Welcome to not cancelled, a week-long digital art event featuring galleries from Portugal.
From July 3 – July 10, we are presenting an exciting program of digital art events and an online exhibition of our participating galleries. All artworks presented are available for sale via the “inquire” button.
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Program
Musa paradisiaca, The I of the Beeholder
Musa paradisiaca, The I of the Beeholder
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Musa paradisiaca, The I of the Beeholder
Musa paradisiaca, The I of the Beeholder
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House for a Mouse | Evy Jokhova
House for a Mouse | Evy Jokhova
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Friday, July 03:
- 10:00 AM House for a Mouse | Evy Jokhova / Foco
Saturday, July 04:
- 10:00 AM Musa paradisiaca, The I of the Beeholder / Galeria Quadrado Azul
Sunday, July 05:
- 10:00 AM Instruction Manual #1 : Washing the flags for a peaceful revolution | Carlos Noronha Feio / 3+1 Arte Contemporânea
Monday, July 06:
- 10:00 AM André Romão - Gasworks residency program / Galeria Vera Cortês
Tuesday, July 07:
- 10:00 AM Artclip João Pedro Vale & Nuno Alexandre Ferreira / Galeria Presenca
Wednesday, July 08:
- 10:00 AM Pale White / NO·NO Gallery
- 3:00 PM Without stepping foot on the ground / NO·NO Gallery
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Rui Tavares i
André Romão i
Tiago Casanova i
António Júlio Duarte i
Pedro Tudela i
Felipe Cohen i
Musa paradisiaca i
Francisco Tropa i
José Loureiro i
Isabel Madureira Andrade i
Diogo Bolota
Carlos Noronha Feio i
Carlos Mensil i
José Pedro Cortes i
Eugénia Mussa i
Evy Jokhova i
João Pedro Vale & Nuno Alexandre Ferreira i
Rui Horta Pereira i
Belén Uriel i
Rui Tavares
Born in Figueira da Foz in 1974. He lives and works in Lisbon. Degree in Painting FBAUP. Lecturer in Artistic Training Center nextart, Lisbon, since 2010. Solo exhibitions: 2013 Trayectorias, Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Torremolinos, Málaga. Espanha. 2011 Inside Sketches, Galeria São Francisco. Lisboa. 2008 Declining Symmetries, Galeria Ao Quadrado. Santa Maria da Feira. 2005 Desígnios De Um Estratega, Museu de Ovar. 2004 Probably Me, Galeria Artésis, Gaia; O Plano de um Salto, Casa do Farol, ANJE. Porto; Mirror Windows, Espaço Artes, Lousada; Missing Pieces Everywhere, Casa Jorge de Sena / Delegação do INATEL, Porto; Interiores, Casa de Cultura de Paranhos, Porto. 2003 From A High Place, Galeria Espaços JUP. Porto. Colective Exhibitions: 2015 Fozarte 2015. Castelo de São João da Foz, Porto. 2014 70 Cavaquinhos 70 Artistas. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, Lisboa; Arte Hoje. Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes. Lisboa; Sonata N.º 1 Para Traço e Modelação. Galeria Silo – Espaço Cultural. Senhora da Hora, Porto; XXXII Premio Internacional Pintura Eugenio Hermoso. Badajoz; 12 Contemporâneos. Galeria de Arte do Casino Estoril. Cascais; Homens Como Árvores Que Andam. Galeria Silo – Espaço Cultural. Senhora da Hora, Porto. 2013 VII Concurso de Pintura Fundación AguaGranada. Granada. Espanha; Strait Lines AND Casual Drops, Galeria O Rastro. Figueira da Foz; Artis 2013. Galeria de Arte do Casino Estoril. Cascais. 2012 III Certamen de Pintura Laura Otero. Cáceres. Espanha. 2011 XIII Premio Internacional de Pintura Miquel Viladrich, Ajuntamento de Torrelameu, Lleyda. Espanha. 2009 1º Prémio Jovem de Artes Plásticas CAE. Figueira da Foz. 2004 Prémio de Pintura e Escultura D. Fernando II – VIII Edição. Sintra; Colectiva de Pintura. Galeria Municipal do Montijo. 2003 Colectiva de Pintura. Castelo de São João da Foz – Galeria Mónica Pereira / Instituto da Defesa Nacional. Porto; Prémio Thomaz de Mello. Nazaré. 