ATELIER DE LISBOA

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ATELIER DE LISBOA - 25.09 to 10.10

The worst case scenario - organised by Daniel Malhão

(opening on 24 September at 6 pm)

Rua João Saraiva, 28ª - 2º, Alvalade, Lisboa

Monday to Saturday 3 pm > 7.30 pm


Cláudia Florêncio :: Francisco Osório :: Irina Konova :: Isabel Romero :: Rui Delgado Alves

 

BIO

Cláudia Florêncio was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1979. With academic background in the area of health, health economics, biology and sustainability and holding a Master's degree in Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development attended at the Stockholm Resilience Center (Stockholm University, Sweden)..

Her taste for photography started in adolescent years. She completed the professional photography course in 2014 at Associação Portuguesa de Arte Fotográfica. Since 2009 she has covered events for companies (Novartis and EDP), NGOs (eg Greenpeace, Sweden) and the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Kruger to Canyons (South Africa). Additionally, she worked as a photographer in plays; concerts; film festivals, namely, Indie (Lisbon, 2014 and 2016), Stockholm International Film Festival (Stockholm, 2014), Frames Portuguese Film Festival (Stockholm, 2014) and Kino (Lisbon 2016); and sports events, Azores Trail Run (Fail, 2015) and EDP Billabong ProCascais (2017).


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She has shown photographic projects in Lisbon (Under the lights, 2015; Multiple Places, 2016; Caught in Nets, 2016), Stockholm (Reconnecting People and Nature - 2015; Seeds of Change - 2016) and London (Nothing but time, 2017). She has two published books (Nothing but time and A Post-Travel Journal) as part of Coletivo Fragma.

Since the beginning of 2019 she has been linked to the Atelier de Lisboa, where she attended several courses and recently finished the Project Course under the tutorship of Daniel Malhão.

As an author, the topics she addresses focus mainly on social and environmental issues, with the aim of informing the public and raising awareness; and more recently the family theme.

 

Francisco Osório focuses his artistic practice around the issues of registration and the representation of space, giving the objects he collects or registers a character of their authorial construction and dematerialization. His work has neither a mandatory beginning nor an end, but focuses on the process of experimentation and continuous procedural documentation - from registration to understanding, from deconstruction, and returning to a new registration.

Born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1987, where he lives and works. With architecture as a background, he attended the painting course at Ar.Co Centro de Arte & Comunicação Visual (2011-2013) and completed the Masters of Fine Arts at Chelsea School of Arts, London (2015-2016). Since 2018 he has been linked to Atelier de Lisboa, where he recently completed an Advanced Photography and Editing Project under the tutorship of Daniel Malhão. In 2018 he was at Pico de Refúgio, Azores in an artistic residency with António Júlio Duarte and in 2019 in a residency at Careyes Art Foundation in Mexico. His work has been included in solo and group exhibitions, in institutions and galleries such as: Careyes Art Foundation, Mexico; Espaço Real, Lisbon; Arquipélago - Centro de Artes Contemporâneas, São Miguel, Azores; Plantea Estudio Pavilion, Madrid; Experimento, Madrid; TAL Gallery, Cascais; Foco Gallery, Lisbon; Cookhouse Gallery, London; Punctum, London; Mills Center Gallery, London;

 

Irina Konova was born in Moscow.

She moved to Lisbon to continue her scientific research and to do a PhD in Psychology.

Since 2017 she has studied Photography at Atelier de Lisboa and MEF (Movimento de Expressão Fotográfica), having participated in projects supervised by Bruno Pelletier Sequeira, Federico Clavarino, Daniel Malhão, Luís Rocha and Augusto Brázio.

 

 

Isabel Romero

São Paulo, Brazil

Visual Artist - Landscape Designer, Lives and works in Lisbon

Studied at Atelier de Lisboa since 2015 where she attended Project Course I and II between 2015/2017 with the guidance of Bruno Pelletier Sequeira and Project Course with Daniel Malhão in 2019/2020

Participated in the collective exhibition, A Cidade,Confeitaria, Atelier de Lisboa, Alvalade, Lisbon, 2017 curated by Bruno Pelletier Sequeira

Directed and produced the individual exhibition Córtex, at MUHNAC - Museum of Natural History and Science, Jardim Botânico, Lisbon, 2017

She has works in several private collections and in the Atelier de Lisboa Photography collection.

 

RUI DELGADO ALVES

Lisboa, Portugal, 1961.

The taste for photography started in childhood and adolescence. Slide shows promoted by his grandfather and father, with images of the family or trips, were frequent at home. Since that time, photography has accompanied him with greater or lesser intensity.

He graduated in Sociology from ISCTE in 1988.
Since 2000 and to the present date he has developed professional work in the areas of graphic design, multimedia and advertising, first as a freelancer, later as a member of an international group of services in the industry.

In Lisbon, he completed the Professional Photography Course at Instituto Português de Fotografia between 2002 and 2004, and in 2006 he completed the first level of the Graphic Design and Multimedia Course at Restart school. In 2008 he completed level 4 at Ar.Co school photography program: Applied Photography and Design. At the same school, he also attended the Advanced Photography Course.

In June 2020 he completed the Photography Project Course at the Atelier de Lisboa school, with the guidance of Daniel Malhão.

He is a member of the Creative Photographers Collective, together with some colleagues from Atelier de Lisboa. He participated in some group exhibitions within the scope of the courses he attended.

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