/Project, Richmond, VA

2010 Priscila De Carvalho: "(In)visible Cities", Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Jamaica, NY

2010 Priscila De Carvalho: "Out of Nothing", 64bis Gallerie, Paris, France*

2010 Priscila De Carvalho: "No One's Land", Praxis International Art Gallery, New York, NY

2009 Priscila De Carvalho: “Passageways”, The Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ





"Expo Venta Bamequinox 2017", Museum Ixchel del Traje Indígena, Guatemala, Guatemala City

"Darkest Side of Paradise", Brooklyn Wayfarers, Brooklyn, New York, NY

"Benefit Exhibition", New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, NY


"Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Sino-American Artists Exhibition”, Javits Center, New York, NY


“Face to Place” Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Exhibition, New York, NY


"Grey Flag" Artium- Basque Museum of Contemporary Art,  Vitoria, Spain, Curated by Blanca De La Torre

“Pangea” New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), New York, NY, Curated by David Terry


"Earth, Body, Mind”, Nepal Art Council, Kathmandu Triennial, Kathmandu, Nepal*

“Divergence”, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY, Curated by Rachel Gladfelter 

“Vista: Maps and Landscapes", University of Maryland University College, Curated by Eva Mendoza and Jodie Dinapoli, Adelphi, MD*

"Street Art Against Slavery", Village Underground, London, UK,  Supporters Sotheby, Moniker Art Fair and Opera Gallery London, Curated by Rachel Marcuzzi.

No Other Medicine”, NY Studio Gallery-FIT Art Market, Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen, PhD, New York, NY*

"Under the Influence: The Comics and Contemporary Art", Curated by Susan Hoeltzel, Lehman College Art Gallery/CUNY, Bronx, New York

“We Are You", Wilmer Jennings Gallery, New York, Arts Guild New Jersey, Rahway, New Jersey


"The (S) Files", El Barrio Museum Biennial, New York, NY, curated by Rocío Aranda- Alvarado, Elvis Fuentes and Trinidad Fombella*

"Bronx Calling", The Bronx Museum of the Arts Biennial, Bronx, NY, curated by Wayne Northcross and Jose Ruiz*

"Vista", Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY, curated by Alyson Baker

"Alternate Routes", New Work by Keyholder Artists in Residence, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY

"The Beauty of a minor matter", Skalitzer140, Berlin, Germany, curated by Katrin Herzner and Alessandro Vitali

"Wonderstuck", Praxis International Art Gallery, Miami, FL


"Ain't I a woman", Mocada, Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Kimberli Gant

"Art Paris", The Grand Palais,  Paris, France

"Pinta", Praxis International Art Gallery, London, UK

"Pulse", Praxis International Art Gallery, New York, NY

"Sky Was Yellow, Sun Was Blue", Russell/Project, Richmond, Richmond, VA


"Emerge 10", Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark NJ, curated by Sarah Reisman.

"Pinta Art fair", Praxis International Art Gallery, New York, NY

”The City. Presence”, Juvenal Reis Studios, L.I.C., NY, Curated by Francisco Cano

“Making It" Selections from the 2008 NYFA Mentoring Program for Immigrant Artists, Deutsche Bank Gallery, New York, NY, Curated by Liz Christensen*

“Postcards From the Edge”, Metro Pictures Gallery, New York, NY


"19th Annual Arts Festival", Grace Church Van Vorst, CAF'08 Curatorial, Jersey City, NJ

"Art To The Trade", Juvenal Reis Studios, L.I.C., NY


"Postcards From the Edge", James Cohan Gallery New York, NY

"Town & Country: urban, suburban, and rural communities", Project Diversity, New York, NY

"Loaded", M.Y. Art Propects, New York, NY, Curated by Tom Snelgrove

"99 Cents", Jersey City Museum/Victory Hall Inc, Jersey City, N.J., Curated by Rocío Aranda-Alvarado


"L.I.C. NOW", Juvenal Reis Studios, Curated by Lisa Hayes Williams, L.I.C., NY 

"Merit Award", Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center New York, NY

"Painting Annual", Victory Hall Inc, Jersey City, NJ


"Wooster Arts Space", New York, NY 

"Night of 1000 Drawings", Artist Space, New York, NY

"Benefit Small works Show", The Creative Center,New York, NY



2013 Travel Grant, Kathmandu, Nepal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Embassy of Brazil in Nepal and Siddhartha Art Foundation

2011 Lower East Side Residency Award, New York, NY 

2011 Socrates Sculpture Park Residency Award, Long Island City, NY 

2010 Sculpture Space, Residency & Fellowship Award, Utica, NY

2010 Artist-in-Residency, Pace University, New York, NY

2010 (AIM) Artist-in-the Marketplace, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

2009 Workspace Program, Artist-in-Residence, Jamaica Center for the Arts & Learning, New York, NY

2009 Queens Community Arts Fund Grant (QCAF), Queens, New York

2008 Pollock-krasner Foundation Fellowship Award, New York, NY 

2008 Emerge 10 Fellowship program, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art

2008 (NYFA) New York Foundation for the Arts, Immigrant Artist Outreach Initiative Program

2005 James C. Johnson Scholarship Merit Award, The Arts Student League of New York




2017  Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP), Artist Talk, Brooklyn, New York

2016  Public art for Public Schools (PAPS) and  School of Construction Authority (SCA), Panelist, Bronx, New York

2015  MTA for the Arts and Design, Panelist, New York, NY

2013 Queen Museum of Art, teaching artist-mural project, Leornardo Di Vinci School, IS 061, Queens, New York 

2012 Puebla: Ciudad Mural, Puebla, Mexico -mural project with children and teens.

2012 Sattya Media Art Collective-Mural project with teens.

2012 Ashcan Studio of Art - Summer Camp instructor, Queens, NY

2011 Bronx River Art Center, AKA -Active Knowledge Academy- a project initiated and under the direction of media artist Hector Canonge. Participating Artists as AKA Faculty Alison Cox (painting), Ernest Concepcion (drawing), Priscila De Carvalho (sculpture), Panagiotis Mavridis (mixed media), Jia-Yi He (music), Timothy J Hospodar (performance art).

