¿De que casa eres?, 2017. Neon colored red tubes, 12mm in diameter, electrical wire, transformer. 140x20cm. Ana Pérez-Quiroga
Guest artist Ana Pérez-Quiroga in conversation with curator João Silvério
February 27th at 6pm
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Born in 1960, in Coimbra, Portugal. She lives and works in Lisbon. Visual artist and performer. Graduated in Sculpture by Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts University, she has attended Ar.Co's Advanced Course in Plastic Arts; Master in Intermediate Visual Arts at the University of Évora and PhD in Contemporary Art from the College of Arts at the University of Coimbra.
She is a researcher at CHAIA - Center for the History of Art and Artistic Research at the University of Évora.
Her themes are centered on everyday life and its mapping, the importance of common objects and gender issues, materialized in different supports: installation, objects, photography, textiles and performance.
Exhibits regularly since 1999, among her main individual exhibitions: at the National Museum of Contemporary Art | Chiado Museum; National Museum of Ancient Art; Museum of Neo-Realism, Vila Franca de Xira; Museum of Popular Art, Lisbon; Municipal Photographic Archive of Lisbon; Quartel - Abrantes Contemporary Art Gallery - Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection and MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon.
Among collective exhibitions, institutional participation are highlighted: Culturgest; National Museum of Contemporary Art - Museu do Chiado, (Lisbon, PT); Palácio dos Duques, (Guimarães, PT); Art Center, (Salamanca, ES); Falconer Gallery, (Grinnell, Iowa, USA; China World Art Museum, (Pequin, CN) and Villa Savoye - Le Corbusier (Poissy, FR).
Her work is present in several collections: National Museum of Contemporary Art - Museu do Chiado; Ar.Co; Costa Rodrigues; Figueiredo Ribeiro; António Cachola; Vieira de Almeida; Lisbon City Council; Culturgest and Fundação EDP.
She took part to international residency programs with grants from the Gulbenkian Foundation; Fundação Oriente; Institut français du Portugal - Cité international des Arts; Oporto City Hall. Fellow of the Foundation for Science and Technology.
She has a studio supported by Lisbon City Council.