Teresa Braula Reis

Exhibition view, "Público/Privado - Doce Calma ou Violência Doméstica", curated by Miguel Sousa Ribeiro, Centro de Arte de Sines, 2020. (photo: CAS)

Exhibition view, "Público/Privado - Doce Calma ou Violência Doméstica", curated by Miguel Sousa Ribeiro, Centro de Arte de Sines, 2020. (photo: CAS)

Installation view, 'Curved Wall', 2019. Installation for Arte Mar 2019, "Fronteiras Líquidas", curated by Luísa Soares de Oliveira, Cascais.

Installation view, 'Curved Wall', 2019. Installation for Arte Mar 2019, "Fronteiras Líquidas", curated by Luísa Soares de Oliveira, Cascais.

Exhibition view "Fiction and Fabrication: Photography of architecture after the digital turn", curated by Pedro Gadanho & Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, MAAT, Lisbon, 2019.

Exhibition view "Fiction and Fabrication: Photography of architecture after the digital turn", curated by Pedro Gadanho & Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, MAAT, Lisbon, 2019.

Exhibition view, "Síntese Ativa", curated by Guilherme Braga da Cruz & Duarte Sequeira, Forum Arte Braga, Braga, 2019. (photo: David Vidal)

Exhibition view, "Síntese Ativa", curated by Guilherme Braga da Cruz & Duarte Sequeira, Forum Arte Braga, Braga, 2019. (photo: David Vidal)

Exhibition view, "Out of office", curated by Alice Bonnot, PADA Studios, Barreiro, Lisbon 2019.

Exhibition view, "Out of office", curated by Alice Bonnot, PADA Studios, Barreiro, Lisbon 2019.

Exhibition views, "Variations Portugaises", Abbaye Saint André - CAC Centre d'art contemporain, Meymac, 2018. (photo: Aurelien Mole)

Exhibition views, "Variations Portugaises", Abbaye Saint André - CAC Centre d'art contemporain, Meymac, 2018. (photo: Aurelien Mole)

Installation view, 'House of Ferraria', Walk & Talk Azores, Ponta da Ferraria, Azores, 2017

Installation view, 'House of Ferraria', Walk & Talk Azores, Ponta da Ferraria, Azores, 2017

Installation view, 'House of Ferraria', Walk & Talk Azores, Ponta da Ferraria, Azores 2017

Installation view, 'House of Ferraria', Walk & Talk Azores, Ponta da Ferraria, Azores 2017

Exhibition view, "Prémios Novos Artistas", 4233kg, Fundação EDP, Lisbon, 2015. (photo: António Jorge Silva)

Exhibition view, "Prémios Novos Artistas", 4233kg, Fundação EDP, Lisbon, 2015. (photo: António Jorge Silva)

Teresa Braula Reis (Lisbon, 1990) lives and works in Lisbon. She completed her studies in Painting at Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon in 2012 and her Master of Fine Art degree at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London 2014.  She had a scholarship from the University of Arts London for her Masters degree. The work of the artist develops on a fragmentary view of the universe of construction, in a passage from the architectonic to the sculptural. The notion of the temporality of this universe assumes particular importance in her practice that reflects on the idea of ​​ruin, memory and nostalgia In 2015 she was appointed for the Prémio Novos Artistas da Fundação EDP. Her recent solo exhibitions are The Pathos of Things, 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon (2018) and White Helmet na Baert Gallery, Los Angeles (2017).  She has participated in various group shows including: Síntese Ativa, Forum Arte Braga, Braga (2019); Fronteiras Líquidas, Arte Mar 2019, Cascais (2019); Out of Office, PADA Studios, Lisbon (2019);Variations Portugaises, Centre d’art de Meymac, France (2018) ; Escala 1:1, La Principal de Tabacalera, Madrid (2018); Walk & Talk, (permanent) Azores (2017); Portugal Portugueses, Museu Afro Brasil, São Paulo (2016); Poetics of Space, 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon (2016); Prémio Novos Artistas Fundação EDP ’15, Fundação EDP, Lisbon (2015); RESTATE by Art:i:curate, NEO Bankside, London (2014); Live In Your Dreams!, St Pancras Church Crypt Gallery, London (2014); e The Poetics of Space, Enclave project space, London (2013). Collections include Fundación Otazu, Navarra; Coleção Figueiredo Ribeiro, Abrantes e Coleção de Arte Fundação EDP, Lisboa.

Selected works

Modern Artifacts of Remembrance #3, 2015, White cement, 14,5 x 22 x 31 cm

Modern Artifacts of Remembrance #3, 2015, White cement, 14,5 x 22 x 31 cm

Folded Skin, 2018, steel plate, varnish, 200 x 50 x 50 cm

Folded Skin, 2018, steel plate, varnish, 200 x 50 x 50 cm

Little Souls #2, 2018, stainless steel, rubble, 170 x 90 cm

Little Souls #2, 2018, stainless steel, rubble, 170 x 90 cm

The Fleeting Hand part ½, 2018, brick, 30 x 154 x 154 cm

The Fleeting Hand part ½, 2018, brick, 30 x 154 x 154 cm

The Fleeting Hand part 2/2, 2018, brick dust, 154 x 154 cm

The Fleeting Hand part 2/2, 2018, brick dust, 154 x 154 cm

Outer Space, 2018, Inkjet print on acetate on paper (diptych), 72 x 52 cm (each)

Outer Space, 2018, Inkjet print on acetate on paper (diptych), 72 x 52 cm (each)

The Last Remnant, 2017, cement, 40 x 29 x 4 cm

The Last Remnant, 2017, cement, 40 x 29 x 4 cm

Lieux de mémoire #4, 2016 Galvanized steel, enamel paint, demolition rubble 40 x 30 x 75 cm

Lieux de mémoire #4, 2016 Galvanized steel, enamel paint, demolition rubble 40 x 30 x 75 cm

Broken Souvenir, 2016, DV PAL vídeo 4:3, color, som 01'40'' (materiais de vídeo encontrados na Web)

Broken Souvenir, 2016, DV PAL vídeo 4:3, color, som 01'40'' (materiais de vídeo encontrados na Web)

No heroes behind. Memorial to the impossibility of eternity, 2015, Steel, concrete, natural expansive minerals, (x2) 200 x 71 x 68 cm

No heroes behind. Memorial to the impossibility of eternity, 2015, Steel, concrete, natural expansive minerals, (x2) 200 x 71 x 68 cm

Modern artifacts of remembrance #2, 2015, white concrete and latex varnish, 45 x 30 cm

Modern artifacts of remembrance #2, 2015, white concrete and latex varnish, 45 x 30 cm

670kg of concrete, 2014, concrete, natural expansive minerals, variable dimensions

670kg of concrete, 2014, concrete, natural expansive minerals, variable dimensions

'00:04:54', 2014, HD Video, colour, silent 04'54' (in collaboration with James Lake)

'00:04:54', 2014, HD Video, colour, silent 04'54' (in collaboration with James Lake)

(not) Going home, 2013, found drawer, bricks, plexiglass, enamel paint, 75 x 35 x 45 cm

(not) Going home, 2013, found drawer, bricks, plexiglass, enamel paint, 75 x 35 x 45 cm

Exhibitions

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