2002 II Bienal de Pintura Arte Jovem de Penafiel; 7º Prémio Fidelidade Jovens Pintores – Companhia de Seguros Fidelidade, S.A e Fundação da Juventude; Prémio Vespeira. VII Bienal de Artes Plásticas. Montijo. 2001 5ª Edição do Prémio de Pintura e Escultura D. Fernando II. Sintra Awards: 2014 1º Prémio de Pintura Elena Muriel. Galeria Tomás Costa. Oliveira de Azeméis; Menção Honrosa – IX Bienal de Artes Plásticas da Vidigueira; Menção Honrosa – Prémio Carmen Miranda 2014. Marco de Canaveses; Menção Honrosa – Mertolarte 2014. Mértola. 2013 1º Prémio – Concurso de Artes Plásticas Fundação INATEL. Lisboa; Menção Honrosa – 18.ª Galeria Aberta. Galeria dos Escudeiros. Beja; Menção Honrosa – Prémio Joaquim Afonso Madeira. Alhos Vedros; 2º Prémio – XXIV Certamen Pintura Ciudad de Álora. Málaga. Espanha. 2012 Menção Honrosa – Prémios Salúquia Às Artes 2012. Moura; Menção Honrosa – VIII Bienal de Artes Plásticas da Vidigueira; 1º Premio XL Certamen de Pintura Ciudad de Martos, Jaén. Espanha; Menção Honrosa – Arte no Morrazo 2012. Concello de Cangas, Espanha; 1º Prémio – XIII Certamen Andaluz de Pintura Contemporánea Ciudad de Torremolinos. Málaga. Espanha; Menção Honrosa – Mertolarte 2012. Mértola. 2011 1º Prémio – III Certamen de Pintura Contemporânea Ciudad de Vélez-Málaga. Espanha; 1º Prémio de Pintura Encontrarte Amares 2011. Amares; Menção Honrosa – Arte no Morrazo 2011. Concello de Cangas, Espanha; Menção Honrosa – ARTIS. X Festival de Artes Plásticas de Seia. 2010 3º Prémio – II Bienal de Artes de Ansião. 2008 1º Prémio de Pintura Abel Manta, Gouveia; 1º Prémio de Pintura D. Fernando II. Sintra. 2001 Prémio Finalistas da FBAUP. Biblioteca Municipal de Santa Maria da Feira; Menção Honrosa – 5ª. Edição do Prémio de Pintura António Joaquim – Artistas de Gaia; Menção Honrosa – 2ª. Bienal Internacional de Arte Jovem de Vila Verde.
André Romão
André Romão lives and works in Lisbon. His practice has been dea- ling with the human aspects hiding in cultural and economical systems of production, exploring the confrontation of macro and micro structures in contemporary society through an ‘against the grain’ research on econo- mics, eroticism, violence, and appropriation. André Romão’s works across sculpture and text to explore a territory where normal interactions between bodies and entities are suspended or blur, at the border between human and animal and the natural and artificial. Romão’s work uses or appropriates materials in a speculative and poetic manner and is deeply rooted in the legacies of both Surrealism and the Baroque. André Romão is co-editor of ATLAS Projectos since 2007. A selection of his solo exhibitions includes: Museu Berardo, Lisbon (2019); BoCA Biennial, Braga (2019); Galeria Vera Cortês, Lisbon (2018, 2015); García Galería, Madrid (2017); Syntax, Lisbon (2016); Kunstraum Botschaft, Berlin (2016); The Green Parrot, Barcelona (2015); MACRO – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome (2014); Middelheim Museum, Antwerp (2012); Galleria Umberto di Marino, Naples (2011); Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2010) and Kunsthalle Lissabon (2010). He participated in the residency programme at Gasworks, London, from January to March 2020. His work has been featured in group exhibitions in institutions and galleries such as Abbaye Saint André Centre d’ art contemporain, Meymac (2018); Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas (2017); MAAT, Lisbon (2017); CentroCentro, Madrid (2016); FUTURA, Prague (2016), CAPC musée d’art contemporain, Bordeux (2015); Astrup Fearnley Museet, Olso (2014); Serralves Museum, Oporto (2013 and 2010); Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2013); PhotoCairo 5, Cairo (2012); Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (2010); Museu da Cidade, Lisbon (2009); Spike Island Art Center, Bristol (2008), among others. André Romão will participate in the Liverpool Biennial, in 2021.
