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THE GALLERY CARLOS CARVALHO ARTE CONTEMPORÂNEA GALLERY ARTISTS Ricardo Angélico (1973, Angola) José Bechara (1957, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Daniel Blaufuks (1963, Lisbon, Portugal) Isabel Brison (1963, Lisbon, Portugal) Carla Cabanas (1979, Lisbon,Portugal) Manuel Caeiro (1975, Évora, Portugal) Catarina Campino (1975, Lisboa, Portugal) Mónica Capucho (1971, Lisbon, Portugal) Alexandra do Carmo (1966, Lisbon, Portugal) Paulo Catrica (1965, Lisbon, Portugal) Sandra Cinto (1968, Santo André, SP, Brazil) Roland Fischer (1957, Saarbrücken, Alemanha) Javier Núñez Gasco(1952, A Coruña, Spain) Susana Gaudêncio (1977, Lisbon, Portugal) Catarina Leitão (Estugarda, Germany) José Lourenço (1975,Lisbon, Portugal) José Batista Marques (1975, Lisbon, Portugal) Antía Moure (1981, Lugo, Espanha) Mónica de Miranda (1976, Porto, Portugal) Álvaro Negro (1973, Lalín, Espanha) Luís Nobre(1971,Lisbon, Portugal) Ana Luísa Ribeiro(1962, Lisbon, Portugal) Richard Schur(1971, Munich, Germany) Eurico Lino do Vale (1966, Porto, Portugal) Manuel Vilariño (1952, A Coruña, Espanha)


STAFF Director Carlos Carvalho tel. +(351)919 728 575 Deputy Director Manuela Oliveira Assistants Graça Santos Patrícia Barreira Marketeer Isabel Amaral Technical support Fernando Pereira

SCHEDULES The gallery is open from January the 2nd to December 31st with the following schedule: Septembre // July Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 7:30pm Saturday: 12:00am - 7:30pm August Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 7:30pm The gallery closes on holidays and summer break


MANUEL CAEIRO

MANUEL CAEIRO, Yellow grid #2, 2013 Acrylic on canvas, 95 x 90 cm

MANUEL CAEIRO, Black bronze, 2014, Acrylic on canvas 160 x 130 cm

Manuel Caeiro was born in Évora in 1975 and works and lives in Lisbon. He has studied Fine Arts at Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa and has been exhibiting regularly since 1995. From his solo exhibition we have to distinguish Amazing transparent emptiness (Crown Gallery . Bruxelas, Bélgica, 2012), Amazing white emptiness (Antigo picadeiro do Colégio dos Nobres . Lisboa, Portugal), Down side up (Lurixs-Baró), (Galeria Baró . São Paulo, Brasil, 2011), Arrufos e entulhos (Galeria Gomes Alves . Guimarães Portugal, 2011), 33’ de fama (Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa . Lisbon, Portugal, 12 000m2 dentro de um T0 (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea . Lisbon, Portugal) Domestic Viability, (Crown gallery . Bruxelas Brussels, Bélgica Belgium), DownTown (Lurixs Arte Contemporânea . Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Manuel Caeiro (Palácio Vila Flor . Guimarães, Portugal), Welcome to my loft (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, 2008), Reconstruyendo el Vacío (Cubo Azul, Léon, Spain) and Deconstruction and Rebuilding (Galeria Gomes Alves, Guimarães, Portugal). As far his exhibitions in a group, we have to mention his work in the many ARCO art fairs, La Colección (Fundación Barrié . A Coruña, Espanha, 2011), Terceira Metade (curated by Marta Mestre e Luiz Camillo Osório, MAM Rio de Janeiro . Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011), Processo e Transfiguração (Casa da Cerca . Almada, Portugal, 2010), Fiat Lux – Iluminación y creación (curated by Paulo Reis, MACUF – Museo de Arte Contemporáneo . Coruña, Spain, 2010), Parangolé: Fragmentos desde los 90 en Brasil, Portugal Y Espanha (Patio Herreriano – Museo de Arte Contemporânea Español . Valladolid, Spain, 2008), Surrounding Matta-Clark (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporeânea), Prémio Ariane de Rothschild (Palácio Galveias, Lisbon, Portugal) and Outras Arquitecturas, Outros Artistas... Outras Alternativas (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2005). He is represented in various public and private collections such as Barclays Bank, Sociedade Nacional das Farmácias, Tipografia Fernandes & Terceiro, Eastécnica, Fundação PLMJ, Francisco Pimentel & Associados SADV, Serralvarez Arquitectos, Aires Mateus Arquitectos, CGD - Culturgest, CME Lisboa, Faculdade de Direito – Universidade Clássica de Lisboa, Vítor Pinto da Fonseca, Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Europe, Lisboa, OPCA, BES Vida, Colecção Manuel de Brito, Fundació Banc Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain, Colecção AIP – Associação Industrial Portuguesa, Lisboa, Câmara Municipal de Tavira, Banco Mais.


