(1978) Argentina, Neuquén.
The desire for—as well as the uncertainty of achieving—communication is a recurring concern in Pica’s work. Devices for communication such as megaphones, antennae, podiums, and signal flags are reappearing motifs. They attest to what Pica has described as a longing not only to have something to say, but for the moment of actually finding one’s voice.
1978, Neuquen Capital, Argentina.
Lives and works in London.
2002-2003 Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte, Buenos Aires, AR.
1997-2001 Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes P.P. (I.U.N.A.), Buenos Aires, AR.
Residencies and workshops
2009 CEIA, Performance workshop, Belo Horizonte, BR.
2007 BijlmAIR, Centrum Beeldende Kunst Zuidoost (CBK Zuidoost) and Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA), NL.
2004-2005 Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL.
2002 TRAMA Artists cooperation and confrontation program San Miguel de Tucuman, AR, bursary; Workshop on artistic cooperation and contexts of creation, AR
2012 Shortlisted for the Future Generation Art Prize
2011 Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists. Art Rotterdam, Illy Prize.
2011 Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation’s Grants and Commissions Program, USA.
2005 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NL.
2004 UNESCO-Aschberg 2004 Bursaries for Artists program Fundacion Antorchas, AR.
Selected solo exhibitions:
2016 Kunstverein Freiburg, Freiburg, DE. El Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Ciudad de Guatemala, GT. Mark Foxx, Los Angeles, US
2014 Switchboard, MOSTYN, Llandudno, Wales, UK. One Thing After Anothe, Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL. One Thing After Another, La Criée Centre d’art Contemporain, Rennes, FR. A ∩ B ∩ C (Line), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, NL
2013 Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes, Neuquen, AR. Memorial for intersections, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, PT. A intersection B intersection C, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, MX. Herald ST, London, UK. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, US. Low Visibility, Galerie Johann Konig, Berlin, DE. Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, PT. MIT List Visual Arts Centre, Cambridge, MA, US.
2012 Amalia Pica, Basis, Frankfurt, DE. Art Basel Statements, Galerie Diana Stigter, CH. Amalia Pica, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK. Amalia Pica, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK. Amalia Pica and Karsten Födinger, Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, CH
2011 ‘I am Tower of Hamlets, as I am in Towers of Hamlets, just like a lot of other people are’, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK . ‘Endymion’s Journey’, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, US. ‘Umma Projects’, University of Michigan Museum of Art, US. Skor Inkijk, Amsterdam, NL.
2010 ‘Alongside’ (with Leonor Antunes), Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, US. ‘babble, blabber, chatter, gibber, jabber, patter, prattle, rattle, yammer, yada yada yada’, Malmo Konsthall, SE
2010 ‘babble, blabber, chatter, gibber, jabber, patter, prattle, rattle, yammer, yada yada yada’, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL. ‘Alon Levin presents Arte Shows: Amalia Pica’, Klemms, Berlin, DE.
2009 ‘Some of that colour’, Onomatopee, Eindhoven, NL. ‘On Education’, Project Space Galerie Christina Wilson, Copenhagen, DK
2008 ‘Sorry for the metaphor’, Artis, Den Bosch, NL
2007 ’Grayscale’, BijlmAIR, Amsterdam, NL
2006 ‘Si no estas tu’, PlayStation of Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, NL
2003 ‘Final Insomne’, INTER / medio, Cordoba, AR
2002 ‘Colectivo-Colectiva’ in collaboration with Martin Cordiano, Lorraine Green y Tomas Espina, Arguibel Art Gallery, Buenos Aires, AR
Selected group exhibitions:
2015 Un Nouveau festival / Expanding the Field of Play, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR. Asamble, performance on Plaza de los dos Congresos, BP.15 Performance Biennale, Buenos Aires, AR . Epur Si Muove: Art and Technology, a Shared Sphere, MUDAM Luxembourg, LU. San Juan Poly/Graphic Triennial, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, San Juan, PR. Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today, Museo Jumex, Mexico City, MX (Guggenheim touring). Do it, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, NL. Adventures of the Black Square, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK. Display Show, curated by Celine Condorelli, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK, touring to Stroom den Haag, The Hague, NL. Vienna Biennale, MAK –Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst / Gegenwartskunst, Vienna, AT. Frieze Projects 2015: Tribute to Flux-Labyrinth (1976/2015), Frieze New York, US. Beauty Codes, Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, IT. Repetition and Difference, The Jewish Museum, New York, US
2014 Histories II: Works from the Serralves Collection, Museo Serralves, PT. We Are What We Hide, Institute of Contemporary Art, Maine College of Art, Maine, US. Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, US. Game Changer, Apt. 81, Jardim Paulistano, Sao Paulo, BR. Beyond the Process – Werke aus der Sammlung Lenikus im Kunstraum Innsbruck, Kunstraum Innsbruck, AT
2013 Emmy Moore’s Journal, Salts, Basel, CH. The Future Generation Art Prize@Venice 2013, Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Venice, IT. Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, US. P&Co., Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles, US. When Attitude Became form Became Attitudes,CCA Wattis, San Francisco, US. When Attitude Became form Became Attitudes, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, US. Ruins in Reverse, Tate Modern project Space, London, UK. Ruins in Reverse, Museo De Arte De Lima, PE
2012 Silence, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA, US. Material Information, Permanenten Vestlandske Kunstindustrimuseum, Bergen, NO. New Works, Herald Street, London UK . Silence, The Menil Collection, Houston, TX, US. Common Ground, Public Art Fund, New York, US. Ritual without Myth, Royal College of Art, London, UK. On Geometry and Speculation, Marrakech Biennale, MA. The Ungovernables, The New Museum, New York, USA. ‘Au loin, une ile!’, Fondation Ricard, Paris, FR
2011 ’Au loin, une ile!’, FRAC Bordeaux, FR. ‘Coup d’eclat’, Fort du Bruissin, Francheville, FR. ‘Distant Star’, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, US. ‘Estrella Distante’, Kurimanzutto, Mexico City, MX. ‘CIFO Grants and Commissions Program’, Cisneros Fontanais Art Foundation, Miami, US. ’ILLUMInations’, Venice Biennale, Venice, IT. ’Wallpaperism’, Motel Campio, Geneva, CH. ’WELTRAUM/SPACE: ABOUT A DREAM’ Kunsthalle Wien, AU
2010 ’To the highest mountain’, Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen, DK. ‘With words like smoke’, Chelsea Project Space, London UK. ‘Buen viaje’ for ‘Hey, we are closed’, Hayward Gallery, London, UK. Aichi Triennial 2010, Aichi Prefectural Museum, Nagoya, JP. ’The Chained Lady, the Microscope and the Southern Fish’, SoFA Gallery, Christchurch, NZ. Figures don’t lie but liars can figure’ for ‘Serpentine Map Marathon’ (performance in collaboration with Mariana Castillo Debal), Serpentine Gallery, London, UK.
2009 ‘Every version belongs to the myth’’, Project Arts Center, Dublin, IR. ‘Pete and repeate’, 176 Zabludowicz Collection project space, London, UK. ‘Manifestacion Internacional de performance’, CEIA, Belo Horizonte, BR. ‘Deceitful moon’, Hayward Gallery project space, London, UK. ‘Amalia Pica & Felix Gmelin’, Vilma Gold Gallery, London, UK. ‘Street of Sculptures’, Open Source, Public Realm, Amsterdam, NL.
2008 ‘Word Event’, Kunsthalle Basel, CH. ‘Nothing of North’, curated by Alexandra Saheb Gallery, Berlin, DE. ‘Robinson Crusoe’, Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, ES. ’Certamen Explum’, Puerto Lumbreras, Murcia, ES.
2007 ’Drawing typologies’ Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL. ’Border Jam’ Museo Municipal Juan Manuel Blanes, Montevideo, UR. ‘I know the world 2’, Spawasser Hq, Berlin, DE. ‘100 x winter’, Museum De Paviljoens, Almere, NL.
2006 ‘Lichtjaren. Gouda bij kunstlicht’, SKOR, Gouda (public realm), Gouda, NL. ‘We all laughed at Christopher Columbus’, Platform Garanti, Istanbul, TR. ‘We all laughed at Christopher Columbus’, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL. ‘International 2006’, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK. ‘In order of appearance’, Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, IS
2005 ‘Open Ateliers 2005’, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL. Utrechtse Voormalige, ‘Poetics of a place’, Utrecht, NL.