Tiago Casanova
TIAGO CASANOVA Madeira, Portugal, 1988. Studied Architecture at FAUP, where he co-founded Scopio - International Photography Magazine in 2010. He also co-founded XYZ Books Publishing house and Bookshop in 2013, A ILHA (Gallery and Art Space) in 2014, and Estúdio Bulhufas in 2017. Has been exhibiting in collective and solo shows since 2006, and his current practice varies between his own artistic investigation, but also working as an editor, book maker, curator and exhibition designer. In 2012 he won the Bes Revelação Photography Award and an Honorable Mention at Novos Talentos Fnac Fotografia, in 2014 his work was mentioned for the best work selection at Plat(t)form - Fotomuseum Winterthur, and in 2015 he won the jury award at Festival A3 Bandas in Madrid. https://www.tiagocasanova.com/ https://www.carloscarvalho-ac.com/artistas/tiago-casanova_36
António Júlio Duarte
António Júlio Duarte (Lisbon, 1965), lives and works in Lisbon. Truly committed to photography, over thirty years of work, he participates with one of the most unique and consistent voices in the understanding of photography today. His work has been exhibited regularly, in Portugal and abroad, since 1990. A selection of recent solo shows includes White Noise at Quartel da Arte Contemporânea de Abrantes, Coleção Figueiredo Ribeiro, Abrantes, 2017; América at Galeria Pedro Alfacinha, Lisbon, 2017; Suspension of Disbelief, CAV, Coimbra, 2016; Mercúrio at Galeria Zé dos Bois, Lisbon, in 2015; and Japão 1997 at Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Guimarães, in 2013. He is the author of multiple books, among others: White Noise (2011), Deviation of the Sun (2013), Japan Drug (2014) and Against the Day (2019) published by Pierre von Kleist Editions. His work is part of important public and private collections such as: Portuguese Collection of Photography; Modern Art Centre of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation; Musée de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium; Photographic Archive of Lisbon Municipality; Portuguese Communication Foundation; Image Encounters / Image Museum; Photography Encounters of Coimbra / CAV; Orient Foundation and Museum; P.L.M.J. Foundation; Carmona e Costa Foundation; Fundació Foto Colectania; BES Art Collection; Mário Teixeira da Silva Collection; Photography Collection of Américo Marques; Lagos Cultural Centre; Amorim Turismo Tróia; Colección Madrid Foto; EDP Foundation Art Collection; Jorge Gaspar Collection ; António Cachola Collection – MACE; Vila Flor Cultural Centre; and Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection – Quarter of Contemporary Art of Abrantes.
Pedro Tudela
Pedro Tudela was born in Viseu in 1962. He finished his Degree in Paitings at Escola Superior de Belas Artes do Porto (ESBAP) in 1987. Auxiliary Professor at Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto (FBAUP). As a student at ESBAP, he was founder of Grupo Missionário: organized national and international painting, postal art and performance. Pedro participates in several performance festivals since 1982. He was the author and host of the radio programs escolhe um dedo e atmosfera reduzida on xfm, between 1995 and 1996. In 1992, because of the show “Mute ... life”, he starts the multimedia collective Mute Life dept. [MLd]. Tudela got interested in sound production in 1992, having participated in concerts, performances and record productions in Portugal and abroad. Cofounder and one of the elements of the multidisciplinary and digital music project @c. Founding member of media label Crónica. Pedro works in scenography since 2003. He has been exhibiting regularly since 1981 and has been participating in numerous collective exhibitions in Portugal and abroad since the beginning of the 1980’s. His work is represented in museums, public and private collections. He lives and works in Porto.
