Carlos Noronha Feio

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Carlos Noronha Feio (born 1981) is a Portuguese artist. His work is in a variety of media, including video and book works, occasionally requiring craftspeople and industrial makers such as in a series of war rugs made in the Arraiolos tradition.[1]

Noronha Feio's solo exhibitions include "Plant Life of the Pacific World" IMT Gallery, London, "Snow wall, will you show me the way to restart it all?" Nogueira da Silva Museum, Braga, in 2010[2] and "A A and away" at Transition Gallery, London, in 2009.[3]

As well as being a practicing artist he is also the co-director of The Mews Project Space in Whitechapel, London, with Mikael Larsson.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Art of not making:The New Artist Artisan Relationship by Michael Petry, published by Thames & Hudson (2011) ISBN 978-0-500-23882-0
  2. ^ artecapital.net
  3. ^ timeout.com
  4. ^ spikeisland.org.uk[permanent dead link]

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