AURÉLIA DE SOUSA, JOSÉ MALHOA, CONDEIXA, ALMADA NEGREIROS, SARAH AFFONSO, CARLOS BOTELHO, MÁRIO BOTAS,
MÁRIO CESARINY, MARCELINO VESPEIRA, JÚLIO POMAR, JOSÉ ESCADA, RENÉ BÉRTHOLO, EDUARDO NERY, ANTÓNIO AREAL,
GAETAN, MANUEL COSTA CABRAL, VÍTOR POMAR, JURGEN BOCK, JULIÃO SARMENTO, PEDRO CALAPEZ, PEDRO CASQUEIRO, NELSON CARDOSO,
GEORG SCHALLA, UWE LINDAU, AXEL HEIL, CARLOS HENRICH, ADRIANA MOLDER, GIL HEITOR CORTESÃO, RUI TOSCANO,
PEDRO GOMES, IVO MOREIRA-BASSANTI, FEIJÃO, PEDRO CUNHA, RITA GT, ANA FONSECA,THOMÁS MENDONÇA,
ANA CESÁRIA, SAÚL ROQUE GAMEIRO, JAYME REIS, ELISA QUEIROZ, GABRIEL BRITO NUNES, MARIANA COGGIOLA,
GASPARD DELANOÉ, ETSUKO KOBAYASHI, BRUNO DUMOND, SUISSE MAROCAIN, ALIOCHA, FRANCESCO BOUHBAL, FABESKO,
PEDRIN GARCIA, LUIS CHRISTELLO, GUNDULA FRIESE, MARCUS LEATHERDALE, R. WERREBROUCK, MATHIAS THOMAS,
GREGO GARCIA, ZAMBEZE ALMEIDA, MORANGUINHO,
MINORU NIIZUMA, SHINTARO NAKAOKA, ENNIO BERNARDO, PEDRO RAMOS,
among many others.
Since we had a gallery in Lisbon which was well known by dealing with some of the most notorious/representative
Portuguese painters from XIX-XX centuries, as well as the international contemporary artists we represented,
during 20 years (1992-12),
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If you're looking for LARGE SCALE marble sculptures, we might be able to show you a charming SCULPTURE GARDEN just outside Lisbon
(PT 1934 - 1980)
Pedrinhas e Ossinhos
oil on canvas
80 x 40 cm
Certainly one of TOP Portuguese artists ever. Between 1960 and 1971 he lived in Paris diving into abstraction, three-dimensional cut-outs and collages.
Joined one of the most important group of artists in the 60's in Paris, KWYGroup with other stunning artists: René Bértholo, Lourdes Castro, António Costa Pinheiro, Gonçalo Duarte, João Vieira, Christo andJan Voss.
Critical texts also in the unique "KWY " publicationsin Paris during the 60's.
In 2016 Lisbon's Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian - Centro de Arte Moderna had his retrospective exhibition.
mixed media on wood
168 x 262 cm
1979 Karlsruhe's Art Academy under Markus Lüpertz. IWKA group in the 80's with Georg Schalla and Ralf Bühler which "saved the building" and led to ZKM Museum.
Lindau devours huge history books, plays piano dramatically, has a deep critic sense of mankind and it's hypocrisy and an accurate humour.
He never leaves his studio:
-"THERE'S NO TIME - IHAVE TO REACT!!!" strongly over his boards on infinite layers.
Würth is one of his biggest collectors.
"I'm not painting according to the established rules, you'll have to say that I'm exploding - occasionally - like a volcano - sleeping a hundred years and then ...
I do not listen to music when I paint - the TV is rushing to me.
Leonardo inspires me... I love piloting battles, but also the desert". Uwe Lindau.
The Awful Shapes of The Trees /
signed/dated Cabriz 1994
acrylic on canvas
115 x 80 cm.
One of the most internationally known Portuguese contemporary artists since the 80's. He began exhibiting film, video, sound, painting, sculpture, installation and multimedia in the early seventies, but also developed several site-specific projects. Represented Portugal at the Venice Biennial 1997.
1980 - 83 Studied Painting and Sculpture at AR.CO Art School in Lisbon under Graça Costa Cabral. In 1988 represented Portugal in the Iwate-Machi StoneSculpture Symposium - Japan, under Minoru NIIZUMA.
One of his biggest installations belongs to the Berardo Collection in Lisbon. Last solo show was Alquimia (Na Tasca), catalogue by Rajele Jain, Travessa da Ermida - Belém, Lisbon 2017.
Cardoso reflects the joy and drama(???) of SUBURBAN cultures of the Mega-Polis with it's common people.
Lately he focuses also on the lack of straight communication due to too much technology devices everywhere.
"We are reminded of the significance of companions, community, togetherness, bodies. This is also another aspect: the meaning of bodies in the communication process In today’s time of post- and trans-human concepts and virtual messengers." Rajele Jain.
Ivo Moreira - Bassanti
acrylic on canvas
80 x 200 cm
1997 Studied Arts at Escola António Arroio, Lisbon and briefly Lisbon's Art Academy.
1999 - 2013 Artist‑in‑residence at Zé dos Bois Gallery. Through autobiographical painting eyes, he writes, sings, performs, paints murals, installs... and travels... notable artbooks too...
In 2010 "Arte Ocupa Lisbon, Paris... and also Hamburg", project of Carlos Henrich, co-curatory Rajele Jain, which led him to "Wearable Paintings" in Paris, creating incredible ART CLOTHING, and more...
-Keep an eye on him!!!
(BR/ DE - Baden 1965)
(partnership Kazike) 2009
polyester resin sphere
diameter 90 cm
speaker, Sub Audio Oscilator (C946 Club of The Knobs), amplifier, nylon, aluminium case, stethoscope.
1985 - 90 Karlsruhe's Art Academy - Master degree on Painting under Prof. Rainer Küchenmeister. Parallel started stone sculpture in Évora (PT). Since 1990 lives in Lisbon. Represented by gAD galeria in Lisbon between 1994 - 2012.
Began Sound Sculptures at IWKA studios, KHR in 1986.
Sound sculptures solo shows at Travessa da Ermida Belém (2009, 2015), Museu Arqueológico do Carmo (2017) and Museu do Teatro Romano (2018). Several awards on painting and sculpture including Edinfor - EDP Prize and lately The New Art Fest’17 for BEST MEDIA in partnership with Kazike.
2010 Created "Arte Ocupa Lisbon, Paris...", co-curatory Rajele Jain, artistic residencies of which the last was in Japan and AVAV (36), by Astronauta Mecanico, Roppongi Basecamp TOKYO (2015).
(PT/ BR 1978)
drawing graphite on tracing paper,
Fabriano paper, acid free paper tape
163 x 126 cm
Works in Lisbon. Middlesex University (BA Honours Fine Art) 2003; Chelsea College of Arts Foundation (Art & Design,) London 1999-00.
Exhibits since 2004: Palácio da Ajuda, Museu Nacional dos Coches, Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo – Lisbon; Museu Soares dos Reis - Oporto.
Recently featured on “The Word is Art” by Michael Petry (Thames and Hudson Ed.).
Conceptual and multidisciplinary practice. Inspired on her own family history contextualized within the big issues in contemporary culture or comparing them with different historical periods. Recently interested on social media and editing apps, led her to explore our relationship with museums and art.