Cibele Vieira is a Brazilian-born artist whose work has been exhibited internationally, including at Petzel Gallery, Gallery Geranmayeh, Valentine, Front Room Gallery, Christopher Henry Gallery, and Soho Photo in NYC; at the Bienal de Fotografia de São Paulo, at Ateliê 397 Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil, and at Casa de Cultura Mário Quintana, Porto Alegre, Brazil. Her work has been exhibited at and is in the collections of Ado Malagoli Museum (MARGS) and Rio Grande do Sul Contemporary Art Museum (MAC) in Porto Alegre, Brazil and the Kiyosato Museum in Hokuto, Japan.
Cibele was awarded First Place, Vision Awards 2000, by the Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts.  Her work has been featured in The Village Voice, Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, Visura Magazine, L Magazine, Culture Front, Washington City Paper, O Globo, Correio Braziliense, Zero Hora and Private Magazine, and is in the catalogue celebrating the 20th Anniversary of MAC and in the 2006 Young Photographers Catalogue, Kiyosato Museum Japan. 
Vieira was the creator and primary editor of Making History Bushwick, the first book published by Arts in Bushwick. Her work was also included in the controversial Brazilian exhibition Queermuseu that was closed down by the Brazilian alt right. Vieira was an artist in residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and she was awarded a Queens Arts Grant for new art in 2020.