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CARLOS CARVALHO

ARTE CONTEMPORÂNEA (Lisbon, Portugal)

Booth: nº29 Matadero, Madrid, Spain

ARTISTS AT MADRIDFOTO Daniel Blaufuks (1963, Lisbon, Portugal) Isabel Brison (1980, Lisboa, Portugal) Carla Cabanas (1979, Lisboa, Portugal) Paulo Catrica (1965, Lisbon, Portugal) Roland Fischer (1958, Saarbrücken, Germany) Javier Núñez Gasco (1971, Salamanca, Spain) Eurico Lino do Vale (1966, Porto, Portugal)


DANIEL BLAUFUKS

DANIEL BLAUFUKS, Untitled, (from the series Hiato), 2006 C-Print, 120 x 160 cm

Daniel Blaufuks was born in Lisbon in 1964. He graduated in Photography Studies by Ar.Co., Lisbon, 1989, Royal College of Art, London, 1993 and Watermill Center, New York, 1994. He was one of the founders of the visual arts school Maumaus and has worked as a teacher at Maumaus, Ar.Co, ETIC, EPI, all in Lisbon, and SESC, in Rio de Janeiro. About his individual exhibitions we have to mention Três quartos de memória (Fundação Eva Klabin, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2011), Hoje é sempre ontem (comissariada por Luiz Camillo Osório, MAM, Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2011), Perecs Büro (curated by Sérgio Mah, Kunstverein Ruhr, Essen, Germany, 2010), Viagens com a minha tia (Solar Galeria de Arte Cinemática . Vila do Conde, Portugal, 2009), Album (Centro Cultural Vila Flor . Guimarães, Portugal, 2008), Cinema Motel, (Elga Wimmer PCC, New York City, 2006), No Próximo Sábado, (Gallery Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2006), A Perfect Day, (Museu do Chiado, Lisbon, 2005), Tomorrow is a Long Place, (Lurixs Arte Contemporânea, Rio de Janeiro, 2004), Collected Short Stories, (Centro de Arte Moderna, Fund. Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, 2003), Exile, (Image Galery, Aarhus, 2001), Tasso, (Mois de la Photo, Paris, 1996) and Ein Tag in Mostar, (Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Goethe-Institut, Madrid, 1996). As far her exhibitions in a group, we have to mention his work in Staging the Archive (MACE – Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas . Elvas, Portugal, 2011), Between Times, Instants, intervals, durations (Photoespaña.Teatro Fernán Gómez, Centro de Arte . Madrid, Spain, 2010), Da outra margem do Atlântico, alguns exemplos da fotografia e do vídeo português (curated by Paulo Reis, Centro de Artes Hélio Oiticica . Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 50 Anos de Arte Portuguesa, (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, 2007), BES Photo, (Centro Cultural de

DANIEL BLAUFUKS, Untitled, (from the series Hiato), 2006 C-Print, 120 x 160 cm

Belem, Lisbon, 2007), Del Zero al 2005, (Fundacion Marcelino Botin, Santander, 2005), Erich Kahn, (Museu de Arte Moderna – Colecção Berardo, Sintra, 2005), 20 + 1, (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporânea, Santiago de Compostela, 2004), We Are The World, (Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, 2004), RE-Location Shake, (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, 2004), Pallazzo delle Libertà, Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena, 2003, Arquivo e Simulação - Archive and Simulation, (LisbonPhoto, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, 2003), Artists in Residence 2002-2003, (Location One, New York, 2003), Open Studios, (International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York, 2002), London Art Biennale,(Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 2000), O Autoretrato na Colecção, (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, 1999), Linha de Sombra, (Centro de Arte Moderna, Lisbon, 1999), Biennale Internazionale di Fotografia, (Palazzo Bricherasio, Torino, 1997), En la piel de Toro, (Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, 1997), Carnets de Route, (Galerie Contretype, Bruxelas, 1997), Imagens para os Anos 90, (Fundação de Serralves, Porto, Culturgest Lisbon, 1993). He is represented in various public and private collections such as Byrd Hoffman Foundation, New York, Centro de Arte Moderna da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporânea, Santiago de Compostela, Centro Português de Fotografia, Porto, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, Colecção BES, Lisbon, Fundação PLMJ, Lisbon, MEIAC, Badajoz, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Funchal, Museu de Arte Contemporânea - Colecção Berardo, Sintra, O Museu Temporário, Lisbon, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena, Sagamore Art Collection, Miami and The Progressive Collection, Ohio.


