Shining Indifference



Solo exhibition at Sala do Cinzeiro 8, curated by João Pinharanda

Maat Museum, Lisbon, Portugal

Opening March 26 2024

abril vermelho

New works at ARCO Lisboa 2023

Skin, 2023

thread, rubber, spray paint, wood, resin

90 × 90 cm


Several new works were shown at ARCO Art Fair, in Lisbon, with Galeria Quadrado Azul 

Skin, 2023 was acquired by the Lisbon Municipality




Concrete drawings for uncertain futures


from the series Flora, 2011


Group Show

Arquipélago Collection - A trilogy of exhibitions

Jun- Sept 2023


Curated by João Mourão


Concrete drawings for uncertain futures is the first of a trilogy of exhibitions that Arquipélago - Contemporary Arts Center will inaugurate over the next three months, with works from its collection.

This exhibition raises questions to reflect on the role of a discipline such as drawing in the globalized discourses of contemporary art of our times.

The exponential growth of technological mediation means that the vast majority of our interactions with the outside world, and even with our personal and subjective worlds, are almost exclusively perceived through a screen. Reality has become what is visible and shared in the small black glass rectangles we hold in our hands and keep in our pockets. Contemporary art has incorporated this change in the way we understand-the world today: sophisticatedly technological artworks are now the norm in museums, galleries, biennials, and art fairs around the world.

Does this mean that artworks unmediated by technology have lost their place in contemporary societies? Are they just testimonies of an analog past voted to abandonment and oblivion?


— João Mourão


Arquipélago Centro de Artes


Rua Adolfo Coutinho de Medeiros s/n
9600 - 516 Ribeira Grande
São Miguel - Açores

Contact 
+351 296 470 130
acacinfo@azores.gov.pt


Wireless Exhibition at Córtex Frontal

Wireless 

Collective exhibition at Córtex Frontal, Arraiolos, Portugal

Opening on April 28, 2023


Echo, 2023, acrylic, oil, oil pastel and thread on cotton, 180 × 130 cm



WIRELESS is a cycle of thematic artist residencies, designed by Córtex Frontal - Residências e Oficinas, aimed to visual artists interested in learning or deepening knowledge in textile techniques such as: Embroidery, Weaving, Stamping and Dyeing. WIRELESS wants to encourage visual artists to learn and to incorporate the “textile language” in their artistic practice, understanding it in an expanded way without necessarily contemplating the use of wires, hence the name wireless. WIRELESS have place in Arraiolos, a town where rugs are hand embroidered since the middle age, located in Alentejo, one of the least-populated regions in western Europe. WIRELESS wants to create an artists web without wires, borders and cultural barriers. In this first edition WIRELESS invited 21 artists to participate in the residencies in 2022 and to join an itinerary group exhibition in 2023.


Arco Madrid 2023 - Quadrado Azul


During, 2023


Quadrado Azul will be at ARCO Madrid 2023 - International Contemporary Art Fair, taking place between the 22nd and 26th of February at Feria de Madrid. Quadrado Azul can be visited at the stand 9D05 where the gallery will be showing works by the artists Hugo Canoilas, Luísa Jacinto, Paulo Nozolino, Francisco Tropa e Pedro Tropa.

QAXXXV p.2


from the series Flora, 2011



Galeria Quadrado Azul opens on 19th January, at 10pm, the 2nd part of the exhibition commemorating the closing of the gallery's 35 YEARS cycle, in the Lisbon space. This epilogue is divided in 2 parts: p.1 in Porto and now in Lisbon, p.2.   
   
Curated by Miguel von Hafe Pérez, this exhibition includes works from the beginning of the artistic career of Ana Santos, Arlindo Silva, Hugo Canoilas, Isabel Carvalho, Isabel Ribeiro, Luísa Jacinto, Musa paradisiaca, Pedro Tropa, Renato Ferrão and Rigo 23.
   
The exhibition will be open until March 18.

