“The vital path weaves surfaces”

For more than 30 years, Adriana Rizkallah has prioritized sustainability in her work, creating an exclusive recycled papier-mâché technique.

“The vital path weaves surfaces and my work is a result of the deconstruction of paper, material which I find very versatile. The production is born through a different sight, instigating individual and collective perceptions that arises synthesia, creating many visual-sensory interpretations”.

Adriana Rizkallah


Explore Adriana Rizkallah’s work
(the links above will take you to pages in portuguese with image galleries)


Paper. Exercise to Your Senses

Sustainable Design

Transforming Paper Waste to Desirable Objects

Special Projects

Social Project “Paper is Possibility”


Adriana Rizkallah is a brazilian artist, born in São Paulo, 1962. 

 Graduated in Visual Arts by FAAP University in 1984, she went on to specialize herself in sculpture, specifically in papier-mâché technique. Paper has always fascinated Adriana and her art is an analogy between perception and reality. 

The work contains recycled papier-mâché, making it completely sustainable and eco-friendly. 

 The artist began by producing drawings, paintings and collages and later evolved in working exclusively with paper. 

Adriana`s main objective is to evidence and play with the many possibilities of surface art, including sustainable measures to her art pieces.


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Vila Nova Conceição / SP – Brazil
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