DANIEL BLAUFUKS, Untitled, (from the series Endless End), 2005, C-Print, 30 x 40 cm, Ed. 5

DANIEL BLAUFUKS, The breakfast table, 2006-2007, C-Print, 120 x 160 cm, Ed. 5

We may define Daniel Blaufuks as an artist capable of contradicting the norm, who expandes and deformes the landscape in order to allow different levels of reading that will in many cases elude his initial intentions. To a certain extent, almost all of Daniel Blaufuks´s works are in the manner of a polyphonic experiment, from arranged ideas; a montage of sequences in a cinematic style, independently of the fact that in many cases it does not valorise a narrative linearity, but, rather, a game of language in the sense of Wittengenstein. In Blaufuks´s work everything has to do with the evolution of the thought process, like a river capable of shaping its own course and ending at the right place. Everything is the product of an event about which we know nothing and in which it doesn´t matter who the protagonists are. Everything is true, and what is not, is pure imagination. Or, in any case, a series of notes that will be of use to him in another story in images, one of those stories capable of building itself. Blaufuks is interested in that suspended moment, that is his decisive moment, precisely the non-decision, the event resulting from the space between two virtual events, the moment of lack of communication in this universe of continuous communication, of saturation of apparently decisive instants, that do not allow the encountering of meaning, at every second, in a simple gesture. Thus, each photograph points out an option, a choice, a phrase, word or story. DAVID BARRO

DANIEL BLAUFUKS, Untitled, (from the series Endless End), 2005, C-Print, 30 x 40 cm, Ed. 5

DANIEL BLAUFUKS, Untitled, (from the series Endless End), 2005, C-Print, 30 x 40 cm, Ed. 5


Views from the exhibition O Ofício de Viver (03/17 to 05/29 2010), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition O Ofício de Viver (03/17 to 05/29 2010), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


ISABEL BRISON

ISABEL BRISON, Casas de férias no Planeta Terra #1, 2011 Lambda print, 70 x 100 cm (Ed of 5)

ISABEL BRISON, Casas de férias no Planeta Terra #1, 2011 Lambda print, 70 x 100 cm (Ed of 5)

Isabel Brison’s (Lisbon, Portugal, 1980) main activity consists in walking around town, studying the uses of public space and the relative importance of buildings in the urban fabric. She takes pictures of what she considers to be most interesting and reorganize them in photomontages, producing images of alternative places from bits of real ones. Some of these montages focus on architecture, some on landscape, urban sculpture or monumental public space. They can be divided into two main types: the symbolic – architecturally impossible clusters intended to portray specific cities or places – and what we may call the programmatic, in the sense of that which is conceivable and imbued with a certain purpose. In this line of work she attempts to use hotomontage as a tool for manipulating space in a projectual sense, not limited to the creation of fictions but focused instead on considering the unofficial use potential of certain places. These works are sometimes accompanied by texts that describe in raw and unadorned terms their process of creation and the intentions underlying it. In addition to this, she collaborates egularly with the visual artist Nuno Rodrigues de Sousa in the production of installation and video pieces proceeding from a concurrence of interests, namely in the representation and production of meaning brought about by real or imaginary transformations in architectural and urban space.

ISABEL BRISON, Casas de férias no Planeta Terra #1, 2011 Lambda print, 70 x 100 cm (Ed of 5)

Solo Shows (selection) About his solo shows we have to mention Daqui não se vê bem (2011, with Nuno Rodrigues de Sousa, Ateliers do Largo Barão de Quintela. Lisboa, Portugal), Feitos Recentes - Projecto Terraço (2010, curated by Filipa Oliveira, Arte Lisboa 2010 – Centro de Congressos de Lisboa Pavilhão do Rio . Lisbon, Portugal), Fets recents en la história de les ciutats, Galeria Indecor . Lleida, Espanha), A Paisagem Possível (2009, Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Espaço Zoom . Lisbon, Portugal) bout his most noteworthy group exhibitions we have to mention his regular participations on Muito Obrigado Arte Portugués del siglo XXI en la colección Coca Cola (2010, DA2 Domus Artium . Salamanca, Spain), Paisatges interiors (2010, curated by Jesús Vilamajó, Museu de Lleida: Diocesà I Comarcal . Lleida, Espanha), Opções e Futuros #5 (2009, Fundação PLMJ . Lisbon, Portugal. He is represented in the following collections Fundação Coca-Cola, Spain and BesArt . Lisbon, Portugal

