Rita Ferreira

Exhibition view, "FLORA: Aquisições do Núcleo de Arte Contemporânea da CML e do Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar (2018, 2019, 2020)", curated by Sara Antónia Matos and Pedro Faro, Atelier Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon, 2021. (photo: AJMP)

Exhibition view, "FLORA: Aquisições do Núcleo de Arte Contemporânea da CML e do Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar (2018, 2019, 2020)", curated by Sara Antónia Matos and Pedro Faro, Atelier Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon, 2021. (photo: AJMP)

Exhibition view, "Mal-me-quer", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2020. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view, "Mal-me-quer", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2020. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view, "Mal-me-quer", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2020. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view, "Mal-me-quer", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2020. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Installation view, "Mais nada se move em cima do papel", curated by Sara Antónia Matos, Centro de Arte de Águeda, Portugal, 2020. (photo: Centro de Arte de Águeda)

Installation view, "Mais nada se move em cima do papel", curated by Sara Antónia Matos, Centro de Arte de Águeda, Portugal, 2020. (photo: Centro de Arte de Águeda)

Exhibition view, "A Terceira Margem", Anozero’ 19 Bienale de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal 2019. (photo: Francisco Ferreira)

Exhibition view, "A Terceira Margem", Anozero’ 19 Bienale de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal 2019. (photo: Francisco Ferreira)

Exhibition view, "Parasita", curated by João Silvério, Travessa da Eremida, Lisboa, 2019. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view, "Parasita", curated by João Silvério, Travessa da Eremida, Lisboa, 2019. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Exhibition view, "Cham"a, Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon, 2018. (photo: AMJP)

Exhibition view, "Cham"a, Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon, 2018. (photo: AMJP)

Exhibition view, "Tudo o que é profundo ama a máscara", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon 2017

Exhibition view, "Tudo o que é profundo ama a máscara", 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon 2017

Exhibition view, "Boca Seca Coluna Húmida", Galeria Diferença, Lisboa 2017

Exhibition view, "Boca Seca Coluna Húmida", Galeria Diferença, Lisboa 2017

Nuno Sousa Vieira (1971, Leiria, Portugal) lives and works between Leiria and Lisbon. PhD degree with the thesis “O Ateliê – Do Mundo Para o Lugar. Sala de Exposição (1971/2015)” by Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa. Nuno Sousa Vieira has developed an extensive practice around his artist’s studio, located in the former SIMALA Plastics Factory. The sculptures, a vast array of industrial materials, architectural elements, and neglected furniture, result from a process of translating the workspace into work material, and later into work subject. Selected exhibitions: Uma Vida Inteira, curated by Ana Rito, Banco das Artes Galeria, Leiria (2021); Bom dia lua, Museu Municipal Amadeo de Souza Cardoso, Amarante (2021) Deep Line, Fundação Carmona e Costa, Lisbon (2020) Me, myself and the others, 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisboa (2019); Constellations: a choreography of minimal gestures, curated by Ana Rito & Hugo Barata, Museu Coleção Berardo, CCB, Lisbon (2019); Nasci num dia curto de inverno, Fundação Portuguesas das Comunicações, Lisbon (2017); Portugal Portugueses, curated by Emanuel Araújo, Museu Afro Brasil, São Paulo (2016); Uma vida inteira, Fábrica de plásticos Simala, Leiria (2014); Uma ateliê, uma fábrica e uma sala de exposição, nem sempre por esta ordem, Círculo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra, Coimbra (2013); Wall stop for this, Appleton – Associação Cultura, Lisbon (2012); Collecting collections and concepts, uma viagem iconoclasta por coleções de coisas em formas de assim, Guimarães Capital Europeia da Cultura, Fábrica ASA, Guimarães (2012); Somos nós que mudamos quando tomamos efetivamente conhecimento do outro, Pavilhão Branco, Lisbon (2011); Don’t underestimate the impact of the workplace (comissioned by MA Curatorial Practice, University College Falmouth), Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn (2010); Let’s Talk About Houses: When Art Speaks Architecture [BUILDING, UNBUILDING, INHABIT], curated by Delfim Sardo, Museu do Chiado, Lisbon (2010). National and international collections include: PINTA – Latin América, Miami, USA; Modern Art Museum of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Navacerrada collection, Madrid, Spain; Teixeira de Freitas, Portugal; Coleção António Cachola, Elvas, Portugal; Coleção Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal; and the Portuguese State’s Contemporary Art Collection.

Obras seleccionadas

Mal-me-quer, 2020, Oil on paper, steel cables, cable clamps and iron structure, diptych, 270 x 244 x 217 cm. Fundação EDP Collection. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2020, Oil on paper, steel cables, cable clamps and iron structure, diptych, 270 x 244 x 217 cm. Fundação EDP Collection. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Fantasma, 2020, permanent ink on plastic, 46,5 x 36,5 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Fantasma, 2020, permanent ink on plastic, 46,5 x 36,5 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Tarte, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure, 187 x 158,5 x 4 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Tarte, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure, 187 x 158,5 x 4 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure, 187 x 158,5 x 4cm. Norlinda e José Lima Collection. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure, 187 x 158,5 x 4cm. Norlinda e José Lima Collection. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Parasita, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure,
350 x 250 cm.
(photo: Bruno Lopes)

Parasita, 2019, oil on paper and iron structure,
350 x 250 cm.
(photo: Bruno Lopes)

Limoeiro, 2019, Oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, 86,5 x 61 x 3 cm

Limoeiro, 2019, Oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, 86,5 x 61 x 3 cm

Bago/Cacho, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, diptych,
(2x) 86,5 x 61 x 3 cm

Bago/Cacho, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, diptych,
(2x) 86,5 x 61 x 3 cm

Figueira-da-índia, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, triptych,
(3x) 86,5 x 61 x 3cm. Millennium BCP Collection

Figueira-da-índia, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, triptych,
(3x) 86,5 x 61 x 3cm. Millennium BCP Collection

Pétala, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, triptych,
86,5 x 61 x 3cm.

Pétala, 2019, oil on paper, iron structure and magnets, triptych,
86,5 x 61 x 3cm.

Mal-me-quer, 2020, oil on paper, 86,5 x 61 cm.
(photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2020, oil on paper, 86,5 x 61 cm.
(photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2020, oil on paper, 67,5 x 61 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

Mal-me-quer, 2020, oil on paper, 67,5 x 61 cm. (photo: Bruno Lopes)

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