'FÃS' | Sara & André
Cycle "The Politics of images", with curatorship by João Baeta
"Fãs picks up a set of images collected in 2010 for an editorial project that never came to fruition, materializing now in the form of retro-lit photographic prints. To the original set of images, some new ones were added. It was from this new set that we selected the ones that we considered better, taking into account the current presentation format. There may be several interpretations of these photographs and we don’t want to add or withdraw possibilities, except for the most obvious one: a hall that becomes a mirror, or a window, into the room in whose entrance we wait."
Sara & André
Sara & André were born in 1980 and 1979, in Lisbon, where they live and work, and studied Stage Design at the School of Theatre and Cinema (Lisbon, 1999-2005), and Fine Arts at the School of Art and Design (Caldas da Rainha, 1999-2005), respectively. Together they studied Painting at the National Society of Fine Arts (Lisbon, 2008-2011). They exhibit regularly since 2006. They have participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions in museums, galleries and independent spaces such as: 3+1 Contemporary Art (Lisbon); Armário (Lisbon); Atelier-Museu Júlio Pomar (Lisbon); CAC Málaga (Malaga, Spain); Centre del Carme (Valencia, Spain); Espacio Trapézio (Madrid, Spain); Galería Bacelos (Madrid, Spain); Galeria Baginski Projetos (Lisbon); Inflight (Hobart, Austrália); MAAT / Fundação EDP (Lisbon); Museu Coleção Berardo (Lisbon); Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (Lisbon); MNAC - Museu do Chiado (Lisbon); Museu da Cidade / Pavilhão Branco (Lisbon); Old School (Lisbon); OTR Espacio de Arte (Madrid, Spain); PÊSSEGOpráSEMANA (Porto); Queen’s Nails Projects (São Francisco, USA); Rosalux (Berlin, Germany) and The Mews Project Space (London, UK). In 2017 they organized the exhibition cycle Curated Curators, at Zaratan - Arte Contemporânea (Lisbon), and subsequently developed the book Uma Breve História da Curadoria (Documenta, Lisboa, 2019). They figure in several public and private collections.
The Politics of Images
Curator: João Baeta
Production and Communication: Mariana Vitale
Production and Communication Assistance: Catarina Rangel Pereira
Supported by: Bondlayer, Epson, JCDecaux, CM Porto