Rui Horta Pereira

Rui Horta Pereira

Born in the city of Évora, in 1975. Currently, he lives and works in Lisbon. Graduated in Sculpture from FBAUL, since 2000 his work has focused mainly on sculpture and drawing, on how the construction of the creative process is not limited to the subject. is disassociated from the action of the creator, in all its ethical, social, environmental aspects, and how this relationship can be achieve it effectively.

He has been exploring and expanding the territory of drawing, to which he has dedicated a substantial part of his artistic and creative research, both in its formal component and in the theoretical reflections that suggests.

Exhibits regularly since 2010. represented in the collections: Collection of the Art Library of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Collection of the Foundation Carmona e Costa, PLMJ Collection, Collection ;o Berardo, Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection, Luís Ferreira Collection, Contemporary Art Collection Tróia Design Hotel, Tiqui Atencio Collection (Monaco), Coleci´n Art Fairs SL (Spain), Carlos Garaicoa Collection (Spain), and Regina Pinho Collection (Brazil).

É represented by Galeria das Salgadeiras, in Lisbon.

Of his solo exhibitions, the highlights are “Most stones have no breath, etc”, Galeria das Salgadeiras, 2020; “Luga map, a gap”, Centro Cultural de Cascais 2019, “Mergulho”, Galeria das Salgadeiras, 2018, “Opaco”, Biblioteca FCT NOVA 2018; “Sleep”, CIAJG Guimarães 2018; “Cenário”, Public Sculpture held within the scope of the Arts & Rua with the association Póde-Vir-a-Ser, Évora 2017; “Hífen-Compound Mode”, CaC in Ponte de Sor 2016; “É”, Fundação Carmona e Costa, curated by Nuno Faria, Lisbon 2016; “Erosion”, Convento Cristo, Tomar 2015; “Turvo”, Galeria 3+1, Lisbon 2014; “Around”, Galeria Quadrum, Lisbon 2013; “Remanescent”, Galeria 3+1, Lisbon 2011; “The Fragile cult of drawing”, Torres Vedras 2011; “Everything that falls from the table to the floor”, Almost Galeria, Porto 2010; “Linda Fantasia”, Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, Lisbon 2010.