ISABEL BRISON, Viaduto #2 (cidadela), 2011 Impressão Lambda, 80 x 108 cm


Views from the exhibition O futuro da vida urbana em ruínas (01/14 to 02/25 2012), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition O futuro da vida urbana em ruínas (01/14 to 02/25 2012), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


CARLA CABANAS

CARLA CABANAS, O que ficou do que foi - O Álbum Desconhecido, 2012 Intervenção sobre impressão a jacto de tinta, 60 x 80 cm 110 x 110 cm [frame size]

CARLA CABANAS, O que ficou do que foi - O Álbum Desconhecido, 2012 Intervenção sobre impressão a jacto de tinta, 60 x 80 cm 110 x 110 cm [frame size]

Carla Cabanas was born in Lisbon in 1979 and works and lives in Lisbon. Carla Cabanas has graduated in 2004 in the Advanced course of the Maumaus School - school of Visual Arts in Lisbon and she also graduated in Arts in the Escola Superior de Tecnologia, Gestão, Arte e Design in 2003. She participated in several workshops with Gary Stevens and Rebecca Schneider on Performance, at Cauloste Gulbenkian Foundation, and on Photography with Fernando Tropa. About her individual exhibitions we distinguish O Album Desconhecido (Museu Nacional de História Natural - Sala do Veado), A casa onde Nasci e outras histórias, (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisboa), Travel Pictures (Centro de Artes das Caldas da Rainha, 2008) Lugares (Bores & Mallo Gallery, 2004) and Landscapes (Pahldata, 2004, curated by Luísa Soares de Oliveira). About her group exhibitions we distinguish Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Paraty - Paraty off,

CARLA CABANAS, O que ficou do que foi - O Álbum Desconhecido, 2012 Intervenção sobre impressão a jacto de tinta, 60 x 80 cm 110 x 110 cm [frame size]

(Colaboração com Susana Guardado), Paraty e no Ateliê da Imagem, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2011), Personal Dj - Arquivo de Retratos Sonoros (Colaboração com Susana Guardado), Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, Lisboa, 2010), Personal Dj - Arquivo de Retratos Sonoros” (Colaboração com Susana Guardado, Museu da República, Galeria Lago, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil), Exposição #05 (Encontro entre a paisagem e a abstracção, comissariada por Luísa Especial, Espaço BES Arte & Finança, Lisboa.Urbanismo: Linhas e Contornos (24B, Oeiras, 2006) and PANDORA’S B., BAC! International Festival of contemporary art in Barcelona X Edition, CCCB-Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona, Barcelona. She recently received honorable mention for Purificación García Award 2012.

CARLA CABANAS, O que ficou do que foi - O Álbum Desconhecido, 2012 Intervenção sobre impressão a jacto de tinta, 60 x 80 cm 110 x 110 cm [frame size]


Views from the exhibition A casa onde nasci e outras hist贸rias (05/13 to 06/24 2009), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor芒nea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition A casa onde nasci e outras hist贸rias (05/13 to 06/24 2009), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor芒nea, Lisbon, Portugal


PAULO CATRICA

PAULO CATRICA, Lfc 453 2/8/2006 16:07 hrs f32/1:00 min, 2006 Inkjet print, 90 x 106 cm, Ed. 3 +1+1 A.P.

PAULO CATRICA, Mfc197, 2006 Inkjet print, 90 x 106 cm, Ed. 3 +1+1 A.P.

Born in 1965 in Lisbon, Paulo Catrica lives in Lisbon. He studied photography in Ar. Co. and graduated in History in 1992, finishing his master degree of Image and Communication at the Goldsmith College of London in 1997. At the moment he is taking his master’s degree in photography at the Westminster’s University in London and in 1998 he started exhibiting his work at the Portuguese Centre of Photography in Porto. Paulo Catrica’s main subject of work is contemporary landscapes in transformation due to the continual impact of the economic and social cycles; its object of research is mainly the way people treat the landscape, how they alter it and how they deal with the spaces. About his individual exhibitions we distinguish Subtopia (London Gallery West . Middlesex, Inglaterra, 2011), Community without propinquity (MK Gallery . Milton Keynes, Inglaterra, 2011), TNSC A prospectus archive (Centro de Artes de

PAULO CATRICA, Lfc514 11:00 to 11:12hrs f32/12 min, 2006, Inkjet Print, Ed. 3 +1+1 A.P.

