Vestige 1, 2015 Installation 4.40x3m Window display proj. at Galeria Graphos:Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, 2015 Dec 2014 – 25th March 2015
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SUSANA ANÁGUA (in collaboration with Ana João Romana)
EN_Susana Anágua works with light and water as metaphors in these two art installations for Pombal Palace. The location of the building is done soberly in Rua do Século and extends to an inner garden area reserved for its visitors. In an atempt to unite these two realities, the street related to the city and public life and the garden associated with the private space, these two installations go through the various rooms of the Palace joining the North front with the rear facing south. The sunlight that dominates the space and the controversial process of diversion of public waters of the aqueduct of Lisbon made by the Marquês of Pombal, during the extension works of the palace, serve as a motto for the materialization of these two instalations.
_ Ana João Romana, in collaboration with Susana Anágua, makes a picture/installation of time and space from the book “The Diversion of the Waters”. Noting all the hours of daylight, from daybreak until dark, associating them with exposure and identifying distances, directions and geographical locations of the diversion of water held by the Marquis of Pombal between the Mãe d’Água and Pombal Palace, now inhabited by Carpe Diem. Being the Marquis of Pombal the first statesman to use cartography as a tool, Ana João Romana publishes a map that cartographers light and water as related references in the work of Susana Anágua.
BIO_ Ana João Romana was born in Lisbon in 1973 . Graduated in Painting ( Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon ) , Postgraduate in Museology and Heritage ( Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the New University ) , Master in Painting ( Royal College of Art ) and doctoral student in the Artist Book ( University of Algarve ) area . Exhibited regularly since 1996 in Portugal ( Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation , the Belém Cultural Centre , National Cordage, National Society of Fine Arts , Emmerico Nunes Cultural Center , Art Center Manuel de Brito … ) , UK, Japan , Brazil , United States America , China , Finland and Ireland . Was a scholarship Erasmus , the Service of Fine Arts from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation , the Royal College of Art in Artworks Wales and Pollock – Krasner Foundation . He is currently a scholarship from the Foundation for Science and Technology . Artist-in – residence at the North Wales School of Art & Design (2003 ) . Bartolomeu dos Santos assistant between 1998 and 2000 . Professor of basic education between 1994 and 2000 , the University of Évora between 2003 and 2005 , the Institute of Education and Science between 2007 and 2011 . Collaborator of Educational Service CAM (Centre Modern) art since 2000 and professor in ESAD.CR ( & Design of Caldas da Rainha ) since 2006 School of Arts .
The Citadel Art District aims to bring contemporary art to the general public by appropriating unconventional spaces and associated mass communication media while promoting artistic development through its mediating role of artists and galleries . On the one hand , brings art into a context of everyday life and on the other , using ” non-places ” or transitional spaces , put on descontextualization.
In the 1st Floor Art District has located studios of artists: Bruno Pereira , Duarte Amaral Netto , Arraiano Paulo , Paulo Brighenti , Pedro Matos and Susana Anágua .
Here , you can know and follow their work process and visit the open studios to the public for 12 months. In Level 0 , we can locate galleries and creative platforms . Among which , the Raw Art Brut Gallery – first gallery of raw art and a Gallery Five – A Portuguese Contemporary art gallery with some established artists such as Luis Alegre , Paulo Mendes , Pedro Cabral Santo , among others . Viarco also opens its first store and Magnetic Magazine establishes its headquarters here and publisher copyright , White Gallery also opens the doors to the public.
Susana Anágua /Open Studio
“Mulheres Chegámos”, Group Show at Graphos:Brasil in Rio de Janeiro
International Women’s Day
Openings in International Women’s Day, two simultaneous exhibitions based on the female struggle for their rights in society take the gallery spaces: Clare Andrews and Women Arrived: The artists in Graphos: Brazil.
With the artists: Albano da Silva Pereira, Albuquerque Mendes, Ana Vieira, André Cepeda, Arthur Omar, Aston, Cristina Ataíde, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Didier Morin, Dominique Wade, Edgar Martins, Gérard Quenum, Gonçalo Pena, Guilherme Mampuya, Joan Fontcuberta, João Fonte Santa, João Pedro Vale, Joel-Peter Witkin, José de Guimarães, José Luís Neto, José Resende, José Rufino, Lygia Pape, Miguel Palma, Nuno Cera, ORLAN, Paul Den Hollander, Sam Durant, Sofia Leitão, Susana Anágua, Tunga e Yonamine.