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interest in the above-mentioned areas and intends to continue in the same direction although, if possible, with increasingly broader choices. To date, he has participated in different national publications: publishing houses, newspapers, magazines, advertising agencies, artistic illustration and comic projects. He has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Portugal. Awards: In 2014, Special Prize of Humorgrafe, at the 4th Biennial of Humour Luís d’Oliveira Guimarães, in Penela. Winner of the Lisbon Sardine Festival Contest, promoted by EGAC, 2011. In 2009, he was awarded the Stuart Award for Press Drawing of El Corte Inglés for the best Portuguese Press cartoon/caricature. “Juventude de Ilustração” prize winner, at the XIX National Salon for Press Humour in Oeiras, 2005. Honourable Mention at the 9th Portuguese-Galician Salon of Caricature in Vila Real, 2005. _____

Jorge Gonçalves Nasceu em Lisboa em 1964. Licenciou-se em Design de Comunicação pela Escola Superior de Belas-Artes de Lisboa e fez mestrado em Theatre Design na Slade School of Fine Art em Londres (onde foi bolseiro da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian). Leciona no mestrado em Artes Cénicas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Desenha semanalmente um cartoon editorial para «O Inimigo Público» (Público). Publica banda desenhada em jornais e revistas, desde 1978, em Portugal, Espanha, França e Itália. Dos vários livros editados destacam-se a trilogia de Filipe Seems (com Nuno Artur Silva), A Arte Suprema e Rei (com Rui Zink) ou O Senhor Abílio. Criou o projeto Subway Life (http://www.subway-life.com/) desenhando pessoas sentadas nas carruagens do metro em Londres, Berlim, Estocolmo, Nova Iorque, São Paulo, Tóquio, Atenas, Moscovo e Cairo. Concebeu cenografia e figurinos para teatro nas peças O Que Diz Molero, Arte ou Como Fazer Coisas com Palavras, entre outras.

O desenho digital em tempo real tem sido uma das suas principais atividades: integrou várias performances com músicos, bailarinos e atores em Portugal, França, Alemanha, Japão e EUA, entre as quais o Concerto Desenhado com o pianista Mário Laginha ou a ópera Antígono com a orquestra Divino Sospiro.

Born in Lisbon in 1964. He graduated in Communication Design from the School of Fine Arts in Lisbon and received his Master’s degree in Theatre Design from the Slade School of Fine Art in London (where he had a scholarship from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation). He teaches in the Master’s Course in Performing Arts at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He draws a weekly editorial cartoon for “O Inimigo Público” (Público newspaper). He has been publishing comics in newspapers and magazines since 1978 in Portugal, Spain, France and Italy. He has published several books, including the trilogy of Filipe Seems (with Nuno Artur Silva), A Arte Suprema and Rei (with Rui Zink), or Senhor Abílio. He created the Subway Life project (http://www. subway-life.com/), drawing people sitting in the subway carriages in London, Berlin, Stockholm, New York, São Paulo, Tokyo, Athens, Moscow and Cairo. He designed the theatre scenery and costumes for the plays O Que Diz Molero, Arte or Como Fazer Coisas com Palavras, among others. Real-time digital drawing has been one of his main activities: he has participated in several performances with musicians, dancers and actors in Portugal, France, Germany, Japan and USA, including Concerto Desenhado with the pianist Mário Laginha, and (or) the opera Antígono with the Divino Sospiro orchestra. _____

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Cartoons do Ano 2017  

António Antunes, José Bandeira, Carlos Brito, André Carrilho, Augusto Cid, Cristina Sampaio, Vasco Gargalo, António Jorge Gonçalves, António...

Cartoons do Ano 2017  

António Antunes, José Bandeira, Carlos Brito, André Carrilho, Augusto Cid, Cristina Sampaio, Vasco Gargalo, António Jorge Gonçalves, António...