Start date: 17/10/2019

End date: 02/02/2020

Location: MAAC | Guayaquil, Equador


The curatorial proposal aims to bring into play the tension between the traditional concept of landscape – the one that represents nature in its pure and wild state – and contemporary artistic productions around it.
In this sense, the landscape today is the object of the critical look of the artist with a bias that challenges the observer and his reality. In this way, through different formats and materialities, the abstraction and reconstruction of the landscape in the networks, the urban horizon, the perspective of an insurmountable panorama due to the violence along with the complaints regarding the use and abuse of the natural environment.


Start date: 06/07/2019

End date: 20/07/2019

Location: Festival Walk e Talk


The In(sul)ar project marks the dichotomy between reality and fiction, by creating meta-images of an imagined island, where time and space are confused with each other. The project consists of a video, sound and photography installation, and ascertains the territory of the Azores as an Atlantic place, which exists at the crossroads between Europe and Africa. In(sul)ar is a work of investigation and artistic creation that reflects the relation between space, memory and history, as well as the mapping of the body and its relation with the architecture, and the identity.

The project develops these concepts around the islands of the archipelago of the Azores, based on the representation of the landscape and its relation with architecture. Therefore, the work accentuates the duality between the ruin of the tourist and colonial project, represented here by the disruptive presence of the Hotel Monte Palace, which contrasts with the romantic idea of a tropical landscape.

This is a project that also arises from a residence developed with the artist Sounslikenuno (Chullage), based on the construction of sound.


Start date: 05/07/2019

End date: 20/07/2019

Location: Circuito das Artes | Açores, Portugal


Walk&Talk returns to São Miguel between 5 – 20 July and in its ninth edition, the festival welcomes more than fifty artists, collectives and curators, presents dozens of new projects that cross art, dance, performance, architecture, design, cinema and music, and builds a new temporary pavilion designed by Artworks & GA Studio.

The program is organized around art circuits that extend to various localities and spaces of the island, hosts artistic residences, exhibitions, shows, concerts, talks, initiatives dedicated to knowledge and parallel events.

Curated by Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, the circuit explores the idea of “identity” in its relationship with gender, history, landscape, architecture, archeology and other fields of the sciences, to reflect the actions of the collective in the construction of the geographical “place” , at the same time social, cultural and emotional, synthesis and container of fluid and autonomous identities.

The exhibition that will be presented by the artist was develop as a residency in March 2019 with the support of Pico do Refúgio and in collaboration with the artist SoundsLikeNuno (Chullage) that will develop the sound design of the video to be exhibited at the festival.

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ARCOlisboa 2019

Start date: 17/05/2019

End date: 20/05/2019

Location: Cordoaria Nacional | Lisbon


A group presentation showcasing works by Joël Andrianomearisoa, Manal AlDowayan, Zoulikha Bouabdellah, Timothy Hyunsoo Lee, Alexandra Karakashian and Mónica de Miranda.

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Start date: 16/05/2019

End date: 09/09/2019

Location: MAAT, Lisbon


Being part of the 13th edition of the EDP Foundation New Artists Award, Circular do Sul (South Circular) is a research, photography and video project that builds a narrative around the former Lisbon Military Road and reflects urbanism, immigration and decolonization processes.

The video develops a narrative between reality and fiction as a journey that traces, like an archaeological search, the landscape of the former Military Road of Lisbon. Built around the city in the 19th century, it rescues the memories of fragile and lost places in the peripheries of contemporary Lisbon.

This work was produced from a collaboration with social associations, residents of these neighborhoods , friends and family, artists and in collaboration with Teatro Griot and Sound design Soundslikenuno (Chullage).


Start date: 16/05/2019

End date: 19/05/2019

Location: Somerset House, London


Tyburn Gallery

Carlos de Carvalho Arte Contemporânea

The fifth edition of Photo London. Featuring over 100 of the world’s leading galleries – from Antwerp to Budapest, San Francisco to Cape Town and Berlin to Tokyo – Photo London is the place to discover new artists, new work by established masters and gems from the dawn of photography.

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SOUTH CIRCULAR: EDP Foundation New Artists Award

Date: 15/05/2019

Location: MAAT, Lisbon, Portugal


The 13th edition of the EDP Foundation New Artists Award

Isabel Madureira Andrade, AnaMary Bilbao, Dealmeida Esilva, Mónica de Miranda, Henrique Pavão and Diana Policarpo are the six artists who make up this edition’s collective exhibition. Selected by Inês Grosso, Sara Antónia Matos and João Silvério, the exhibition curators, the finalists will present works created specifically for this exhibition project.

South Circular is the new project presented by the artist for this award and it is a research, photography and video project that builds a narrative around the former Lisbon Military Road and reflects issues related to urbanism, immigration and decolonization processes.

This project was developed in collaboration with the actors Binete Undonque, Gio Lourenço, Mauro Herminio, Monáxi, Tanya Araújo, Paulo Pascoal, Ricardo Mascarenhas, Té Macedo and Zia Soares and sound design with Chullage.

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Start date: 01/11/2018

End date: 04/11/2018

Location: Torino



Sabrina Amrani presenting works by Joël Andrianomearisoa, Manal AlDowayan, Chant Avedissian, Babak Golkar, Waqas Khan, Mónica de Miranda and Jong Oh.


Date: 01/11/2018


The series Botanical Gardens has been published here:

A selection of photographs with an essay The Land of no Melancholy written by Katherine Marianne Sirois in the Wrong Wrong issue ‘At Land’: More Info


Date: 01/11/2018


Military Road will be projected for Urban Photography, Agency and Change, Ana Balona’s intervention in BEYOND THE ENLIGHTENMENT: SEISMIC SHIFTS, URBAN IMAGERY symposium in Culturgest: