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Todas as formas sublimes são transitórias (8), 2018

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Uma Lulik, Lisboa

Framed

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150 x 110 cm
59.06 x 43 in

Reference

1d5e28bd

Year

2018

Medium

Drawings & Works on Paper

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Inkjet print on japanese paper .

AnaMary Bilbao is a Portuguese-Spanish artist who lives and works between Lisbon and London.


About the Artists

1986 Sintra, Portugal

AnaMary Bilbao (1986), is a Portuguese-Spanish artist. She was born in Sintra (Greater Lisbon), located on the Portuguese Riviera, and she lives and works between Lisbon and London.

She studied Painting and Cinema / Moving image at Ar.Co, a Portuguese independent art school in Lisbon, and is now a PhD student in Artistic Studies – Art and Mediations at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa and in the School of Arts at Birkbeck – University of London.

In 2019 Bilbao was nominated for the 13th Edition of EDP Foundation’s New Artists Award (Portugal), she was one of the recipients of a mixed grand from FCT (from 2015 and until 2019), which enabled her to do research in Johannesburg (South Africa) in 2018 and in London (England), during an academic year (2018-2019), and also the recipient of the 2018 D. Fernando II Visual Arts Prize (Mu.Sa / CMS, Portugal). In 2014 Bilbao was distinguished as Young Visual Artist by CPAI – Clube Português de Artes e Ideias (Portugal).

Solo exhibitions include Lighted by a Searing Light at Travessa da Ermida (2019), O último brilho da estrela que morre [The last gleam of a dying star] at UMA LULIK__ (2018), Fallacious Memory at Caroline Pagès Gallery (2014) and Presente passado [Past present] at Boavista Gallery (2013).

Selected group shows: FOCUS, curated by João Ribas, Toronto Convention Centre (Toronto, 2019); EDP Foundation's New Artists Award, curated by Inês Grosso, João Silvério and Sara Antónia Matos at MAAT – Museu de Arte, Arquitectura e Tecnologia (Lisbon, 2019); Deep deep down, far far in (and out), curated by Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues at Fundação Leal Rios (Lisbon, 2019); A Guerra como Modo de Ver, curated by Ana C. Cachola at MACE – Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas (Elvas, 2018); Arte em São Bento – Coleção António Cachola, curated by João Pinharanda at Palácio de São Bento (Lisbon, 2018); O Tempo inscrito. Memória, Hiato e Projecção – Obras da Coleção de Arte Contemporânea Figueiredo Ribeiro at quARTel (Abrantes, 2017); Correspondèncias Lisboa-Barcelona at Carpe Diem – Arte e Pesquisa e Espai Mallorca Barcelona (Barcelona, 2015); On Drawing II at Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art Gallery (Lisbon, 2014).

Her work is represented in the national public collections Coleção António Cachola, Coleção SILD - Julião Sarmento, Coleção de Arte Contemporânea Figueiredo Ribeiro, Fundação Leal Rios and C.M.S. – Câmara Municipal de Sintra and in private collections in Portugal, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, Russia and Canada.


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It is a new personal project that reflects my growing and maturing interest due to my knowledge and experience of the world, and my visits and participation in the most distinguished art events. Aside from being a contemporary art gallery, it is also a place for discussion and for the creation of new audiences. Essentially focused on artists from South Amer...

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