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  • Carolina Serrano


    General view of the exhibition "Para Sempre Prestes A Terminar", 2020
    Curated by Mattia Tosti, Galeria Foco (Lisboa)



    Onde eu e tu estamos, 2020
    Solid paraffin and liquid paraffin, 20,5 x 15 x 15 cm



    Os amantes, 2020
    Paraffin and candle-wick, 111 x 114 x 17 cm



    Fala verdade quem diz sombra I, 2020
    Inkjet print on fine art paper, 48 x 36 cm



    Fala verdade quem diz sombra X, 2020
    Inkjet print on fine art paper, 56 x 42 cm



    Sem título (noites nocturnas) IV, 2019
    Paraffin and mdf. Photo: Bruno Lopes



    Sou eu que me lembro, 2019
    Wood, chains, glass jar, candle holder, paraffin, water, 151 x 39 x 20 cm



    doce distância IV, 2018
    Paraffin and candle-wick, 100 x 50 x 26 cm. Photo: Bruno Lopes



    doce distância II, 2017
    Paraffin and candle-wick, 25 x 25 x 38.
    Photo: Bruno Lopes



    Carolina Serrano (Funchal, 1994), lives and works in Cascais.

    Serrano finished the Masters in Sculpture at the Faculdade de Belas-Artes of the Universidade de Lisboa in 2018, with the dissertation “The spiritual dimension of Sculpture through the work of XIX artists”.
    In 2017, Serrano completed the Post-Graduation in Art Curatorship at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa and in 2015 the Degree in Sculpture at the Faculdade de Belas-Artes of the Universidade de Lisboa.

    Carolina Serrano presented her first solo show this year: Para sempre prestes a terminar, curated by Mattia Tosti, Galeria FOCO (Lisboa, 2020).

    Among the group exhibitions in which Serrano participated, the following stands out: Grão—Residência Artística de Investigação, Capitania do Museu de Aveiro (Aveiro, 2020); XV Edição do Prémio de Pintura e Escultura de Sintra D. Fernando II, MU.SA- Museu das Artes de Sintra (Sintra, 2020); Tarimba apresenta a ESQUINA, curated and produced by Tarimba Coletivo and BECO, Esquina Atelier (Lisboa, 2019); Estouro, curated by Beatriz Coelho, Francisca Gigante and Inês Espada Vieira, Espaço Cultural Mercês, (Lisboa, 2019); 5ª Bienal Internacional de Arte de Espinho, Museu Municipal de Espinho (Espinho, 2019); I will take the risk, curated by Carolina Trigueiros and TH Studio, Tomaz Hipólito Studio (Lisboa, 2019); Singular Pace, curated by Helena Mendes Pereira, Zet Gallery (Braga, 2018); Inside/Outside, Palácio do Marquês de Pombal (Oeiras, 2015).

    In 2018 Serrano received the SHAIRART G-ABA Award.

     




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