2004 ‘Open Ateliers 2005’, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL. ‘Who if not we…? Cordially Invited, episode 3’, BAK, Utrecht, NL.Artist work in collection
(1940) Portugal, Coimbra.
Ana Vieira was born in 1940, in Coimbra. She was raised on the island of S. Miguel, in the Azores.
She lives and works in Lisbon.
Having developed a strong line of work revolving around the creation of environments that translate as an exploration of space, scale and trajectories, which in turn, present new forms of perceiving art. Sound is a recurring element in her works. She has participated in various collective and solo exhibitions, most notably: Alternativa Zero -Tendências na Arte Portuguesa Contemporânea, organized by Ernesto de Sousa, in 1977. An anthological exhibition, shown at the Fundação de Serralves, in 1998. At CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, the exhibition Muros de Abrigo, in 2010; at Galeria Graça Brandão, Lisbon, the solo exhibit Inquietação, in 2014 and in 2015 a solo project for the SP Arte Fair, São Paulo, Brazil, curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti.
In 1985, she was awarded the prize of the group AICA – Portugal and of the Secretaria de Estado da Cultura.
Her work is represented in collections such as: CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian; Fundação de Serralves; Musée Cantonal des Beaux Arts de Lausanne, EDP Foundation and Fundação Carmona e Costa.Artist work in collection
(1977) Portugal, Lisbon.
André Laranjinha (Lisbon, 1977) lives and works on the island of São Miguel, Azores. He studied painting at FBAUL and divides his professional activity between the fine arts, cinema, illustrations, graphic arts and teaching. He is co-founder of the atelier Alice’s House, along with the graphic designer Júlia Garcia.Artist work in collection
(1959) Brazil, Rio de Janeiro.
Barrão was born in 1959 in Rio de Janeiro, where he still lives and works. His work began in the 1980s, making inventive appropriations of quotidian objects from the consumer world. Between 1983 and 1991, he was part of the group 6 mãos (6 hands), with Ricardo Basbaum and Alexandre Dacosta, developing activities with video, music, live action painting, performances and objects. Currently he is part of the group Chelpa Ferro, formed in 1995, alongside Luiz Zerbini and Sergio Mekler, creating works which combine sound installations and performances. In 2012 he had an important solo exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, in the United States, and in 2010 in Portugal at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. He participated in the 2007 edition of the Panorama de Arte Brasileira and has had exhibitions in the MAC of São Paolo; Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro; Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo, among others. In the beginning of his career he participated in the celebrated exhibition Como vai você geração 80? at Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro which presented an entirely new generation of Brazilian artists.
The sculptures of Barrão depart from appropriated everyday objects – such as household appliances and toys. In his recent works the artist breaks and reassembles decorative ceramics, leaving the epoxy joints visible. While some works are born from an accumulation of similar objects such as a group of elephants or figs, others follow another path uniting disparate elements such as skulls, cups, nymphs, parrots and beyond.Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, Lisbon.
Bruno Pacheco was born in 1974, Lisbon, and lives and works between Lisbon and London. He studied Plastic Arts – Painting, at the Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa (FBAUL) and Fine Arts at Goldsmith College, University of London, UK. Since 2002, he has created several solo exhibitions, most notably: Mar e Campo em três momentos (2012), Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais; Uma história de Amor (2011), Chiado 8, Lisbon; ainda não (2009), Culturgest, Porto, Portugal; We Did It / It’s True (2008), Hollybush Gardens, Londres; All together (2007), Culturgest, Lisbon; União Latina Award (2005), CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon; e Slow Motion Project (part 2) (2002), CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon.Artist work in collection
(1987) Portugal, São Miguel.
Carolina Rocha was born in the parish of S. José, Ponta Delgada, in 1987. She holds a master’s degree in studio art from the Escola Superior de Artes e Design of Caldas da Rainha. Between the years of 2009 and 2012, her studies were underwritten by the Foundation Medeiros e Almeida. During her artistic career she has received various awards, most notably the Bolsa de Criação Artística of the Direção Regional da Cultura dos Açores, in 2013, which resulted in the solo exhibition entitled “Mistérios de Tinta”. In 2012, she was the first visual artist selected in the competition Labjovem and in the same year she took first place in the competition “A Mulher e a Água.” She has participated in group and solo exhibitions since 2010. She currently lives and works in Angra do Heroísmo, on the island of Terceira. She is represented in various collections such as the Clube Soroptimist Internacional, Museu António Duarte in Caldas da Rainha and the Museu de Angra do Heroísmo, as well as the Centro de Arte Contemporânea Arquipélago.Artist work in collection
(1981) Portugal, Lisbon.
Catarina Botelho is a visual artist working with photo and video. Her work relates to the use and life of places and architectures, and to the concept of still life. Since 2005 she has regularly shown her work, most notably in the following instances: In 2007, she won the award BES Revelação. In 2009, she produced the exhibition Dias Úteis. In 2010 she was selected for Plat(T)form 10 at the Winterthur Museum. She was nominated for the EDP Foundation New Artists Prize in 2011 and in 2012 for the European Photo Exhibition Award with an exhibition in the Haus der Photographie in Hamburg. Also in 2012, she won the open call of Galeria Elba Benitez. In 2013, she participated in an artistic residency in FAAP in São Paulo. In 2014, she participated in Taller Una ficción en la realidad, at the Fundação Botín. In 2015, she participated in the exhibition, As margens dos Mares, at Sesc Pinheiros in São Paulo and the exhibition Memória Descritva at Appleton Square in Lisbon. The artist graduated in Painting at the Faculdade de Belas Artes of Lisbon and studied photography at Ar.Co. She also attended the Programa Criatividade e Criação Artística of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, São Miguel.
Catarina Branco. Azores, 1974.
Earned her degree in Painting at the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa.
Catarina Branco is a visual artist who works with hand-cut paper, safe-guarding the religious and cultural traditions of the Azores, crossing them with diverse influences such as Brazilian or African culture, in a contemporary language.
Along her path, the exhibitions which stand out include: Fonseca Macedo – Arte Contemporânea, Galeria Belo-Galsterer, Galeria Astarté, Museu Carlos Machado, Centro Cultural CEEE Érico Verissimo and the Museu Aloísio Magalhães, Brazil, in the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian – Próximo Futuro, as well as Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa and the Museu Soares dos Reis.Artist work in collection
(1972) California, USA.
Holstad was born in Anaheim, California in 1972 and lives and works in New York City. Holstad had solo exhibitions at Galleria Civica of Modena (2009) and Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome (2009). His work has also been presented at Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, Hangzhou, China (2013); Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London (2013); Aquatopia, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, touring to Tate St Ives (2013); Graphite, Indianapolis Museum of Art (2013); The Air We Breathe, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2011); Coming After, The Power Plant, Toronto (2011); Compilation IV, Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf (2009) and Compass in Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York (2009). Holstad’s works are held in the permanent collections of a number of museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo.Artist work in collection
(1975) USA, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Born in the USA in 1975, Daniel Oliveira graduated from the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa in 2001. The artist developed most of his work in Azores, where he lived until 2013, when he moved back to the USA, where he currently resides. His sculptures develop in space using essential elements such as the line and the plane. His works/installations confront their surrounding space. The formalism o his creations and conceptual work go beyond any intellectual analysis and demand an emotional interpretation. The artist has exhibited in Portugal, the USA, Germany and Serbia. Daniel Oliveira was the recipient of the following awards: Prémio D. Fernando II; Prémio de Artes Plásticas 2011 Fundação INATEL; London International Creative Competition; Visual Overture, International Emerging Artists Competition, Atlanta, USA; 3B Abstract, International Visual Art Community Center, Belgrade, Serbia.Artist work in collection
(1976) Los Angeles, USA.
Born in 1976 in Los Angeles, California.
Received his BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 1999. He moved to Guadalajara, Mexico in 2003 and then to Berlin, Germany, where he opened his bar Salon Aleman in 2007. He currently resides and continues his activities as an artist in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Eduardo Sarabiaʼs recent work has been inspired by the independent economies and folk history of northern Mexico. He frequently works with the materials favored by local craftspeople, using ceramic tiles, hand-woven textiles, and glass to create sculptures and installations that address the complex exchanges — social, cultural, and material—that occur when this region and its history encounters outsiders. Without limiting himself to a critique of the “exoticization” of Mexican culture, Sarabia examines the gap separating definitions of taste (and, more bluntly, of legality). Mixing romantic visual narratives in regards to illegal matter, fine arts and commerce, creating an environment that slips between the oneiric and the openly materialistic, Sarabiaʼs work takes on an important exploration of understanding the physical and human consequences of economic forces.Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, Lisbon.
