Arte Institute suggests “Blinds” by Inês Telles at Bloco das Águas-Livres.
PracÌ§a das AÌguas Livres · 8gh | 1250-001 Lisboa
29th March 2017 | 7 PM
Curator | Maria Joana Vilela
Portuguese artist, based in Lisbon who studied at the Lisbon University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2010 Inês Teles continued her education in London, firstly at Byam Shaw School of Arts at CSM, where she did a PG Diploma Fine Art, followed by a MA degree in Painting at Slade School of Fine Art, at UCL. Inês Teles exhibits art work regularly in Portugal, London and Paris and she is also a member of the artistic collective Tempos de Vista. Extremely interested in collaborations, she often works with non-artistic institutions to create unexpected artistic platforms, such as artistic residencies and collective shows.
Blinds, curated by Maria Joana Vilela, at Águas-Livres 8, in Lisbon;
Descontorno, at Casa de Burgos, curated by João Pinharanda, Évora;
For(Matter), with the support of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, at Atelier Concorde, in Lisbon; ART STABS POWER – Que se vayan todos!, curated by Inês Valle, at Bermondsey Project, London; Estado de Sítio, at Plataforma Revólver, in Lisbon;
17º Cerveira Biennale, at Vila Nova de Cerveira; MA/MFA Degree Show, at Slade School of Fine Arts, UCL, in London.
In 2013, Teles has been supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’ Scholarship and in 2016 she won an artistic residency in Budapest supported by the Budapest History Museum – Budapest National Gallery. She has participated in several international collective exhibitions, such as at Sztuka Wyboru in GdaÅ„sk (Poland), at The Drawing Center, in New York and at the Kogan Gallery in Paris.