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  • Diogo Bolota


    Partial view of the exhibition Defeito Desfeito, 2020
    Quartel da Arte Contemporânea de Abrantes - Coleção Figueiredo Ribeiro



    Remédio Santo, 2020
    Velvet, Print on hardened ceramic, tooth and lacquered mdf, 35 x 35 x 120 cm



    Descanso, 2019
    Lacquered racks and silicone, dimension variable



    Mon blanc Gentil, 2019
    Silicone and lacquered MDF, 35 x 35 x 120 cm



    Amor Obstáculo, 2018
    Football goal and net, 500 x 350 x 200 cm



    Sem Título (Série Objectar), 2016
    Indian ink and watercolor on paper, 24 x 16 cm



    Ritmo, 2016
    Enamel lacquered wood, balloon and canvas; dimension variable



    Partial view of the exhibition Esgaravatar, 2016
    Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida



    Introdução ao daltonismo #5, 2016
    Inkjet print on paper



    Coat of Arms #2, 2014
    HD Video 1'



    Diogo Bolota (Lisboa, 1988) lives and works in Lisboa.

    He studied Painting at the Faculdade de Belas-Artes – Universidade de Lisboa (2006-2008), holds a BA in Architecture from the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (2008-2012) and a MA in Drawing from the University of the Arts, London (2012-2013).

    Bolota has been exhibiting his work since 2014.
    The artist presented the solo shows: Defeito Desfeito, Quartel da Arte Contemporânea de Abrantes – Coleção Figueiredo Ribeiro (Abrantes, 2020); Objectar, Museu Geológico (Lisboa, 2016); Esgaravatar, Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida (Lisboa, 2016); Synalepha, Museu de Arte Contemporânea (Sintra, 2016); Sabotagem, Programa Expedição, Maus Hábitos (Porto, 2015); in a project room named S/ Ponto de Fuga, A Cunha, (Lisboa, 2015).

    He participated in group shows such as: Eco (da ideia à obra de arte), Galeria Liminare (Lisboa, 2018); Nome do meio, Moradia (Lisboa, 2018); Cidade Jardim, with Fernando Brito, Galeria Diferença (Lisboa, 2017); Que farei eu com esta espada?, Zaratan (Lisboa, 2017); Babel, Miguel Justino Contemporary Art (Lisboa, 2015); Canto Chanfrado, Avenida 211 (2014, Lisboa);

    Diogo Bolota has also participated in Tapada da Tojeira and República das Artes de Cerveira — residencies program (2016). His work was published in Caixa Negra’s catalogue from Maus Hábitos, Guião from the Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida and is part of the catalogue by Novo Banco Revelação 2017.

    He was shortlisted to Novo Banco Revelação 2017 Award at Fundação Serralves (Porto).

     




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