He was born in São Paulo, in 1972, and since he was a boy he showed interest in drawing, already showing great skill with shapes and proportions. He started painting at the age of 9 and never stopped, as a self-taught man, showing his talent for painting early. As a teenager, he started teaching with oil paint, in 1987 he opened his studio, where he came to have his own students. Academic, Maramgoní follows the line for some time, until he is faced with the need to break barriers and seek new lines. Using a personal preference, he began to study architecture, more specifically Greco-Roman. It doesn't take long, the question arises: why not portray the local architecture? And so, Maramgoní begins his series of works on 19th century São Paulo, portraying the Anhangabaú valley, Avenida Paulista, Altino Arantes building (Banespa), among other addresses and famous landmarks of the city, in acrylic on canvas - having based on old photographs, history books, etc. After going through various moments, languages, and styles, he finds in his urban visions a subject that he can develop within a technique guided by the knowledge of the canons of academicism, such as concepts of light and shadow and dialogue between colors, with self-taught research from the beginning. first contact with painting. Maramgoní offers his vision of art through a work that takes the city universe as a starting point. Each new image is a process of consolidating his painting in the world and his affirmation to establish his own language, lyrical in its best moments, abstract, in the sense of asking questions, and urban because it has the subject that stimulates its creative matrix. Following a natural path, his art matures, and the technical challenge and its visceral relationship with paints and canvas leads him to other challenges.
"More than discussing art, the artist needs to be involved with what he does mainly in the aspect of seeking technical improvement and a line of work that satisfies him as aesthetic research”. - says Maramgoní.