Quadrado Azul Gallery, Lisbon

Rua Reinaldo Ferreira, 20-A
1700-323 Lisbon, Portugal

    
tel +351 91 026 88 62
email lisboa@quadradoazul.pt
opening hours 2—7pm (tuesday to saturday)



Painting without end / Pintura sem fim


Driving, 2014

oil on canvas, 80 × 100 cm


Collective exhibition at Brotéria, Lisbon


Painting without end wants to celebrate an encounter of different practices of this artistic discipline. It brings together works of painting executed on canvas, its traditional pictorial support. Since the 15th century, with the development of portable painting, the canvas translates a unique materiality as an element of great condensation and culture dissemination.

 
Revisiting, ironically, the typical exhibition modes of the Salon de peinture et de sculpture in late 17th century Paris, painting, as an irrevocable and infinite element, is brought together in the times and geographies of the visual arts. Pintura sem fim brings to the surface, in Jackson Pollock's formulation, the "energies, movements and other inner forms" of painting today, among a selection of exemplary elements of the most diverse varieties and provenances.


Artists:

Alexandre Camarao, Ana Jotta, Ana Maria, Ana Mata, André Almeida e Sousa , Ângelo de Sousa, António Olaio, Arlindo Silva, Diogo Bolota, Diogo Guerra Pinto, Eduarda Lapa, Eduardo Batarda, Eugénia Mussa, Emerenciano, Fala Mariam, Filipa Tojal, Francisca Carvalho, Gabriel Abrantes, Gabriela Machado, Gonçalo Pena, Gonçalo Preto, Gonzalez Bravo, Gustavo Costa Fernandes, Hermes, Heron P. Nogueira, Horácio Frutuoso, Hugo Bernardo, Isadora Almeida, João Francisco, João Jacinto, João Maria Pacheco, Jörg Immendorff, Jorge Queiroz, Ludgero Almeida, Luís Rocha, Luís Silveirinha, Luísa Jacinto, Manuel Tainha, Manoela Medeiros, Maria Condado, Mariana Barrote, Mariana Gomes, Mariana Malheiro, Marta Soares, Matias Romano Aleman, Nadir Afonso, Nikias Skapinakis, Osias André Moiane, Pedro Batista, Pedro Casqueiro, Pedro Liñares, Pedro O Novo, Pedro Vaz, Paula Rego, Priscila Rooxo, René Bertholo, Ricardo Marcelino, Rodrigo Queirós, Rodrigo Rosa, Rui Calçada Bastos, Rui Castanho, Sara & André, Sara Mealha
Sérgio Fernandes, Simão da Veiga, Sofia Mascate, Stefanie Pullin, Susanne S. D. Themlitz, Vasco Cunha Monteiro and Xavier Ovídio.
 
Opening  jan 19
6:30 - 8:30 pm 


jan 19 — feb 15 

from 10 am to 6pm


Guided visits

feb 8 at 6pm


Brotéria 

R. São Pedro de Alcântara 3
1250–237 Lisboa, Portugal
Schedule
Monday to Saturday, 10am—6pm
Free entrance



I like your work, can I poke your brain?



Collective exhibition | Nov 8 - 11 2022

Tuesday November 8, 2022 | 6:00-8:00pm
*Works will be on view November 9-10, 10:00am-6:00pm & November 11, 10:00am-4:00pm

Residency Unlimited
360 Court Street (main green church doors), Brooklyn NY 11231 (map)

A one evening event with works on view, followed by an open conversation between RU artists-in-residence Sara BichãoMónika Drozynska and Luísa Jacinto. This will be a dialogue moderated by the performer Trendy Trinket, around their art practices. Curiosity, willfulness and play are key words to this gathering. All are welcome!

Three month residency at Residency Unlimited NYC 2022


The Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar is pleased to announce that the Portuguese artist Luísa Jacinto is the winner of the 6th edition of the partnership between the Atelier-Museu and RU - Residency Unlimited. The artist will have a 3-month artistic residence at the Residency Unlimited, in New York, between September and November 2022. This year's independent and renowned jury was composed of Inês Grosso, Luísa Santos, Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues and Sara Antónia Matos, representing the Atelier-Museu. 