Felipe Cohen
Felipe Cohen’s work it’s about the tension that is given by the conflict of a tradition of art, mainly of sculpture, with Contemporary ways of disposing the object.
Felipe has a degree in Drawing and Sculpture by the Foundation Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP). He exhibited individually and collectively in important cultural centers in Brazil such as Centro Cultural São Paulo, Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo and Instituto Cultural Itaú. Among his main exhibitions are the 8a and 11a Bienal of Mercosul, Economy of means at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona, EUA and Imagine Brazil. His work is on important collections such as Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, Museu de Arte do Rio and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary no Arizona, EUA. The artist won the Illy Prize for best Latin American Artist in 2016 and he was one of the nominees for the 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2016 PIPA Prize.
Musa paradisiaca
Eduardo Guerra (Lisboa, 1986) e Miguel Ferrão (Lisboa, 1986) Musa paradisiaca is an artistic project by Eduardo Guerra (Lisbon, 1986) and Miguel Ferrão (Lisbon, 1986). Founded in 2010, with the presentation of a set of podcasts at www.musaparadisiaca.net, Musa paradisiaca’s practice has been pluralized since. Within either discursive, participatory or in exhibition contexts, Musa paradisiaca can be seen to produce sculptures, films, drawings and performative actions, among others. Through dialogue and the benefits of merging distinct perspectives and competencies, Musa paradisiaca has gathered different entities, practitioners, experts or references, be they collective or individual, with whom they establish an affinity of thinking that shares and reveals many voices. This ongoing process can be seen as an open-ended dialogue that brings together temporary interlocutors, activates longstanding references, benefits from occasional technical expertise, and relies on long-term complicities.
Francisco Tropa
Francisco Tropa born in Lisbon, Portugal, 1968. Lives and works in Lisbon. Sculpture has been a permanent interest in the artistic practice of Francisco Tropa, who works since the beginning of the 90s and has gained a significant attention by institutions and the critique. Representing Portugal in the 2011 edition of Venice Biennale, he also participated in Rennes Biennial (2012), Istanbul Biennial (2011), Manifesta (2000), Melbourne Biennial (1999) and São Paulo Biennial (1999). Several media are used by Tropa – sculpture itself, drawing, performance, photography or film – to convene a series of reflections introduced by the different traditions of sculpture. Subjects such as body, death, nature, landscape, memory, origin or time, are always present in his works, in an endless process of projection of references from the history of art, from other art works, from previous works of the artist, and from specific authors. Notions of device and spectator are also fundamental to understand his practice, which defies all the traditional categories of art, its representation and perception.
José Loureiro
José Loureiro was born in Mangualde in 1961. He lives and works in Lisbon. He highlights two literary works as key to 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 Tolstoi, in which the battle of Borodino is narrated. At the moment, all of his life revolves around four words: priolo, filament, rim and still synapse.
