ZDB

Visual Arts
Exhibitions

A de Trópico

— exhibition by Fábio de Carvalho

30.11 — 16.03.24
Livraria ZDB

Opening
30.11.2023 — 6pm

Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes
Vista da exposição 'A de Trópico', 2024 ©Bruno Lopes

Fábio de Carvalho presents A de Trópico, an exhibition that shows a new facet of the artist’s work, which until now was mainly dedicated to photography and video, and now explores painting. In this installation, composed for Livraria ZDB, Fábio de Carvalho invites us on a journey where various elements of contemporary visual culture intersect and where the boundaries between different artistic disciplines (drawing, painting, design, photography, architecture, or cinema) are challenged.

Fábio de Carvalho

Évora, 1992.
Lives and works in Lisbon.
He is currently one of the co-creators of the zine Canito in partnership with Mariana Gomes. He has collaborated on projects with Pedro Valdez Cardoso, Yuuts Ruoy, Murze Magazine, Fundação Carmona e Costa, Sofar Sounds Lisboa, Festival Temps d’Images, ILGA Portugal, Misty Fest, Behance Portfolio Reviews, Restart, Fundação Eugénio de Almeida and Companhia de Triana. He has exhibited at Anexo do Armário (2021, Lisbon), Duplex Air (2019, Lisbon), Desterro (2019, Lisbon), Feira do Livro de Fotografia (2018, Lisbon), Ruskin Gallery (2018, Cambridge), PAGES – Artist Book Fair (2018, London), Gallery 9 (2017, Cambridge), MAAT Museum (2017, Portugal), Festival Condomínio (2017, Portugal), Galeria T10 (2016, Portugal) and Sociedade Harmonia Eborense (2015, Portugal). He is the co-creator of Galeria T10 (2014) at the University of Évora, Portugal and has developed Dejavú vjing and video mapping projects in partnership with Rodrigo Gomes (2014 – 2015).
He has collaborated on numerous initiatives for independent publications nationwide and is represented in various private and public collections, including: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, PT Small Press and Facultad de Bellas Artes – Madrid.

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