Paula Rindborg is a visual artist and designer born in Rio de Janeiro. Since her youth she has been involved in different forms of artistic expression, which would later come to lead to her studies in art, design, literature, among others, in a number of universities, institutions and ateliers in Brazil, Sweden, Ecuador and France. In the past 23 years, she has dedicated herself to producing, developing and exhibiting her work in various places. Currently, her atelier is located in Stockholm, where she works with both art and design. She is a member of a number of artists’ organisation, such as: KRO (The National Organisation of Swedish Artists), SINAP-ESP (The Union of Brazilian Artists) and Svenska Konstnärsförbundet (Swedish Artist Association).



1992-1997 Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - BA, Literature and Language - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2001 Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - COPPEAD - MBA in Marketing - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2003 Parque Lage School of Visual Arts - Art Course - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2010-2012 Stockholm University - Master in Literature (incompleted) - Stockholm2012 University of Borås - Design Courses - Borås, Sweden2014 Stockholm University - Art Theory Courses - Stockholm

1999 Medborgarskolan - Course: Painting, Stockholm, Sweden
1999 Folkuniversitetet - Course: Sculpture - Stockholm
2004 Folkuniversitetet - Course: Shape and color – Stockholm
2005 Studiefrämjandet - Graphic Design – Stockholm
2009 Medborgarskolan - Interior Design – Stockholm
2019 Fotografiska Museum - Course: Photography 1 - Stockholm

Apprentice in the studio of:

Luiz Mancheno (Quito, Ecuador - 1998-1999)  

Angela Oliveira (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 2003)

Ricardo Frazão (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 2004 / 2007)

Micht Waite (La Colle sur Loup, France - 2006)

Artist in Residence:

Cité Internationale des Arts - Paris (Atelier Carina Ari - KRO) - July and August 2016

Kunstnerhuset Lofoten - Svolvær, Norway - May and June 2018

Atelier Austmarka - Austmarka, Norway - March 2020


Britt Paus Foundation - 2017 

Book: IV Brazilian Annual of Arts - Roma Internacional Editora - 2005/2006