Filipa César is an artist and filmmaker interested in the porous relationship between the moving image and its public reception, the fictional aspects of the documentary genre and the politics and poetics inherent to the production of moving images. Since 2008, César’s experimental film projects have focused on Portugal’s recent past, questioning mechanisms of history production and proposing spaces for performing subjective knowledge. Since 2011, César has been researching the film history of Guinea-Bissau, developing that research into the project Luta ca caba inda. She is a participant of the research project “Visionary Archive, 2013-15” organized by the Arsenal Institute, Berlin. A selection of Film Festivals include Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, 2013; Forum Expanded – Berlinale, 2013; IFFR, Rotterdam, 2010 and 2013; Indie Lisboa, 2010; DocLisboa, 2011. Selected exhibitions include: 8th Istanbul Biennial, 2003; Serralves Museum, Porto, 2005; Tate Modern, London, 2007; SFMOMA, 2009; 29th São Paulo Biennial, 2010; Manifesta 8, Cartagena, 2010; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2011; Jeu de Paume, Paris, 2012; Kunstwerke, Berlin, 2013; Festival Meeting Points 7, 2013-14; NBK, Berlin, 2014; Hordaland Art Center, 2014.Artist work in collection
(1965) Portugal, Vale de Cambra.
Gabriela Albergaria was born in Vale de Cambra in 1965. She lives and works in New York and Lisbon. A selection of her most recent solo exhibitions includes, L’espace est une impasse où son temps s’abolit, Kunstverein Springhornhof, Germany, 2015 / No hay tal cosa como la naturaleza, Hacienda La Trinidad Parque Cultural, Caracas, 2013 / Reverse Position (Invertir la Posición), Galeria Wu, Lima, 2012 / Forking Paths, Vera Cortês Art Agency, Lisbon, 2011 / Térmico, Pavilhão Branco do Museu da Cidade, Lisbon / Gabriela Albergaria, Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo, 2010.
Her work has also been presented in several group shows, namely, Prickley, Tender and Steamy, Artists in the Hothouse, Wave Hill Garden, Glyndor Gallery, New York, 2014 / As Tramas do Tempo na Arte Contemporânea: Estética ou Poética, Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, Ribeirão Preto, 2013 / 1st Montevideo Biennial (2012) / Do Not Destroy, Trees Art and Jewish Thought, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, 2012 / Ecológica, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, 2010.Artist work in collection
(1967) Portugal, Lisbon.
Gil Heitor Cortesão was born in 1967, in Lisbon, where he currently lives and works.
He received his degree in Painting from ESBAL in 1990. In 1991/92 he attended the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti in Torino, with a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Since 1996, the works which he has come to show consist essentially of paintings created on acrylic, worked from the opposite side which is shown to the public. They often suggest cityscapes and interiors, generally uninhabited. Modernist architecture has been a constantly recurring theme, subject to derivations and unexpected associations.
His work is represented in various public and private collections, namely: Fundação ARCO, Madrid; CAM/JAP, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon; EDP – Electricidade de Portugal; Coleção Fundação de Serralves, Porto; Coleção António Cachola, MACE, Elvas; Coleção Fundação Ilídio Pinho, Porto, Coleção Pedro Cabrita Reis, Lisbon; Museu da Cidade, Lisbon; Coleção Associação Industrial Portuguesa, Lisbon; Fundación Barrié, A Coruña; Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean- Mudam, Luxembourg; Coleção de Arte Contemporânea Arquipélago, Azores; Christen Sveaas Art Collection, Oslo.Artist work in collection
(1938) Portugal, São Miguel.
Born in São Miguel, Azores. Lives and works in Lisbon. Founder of AR.CO.
Giefarte, Lisbon, 2012; Museu de Angra do Heroísmo, Azores; 2010; Centro Cultural da Caloura, Azores; 2009; Galeria Arco 8, Açores, 2006; Museu de Santa Maria, Açores, 2004; Galeria Franco-Steggint, Azores, 2003; Galeria Giefarte, Lisbon, 2003; Museu de Angra do Heroismo, Azores, 2001; Museu Carlos Machado, Azores, 2001; Galeria das Artes, Porto, 2001; Biblioteca Municipal Calouste Gulbenkian, Ponte de Sôr, 2000; Giefarte, Lisbon, 1999; Galeria Arco 8, Açores, 1998; Galeria EMI-Valentim de Carvalho, Lisbon, 1992; Galeria Monumental, Lisbon, 1989; Galeria Quadrum, Lisbon, 1987; Centro Cultural de S. Lourenço, Almasil, 1986; Galeria EMI-Valentim de Carvalho, Lisbon, 1985; Galeria Quadrum, Lisbon, 1984; Galeria Quadrum, Lisbon, 1983.
Represented in private collections as well as museums and institutions and as public sculptures.
Works have been included in collective exhibitions in Portugal, Brazil, Germany, Spain, Japan and the United States.Artist work in collection
Gustavo Resende was born in Passa-Vinte, in Brazil, in 1960.
Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.
Lecturing on sculpture and its relation to space and place at the Foundation Armando Álvares Penteado, (FAAP), since 1995. Educated in architecture at the Faculdade de Belas Artes, obtaining a master’s degree from Goldsmith’s College (University of London), and now doctor of Visual Poetics by way of ECA USP. He has participated in exhibitions at institutions such as the MAM São Paulo, Paço das Artes, Pinacoteca do Estado, MAM Rio, Funart and Candido Mendes among others. Selected exhibitions include, ‘Intimidade’ at the Paço das Artes, ‘Gus e os Pequenos Animais’ in the Casa Triangulo, ‘Geografia Negra’ in the Centro Universitário Maria Antonia, ‘Panorama 1999’ at MAM, and the Bienal de Havana 1991. In 1994 he made a year-long residency at Goldsmith’s College in London through the British Council Fellowship, in 2000 he was awarded a Vitae award and in 2006 he made a six month residency in Paris at the Cité des Artes. In 2013 he produced the solo exhibit “Mergulho” in the Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo.
The relation between sculpture and drawing is one of the questions which permeates the work of the artist, as well as his preoccupation with the interaction between a space and the materials – and how in certain precedents, these elements result in the conception of a narrative, conferring an identity to the site and creating a sense of place.
2013 Mergulho, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil.
2012 Maxwell Vindo, Galeria Marilia Razuk, São Paulo, Brazil.
2009 Crepe Sexy Thing, Galeria Marilia Razuk São Paulo, Brazil.
Crepe Sexy Thing, Museu de Arte de Ribeirão Preto, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil.
2004 Universidade de São Paulo, Maria Antonia, São Paulo, Brazil.
Galeria Casa Triangulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
2002 Paço das Artes, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
2001 Galeria Baró-Senna, São Paulo, Brazil.
1996 Galeria Millan, São Paulo, Brazil.
Galeria Sérgio Porto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1995 Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
1991 Projeto Macunaíma, IBAC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Centro Cultural Cândido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
2011 Nova Escultura Brasileira, curated by Alexandre Murucci, Caixa Cultural, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
2010 A Representação do Mundo, curated by Paulo Reis, Paralela 2010. Kierkgaards Walk, curated by Jacoppo Crivelli Visconti, Galeria Marilia Razuk, São Paulo, Brazil. Do pensamento à Representação, Galeria Marilia Razuk, São Paulo, Brazil.
2009 Galeria Fernando Padilha, Madrid, Spain. Experiências Contemporâneas, Coleção Marcantonio Vilaça, Espaço Cultural Marcantonio Vilaça, Brasília, Brazil.
2008 Novas Aquisições, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. 2007 Intimidades – Jogos Perigosos, Galeria Marilia Razuck, São Paulo, Brazil.
2006 Um Século de Arte Brasileira, Pinacoteca do Estado, São Paulo, Brazil. Paralela, Parque Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil. Sem Titulo, Comodato Edu Brandao, Ian Field, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Clube da Gravura: 20 anos, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
2005 O Retrato Como Imagem do Mundo, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
2004 Paralela, São Paulo, Brazil. Artefoto, C, Brasília, Brazil. Fotografia, Não Fotografia, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
2003 Amigos, Villas Lobosentro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil.
2002 Os gêneros da arte: natureza morta na arte contemporânea, Museu de Arte Moderna São Paulo, Brasil. Insólitos, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
Fotografia, Não Fotografia, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
2001 Deslocamentos do Eu, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil.
Palavra-Figura, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brsil.