2012 Lehman College - The City University of New York
Artist talk-in collaboration with The City and Humanities Program Priscila de Carvalho, Michael Ferris Jr and Sean McCarthy, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, New York.

2011 Bronx River Art Center, Active Knowledge Academy - a project initiated and under the direction of media artist Hector Canonge. Participating Artists as AKA Faculty Alison Cox (painting), Ernest Concepcion (drawing), Priscila De Carvalho (sculpture), Panagiotis Mavridis (mixed media), Jia-Yi He (music), Timothy J Hospodar (performance art).

2010 Pace University, New York - Artist in residency Student lecture with Prof. Linda Sue Herritt, Chair

2010 Sculpture Space - Artist in residency
Artist talk with artists Joseph Esser, Carmelo Midili and Bundith Phunsombatlert

2010 The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA)
Artist talk with Theresa Barbado and artists: Eric Alugas, Kim Beacoats, Priscila De Carvalho, Kenya Robinson and William Mwazi at The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, Brooklyn New York.

2009 The Jersey City Museum Visual Arts, Exhibition based themes, Children Workshop artist talk and tour with James Pustorino

2008 Queens Council of Arts, Panelist for Visual Arts and Film Category 




2014 New York's Underground Art Museum MTA Arts and Design, Written by Sandra Bloodworth, William Ayres, Foreword by Stanley Tucci, Preface by Thomas F. Prendergast by The Monacelli Press

2013 Info En Punto: Nueva obra de Priscila de Carvalho para el programa Grey Flag de Artium, May 7

2013 El Pais: Un paisaje urbano de Priscila de Carvalho sobre la fachada, May 7

2013 Tsering Dolker, Nepali Times: Koloring Kathmandu Page # 650 April, 05

2013 Conexao Cultural Sao Paulo: Brasil Criativo Apresenta: Priscila de Carvalho January, 29

2013 The Kathmandu Post: January at Sattya January, 01

2012 Hallie Sekoff, The Huffington Post: "ArtRio 2012: The Second Annual Fair Reflects Brazil's Growing Presence In The Contemporary Art World", September 04 

2012 Kurchi Dasgupta, Hyperallergic: "Painting is Alive and Kicking at the Kathmandu International Art Festival", December 20

2012 Jessica Allen, CBS New York: "5 NYC Street Art Murals To See Right Now", July 2

2012 Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington, The Huffington Post: "What's New in Bushwick: A Quick Street Art Survey", June 06

2011 Holland Cotter, The New York Times "Artists Whose Vitality Flows From the Streets", Review, June 16

2011 Amir H. Fallah, Beautiful Decay Magazine: "Priscila's Majestic Brazil", October 28th

2011 Laura F. Giberllini, Arte Aldia International: Museo's Bienal: The (S) Files, Review, Issue # 136 August/September/Octobe

2011 Eduardo Graça, O GLOBO "Crise econômica e política chamam a atenção em retrospectiva de artistas contemporâneos no Museo del Barrio, em Nova York", Review (Crítica), Rio De Janeiro, June 24

2011 Allison Meier, Hyperallergic: Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial, Review, July 18

2011 Gisele Regatao, Culture WNYC: "Pickles, Turntables and Graffiti at El Museo del Barrio's 'Bienal' of Latino Art", Review, June 14

2011 No Mello: "Ruas em Ebulição", Review (Crítica), Vogue Brazil, No 182

2011 The S-Files. Catalogue, Museo del Barrio, New York, NY, June 16

2011 AIM: Bronx Calling Catalogue, The Bronx Museum of The Arts, New York, NY, June 26

2011 Marisol Nieves, "Taking AIM!: The Business of Being an Artist Today", Page 285, October 03

2010 Art Paris, "Out of Nothing", Paris, France, March 05

2009 Denise Carvalho, ArtNexus: "Passageways" Jersey City Museum, Review, No 74, Volume 8

2009 Benjamin Genocchio, The New York Times: "A Decade of Emergence", Review, August 28

2009 Blanca De La Torre, Art Aldía International: "Passageways", Jersey City Museum, Review, Issue 127

2009 Deutsche Bank Art Mag., Selections from the 2008 NYFA Mentorship Program for Immigrant Artists, "Making It", New York, NY

2009 Nicholas Hirshon, "Brazilian Art Shines", Daily News, Queens, New York, August 18

2009 The Gothic Times, "Passageways"Jersey City Museum, Text by Eric Whalen, Jersey City, NJ, April 28

2009 American Towns Magazine, "Passageways" Jersey City, NJ, March 7

2007 Art World Digest Magazine, “The Seed Issue” Curated by David Cohen, New York, NY

2006 The Victory Hall annual painting brochure. New Jersey, NJ