MANUEL CAEIRO, Concentrado Cremoso #7, 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 175 x 145 cm


ROLAND FISCHER

ROLAND FISCHER, Sogo-Kobe, 2014, C-print/Diasec, 180 x 125 cm, Edição de 5 + 1 PA

Born in 1958, in Saarbrücken, Munich based photographer Roland Fischer was named by Photo Technik International one of Germany’s top ten photographers alongside Demand, Gursky, Ruff, and Struth. Roland Fischer has presented many individual exhibitions such as the ones that took place at Walter Storms galerie (Munich Museums, 3 new façades, 2013), LehmbruckMuseum, Duisburg, (Frauen-Liebe un Leben. Sammlung Klocker, 2013), Saarlandmuseum Saarbruecken, (Retrospective Roland Fischer, 2013), Flatz Museum, (Monche un Nonnen, Dorbin, Osterreich, 2012), Centro de Arte La Regenta, Las Palmas, (Retrospective Roland Fischer, 2011), Museo Domus Artium DA2, Salamanca, (Retrospective Roland Fischer, 2011), Kunstverein Kunsthalle (Lingen, 2005) Sala El Polvorín, La Ciudadela, (Pamplona, 2004), Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, (Burgos, 2004), Pinakothek der Moderne, (Munich, 2003), Artothèque de Caen, Overbeck-Gesellschaft, (Lübeck, 1995), Centre d’art contemporain,(Evry, 1996), Musée Henri Martin, (Cahors, 1991), Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, (Paris, 1989), Goethe-Institut, New York,1981. As far his exhibitions in a group, we have to mention his work in Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma, Spain (Reprodutibilitat, 2013), Aperture Foundation, New York, (The Edge Of Vision, 2009), Yakima Valley Museum, Washington, (The Human Touch, 2009) Museo Domus Artium DA2, Salamanca, (Mixed Emotions, 2008), MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, (Private Passions, Public Vision, 2008), MUSAC, Leon, (Existencias, 2007), Instituto Cervantes, Berlin, (Destino:Santiago, 2007), Surrounding Matta-Clark, 2006, Building Rooms, 2010 and Outras Arquitecturas,Outros Artistas…Outras Alternativas, 2005, both in Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea. Lisbon, Impressions of a Revolution: New Prints, Elias Fine Art, (Allston, MA, 2001) Gotische Reflecties, Stadsgalerij Heerlen, (Netherlands, 2001) Dans le bain, Institut d’art contomporain Villerbanne (Villerbanne, France, 2001) Daimler Chrysler collection, (Haus Huth Berlin, 2001), Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium (Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 2000), Faces, entre Portrait et Anonymat (Maison de la Culture Namur, Belgium,1999), Face to Face (Nederlands Foto Institut, Rotterdam, 1997) Fragments, (Museu d’art contemporani MACBA. Barcelona, 1996). He is represented in various public and private collections namely the American Express Financial Services, Banque et caisse d’epargne de l’etat Luxembourg, BCEE, the BES Art, Lisbon, the Gannett Company, Inc., D.G. Bank, Frankfurt, the Daimler Chrysler, the Dain Rauscher, Minneapolis, the De Pont Foundation, Tilburg, the Deutsche Telekom, Frankfurt, the DRAC, Ile de France, the European Patent Office, The Hague, the FDAC Seine-Saint-Denis, the FNAC Paris, FRAC Lyon, Frac Bretagne, the Fundación Ordoñez San Sebastian, the Fondació Rafael Tous d’art Contemporani, Barcelona, the Fondation Musée d’art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg, the FRAC, (Basse-Normandie, Bretagne and Lyon),the Gerling Konzern, Köln, the Microsoft art collection, Seattle, the Musée d’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Musée d’Art Moderne, Straßbourg, the Museum für Moderne Kunst, Antwerp, the Pfizer Inc., New York, the DaimlerChrysler collection, Berlin, the Helga de Alvear collection, Madrid and the von Habsburg Foundation, Salzburg.


ROLAND FISCHER, Baigorri, 2005, C-print/Diasec, 180 x 180 cm, Edition of 5 + 1 AP


JOSÉ BECHARA

José Bechara was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1957, where he lives and works. He graduated in Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro and started exibiting in 1990. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, including the ones that took place at Fundação Eva Klabin, Brazil; Culturgest, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa and Museu do Chiado, Portugal; MEIAC-Badajós, Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderna-Valencia, the Museo Patio Herreriano-Valadollid, and MARCO de Vigo, Spain. 25th Bienal Internacional de São Paulo; the 29th Panorama da Arte Brasileira; the 5th Bienal Internacional do MERCOSUL; and the 2011 Trienal de Arquitetura de Lisboa including the exhibitions “Caminhos do Contemporâneo” e “Os 90” at Brazil’s Paço Imperial in Rio de Janeiro also Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Paraná-PR, Brazil, Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro –RJ, Brazil, Museu de Arte Moderna da Bahia-BA, Brazil, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói-RJ, Brazil, Instituto Tomie Ohtake de São Paulo, Brazil, Museu Vale do Rio Doce, Vitória, Haus der Kilturen der Welt – Berlim,Germany, Ludwing Forum Fur Intl Kunst – Aachen, Germany and Kunst Museum – Haeiden Hein, Germany. His work could be seen in private and public collections such as MAM Rio de Janeiro, the Gilberto Chateaubriand Collection-BR; the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo-BR; Centre Pompidou-FR; Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz-BR; MAC Niterói – coleção João Sattamini-BR; Instituto Itaú Cultural-BR; MAM Bahia-BR; MAC Paraná-BR; Universidade Cândido MendesBR; Fundo BGA-BR; Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma-ES, and MARCO de Vigo-ES; Stitfung Brasilea-CH; Culturgest-PT; the ASU Art Museum-US; MoLLAUS; Ella Fontanal Cisneros-US, among others.

JOSÉ BECHARA, Banco para janela (série Paisagem Doméstica ou não me lembro do que dissemos ontem), 2002, Lightjet print, 120 x 80 cm, Edition of 10 + 2 AP. Photographic record: Dedina Bernardelli


JOSÉ BECHARA, Aéreo (série Nova), 2004, photography, 125 x 155 cm, Edition of 10 + 2 AP Photographic record: Vicente de Mello


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10 < 13 July 2014 Estoril, Portugal ARTISTS AT ESTArt José Bechara (1957, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Manuel Caeiro (1975, Évora, Portugal) Roland Fischer (1958, Saarbrücken, Germany)

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