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  • Paulo Arraiano


    Sensorial Divinities, 2019
    Installation view at Dimora Artica, Milan



    Sensorial Divinities, 2019
    Installation view at Dimora Artica, Milan



    Coming From Water (a1), 2019
    Glass, coral, water, pigment, silicone tube, 29 x 20 x 16 cm. Installation view at Dimora Artica, Milan



    Postfossil (a1), 2019
    Digital Print on dichroic film, acrylic, 60 x 45 cm. Installation view at Dimora Artica, Milan



    Postfossil (b1), 2019
    Digital Print on dichroic film, acrylic, 120 x 90 cm.
    Installation view at 55SP, Lisbon



    Postfossil (a7), 2019
    Digital Print on dichroic film, acrylic, 60 x 45 cm.
    Installation View at Active Synthesis, Forum Arte Braga
    Curated by Duarte Sequeira And Guilherme Braga da Cruz




    Towards The Last Unicorn, 2019
    Installation view at 55SP, S. Paulo,
    Curated by Julia Morelli



    Meanwhile, At Home, 2017
    LCD, Screens, Soil, Plants, Cargo Net, Rubber Sandals.
    Installation View At Quartier General, Switzerland., Curated By Corina Weiss.



    As, Always Just a Matter Of Perspective, 2017
    Animated Gif On LCD Screen.
    Installation View at Well, Its Just An Ocean Between, TAL Gallery / Jacaranda



    Skin Metadata [a1/a2/a3], 2019
    Installation view at Dimora Artica, Milan




    Swiping Reality, 2016
    Acrylic On Canvas
    180 x 150 cm



    Fold/Fault I, 2015
    Acrylic On Canvas
    180 x 150 cm



    Sediment I And II, 2015
    Installation View
    Coa Museum



    Paulo Arraiano (Cascais, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon.

    Paulo Arraiano has a degree in Communication by ISCEM (Lisbon), and Visual Arts at Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual (Lisbon).

    He is also co-founder of Re_actcontemporary, (https://www.reactcontemporary.com)art laboratory and residence program based in the Azores Islands work with the aspects of climate change, biosphere, anthropocene, extinction and transumanism. and no.stereo, an independent artist-run platform.

    Arraino presented the solo shows: “Sensorial Divinities”, Dimora Artica, Milan – Italy (2019); “Art Rotterdam”, solo booth with Hawaii-Lisbon, Rotterdam – Netherlands (2018); “As always, A Matter Of Perspective”, Hawaii-Lisbon, Lisbon  – Portugal (2017); “While Satellites Dance”, TAL Gallery, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (2016); “Fold/Fault”, Forty/Forty, Warsaw – Poland (2015); “Magma”, (Sandro Resende P/28), Cidadela Art District, Cascais – Portugal (2014) and “Emotional Landscapes”,  Arte Institute (2013).

    Among his group shows, we highlight: “The sea, between metaphor and matter”, Curated by Camila Maissune, Hangar, Lisbon – Portugal (2020); “SD” (online), MentalSpace, Curated By Roman Zheleznyak, Boshum – Netherlands (2020); “StrangeTime” (online) ArtLaboratoty, Curated By Stepan Ryabchenko (2020); “Space” (online), Harddiskmuseum (2020); “The Bee Who Forgot The Honey”, Museu d’Història de Catalunya, Curated By Aurélien Le Genissel, Barcelona – Spain (2019); “Towards The Last Unicorn”, 55SP, S.Paulo – Brazil (2019); “Secret Cabinet”, Dimora Artica, Milan – Italy (2018); “The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale”, Cidade das Artes Museum, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (2018); “Matter / Non_Matter”, MAH Museum, Terceira Island – Azores (2017); “At Home”, Quartier General – Centre d’art Contemporain, La Chaux-de-Fonds – Switzerland (2017); “AbstractXed#1”, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels – Belgium (2017); “Periplos”, Curated By Fernando Frances, CAC Málaga Museum, Málaga – Spain; “Down To Earth”, Curated By Kwaku Boateng, The Dot Project Gallery, London – UK (2016); “1/81”, Coa Museum, Vila Nova de Foz Côa – Portugal (2015); “Cherry Blast”, National Building Museum, Washington DC – USA (2014); “Re:Function”, Angra do Heroísmo Museum, Terceira Island – Azores (2014); “LaGa”, Museé d’Art Moderne, Luxembourg (2008).

    Paulo Arraiano has also participated in several artist residency programmes, such as Hangar (Lisbon); Walk&Talk (Azores); Transforma (Torres Vedras); LAC (Lagos), among others.

     

    He is represented in both public and private collections such as CAC Málaga Museum, (Spain); Luciano Benetton Collection (Italy); Quartier-General Arts Center (Switzerland); Museu de Angra do Heroismo (Azores); Sztuki Zewnetrznej Foundation (Poland); Pestana Group (Portugal); Fundação D. Luís / Museum Quarter (Portugal) and MARCC Museum (Portugal).




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