Isabel Madureira Andrade
ISABEL MADUREIRA ANDRADE São Miguel, 1991. Lives and works in Lisbon. Isabel Madureira Andrade studied Painting at the Fine Arts Faculty, University of Lisbon. Master of Arts Thesis, Lisbon, 2018, Fine Arts Faculty, University of Lisbon. Her first exhibition at the Fonseca Macedo Gallery was in January 2019, "Cosmografias, a História e Outras Cores" - group show - curated by Luísa Cardoso. Isabel Madureira Andrade was short listed for the EDP New Artists Prize, 2019, and was distinguished by the International Jury with a Honorable Mention. Isabel begins with the transposition of objects – ready made – using the “frottage” technique, showing their geometrical structure, many times organized as a repetitive pattern. It creates a visual rhythm, which resembles a representation of the cosmos. Either on paper or on canvas, her transpositions of daily life objects become cosmographies, “systems of self-organizing of Nature”. In Isabel´s earlier output, expression resulting from the process — from carrying out the work — is relatively restrained and the focus is on the evenly-shaped matrix with its regular lines, this time around, the matrix is made by herself, it is her own drawing. Gesture and movement of the body gained full expression, and because of it the lines of the underlying matrix pulsate in a new way. Also, and for the first time, the artist used a wider colour palette — even if it still consists of a limited choice of pastels, by and large earth and sea tones — then exploring the depths of colour — one more element bringing new trepidation to the canvas and to the phenomenon of an image appearing. Isabel´s work is developed in series of individual canvases or papers with different colours and patterns, and in two instances, the visual composition is upset by the check pattern of the chosen canvas, because that pattern establishes a rhythm. In January 2020, Isabel Madureira Andrade was invited to exhibit at the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Museum, “Epigramas”. A catalogue was published for the occasion.
Carlos Noronha Feio
Carlos Noronha Feio (Lisbon, 1981) lives and works between Lisbon, London and Moscow. Through his multimedia work, Carlos Noronha Feio analyzes themes such as identity, nationalism and local and global culture. His practice seeks to question preconceived concepts of belonging by assimilating historical, geographical and political references, juxtaposing them to engender his own compositions. He holds a PhD from the Royal College of Art London. Noronha Feio’s selected solo shows include: (sunsight!)/(sunclipse!), 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon (2019); even if at heart we are uncertain of the will to connect, there is a common future ahead, Narrative projects, London (2018); A Matter of Trust, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2017); banhados pela luz brilhante do pôr do sol, 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon (2015); and Oikonomia: A Matter of Trust, MNAC - Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado, Lisbon (2015). Group shows: The fabric of felicity, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2018); Variations Portugaises, Centre d’Art Contemporain de Meymac (2018); 'Futures', CAC Vilnius (2017); You Are Now Entering_________, CCA Londonderry/Derry (2012); and Image Wars, Abrons Art Centre, New York (2011). From 2009 up to 2014 he was a director of The Mews Project Space in London’s east end. Noronha Feio’s work is included in the publications “The Art of Not Making: The New Artist/Artisan Relationship” as well as in “Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition”, published by Thames & Hudson. He is present in several collections including: MAAT – Fundação de Arte EDP, Portugal; Coleção Norlinda e José Lima, Portugal; Saatchi Collection, UK; Fundação PLMJ, Portugal; MNAC – Museu do Chiado, Portugal; MAR – Museu de Arte do Rio, Brazil; amongst other national and international private and public collections.
Carlos Mensil
CARLOS MENSIL (Santo Tirso, 1988) BA in Painting by the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto and MA in Painting by the same institution. In his work Carlos Mensil explores the aesthetic and structural potentialities of materials outside their usual context in a territory of conceptual questioning. What we see are scenarios of apparent possibilities, or impossibilities. His work is represented in various national and international public and private collections, such as the Galila Barzilaï -Hollander Collection (BE), the Donna Macmillan Collection (USA) or the Cerveira Biennial Foundation (PT), to name but a few. He is a co-founding member of the independent collective “CampaNice”. He lives and works in Porto, PT.
