Moisés Patrício is a visual artist known for creating works that explore the rich cultural heritage and traditions of Afro-Brazilian culture. He walks through different techniques in his works, such as painting, drawing, sculpture and installation, and often incorporates natural materials and symbolic elements in his creations. His works are influenced by his own personal and cultural experience, as well as his historical research. Among the themes he addresses in his works are issues related to identity, religiosity, ancestry and resistance. An artist of profound relevance in the Afro-Brazilian art scene, he has participated in exhibitions and events in Brazil and around the world. A significant feature of her work is the allusion to candomblé, for whom the sacred passes through the body and its manual potential. His works are permanently part of important public collections, such as Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Museu Afro-Brasil; Abolition Museum; Reference Center for Afro-Brazilian Culture, (Recife, PE); the Rio Art Museum, among others.