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Martinho Costa

1977
United States

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Martinho Costa graduated with a degree in Visual Arts- Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Universidade de Lisboa in 2002. One year later, he obtained his master’s degree in “Theory and Practice of Contemporary Plastic Arts “ from the UCM (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). In September, 2012, he was an artist in residence at CeRCCa (Centre de Recerca i Creació Casamarles, Barcelona), with the support of the Gulbenkian Foundation.

 

Among his most recent solo exhibitions, the most notable include: Terra de Sombra Queimada, Galería silvestre (Madrid, 2017); Art Santander, with Galería silvestre, at Palacio de Exposiciones,(Santander, 2017); Casal da Cega in Dub, Galeria Vera Cruz (Aveiro, 2016); Baixas Frequências, Galeria silvestre (Tarragona, 2016); Todos os Dias Saio por um Caminho Diferente, Galería silvestre (Madrid, 2015); Pedra, Project Room, Justmad 6 (Madrid, 2015); Unnecessary Repetition of Meaning, Galería silvestre (Tarragona, 2014); Les Statues Meurent Aussi, Galeria 111 (Lisbon, 2014); Thumbnails, Galeria WHO (Lisbon, 2012); A Primeira Pedra, Galeria Má Arte (Aveiro, 2012); O Diário de Robert Stern, Galeria 111 (Lisbon, 2011) or Ruína, Galeria 111 (Lisbon, 2008).

Martinho Costa has exhibited his works in numerous group shows, including: Gente, Cem Anos de Representação Humana na Coleção Manuel de Brito, CAMB (Algés, 2016); 10ª Prémio Amadeo de Souza Cardoso, Museu Municipal Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso (Amarante, 2016); Viagem, Casa da Cerca (Almada, 2015); Exposição do Prémio Amadeo de Pintura, Museu Amadeo Souza-Cardoso (Amarante, 2015); Entre as Margens – Representações da Engenharia na Arte Portuguesa, Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis (Porto, 2013); 5 Artistas em Sintra, next room (Lisbon, 2013); Narrações Fragmentadas, Galería Liebre (Madrid, 2012); O Fim do Mundo, Abbaye de Neumunster (Luxembourg, 2012); Arca de Noé, Centro de Arte Manuel de Brito (Algés, 2011) or Res Publica 1910 e 2010 face a face, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon, 2010).

His work is included in collections such as Colecção Opway (Lisbon), Colecção Manuel de Brito (Lisbon), Fundação PLMJ (Lisbon) or Colecção Associação Industrial Portuguesa (Lisbon).