José Pedro Cortes
Cortes studied at Kent Institute of Art and Design (Master of Arts in Photography) in the UK. In 2005, after 3 years living in London, moved back to Lisbon and was part of Gulbenkian Creativity and Artistic Creation Program in Photography. On that same year had his first solo exhibitions at Centro Português de Fotografia (I will not reveal you) and Silo (Silence), both in Porto, Portugal. Cortes was also selected for the Photo London – Emerging Artists Presentations and, in 2006, took part in the Getty Images curated exhibition New Photographers 2007. Other solo exhibitions include Museu da Imagem (Braga, 2006), Módulo – Centro Difusor de Arte (Lisboa, 2008, 2010), White Space Gallery (London, 2006), CAV – Centro de Artes Visuais (Coimbra, 2013), Robert Morat Galerie (Berlin, 2015). In 2015, as part of the exhibition EDIT: Sequence/Meaning, his body of work Costa was exhibited at CGAC – Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, in Santiago de Compostela. In recent years, Cortes was invited for some projects that include EPEA – European Photo Exhibition Award, with work shown in four European venues (Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Centre Gulbenkian Paris, Fondazione Monte di Luca, Italy, and Oslo Peace Center, Norway), European Eyes on Japan ( with book and exhibition) and O Processo SAAL: Arquitectura e Participação, 1974-1976 , with work shown at Museu de Serralves, Porto and at Canadian Centre for Architecture, Toronto. In 2014 Cortes participat- ed in the event Live Editing Show at LE BAL, Paris, where visitors could produce a book in collaboration with the artist. In 2014, he was nominated for the BESPhoto award with exhibitions at Museu Berardo, Lisboa, and Instituto Tomie Ohtake in São Paulo, BR. In 2015 he presented One’s Own Arena at Museu da Electrici- dade, Lisboa, and in 2016 was one of the commissioned artists for the BF16 – Bienal de Fotografia de Vila Franca de Xira with his installation Reinforced Concrete. In 2018, he presented “Mirror Plant, his first solo show at Galeria Francisco Fino, and ”A Necessary Realism”, a survey exhibition curated by Nuno Crespo at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), in Lisbon.
Eugénia Mussa
Eugénia Mussa was born in 1978 in Maputo, but moved to Lisbon at a very young age. She studied drawing and painting at Ar.Co - Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual (2009) and has a Foundation Course in Fine Arts from City and Islington College (2002). She was selected to Anteciparte, New Talents Award (2009) and received an honorable mention at 25th Anniversary of the Mozambique Bank (2010). In Portugal she has exhibited her work at Galeria Quadrum (2017), at AnoZero, Bienal de Arte Contemporânea de Coimbra, (2019) at Galeria João Esteves in Lisbon and at the Gulbenkian Foundation. In Mozambique she has exhibited at at Núcleo de Arte in Maputo. Her works are in several public and private collections.
Evy Jokhova
Evy Jokhova is a multi disciplinary artist whose practice engages with dialogue and relationships between social anthropology, architecture, philosophy and art. Working with drawing, sculpture, installation, sound, film and participatory events, Jokhova aims to bridge gaps between these fields and their inherent hierarchical structures. Born in Switzerland to Russian/Estonian parents, Jokhova lived in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, Austria, Estonia and the UK. She is currently based between Lisbon, London and Tallinn. Her multi-cultural background and exposure to diverse social and political structures in altering states of flux and stability form the backbone of Jokhova’s research and practice, that investigates the relationships between things, how social behaviour can be altered through architectural construction, body memory and the relationship between building, body and mind. Exploring social narratives and remembered ‘truths’, Jokhova questions her own subjective role in and relationship to society, history, landscape, architecture and public ‘signifiers’ such as monuments. The complex relationships between the perceived, the imagined and the accepted norm are driving factors in Jokhova’s multi-facetted practice which is also often supported by anthropological fieldwork and interviews.
