see Amaral, Tarsila doAmaral, Tarsila do,
1886–1973, Brazilian painter, usually known as Tarsila. She brought modern art to Brazil, mingling Brazilian themes with modernistic imagery in her paintings.
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Developed in the 1920s by Tarsila do Amaral and Oswald de Andrade and later used as the curatorial proposition of the Sao Paulo Biennial in 1998, anthropophagy, or cultural cannibalism, names the anxious question that underlies all biennials: who's consuming whom?
"According to the National Fire Protection Association (www.nfpa.org) in the US, three out of five home fire deaths occur in homes without smoke alarms or from missing or dead batteries," said Tarsila Wey, director of marketing for First Alert.
Goals for SAI were scored by Pramila Soreng (20', 27', 54', 55', 59'), Pinki Ekka (1', 8', 51'), Tarsila Beck (33', 41', 48'), Reenu Gill (7'), Diksha Patil (12'), Lalremsiami (14') and Alka Dungdung (35').
Kirims (family genealogies or documents of royal heritage, also called tarsila), which are unique to Muslims, were also written in Jawi.
Por outro lado, deve ser tomada como uma digna representante do neofeminismo brasilico sem estardalhaco, situando-se ao lado de outras grandes criadoras, como Tarsila do Amaral, Patricia Galvao, Lygia Clark e Lygia Pape, Judith Lauand, Mira Schendel e Regina Silveira.
Ao retornar ao Brasil, no inicio da abertura politica, Zilio atribuiria a irreverencia e a impetuosidade da juventude, sua descoberta tardia da pintura moderna de brasileiros e estrangeiros como: Cezanne, Monet, Matisse, Mondrian, Tarsila, Guignard e Volpi, Barnett Newman, Robert Ryman.