Luísa Jacinto lives and works in Lisbon. Jacinto's artistic practice deals with the protocols of the image, narratives fragmentation and simulation, the excess of evidence and obscuration.

Of special note among her solo exhibitions are The idea of returning, Galeria Quadrado Azul, Lisboa, Portugal, 2022; Stone-Veil, Artworks, Lisbon, Portugal, 2019, We had the experience but missed the meaning, galería silvestre, Madrid, Spain, curated by Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, 2018; A single day is enough, curated by João Miguel Fernandes Jorge, Museu Carlos Machado, Azores, Portugal, 2012. Of special note among her collective exhibitions are It's the scenery that moves (duo exhibition with Isa Melsheimer) Brotéria, Lisbon, Portugal, 2022; Painting, Observation Field, curated by João Pinharanda, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon, Portugal, 2021; PADA, ASC Gallery, London, United Kingdom, 2019; WAIT, curated by Orlando Franco, Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisboa, Portugal 2019; Saudade - Unmemorable Place in Time, curated by Yuko Hasegawa, Fosun Foundation, Shanghai, China and Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon, Portugal, 2018; Pontos Colaterais, Coleção de Arte Arquipélago, uma seleção, curated by João Silvério, Arquipélago, S. Miguel, Azores, Portugal, 2015.