Deslocamentos do Eu, Itaú Cultural, Campinas, Brasil.
Auto retrato – Espelho do Artista, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, São Paulo, Brasil.
Coleção Dulce, João Carlos Figueiredo Ferraz, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brasil.
2000 Nova obra, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, São Paulo, Brasil.
América Foto Latina, Museu de lãs Artes, Guadalajara, México.
Coletiva Galeria Baró Senna, Galeria Baró Senna, São Paulo, Brasil.
Entre Arte e Design…, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brasil.
Panorama 99, Museu de Arte Moderna de Recife, Recife, Brasil; Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói, Niterói, Brazil.
Panorama da Arte Brasileira, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo; Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói, Niterói; Museu de Arte Moderna de Recife, Recefe, Brazil
500 anos de Descobrimento – Banco de Boston, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil.
1998 Ponto Cego, Museu da Imagem e do Som, São Paulo, Brazil. Medidas de Si, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Doações Recentes, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1996 Arte Brasileira Contemporânea – Doações Recentes, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil. Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK. Out of the Nineties, Mall Galleries, London, UK. BR – UK, Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1991 Installation Salon, Engenho Central, Piracicaba, Brasil. 4ª Bienal de Havana, Havana, Cuba. Centro Wifredo Lam, Habana, Cuba. Panorama da Arte Atual Moderna, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo. 6 Artistas Convidados de Bienal de Havana, Havana, Cuba. Galeria Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, Havana, Cuba.
1990 Projeto Macunaíma, FUNARTE, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Prizes and Scholarships
2010 Award Acquisition, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
2006 Residency Cite Internacional des Arts, Studio FAAP, Paris, France.
2000 Vitae de Artes grant.
1998 Award recipient and works selected for inclusion in a publication commemorating 500 years since the Discoveries, Bank of Boston, Boston, USA.
1992 British Council Fellowship, One year on full scholarship at an English University, sponsored by the British Council Fellowship , São Paulo, Brazil.
Honorable Mention, Salão de Instalações de Piracicaba, Piracicaba, Brazil.
Novo Museu dos Açores, Portugal.
Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Museu de Arte Contemporânea da USP, São Paulo, Brazil.
Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Coleção Centro Cultural Candido Mendes.Artist work in collection
(1977) Portugal, Lisbon.
Studied at FBAUL, in Ar.Co and at Hunter College. Exhibiting since 1998. Selected individual exhibitions: O espaço diz à matéria como se mover e a matéria diz ao espaço como se curvar; Presença Inflectida; Resistência e Desistência; Inês Botelho (Galeria Filomena Soares); Náufrago (CurLab, Guimarães 2012); Lugar Falhado (Pavilhão Branco); El Original Espacio Social (Matadero Madrid); Trade-off/Gravidade e Graça (Casa d’Os Dias da Água); Inês Botelho (ZDB); She has also participated in collective exhibitions such as: A Natureza ri da Cultura (Museu da Luz), Fronteiras (Óbidos), Linhas Invisíveis (Torres Vedras), Sítio das Artes (CAM, Gulbenkian), Negativo/Positivo (Colecção EDP, M|i|Mo, Leiria), Jogos de Espelhos (Colecção António Cachola, Elvas), Opções e Futuros (Colecção PLMJ, Museu da Cidade), Metaphysics of Youth – Fuoriuso (Pescara, Itália), Europart (Viena e Salzburgo), Conflux Festival (Brooklyn), EDP Novos Artistas (Serralves), Veneer /Folheado (Catalyst Arts, Belfast), Inês Botelho/Mário Cordeiro (Sala do Veado), 46 Salon de Montrouge (Montrouge), Gotofrisco, (ZDB and Southernexposure, São Francisco), T9 and Inmemory (ZDB).Artist work in collection
(1976) Portugal, Lisbon.
João Onofre was born in Lisbon in 1976, where he lives and works. He studied at the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa and concluded his MA in Fine Arts at the Goldsmiths College in London. His work has been widely shown in solo exhibitions in several international museums and galleries: João Onofre, I-20, New York (2001); João Onofre, P.S.1. / MoMA Contemporary Art Center, New York (2002); Nothing Will Go Wrong, MNAC, Lisbon, and CGAC, Santiago de Compostela (2003); João Onofre, Kunsthalle Wien, Project Space Karlsplatz, Wien (2003); João Onofre, Magazin 4, Bregenz (2004); João Onofre, Toni Tàpies, Barcelona (2005); Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon (2007); João Onofre, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin (2007); Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona and Palais de Tokyo, Paris both in 2011; Marlborough Contemporary, London (2014). Onofre took part in numerous international group exhibitions, amongst them, and most notably: Plateau of Humankind – The 49th Venice Biennale; Human Interest at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; Performing Bodies, Tate Modern, London; Youth of Today, Schirn Kunsthalle, in Frankfurt; Video, An Art, A History 1965-2005 New Media collection, Centre Pompidou, Sydney – Contemporary Art Museum, Barcelona- Fundació La Caixa, Taipei Fine Art Museum; Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art, Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, USA.
His work is represented in public and private collections worldwide such as: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Centre Georges Pompidou – MNAM/CCI, Paris; The Weltkunst Foundation, Zurich; La Caixa, Barcelona; MACS – Museu de Serralves, Porto; CAM – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon; Arquipélago Contemporary Art Collection, Ribeira Grande, S. Miguel, Azores, Portugal; MNAC – Museu do Chiado, Lisbon; GAM – Galeria D’Arte moderna e contenporanea, Turin; Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Ministère de Culture, Paris.Artist work in collection
(1976) Portugal, Lisbon.
João Pedro Vale (Lisbon, 1976). Lives and works in Lisbon. He has realized numerous exhibitions both collective and individual, in Portugal as well as abroad. Most notably solo shows such as the ones at the Galeria Leme, S.Paulo (Brazil); NurtureArt, New York (USA); Fundação PLMJ and Museu do Chiado, Lisbon; Union Fenosa, Corunha (Spain). And group shows such as EDP Foundation; Museu de Serralves; Museu Berardo; CAM – Gulbenkian; Museo Patio Herreriano de Valladolid (Spain); Centre PasquArt (Switzerland); Estação Pinacoteca and Centro Helio Oiticica (Brazil); Gasworks, London (UK); Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC (USA). His work is held in collections such as the Tate, London; Fundação de Serralves, Museu do Chiado and the Fundação Gulbenkian.Artist work in collection
(1957) Portugal, Lisbon.
João Queiroz was born in Lisbon in 1957, where he lives and works. Exhibiting individually since 1986, a selection of his solo shows includes: Stanca Luce (Fundação Carmona e Costa, 2015); A noiva dourada, (Vera Cortês Art Agency, 2013); Afinal era uma borboleta (Pavilhão Branco, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, 2012); Silvæ (Culturgest, Lisbon, 2010); Chiado 8 Arte Contemporânea (Lisbon, 2007) and Centro de Arte Moderna (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, 2006). Of the group exhibitions in which he has participated: Sincronias (MEIAC, Badajoz, 2012); Flatland Redux (Palácio Vila Flor, Guimarães, 2012); Como proteger-se do tigre: (Bienal de Cerveira, 2011); A paisagem na coleção do Centro de arte moderna José de Azeredo Perdigão (Lisbon, 2011); Portugal Agora (MUDAM, Luxemburg, 2007) and Zoom 1986-2002: Coleção de Arte Contemporânea da FLAD (Fundação de Serralves, Porto, 2002).
João Queiroz was the winner of the AICA 2011 award, as well as the EDP drawing prize in 2000.Artist work in collection
(1963) Portugal, São Miguel.
Joe Lima is a painter, sculptor and printmaker. He was born in Azores, Portugal, in 1963. He works and lives in Montreal and is represented by Galerie Nicolas Robert. He studied visual arts at Fanshawe College in London Ontario and Concordia University where he received his B.F.A. Joe Lima has been exhibiting his work since 1986. From 1990 to 2008 he focused mainly on painting, producing large canvases and frescos. His frescos received great reviews and he had major exhibitions of his work in Cambridge Galleries and Rodman Hall Art Center in Canada. His first major exhibition in Montreal was at the La Galerie d’ Art Lavalin, where he exhibited some of his early sculptural work. Since then Joe Lima has exhibited his work in Museums and galleries across Canada and Europe. His has shown his woodcut prints in several Biennials in Europe: the 8th Biennale of print at the Contemporary Museum in Liege Belgium, representing Portugal; and 13th Biennale in Bruges Belgium at the Museum of Arentshuis were he won first prize for his woodcut print “The Inner Room”. In 2014 and 2015 he will represent Canada at Global Print and the 8th Biennale of print in Douro Portugal. In the last several years Lima has focused on producing large woodcut blocks and prints. In Lima’s work there is attentiveness to the “unknown” that lurks within the realm of secrecy and mystery. His images reveal what is known but also what is hidden within structures, landscapes and interior spaces. Joe Lima will be presenting new wood engravings and paintings at Nicolas Robert Gallery in October 2015 and Woodstock Art Gallery in Woodstock Ontario Feb.2, 2016.Artist work in collection
(1961) Portugal, Mangualde.
