Pedro Casqueiro

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Galeria Miguel Nabinho – Lisboa 20 began in 2000 as a pioneering project in Portugal.

 

Its exhibitions took place in spaces chosen by the artists themselves, and thus meant the gallery space (which was not fixed) would be the most appropriate location for the works on show.

In February 2003, we opened a space in Campo de Ourique where we have held exhibitions and keep our depository of works for sale by all the artists we represent.

By now Galeria Miguel Nabinho works with some of the most important Portuguese artists, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Ana Jotta, Luísa Cunha, Salomé Lamas,... Internationally, Galeria Miguel Nabinho – Lisboa 20 has grown, and since 2009 has been participating in International Art Fairs.

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His work was represented in several collective exhibitions in institutional spaces in Portugal and abroad, including: Museu de Serralves, Porto (2000 and 1992); Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (1992); Museu da Eletricidade - Fundação EDP, Lisbon; Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon; Centro de Arte Manuel de Brito – CAMB (2010), Lisbon; Galeria de Pintura do Rei D. Luís, Palácio da Ajuda (2000), Libon; at Museu de Arte Moderna from Rio de Janeiro (1994), Museo Extremeño y Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz (1999), Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent, Belgium (1991), Akademie der Künste, Berlin (1998), and at the Margaret Lipworth Gallery (alongside with John Walker e Gerald Lang), Boca Raton, Florida (1993).

Pedro Casqueiro was born in Lisbon in 1959, where he currently lives and works.

Having completed the Painting course at the Superior School of Fine Art of Lisbon in 1984, exhibited regularly since 1981. Working on various pictorial supports, the work of Pedro Casqueiro is often characterized as averse to the classification logics that map a authoring production, suppressing deviations from the norm that do not find their place in linear and homogenizing ordering. Among the forms and styles he employs are: different incursions into abstraction; architectural evocation by the representation of geometric volumetry; figuration by pictograms, references to comics and pop imagery; use of graphics, lettering and painted word.

Artist Bio

His work was represented in several collective exhibitions in institutional spaces in Portugal and abroad, including: Museu de Serralves, Porto (2000 and 1992); Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (1992); Museu da Eletricidade - Fundação EDP, Lisbon; Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon; Centro de Arte Manuel de Brito – CAMB (2010), Lisbon; Galeria de Pintura do Rei D. Luís, Palácio da Ajuda (2000), Libon; at Museu de Arte Moderna from Rio de Janeiro (1994), Museo Extremeño y Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz (1999), Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent, Belgium (1991), Akademie der Künste, Berlin (1998), and at the Margaret Lipworth Gallery (alongside with John Walker e Gerald Lang), Boca Raton, Florida (1993).

Patrícia Garrido graduated in painting at the Escola Superior de Belas-Artes in Lisbon (ESBAL). She has participated in numerous group exhibitions which include: Mais Tempo, Menos História, Serralves Foundation, Porto (1996); O Império Contra-Ataca, Galeria ZDB, Lisbon (1998); Squatters, Galeria do CRUARB, Porto (2001). Solo exhibitions include: T1, Serralves Foundation, Porto (1998); Móveis ao Cubo, Desenhos ao Acaso, TREM Galeria Municipal de Arte, Faro (2009); Peças Mais ou Menos Recentes, EDP Foundation, Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis and Galeria Fernando Santos, Porto (2013).

Pedro Casqueiro was born in Lisbon in 1959, where he currently lives and works.

Having completed the Painting course at the Superior School of Fine Art of Lisbon in 1984, exhibited regularly since 1981. Working on various pictorial supports, the work of Pedro Casqueiro is often characterized as averse to the classification logics that map a authoring production, suppressing deviations from the norm that do not find their place in linear and homogenizing ordering. Among the forms and styles he employs are: different incursions into abstraction; architectural evocation by the representation of geometric volumetry; figuration by pictograms, references to comics and pop imagery; use of graphics, lettering and painted word.

Artist Bio

Curriculum vitae

Pedro Casqueiro was born in Lisbon in 1959, where he currently lives and works.

Having completed the Painting course at the Superior School of Fine Art of Lisbon in 1984, exhibited regularly since 1981. Working on various pictorial supports, the work of Pedro Casqueiro is often characterized as averse to the classification logics that map a authoring production, suppressing deviations from the norm that do not find their place in linear and homogenizing ordering. Among the forms and styles he employs are: different incursions into abstraction; architectural evocation by the representation of geometric volumetry; figuration by pictograms, references to comics and pop imagery; use of graphics, lettering and painted word.

His work was represented in several collective exhibitions in institutional spaces in Portugal and abroad, including: Museu de Serralves, Porto (2000 and 1992); Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (1992); Museu da Eletricidade - Fundação EDP, Lisbon; Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon; Centro de Arte Manuel de Brito – CAMB (2010), Lisbon; Galeria de Pintura do Rei D. Luís, Palácio da Ajuda (2000), Libon; at Museu de Arte Moderna from Rio de Janeiro (1994), Museo Extremeño y Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz (1999), Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent, Belgium (1991), Akademie der Künste, Berlin (1998), and at the Margaret Lipworth Gallery (alongside with John Walker e Gerald Lang), Boca Raton, Florida (1993).

Artist Bio

For many years there were no painters and at certain times painting was forgotten. It is a more lonely and time-consuming job and maybe many artists are not up to it or maybe everyone is sick of painting.

Pedro Casqueiro in conversation with Nuno Crespo for Público.