João Pedro Vale & Nuno Alexandre Ferreira
João Pedro Vale (Lisbon, 1976), graduated in Sculpture from Faculdade de Belas-Artes de Lisboa and he also studied at Escola Maumaus. Since 1999, he has had several solo and group exhibitions, in Portugal as abroad. From these, we may highlight his solo shows at Galeria Leme, São Paulo (Brazil); NurtureArt, New York (USA); PLMJ Foundation, Lisbon; Museu do Chiado, Lisbon; Wuestenhagen Contemporary, Vienna (Austria); Museo Union Fenosa, Coruña (Spain). And a few groups shows, in institutions such as EDP Foundation; Guimarães 2012 – European Capital of Cultura; Museu do Chiado; Serralves Museum; Museu Colecção Berardo; Elipse Foundation; CAM - Gulbenkian; Museo Patio Herreriano de Valladolid (Espanha); Centre PasquArt (Switzerland); Estação Pinacoteca and Centre Helio Oiticica (Brazil); Gasworks, London (UK); Smithsonian Museum, Washington (USA). His works are featured in private and public collections such as Tate (London), Serralves Foundation (Porto), Museu do Chiado (Lisbon), Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisboa), Navacerrada Collection (Madrid). In 2002 he was nominated for the Latin Union Prize and in 2004 he won the City Desk Sculpture award. His work is developed in several means that go from sculpture to photography, to performances and films. He has been producing and shooting experimental films in partnership with Nuno Alexandre Ferreira. __ Nuno Alexandre Ferreira (Torres Vedras, 1973), studied Sociology at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He has been collaborating with João Pedro Vale since 2004, in several projects that go from sculpture to photography, to show production, performances and films. In 2009, they presented "Hero, Captain and Stranger" (Cine Paraíso, Museu Coleção Berardo, both in Lisbon and at the SVA Theater in New York). In 2010, they presented “English As She Is Spoke (Cine Clube de Ponta Delgada, Cinema Nimas/Festival Temps d'Image and Fundação PLMJ), in 2012 "O Rei dos Gnomos" (Paço dos Duques/Guimarães 2012 – European Capital of Culture, Galeria Leme – Brazil – and Teatro do Bairro/Queer Lisbon), and in 2013 “Werther Effect” (Lisbon and Estoril Film Festival, Carpe Diem). They were the curators of “Intendente” (proposal of curatorship to 11 Intendente’s pubs, 2014), “Gente Feliz com Lágrimas” (proposal of curatorship to the gallery Walk & Talk, Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, 2015). In 2014, they created the project BREGAS with its headquarters at their studio in Xabregas (Lisbon), where they promote activities that aren’t limited to their individual practice as plastic artists. They are the authors of the scenarios and costumes of the ballet "Quebra Nozes Quebra Nozes" from the Portuguese National Ballet (Teatro Camões) and the costumes for “Teorema” from John Romão (Rivoli, São Luiz Teatro Municipal, CCVF). For the Maria Matos Theatre, they have created the big screen “Trouble in Paradise” for the Gender Trouble (2015). In 2016, they have created the scenario to “ZULULUZU” from Teatro Praga (Istanbul Tiyatro Festivali, Istambul, Mirada – Festival Ibero-Americano de Artes Cênicas, Santos, Brazil, São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Lisboa, Rivoli, Porto). In 2017 they presented “Palhaço Rico Fode Palhaço Pobre”, in which they have fully created, staged and plastically conceived a show on their own for the first time, in co-production with BoCA (Biennial of Contemporary Arts), Teatro Municipal do Porto – Rivoli, Campo Alegre e São Luiz Teatro Municipal.
Rui Horta Pereira
Évora, 1975 Graduated in Sculpture by FBAUL, since 2000, his work has been mostly focused on sculpture and drawing, and the ways the artistic process is not detached from the artist’s, the creator’s, actions in all its ethical, social, environmental dimensions, and on how this relationship can be made successfully. He has been exhibiting regularly since 2010. Represented in the following collections: Colecção Tiqui Atencio, Colecção Carlos Caricoa (Spain), Colecção Arte Contemporânea Tróia Design Hotel, Colecção Regina Pinho (Brasil), Colección Art Fairs SL (Spain), Colecção da Biblioteca de Arte da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Colecção Fundação Carmona e Costa, Colecção Figueiredo Ribeiro and Colecção Berardo. Represented by Galeria das Salgadeiras, in Lisboa.
Belén Uriel
Belén Uriel’s research stems from the observation of everyday objects – from tools of common usage to pieces of furniture and architectural elements – investigating their sculptural potential beyond their functionality, and including their possible display in conversation with the surrounding environment.
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