Sines. Sines, Portugal, 2011; Museu da Electricidade. Lisbon, Portugal), Opera (Circuit Gallery . Böhmer, Toronto, Canada, 2010), Re-hospitalidade: H08 (SiloEspaço Cultural do Norte Shoping . Porto, Portugal, 2009), Images & Pictures (Arquivo Fotográfico de Lisboa Lisbon . Portugal, 2008), Fotografias 1997/2005 (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea . Lisboa Lisbon, Portugal, 2006), The White Room Series (Middlands Art Center . Birmingham, Reino Unido United Kingdom, 2004), You are here (Casa da Cultura da Calheta . Madeira, Portugal, 2003), Liceus de Portugal (Instituto Camões . Paris, França France, 2002). He is represented in various public and private collections namely the National Collection of Fotografia/CPF, the Museum of London, the National Monuments Record in England, the Center of Visual Arts of Coimbra, or the Photographic Archive of the City council of Lisbon.

PAULO CATRICA, Lfc 450 1/8/2006 15:07hrs f32/4 sec. 2006, Inkjet Print, Ed. 3 +1+1 A.P.


Views from the exhibition More pictures about buildings, houses, cards and islands (11/19 to 12/31 2011), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor창nea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition More pictures about buildings, houses, cards and islands (11/19 to 12/31 2011), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor창nea, Lisbon, Portugal


JAVIER NÚÑEZ GASCO

Javier Núñez Gasco was born in Salamanca, Spain in 1971. About his solo shows we have to mention Misérias Ilimitadas, Lda. Pantallas sensibles (curated by Javier Panera, DA2 Domus Artium 2002 – Centro de Arte de Salamanca . Salamanca, Spain), Tu Creador no te olvida, Espaço Land, Lisbon, Portugal) Registros (2004, curated by por Javier Panera, DA2 Domus Artium 2002 – Centro de Arte de Salamanca . Salamanca, Spain). On his group shows we distinguish VIII Edição do Concurso Bienal de fotografia Purificación Garcia, (Museu da Cidade . Lisboa Lisbon, Portugal and Palácio de Cristal . Porto, Portugal, 2011), Abismos Contemporâneos I Look Up! Natural Porto Art Show (2010, comissariado por curated by David Barro, Fundação da Juventude – Palácio das Artes . Porto, Portugal), Spain on the Edge – Limits of a Narrative Conflict NEXT: the invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art (2010, curated by Nacho Ruiz), No future Art Bus (2008, comissariada por curated by Raúl Martínez e Michele Robecchi, Monkey Town . New York, United States), Idílios (2007, curated by Javier Panera, DA2 Domus Artium 2002 – Centro de Arte de Salamanca . Salamanca, Spain, “War trade…” (2006, curated by por Ramón Mateos), “Video Lounge”, La Constancia, “Plataforma Puebla 2006” (curated by Priamo Losada and Barbara Perea, Puebla, México), Luzboa – Bienal Internacional da Luz (curated by Mário Caeiro; organización Extramuros – Associação Cultural para a Cidade,

Lisbon, Portugal), Sin Miramiento Alguno – Arte Iberoamericano Actual (curated by Omar-Pascual Castillo; organización: Alexis Esquível, Martha Elizabeth Laguna, Raúl Genaro), Bienal de la Habana Playa, Havana . Havana, Cuba), Making Life Come to Life: Ben d’Armagnac (curated by Claudine Hellweg, Ardi Poels, Stedelijk Museum . Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Videomix: Geometrías del Deseo (curated by Javier Duero, La Casa Encendida . Madrid, Spain, Resonance (curated by Dominique Busch, The Netherlands Instituut voor Mediakunst, Montevideo . Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Seducidos por el Accidente (curated by David Barro, Fundación Luis Seoane . La Coruña, Spain). He is represented in the following collections: Junta de Castilla y León, Spain, Museo de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain Instituto de la Juventud, Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales, Madrid, Spain, Ayuntamiento de Leganés, Madrid, Spain, Centro Fotográfico Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, DA2 Domus Artium 2002 – Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, ADIAC – Associação para a Difusão Internacional da Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal, COFF – Centro Ordóñez-Falcón de Fotografía, San Sebastián, Spain, O Espaço do Tempo, Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal.