No One Knows – Book launch


This is the first book edited by AiR 351, devoted to our first local artist in residence, Luísa Jacinto.


This publication was made possible due to an intense exchange experience with the artist along the residency and beyond, to the vision ofAna Luísa Bouza, the collaboration with stolen books, the partnership with Artworks, the support from Direcção Geral das Artes and the involvement of Galeria Quadrado Azul. Last but not the least, we express our gratitude to the authors of the texts and essays: João Pinharanda, Miguel Mesquita, Marta Mestre and Lauren Moya Ford.


Join us on May 13. Brotéria kindly welcomes this event. Luiza Teixeira de Freitas will lead the conversation with the artist.

The idea of returning


Solo exhibition


Galeria Quadrado Azul, Lisboa

Rua Reinaldo Ferreira, 20-A
1700-323 Lisboa, Portugal

tel +351 21 347 62 80
    
T: +351 91 026 88 62
Email lisboa@quadradoazul.pt
Schedule 

1 – 7 pm (tuesday to friday) 

2 – 7 pm (saturday) and by appointment


It's the scenery that moves



Encouraged by Brotéria to choose an artist to work with and prepare an exhibition, Luísa Jacinto invites Isa Melsheimer. The two artists meet in Lisbon, in the context of an artistic residency, to explore together the joint correspondences in their artistic paths.

Guided visits

20th may 7 pm
With the artists and the gallery's coordinator
8th june 7 pm
With Luísa Jacinto and the gallery's coordinator


BROTÉRIA

R. São Pedro de Alcântara 31250–237 Lisboa, Portugal

Schedule

Monday to Saturday 

10 am – 6 pm

Free admission

Tisanas, infusões para tempos próximos


Collective exhibition curated by Maria do Mar Fazenda


Opening on the 9th of April 2022
Centro de Arte e Cultura, Piso 1

Fundação Eugénio de Almeida

Centro de Arte e Cultura
Largo do Conde de Vila Flor
7000-804 Évora
 
Tel: (+351) 266 748 350

SCHEDULE

OCT- APR
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am - 1 pm / 2 pm - 6pm
MAY - SEPT
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am - 1 pm / 2 pm - 7pm
Free admission
 
With works by Ana Hatherly, Catarina Botelho, Dayana Lucas, Diogo Bolota, Eugénia Mussa, Flávia Vieira, Francisco Pinheiro, Gonçalo Barreiros, Inês Botelho, Isabel Simões, Luísa Jacinto, Nuno Henrique, Sara Bichão, Sara Chang Yan, Virgínia Mota.


La mañana no será diferente de la noche



Solo exhibition The morning will be no different from the night

text accompanying the exhibition by Maria do Mar Fazenda


Galería Silvestre, Madrid, Spain

Opening on the February 5, 2022

Doctor Fourquet 21.28012 Madrid, Spain
T. (+34) 686 463 809 / (+34) 910 594 112
galeria@galeriasilvestre.com


From Tuesday to Friday 
from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm and from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm


Painting: observation field


Collective exhibition, curated by João Pinharanda 

Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art 


Ana Cardoso, Ana Manso, António Neves Nobre, Beatriz Coelho, Luísa Jacinto, Mariana Gomes, Marta Soares, Rita Ferreira, Rui Horta Pereira, Rui Neiva, Sérgio Fernandes


Monday to Friday, 11 am - 7 pm

Saturdays temporarily closed

June 18 -  September 3 2021


Rua Santo António à Estrela, 33

1350-291 Lisboa I Portugal

T +[351] 213 959 559


Download Press Release


Exhibition view, works by Luísa Jacinto
© Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art / Photographer: Vasco Stocker Vilhena


Oscillation Isolation


Collective exhibition, Outono Projects


Amelian Kashiro Hamilton, Emmanuel Louisnord Desir, Francisca Carvalho, Luísa Jacinto, Martin Alexander Spratlen Etem, Susana Amaral e Taiwo Adebayo


Opening June 4 2021

71 W 128th St, Unit C, New York, USA

info: outonoprojects@gmail.com