JOSÉ LOUREIRO was born in Mangualde in 1961. He currently lives and works in Lisbon.
He identifies two pieces of reading as representing formative moments in his artistic development: the poem Deslumbramentos (Fascinations) from O Livro de Cesário Verde, by Cesário Verde; and the chapter from War and Peace, by Leo Tolstoy, in which the battle of Borodino is narrated. At the moment, all his life revolves around three words: priolo (the azores bullfinch), filament and rim.
The artist is represented in several public and private collections as Fundação de Serralves, Oporto, Portugal; Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azeredo Perdigão – Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal; Colecção Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Lisbon, Portugal; Coleção Berardo, Lisbon, Portugal; Coleção António Cachola, Elvas, Portugal; Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Funchal, Madeira, Portugal; Fundação Leal Rios, Lisbon, Portugal; Arquipélago – Centro de Artes Contemporâneas, Ribeira Grande, S. Miguel, Azores, Portugal; Centre Pompidou – Museu Nacional de Arte Moderna, France; Fundação de Arte Contemporânea Daniel & Florence Guerlain, Les Mesnuls, France; European Investment Bank, Luxembourg; European Patent Office, Munich, Germany; European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany; Hiscox, London, UK.Artist work in collection
(1960) Portugal, Anadia.
José Maçãs de Carvalho was born in Anadia, in 1960. PhD in Contemporary Art – Colégio das Artes da Universidade of Coimbra, in 2014. Studied Art Management in the 1990s and literature in the 1980s; Professor in the Departamento de Arquitetura and the Colégio das Artes of the U. de Coimbra; Visual Artist. Nominated for the BESPhoto award 2005 and the “short-list” of the Pictet Prix (Switzerland), in 2008. Exhibiting photography since 1990 and video since the early 2000s. In 2013, he exhibited videos in New York and Paris (Fuso NY, Union Square Park, and Chantiers d’Europe, Theatre de la Ville) and in 2011, in Oslo (When a painting moves…something must be rotten!, Stenersenmuseet). Between 2011 and 2014, he produced four solo exhibitions regarding the theme of his doctorial thesis (archive and memory), in CAV, Coimbra; Ateliers Concorde, Lisbon and Colégio das Artes, Coimbra; Galeria VPF, Lisbon; Arquivo Municipal de Fotografia, Lisbon and had a book published by StolenBooks, in March of 2014. In 2015, Amieira published his book Partir por todos os dias.Artist work in collection
(1937) Portugal, Santa Maria.
Born in 1937, on the island of Santa Maria, Azores. He has a degree in Painting by the Escola Superior de Belas Artes de Lisboa. He was artist in Residence at the Centro de Arte Moderna in 1985-86 and the recipient of grants attributed by the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and the Fundação Luso-Americana (1987-88). During this period he attended the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge USA.Artist work in collection
(1982) Johannesburg, South Africa.
Lawrence Lemaoana was born in Johannesburg in 1982. He lived in Welkom before returning to Johannesburg to continue his studies. He went on to study for a Bachelors of Fine Art at the University of Johannesburg where he received his B-Tech Degree majoring in Fine Arts. Currently reading for a Masters in Fine Art degree at the University of Witwatersrand. Lemaoana participated in numerous group exhibitions locally and internationally, exhibiting his first solo show in 2006. Lemaoana has won numerous awards. Lemaoana is currently a junior lecturer at the University of South Africa or UNISA.
Exhibitions: 2009: Red Cross Children’s Hospital Auction, Goodman Gallery, Cape Town. 2008: Fortune Telling in Black, Red and White at Art Extra, Johannesburg; Art Extra booth at FNB Johannesburg Art Fair, Johannesburg. 2007: Positive Show, Gallery Demosniel 89, Paris, France; Players of Colours, Gallery Demosniel 89, Paris, France; Hierarchy of colours, Absa Gallery, Johannesburg; Players of Colour, several presentations promoted by the Alliance Française in major South-African cities; David Krut Publications – in collaboration with Johannesburg ARTBANK, David Krut Studios, Johannesburg. 2006: Players of Colour, Gordart Gallery, Johannesburg.
Group Exhibitions: 2013: My Jo’burg, Dresden, Germany; My Jo’burg, Paris France; Some Views from Africa, Verona, Italy. 2010: FNB Johannesburg Art Fair, PEEKABOO: Current South Africa at Tennis Palace Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland. TXT at James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA. Ampersand at Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany. Atopia at CCCB, Barcelona, Spain. 2009: Beauty and Pleasure curated by Selene Wendt and Khwezi Gule at The Sternersen Museum, Oslo, Norway; Self/Not-Self at Brodie/Stevensons, Johannesburg, South Africa. 2008: I Love Jozi, Reunion Island.
Residencies: 2010: kunst:raum sylt quelle, Germany. 2009: The Ampersand Foundation Fellowship, New York, USA. 2008: Pro Helvetia – IAAB, Basel, Switzerland. 2006: Cité internationale des Arts, Paris, France.
Awards: 2008: ABSA KKNK festival artist. 2005: ABSA L’Atelier Gerald Sekoto Award, South Africa.
Collections: Iziko National Museum, Cape Town. Johannesburg Art Gallery. University of South Africa (UNISA).Artist work in collection
(1984) Portugal, Lisbon.
Luísa Jacinto was born in 1984, in Lisbon. Studied Studio Art at the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisbon, and finished her MA in Fine Art at the Byam Shaw School of Art – Central Saint Martins, London, in 2009.
She exhibits regularly since 2007. Among her solo shows, the most notable are: Roda que roda, à volta do quarto, curated by Fátima Lambert, Museu Soares dos Reis and Quase Galeria, Porto, 2015, Basta um só dia, curated by João Miguel Fernandes Jorge, with a published monograph, Museu Carlos Machado, Ponta Delgada, 2012, Things change quickly, Espaço Avenida – Lisbon, 2010. The work of Luísa Jacinto is represented in several private and institutional collections.Artist work in collection
(1981) Portugal, Terceira.
Maria Ana Simões was born in 1981, in Angra do Heroísmo, Azores. She graduated in Sculpture from the Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa, in 2003, she attended the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenzi under the Erasmus program. In 2006 she lived in the city of Freiburg (Germany) under the direction of the artist Daniel Rösch, under the auspices of the the Leonardo da Vinci program. In 2010 she finished her Master’s in Ensino de Artes Visuais through the Universidade de Lisboa. Since 2003 she has participated in various exhibitions, both solo and collective, most notably: Comemorativa do 10º Ano VOLTE FACE, New Ideas in Medallic Sculpture, Reitoria of UL; Exposição Coletiva de Arte Contemporânea, Museu de Angra do Heroísmo; Exhibition Alumini Medialia, Rack and Hamper, New York; Exposição New Ideas in Medallic Sculpture, Reitoria da UL; Escultura de Pequeno Formato, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes; Collective installation “Alvaros & Chairs”, Fachada da Reitoria de Lisboa; Exposição de Escultura e Pintura, Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze; “Metamorfose”, Galeria de Arte Contemporânea Carmina, Angra; and “Percursos”, Centro Cultural de Angra do Heroísmo.Artist work in collection
(1967) Portugal, Ponta Delgada.
Maria José Cavaco was born in 1967, in Ponta Delgada, where she currently lives and works. She holds a degree in Fine Arts-Painting by the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa. She collaborated with the Regional Directory of Culture in the implementation of projects regarding the dissemination and development of contemporary art in the Azores. She is currently finishing her PhD in Arts, entitled Lugares de Fractura: A Auto-Reflexividade na Ficção Artística, at the ISCTE-IUL. Her work combines painting with various other media, referring to strategies and possibilities for the construction of meanings. Along the past three decades, she has presented several solo exhibitions in Portugal, and group exhibitions in other countries. Her work is represented in various private and public collections.Artist work in collection
(1984) Lisboa, Portugal.