JAVIER NÚÑEZ GASCO, Sueño de una noche de Verano, 2011 Digital lambda print on polyester, 125 x 167, 5 cm, Ed. of 5


Views from Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea’s booth at Arte Lisboa (November 2011), Lisbon, Portugal


Views from Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea’s booth at Arte Lisboa (November 2011), Lisbon, Portugal


ROLAND FISCHER

ROLAND FISCHER, LinLin (Chinese Pool Portrait), 2007 C-Print/Diasec,142 x 161 cm, Ed. of 5

Born in 1958, in Saarbrücken, Munich based photographer Roland Fischer was recently 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 to name a few: 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 Surrounding Matta-Clark, 2006 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

ROLAND FISCHER, Shirley (Chinese Pool Portrait), 2007 C-Print/Diasec,142 x 161 cm, Ed. of 5


Views from the exhibition Workshow (05/14 to 06/21 2008), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor창nea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition Workshow (05/14 to 06/21 2008), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contempor창nea, Lisbon, Portugal


EURICO LINO DO VALE

EURICO LINO DO VALE, S/ Título (da série from the series Germany 1997/1998) Silver gelatine print, 115 x 115 cm, Ed. of 5

Eurico Lino do Vale analyses portrait in all its contents and formal representations sometimes according to a sociological view as in Portraits of Men, or Alfama portraits or an historic view such as The tombs of the kings of Portugal, giving to the persons or characters the strong heritage of the Occidental painting tradition. Eurico Lino do Vale was born in Oporto, in 1966. He lives and works in Lisbon. He is graduated in Photography Studies by Ar.Co. Lisbon Center for Art and Visual Communication in Lisbon, Royal College of Art in London and Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf, Germany and has been exhibiting regularly since 1992. [Solo shows] Retrato(s) da Aldeia da Luz (Museu da Luz Aldeia da Luz . Mourão, Portugal, 2009), Retratos dos Túmulos dos Reis de Portugal (Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea . Lisbon, Portugal, 2007) and A Nova Geração (Centro de Arte Moderna da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian . Lisbon, Portugal, 2001). [Group exhibitions] Colectiva (Galeria Oliva Arauna. Madrid, Spain, 2011), Da outra margem do Atlántico, exemplos da fotografia e vídeo português (curated by Paulo Reis, Centro de Artes Hélio Oiticica, Brasil, Portugal, 2010), Aperture (Palácio Cadaval . Évora, Portugal, 2009), Retratos de Sombras (BES Photo – Museu Colecção Berardo. Lisbon, Portugal, 2008), Photoespaña (Centro Cultural Conde Duque . Madrid, Spain, 2008), Colecção BES (Museu Colecção Berardo. Lisboa Lisbon, Portugal, 2008), [RE]VISITAÇÕES_a partir de Pontormo (curated by Luís Serpa, Galeria Luís Serpa . Lisbon, Portugal, 2005), Extensão do olhar (CAV Centro de Artes Visuais . Coimbra, Portugal, 2005), Contrato Social (curated by João Pinharanda, Museu Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro . Lisbon, Portugal, 2005), Densidade Relativa (Centro de Arte Moderna . Lisbon, Portugal, 2005), horizont(e) (Cordoaria Nacional . Lisboa Lisbon, Portugal, 2004), Contemporary Art from Portugal (European Central Bank . Frankfurt, Alemanha Germany, 2002), Accrocharge 04/02 (Galeria Luís Serpa . Lisbon, Portugal, 2002), Roundgang (Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Alemanha Germany, 1999), Lab 8 (organized by João Fiadeiro, Lugar Comum, Fábrica da Pólvora . Barcarena, Portugal, 1998). [Collections] Centro de Arte Moderna da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal, Maison Européene de la Photographie, Paris, France, Fundação PLMJ, Lisbon, Portugal, Arquivo Fotográfico da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, Banco Central Europeu, Frankfurt, Alemanha Germany, BES Art Banco Espírito Santo, Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal and Museu Temporário, Lisbon, Portugal

EURICO LINO DO VALE, Maria Luísa, 1998 Silver gelatine print, 115 x 115 cm, Ed. of 5


Views from the exhibition Retrato dos Túmulos dos Reis de Portugal (05/09 to 06/16 2007), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


Views from the exhibition Retrato dos Túmulos dos Reis de Portugal (05/09 to 06/16 2007), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Portugal


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GALLERY ARTISTS Ricardo Angélico José Bechara Daniel Blaufuks Isabel Brison Carla Cabanas Manuel Caeiro Catarina Campino Mónica Capucho Alexandra do Carmo Paulo Catrica Sandra Cinto Roland Fischer Javier Núñez Gasco Susana Gaudêncio Catarina Leitão José Lourenço José Batista Marques Antía Moure Álvaro Negro Luís Nobre Ana Luísa Ribeiro Richard Schur Eurico Lino do Vale Manuel Vilariño

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