Nina Pandolfo is one of Brazil's most prominent artists and has been painting is the streets of São Paulo since she was a young girl. Compelled by equality, she creates art for those who do not have the privilege of visiting galleries or museums. Typically, Pandolfo reflects upon her own feminine sensibility and her practice normally involves her signature girls with large, captivating eyes that combine strength and innate sensuality and childlike innocence.
Exhibiting internationally, her work can be found in established art institutions including University of São Paulo's Museum of Contemporary Art. Pandolfo has also taken part in major projects including the Fendi Baguette Project and the Kelburn Castle Graffiti Project alongside fellow prominent Brazilian artists Os Gêmeos and Nunca.