Sando Gos lives and works in the province of Goìas in Brazil.
Born in 1880, Sando Gos works his paintings with charcoal that he mixes with paint, alternating architectural lines or geometric patterns, plant themes, he establishes a personal language
punctuated with texts and numberings that are sometimes mysterious for the viewer. The set has an atypical style that we would gladly marry with the prolific Brazilian design of the 50s and 70s.
(Joaquim Tenreiro, Carlo Hauner, for the design, Oscar Niemeyer for the architecture).
Sando Gos acquired his notoriety by participating in exhibitions in Brazil and Portugal.