Jeanine Brito (b. 1993, Germany) is a painter and designer living in Toronto, Canada, where she received her B.Des in Fashion Communication from Ryerson University in 2015. In 2014 she studied at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute, completing a minor in independent fashion magazines. She explores themes of fantasy, fashion, memory and desire through self-portraiture and still life. Her work has been collected privately across Canada and Europe, and she has been featured in publications such as Elle US, Elle Canada, Harper’s Bazaar Italia, and S/ Magazine.
Ryerson University, Bachelor of Design, 2015
Amsterdam Fashion Institute, Independent Fashion Magazines Minor, 2014
“Most Wished For.” S/ Magazine, Jan. 2021, pp. 52–57.
“Through Her Eyes.” S/ Magazine, Nov. 2020, p. 23.
Slone, Isabel. “In Isolation, We're Finally Dressing for Ourselves.” ELLE, 14 Aug. 2020, www.elle.com/fashion/a33407412/wfh-fashion-social-isolation-dressing/.
Works held in private collections in Canada, Germany, Netherlands, and the United States.
2015, Guest lecturer, Ryerson University
2014, Teaching Assistant, Ryerson University
Artworks on Artistellar
Jeanine BritoFire signs
Jeanine BritoI am half-sick of shadows
Jeanine BritoThe parting gift
Jeanine BritoFortunes I have held in my hands
Jeanine BritoDer Ring meiner Großmutter
Jeanine BritoShrine to my beloved
Jeanine BritoThe bone also mends
Jeanine BritoThe fallibility of memory (crop)
Jeanine BritoThe fallibility of memory