BrevementeArtist work in collection
(1975) South Africa, Cape Town.
Nicholas Hlobo was born in Cape Town in 1975, and lives in Johannesburg. He has a B Tech degree from the Wits Technikon, Johannesburg (2002). Solo exhibitions have taken place at: Locust Projects, Miami, (2013); the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo (2011); in the Level 2 Gallery at Tate Modern, London (2008), and at the Boston ICA as part of the Momentum series (2008), among other institutions.
In 2014, he participated in group exhibitions including Thinking, Feeling, Head, Heart, The New Church Museum, Cape Town; Chroma, Stevenson, Cape Town; The Danjuma Collection: One Man’s Trash (Is Another Man’s Treasure), 33 Fitzroy Square, London; Threads, Museum Arnhem, the Netherlands; Public Intimacy: Art and Social Life in South Africa at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory and Hell Revisited by Contemporary African Artists, MMK (Museum für Moderne Kunst), Frankfurt, Germany, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia, USA; all in 2014; he has work at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, as part of A History (Art, Architecture and Design from the 80s to Now) (until 7 March 2016); and on Tate Modern’s Energy and Process, a thematic view of works from the collection.
In 2011 he showed work on ILLUMInations, the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale; his work also appeared in Venice on The World Belongs to You, works from the Pinault Collection at the Palazzo Grassi, and the Future Generation Art Prize exhibition at the Palazzo Papadopoli. His work has been exhibited at other biennials and triennials including: the 18th Biennale of Sydney (2012); La Triennale 2012 – Intense Proximity, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012); Touched, the Liverpool Biennial (2010); the third Guangzhou Triennial, China (2008); and Flow at the Studio Museum in Harlem (2008).
He was the Tollman Award winner 2006, the Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art 2009, and the Rolex Visual Arts Protégé for 2010/11, working with Anish Kapoor as his mentor.Artist work in collection
(1975) Argentina, Mar del Plata.
Nicolas Robbio was born in 1975 in the city of Mar del Plata, in Argentina.
In 1992, he studied carpentry in the school of arts and trades, Falkland Islands. In 1996, he enrolled the Escola Superior de Artes Visuais Martin A. Malharro.
He has participated in the Fundo Internacional de Arte Contemporânea, in the city of Mar del Plata, where he met, among others, the Brazilian artist Marco Paulo Rola.
In 1999, he participates in study groups at the studio of the artist Jorge Macchi, in Buenos Aires.
In 2001, he relocates to São Paulo, Brazil; where Marco Paulo introduces him to Dora Longo Bahia, artist and faculty professor, who invites him to participate in a discussion group which brings together artists and art professionals, gaining him access to the Brazilian art scene. Currently living and working in São Paulo, Robbio regularly exhibits inside and outside of Brazil, and has produced several publications, artist’s books, and other projects in collaboration with artists from São Paulo, Mar del Plata, Bogotá, Berlin and Lisbon, among other places.
He has participated in several solo and group exhibitions; Indirections – Pharos Centre for Contemporary Art – Nicósia – Cyprus / Emissores Reunidos [Episódio 1]: O Amanhã de ontem não é hoje – Fundação Serralves – Porto – Portugal / Se mueve pero no se hunde – Galeria Vermelho – São Paulo – Brazil / La Razón del Equilibrio – Nueveochenta Arte Contemporâneo – Bogotá – Colombia / 28ª Bienal de São Paulo – Fundação Bienal de São Paulo – São Paulo – Brazil / Algunas cuestiones al trazar una línea – Ruth Benzacar, Galeria de Arte – Buenos Aires – Argentina / Medos Modernos – Instituto Tomie Ohtake [ITO] – São Paulo – Brazil / Imagine Brazil – MAC Lyon – Lyon – France / Observações de uma realidade sincopada – Museu da Cidade (Pavilhão Branco) – Lisbon – Portugal / Pontos Colaterais – Arquipélago – Centro de Artes Contemporâneas – Açores – Portugal / X Bienal Monterrey FEMSA – Monterrey – México / 2° Trienal Poli / Gráfica de San Juan – San Juan – Puerto Rico / Desenhos [Drawings] A – Z – Museu Da Cidade – Lisbon – Portugal.Artist work in collection
(1948) Ourique, Portugal.
Noémia Cruz received her degree in Sculpture from ESBAL in 1980. She has been involved in Visual Arts education between the years of 1976 and 1996. She collaborated with the sculptor Jorge Vieira between 1980 and 1998. From 2004 to 2008 she coordinated activities realized at the Museu Jorge Vieira, in Beja, having returned in 2011. Organized the exhibition/homage to Jorge Vieira Intemporalidad, 2002, in the Galeria Raquel Ponce, Madrid, Palácio Pimentel, Valladolid; Cada Desenho um Amigo 2008, Galeria Arte Contempo, Lisbon, in partnership with the Museu Municipal de Estremoz. Collaborated in the Projecto de Sensibilização à Criatividade, promoted by the Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, in 1991/92. Participated in the Festival Escrita na Paisagem from 2008 until 2012. Particpated in jardim champanhe – proyeto artes ediciones Valadollid, 2012. Has written various texts for visual arts catalogues.
Exhibiting individually since 1987, most notably Os meus ”bonecos” which was shown in 2011 and 2013 in Estremoz, Lisbon, (MNA), Brazil (UNESP), as part of the Festival Escrita na Paisagem.
She is the author of the Conjunto Escultórico in the Largo de São João in Beja (2004).Artist work in collection
(1971) Portugal, Leiria.
Nuno Sousa Vieira was born in 1971. He lives and works between Lisbon and Leiria.
Solo exhibitions (selection): Ouvi dizer que o lugar mais escuro é sempre debaixo da luz, Kunsthalle São Paulo, 2014; Opaco, Escritório, Lisbon; Um Ateliê, uma Fábrica e uma Sala de Exposição, Nem sempre por esta ordem, Círculo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra; 2013; Vision Oblier, L’Attent, Galeria Emmanuel Hervé, Paris, France 2013; Somos nós que mudamos quando tomamos efetivamente conhecimento do outro, Pavilhão Branco, Museu da Cidade de Lisboa, 2012; Wall Stop for This, Appleton Square, Lisbon, 2012; Don’t underestimate the impact of the workplace, Newlyn Art Gallery, United Kingdom, 2010; Haben Gegenstände ein Gedächtnis?, Hans Mayer Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany, 2010; Terça-feira a Sábado – 11h às 20h, 2010 and To Draw an Escape Plan, 2009, both in Galeria Graça Brandão, Lisbon and Redesenhar Empty Cube, Lisbon, 2008.
His work is represented in the collections: AA, PINTA, CAV (Centro de Artes Visuais), CAPC (Círculo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra), Teixeira de Freitas, PLMJ, António Cachola, Câmara Municipal de Leiria, Ar.Co, Paulo Pimenta, Arquipélago, MAM Rio de Janeiro, José Lima.Artist work in collection
(1975) Portugal, São Miguel.
1975, Pilar-Bretanha, in S. Miguel (Azores), Portugal.
Received his degree in painting from the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa, in 2004.
2013 A Luz Insubmissa, Trema Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon.
2012 A Sombra dos Álamos, Galeria Movimento Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon.
Outono, Galeria Paulo Nunes – Arte Contemporânea/ Câmara Municipal de Vila Franca de Xira, Pavilhão Multiusos de Vila Franca de Xira. A Sombra dos Álamos – Oficinas Municipais de Aljustrel, in partnership with Galeria Movimento Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon;
2011 Encontrei-te amanhã…, Fundação Henrique Leote and Galeria Paulo Nunes – Arte Contemporânea, Convento de São Paulo, Redondo.
2010 A Revelação, Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon;
2009 Os Confidentes, Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon;
2007 Eu Amo (Reabilitação), Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon; No Abismo Secreto do Peito, Galeria Fonseca e Macedo, Ponta Delgada, Azores
2006 Um lugar ao Lado do Coração, Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon.
2005 Amor Branco-de-Chumbo, Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon
2013 3 Artistas da Trema, Galeria Municipal D. Dinis, Estremoz.
2012 Inauguração da Galeria CB Concept Art, Carcavelos. Arquipélago, Academia das Artes doa Açores, Ponta Delgada. MIAB
Bienal de Arte Contemporânea da Madeira, Funchal.
