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Nacimiento: 1984 en Lisboa, Portugal
Residencia: Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos
Exposiciones colectivas vigentes: Bienal de Yinchuan 2018
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Premios ganados: XXIII Becas Fundación Botín de Artes Plásticas 2015-2016
Ferias en las que participa con OBRA : ARCOmadrid 2018, ARCOmadrid 2015
Galerías y otras organizaciones que le representan: Umberto di Marino Arte Contemporanea
Organizaciones con obra: Fundación Arco
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Publicada el 03 jun de 2014      Vista 475 veces

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Pedro Neves Marques (nacido en 1984 en Lisboa, vive y trabaja en Nueva York) es un artista visual, cineasta y escritor que trabaja con la ficción y la teoría. De tono especulativo, teje un diálogo entre la antropología, la ecología, las ideas de futuro y una crítica de la posthumanidad occidental. Entre otros centros, ha expuesto en la Tate Modern de Londres; la Kadist Art Foundation, París; la Fundación V-A-C, Venecia; el Museu Coleçao Berardo, Lisboa; el Museo de Arte Sursock, Beirut; e-flux y en el Sculpture Center, Nueva York. Es el editor de la antología sobre antropofagia The Forest and the School: Where to sit at the dinner table? (2015), y más recientemente, publicó como autor el libro de ficción Morrer na América (2017). Bio (english) Pedro Neves Marques, visual artist and writer. Born in Lisbon, Portugal, and lives in New York, USA. Films and artwork: He has exhibited in art venues such as Museu Colecção Berardo (Lisbon), Contour8 Biennial (Mechelen), PAV (Turin), Sursock Art Museum (Beirut), Kadist Art Foundation (Paris), e-flux (with Mariana Silva) (New York), Casa do Povo (São Paulo), 12th Cuenca Biennial (Cuenca, Ecuador), Sculpture Center (New York), Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (New York, USA), EDP Foundation (with André Romão) (Lisbon), or Serralves Museum for Contemporary Art, as well as in art galleries such as Galleria Umberto di Marino (Naples), Pedro Cera (Lisbon) and Gallerie Martin Janda (Vienna). His first short-fiction film, Semente Exterminadora [Exterminator Seed], produced by Capivara Filmes (Brazil) and Curtas Metragens - CRL (Portugal), premiered at IndieLisboa Film Festival in 2017. His short-film essay Where to Sit at the Dinner Table? premiered at DocLisboa International Film Festival 2013, and has screened on several venues, including online with a discussion with the Brazilian architect Paulo Tavares at www.vdrome.org in 2014. He was a resident at Triangle Arts Residency New York in 2016-2017; Zentrum Paul Klee's Sommerakademie, Bern, Switzerland, in 2012 (coordinated by Jan Verwoert); and at Antonio Ratti Foundation, Como, Italy in 2009 (coordinated by Walid Raad). Together with fellow artist Mariana Silva he runs inhabitants, an online channel for exploratory video and documentary reporting. Writings: He is the editor of the book The Forest and the School/ Where to Sit at the Dinner Table? (Berlin and Cologne: Archive Books and the Akademie der Kunste der Welt - Koln, 2015), an anthology on Antropofagia (literally, cannibalism) read through the lens of anthropology in Brazil. It spans from 16th century missionary chronicles, the modernist avant-garde anthropophagic movement, and Amerindian cosmologies and perspectivist anthropology in Brazil. The book also gathers recent and newly commissioned essays by Brazilian authors, rethinking Antropofagia as a South American cosmopolitical philosophy proper. Texts by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Alexandre Nodari, Jean Tible, Suely Rolnik, Tânia Stolze Lima, Giuseppe Cocco, Paulo Tavares, along with Oswald de Andrade, Flávio de Carvalho, Pierre Clastres, Félix Guattari, Raul Bopp, Bruno Latour, Montaigne, Hans Staden, James Frazer, Hélene Clastres, and Davi Kopenawa. The book can be purchased online from Archive Books. He was a guest-editor for e-flux #65, the Supercommunity issue, for the Venice Art Biennial in 2015, on the theme of "Apocalypsis," and has written for many magazines and publications. He is the author of two books of short-stories: Morrer na América (Abysmo Editora and Kunsthalle Lissabon, 2017) and The Integration Process/ O processo de integração (Atlas Projectos, 2012). In his spare time he is finishing his first novel involving a set of masks from the extict Amazonian tribe, Jurupixuna; industrial infrastructure in Brazil; artificial life; and above all an anthropologist's depression.

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Exposiciones en las que ha participado como artista

Pedro Neves Marques. The Pudic Relation Between Machine and Plant, 2016 – Cortesía del Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Desde 06 feb de 2018

The Pudic Relation Between Machine and Plant, 2016

Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M) / Móstoles, Madrid, España

Pedro Neves Marques, The Pudic Relation Between Machine and Plant, 2016. With the kind support of King's College Centre for Robotics Research
19 may de 2017 - 17 sep de 2017

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Museu Coleção Berardo - Modern and Contemporary Art Collection / Lisboa, Portugal

Pedro Neves Marques
Desde 12 nov de 2014

Pedro Neves Marques. Os Jurupixuna

Museu Coleção Berardo - Modern and Contemporary Art Collection / Lisboa, Portugal


Bienal de Yinchuan 2018
Vigente
09 jun de 2018 - 19 sep de 2018

Bienal de Yinchuan 2018

Museum of Contemporary Art Yinchuan / Yinchuan, Ningxia, China

André Romão – Cortesía de la GALERIA VERA CORTÊS
13 abr de 2018 - 11 may de 2018

Processo alla Natura

Umberto di Marino Arte Contemporanea / Naples, Campania, Italia

4TH URALS BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART
14 sep de 2017 - 12 nov de 2017

4th Urals Biennial of Contemporary Art

Ural Biennal of Contemporary Art / Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk, Rusia


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