2011 Colectiva do Natal MAC, Movimento Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon. Colectiva do 17º Aniversário MAC, Movimento Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon. ViennaFair 11 – Feira Internacional de Viena, Stand Galeria Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, Viena. ArtMadrid 11 – Feira Internacional de Madrid, Stand Galeria Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, Madrid.
2010 Celeiro do Patriarcal da Câmara Municipal de Vila Franca de Xira, Galeria Paulo Nunes Arte Contemporânea, Vila Franca de Xira. Homenagem ao Pintor Nadir Afonso, Galeria do Casino do Estoril, Estoril.
2009 Arte Lisboa 09 – FIL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisbon.
2008 Arte Lisboa 08 – FIL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisbon.
2007 Arte Lisboa 07 – FiL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisbon; Gravura Contemporânea, Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa, Lisboa.
2006 Arte Lisboa 06 – FiL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisbon; Passagens, curated by Filomena Cunha, Casa do Gaiato, Santo Antão do Tojal, Loures.
2005 Arte Lisboa 05 – FiL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisboa. PanFair 05 – Feira Internacional de Arte, Stand Galeria Husstege, Amesterdão. XVII Salão de Primavera, Galeria de Arte Casino Estoril, Estoril. ARCO 05 – Feira Internacional de Madrid, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Madrid.
2004 Arte Lisboa 04 – FiL, Stand Galeria Arte Periférica, Lisboa Coletiva, Novos Artistas, Galeria Arte Periférica, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisboa. V Congresso das Academias do Mediterrâneo, Comenda Di Pré, Génova, Itália. XVI Salão de Primavera, Galeria de Arte Casino Estoril, Estoril. Galeria Gravura Cooperativa de Gravadores, Lisbon
2005 Honorable Mention XVII Salão de Primavera, Galeria de Arte Casino Estoril, Estoril
2004 1st Prize, XVI Salão de Primavera, Galeria de Arte Casino Estoril, Estoril.
Represented in various private and public spaces such as the Foundation Henrique Leote, the Câmara Municipal of Vila Franca de Xira, and in the Museu Carlos Machado, Ponta Delgada, Governo Regional of the Azores.
Book cover, Zona de Perda – Livro de Albas, (poetry) by Pedro Sena-Lino, Edição Objecto Cardíaco, 2005.Artist work in collection
(1979) Portugal, Almada.
Pedro Barateiro was born in 1979, Almada, Portugal. He currently lives and works in Lisbon. He obtained a Master of Visual Arts (2006) at the Malmö Art Academy, Sweden and studied at Maumaus – Escola de Artes Visuais (2003-2005), Lisbon. He participated in artistic residencies at AIR – Antwerp (2012), Belgium; Palais de Tokyo (2008-09), Paris, France; and ISCP – International Studio and Curatorial Program (2007/08), New York. He participated in the XXIX Bienal de São Paulo (2008), Brazil; 5th Berlin Biennale (2008), Germany; 16th Biennale of Sydney (2008), Australia, Photo España (2008), and the Busan Biennial (2006), South Korea.Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, Lisbon.
Pedro Valdez Cardoso (Lisbon, 1974) lives and works in Lisbon. Of his most recent solo exhibitions, the most notable are: Ártico, Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, Lisbon, PT (2015); outra coisa, Galeria Caroline Pagès, Lisbon, PT (2014); Reino, Convento de Cristo, Tomar, PT (2014); The Devil’s Breath – Parte III, MACE – Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas, PT (2014); Discurso do Método, IVAM – Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Valência, ES (2013).
Among the most recent collective exhibitions in which he has participated, we highlight: Devour!, Freies Museum (in collaboration with Savvy Contemporary), Berlin, DE (2015); Colónia Apócrifa, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Castilla Y Leon, ES (2014); Para Além da Historia, Centro Internacional das Artes José de Guimarães, Guimarães, PT (2012); O Fim do Mundo, Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster, LUX (2012); MUITO OBRIGADO – Artistas portugueses en la colección de la Fundación Coca-Cola, DA2 Domus Artium, Salamanca, ES (2010). His works may be found in diverse national and international collections, and the artist has been the recipient of various Art awards.Artist work in collection
(1978) Loulé, Portugal.
Ricardo Valentim nasceu em 1978, em Loulé. Atualmente vive e trabalha em Nova Iorque. Sendo reconhecido principalmente pelas suas leituras e projeções fílmicas, o seu trabalho inclui os mais variados media, incluindo rádio, materiais impressos, fotografia e escultura. O seu trabalho foi mostrado em inúmeros espaços internacionais, entre os quais se destacam Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo; unitednationsplaza | e-flux, Nova Iorque; Manifesta 7, Trento – Bolzano; Statements/Art Basel 38, Basileia; Frac Île-de-France/Le Plateau, Paris; Andrew Roth Gallery, Nova Iorque; e o MUSAC, Leão. Recentemente, apresentou Crescimento e Cultura no Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, no Porto; Film Festival no CNEAI – Centre National Édition Art Image, em Chatou, França; e Post no Kunsthal Charlottenborg, em Copenhaga.Artist work in collection
(1976) Cape Town, South Africa.
Robin Rhode was raised in Johannesburg and graduated from the South Africa School of Film, Television and Dramatic Arts, Johannesburg, in 2000. The Berlin-based multidisciplinary artist engages a variety of visual languages such as photography, performance, drawing and sculpture to create arrestingly beautiful narratives that are brought to life using quotidian materials such as soap, charcoal, chalk and paint. Coming of age in a newly post-apartheid South Africa, Rhode was exposed to new forms of creative expression motivated by the spirit of the individual rather than dictated by a political or social agenda. The growing influence of hip-hop, film, and popular sports on youth culture as well as the community’s reliance on storytelling in the form of colorful murals encouraged the development of Rhode’s hybrid street-based aesthetic. His strategic interventions transform urban landscapes into imaginary worlds, compressing space and time, as two-dimensional renderings become the subject of three-dimensional interactions by a sole protagonist, usually played by the artist or by an actor inhabiting the role of the artist. Melding individual expressionism with broader socioeconomic concerns, Rhode’s work reveals a mastery of illusion, a rich range of historical and contemporary references, and an innate skill for blending high and low art forms.
Given his first major museum solo show by Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, in 2007, and Rhode has since had major solo exhibitions at a number of important museums around the world, including the Hayward Gallery, London (2008); the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio (2009); the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (2010); the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (2013); and the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York (2014). He has participated in notable group exhibitions including New Photography, The Museum of Modern Art, New York (2005; the 51st Venice Biennale (2005); Staging Action: Performance in Photography Since 1960, The Museum of Modern Art, New York (2011); and the 2012 Sydney Biennale. His work is included in numerous public collections, including the Castello di Rivoli, Turin; Centre Pompidou, Paris; The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Miami Art Museum, Florida; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. The artist lives and works in Berlin, Germany.Artist work in collection
(1971) Portugal, Lisbon.
Rui Calçada Bastos was born in Lisbon, in 1971.
Exhibitions: Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas, Portugal; Centro de Arte Moderna, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon; Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Museo de Arte Contemporânea de Vigo, Spain; Beijing Art World Museum, Beijing; Singapore History Museum, Singapore; Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro; Centro de Artes Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro; Caixa Cultural do Rio de Janeiro; Circulo de Belas Artes, Madrid; Fundacion Rafael Botin, Santander, Spain; Museu Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, Spain; Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo; Bergen Kunsthalle, Norway; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, U.S.A; Gagosian, USA; Tate Modern, London; among others.
Collections: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal; Fundação PLMJ, Portugal; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Germany; Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Spain; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Santander e Cantabria, Spain; Coleção António Cachola,Portugal; Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderna, Spain; Susanne & Werner Peyer, Switzerland; Plancius Collection, Holland; Instituto Figueiredo Ferra, Brazil; Arquipélago Contemporary Art Collection, Azores, Portugal; Coleção EDP, Portugal; among others.
Residencies: Cité International des Arts, Paris (2002); Villa Aurora, Los Angeles (2012); Paulo Reis, Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo (2015).
Grants: João Hoganpara, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2003); Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin (2004); Marcelino Botin, Spain (2006).
Awards: Nomeação Prémio União Latina, Lisbon (2005); First Prize, Festival Internacional de Video de Macao, South China (2012).
2005 Co-founder of the space ‘Invaliden1’, Berlin.Artist work in collection
(1966) Portugal, Lisbon.
Rui Chafes was born in 1966, in Lisbon, where he currently resides. He studied Sculpture at the Faculdade de Belas-Artes de Lisboa, between 1984 and 1989. From 1990 to 1992 he studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Gerhard Merz. During this period he translated several writings by Novalis (from German into Portuguese) and compiled them in a book with his own drawings, which was published by Assírio & Alvim in 1992. His work has been regularly shown in Portugal and abroad since the mid-1980s. In 1995 he represented Portugal, alongside José Pedro Croft and Pedro Cabrita Reis, in the 46th Venice Biennial, and in 2004 in the 26th Bienal de São Paulo, in a joint project with Vera Mantero. In 2013 he was one of the international artists invited to exhibit in the Pavilhão da República de Cuba at the 55th Venice Biennial. In Portugal, he has created solo exhibitions in important institutions, such as the Centro de Arte Moderna in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Museu de Serralves (with Pedro Costa), Centro Cultural de Belém, Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna, Palácio Nacional da Pena and Museu Coleção Berardo (with Orla Barry). Outside Portugal he has had solo exhibitions in institutions such as the S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium), Folkwang Museum (Essen, Germany), Esbjerg Kunstmuseum (Denmark), Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center (Copenhagen, Denmark), Fondazione Volume! (Rome, Italy), Fundação Eva Klabin (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Fundación Luis Seoane (A Coruña, Spain), Hara Museum, with Pedro Costa (Tokyo, Japan) and the Museu de Arte Moderna (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). His work is part of several international and Portuguese collections. He also has various permanent public sculptures, in Portugal as well as abroad. In 2004, he received the Robert-Jacobsen Sculpture Prize, awarded by Stiftung-Würth, in Germany.Artist work in collection
(1973) Portugal, Terceira.
Graduated in Painting-Visual Arts from the Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade of Lisbon, 2002. Exhibits regularly since 1993, individually and collectively in Portugal and, at times, in international events.
In 2014 he was selected as the artist for ARTE HOJE, organized by the Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon.
Invited by the Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes for the group exhibit Biénio 2015/2016, jury selection ARTE HOJE – SNBA, 2014.
Recreation of the Estação X in the Via Sacra of the Sé Catedral de Angra do Heroísmo – permanent exhibition. A project realized by 14 contemprorary artists invited by the Diocesana Commission for Culture – Azores, 2014.
Represented in the contemporary art collection of the Região Autónoma dos Açores, Biblioteca de Ponta Delgada, Museu de Angra do Heroísmo, the V.I.P. area of the Lajes International Airport, as well as private collections in Portugal, Austria, Norway and the United States.Artist work in collection
(1971) Portugal, Porto.
Rui Moreira was born in 1971, in Porto. He currently lives and works in Lisbon. Moreira studied at Ar.Co as well as in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is currently professor of drawing at Ar.Co. His work is represented in the collections of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, the Luso-American Development Foundation, Collection Société Générale – Paris, Catlin Art Collection – Zurich, MUDAM – Luxembourg, and the Fundação Ilídio Pinho. “My base is always drawing, drawing as a place of risk and nervous relations with the world. My most recent drawings are drawings based on my body’s physical experience of the Sahara Desert and of the chaotic Arabic architecture. My sculpture is abstract and exists in non-places, which are physically interior landscapes, psychological in nature. Desire is the dominant feeling connecting the sculptures to their surrounding landscapes. I am interested in everything that cannot be put into words, which is unspoken, or which you speak softly of. I’m not just dealing with creating new forms and new techniques, but also creating/opening up new territories for art.” The artist is currently represented by the Galerie Jaeger Bucher, Paris.Artist work in collection
(1979) Burkina Faso, Déou.
Saïdou Dicko was born in 1979, in Déou, Burkina Faso. He currently lives and works in Paris, France. A Fulani shepherd, he learnt how to draw when he was five outlining the shadows of his sheep on the ground of the Sahel. In 2005 he starts using photography to capture secret truths in a different way. He tells the story of his life as he captures, in Dakar, Ouagadougou Déou, Lubumbashi, or Abidjan passing shadows in images that can be either real or completely surreal. Six months after his photographic debut, the artist presented his first exhibition at the “Off the Dakar Biennale” (2006), where he received a prize, the first of many. Using painting, photography, or video, Dicko transforms the representation of forms, giving life to visual phenomena, to the physical and psychological phenomena of light, marrying the two extreme values at the heart of the contrast between black and white. The artist finds pleasure in combining opposites in order to talk about equality, union, and maternal love…Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, Terceira.
Sandra Rocha is from the Azores and lives in Paris. Her photographic work reflects and revolves around the relations and tensions that surround the human being and the four elements, which compose the universe. Her images are inhabited by young women, unique animals and strange landscapes. The dream-like universe that she offers to us is the result of her poetic and mysterious reflection upon identity, territory and the human relations of those who reside therein. She has presented her work in various institutions and museums such as the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and the Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Santander y Cantabria (MAS), and her work is represented in various collections, both private and public, such as EDP Foundation, BES Art, Arquipélago – Contemporary Art Center e Coleção de Arte da Região da Cantábria.Artist work in collection
(1974) Portugal, São Miguel.
Sofia de Medeiros was born in 1975, in Ponta Delgada where she currently lives and works. Earning her degree in Sculpture from FBAL, a Master’s degree in Art History from the Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa and has completed other courses relevant to the field of visual art. She has been exhibiting in group and solo exhibitions since 1997, as well as participating in Biennials and symposiums. Her work is represented in private and public collections such as the Presidência do Governo Regional dos Açores; Direção Regional da Cultura dos Açores; Biblioteca Pública e Arquivo Regional de Ponta Delgada; ARTCA, Museu Carlos Machado, Museu de Angra do Heroísmo, Municipality of Loures, Municipality of Ponta Delgada and Municipality of Abrantes, among others.
Her work is a feminine investigation of the feminine, raising questions regarding the roles which are traditionally attributed to portuguese women in the domestic space. It is a constant dialogue and reflection between tradition and contemporaneity, in the sense that it is a constructive interaction between that which may be defined as local and universal values. Using iron and textiles in her sculptures, she convokes a series of of elements taken from the Azorian popular culture, in a discourse which is at times playful, and at other times, provocative.Artist work in collection
(1959) Portugal, São Miguel.
João Urbano Melo Resendes was born 1959, on the island of São Miguel, Azores.
He studied printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art, London.
Aside from painting, he also dedicates himself to etching, sculpture and to illustration in partnership with Nova Gráfica and the poet Emanuel Jorge Botelho.
As of 2014, he has realized 44 solo exhibitions.
He decorated the Chapel of the Hospital do Divino Espírito Santo in Ponta Delgada.
He is represented in the Museus de Ponta Delgada, Angra do Heroísmo, Cidade de Lisboa, Presidência da República, Fundação Berardo, Centro de Arte Manuel de Brito e Centro Cultural da Caloura. Since 1997, he has been represented by Galeria 111. Since 2000, he has exhibited with Galeria Fonseca Macedo. There have been published several books about his art.
He was attributed the Insígnia Autonómica de Reconhecimento by the Legislative Assembly of the Autonomous Region of the Azores.Artist work in collection
(1978) Portugal, Graciosa.
Born on the island of Graciosa, Azores, in 1978.
She first studied the instruction of Mathematics at the Universidade dos Açores. In 2006, she took a degree in painting from the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa. In 2013, she finished her master’s degree in Visual Arts Instruction at the Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa. Living in Lisbon since 1999, she divides her professional time between art, teaching and studying. In her artistic curriculum, she has participated both individually and collectively in diverse exhibitions through Spain and Portugal, and is represented in various private and institutional collections, most notably in the collection of ARQUIPÉLAGO – Centro de Artes Contemporâneas.Artist work in collection
(1986) Portugal, São Miguel.
Vieira Pereira was born on the 25th of February, 1989, on the island of S. Miguel, Azores.
She has a degree in Plastic Arts and New Media, by the Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha (2008-2011), and a Master’s in Plastic Arts from the very same institution (2011-2013). In her research she questions the limits of painting, putting to question whether or not her work might be placed within an ‘expanded field’ of painting, as the art critic Rosalind Krauss once declared of sculpture. In 2014, she was the winner of the inaugural edition of the regional painting competition António Dacosta and the fourth edition of the competition Labjovem, in the category of Plastic Arts.Artist work in collection
Gil Heitor Cortesão
Graça Costa Cabral
João Pedro Vale
José Maçãs De Carvalho
José Nuno Da Câmara Pereira
Maria Ana Simões
Maria José Cavaco
Nuno Sousa Vieira
Pedro Valdez Cardoso
Rui Calçada Bastos
Sofia de Medeiros