Catarina Dias lives and works in Lisbon.

A selection of her solo exhibitions includes: Digging for fire in a long multilayered stream. Thoughts. Sounds. Sensations Movements melt together in such condensation transpiring its own taking place Here. Now. And elsewhere, Galeria Vera Cortês and Appleton Square (Lisbon, 2015); Gradients (ongoing exhibition, 2015); Residual Share, Vera Cortês Art Agency (Lisbon, 2013); clone MYD, Espaço Avenida (Lisbon, 2011); MYSTIC DIVER, Black Pavillion at the Museum of the City of Lisbon (2010) and RESTO, Vera Cortês Art Agency (Lisbon, 2007).

Her work has been featured in group exhibitions in institutions and galleries such as: Galeria Municipal do Porto (2017), BREGAS (Lisbon, 2017), Ar Sólido (Lisbon, 2016), Módulo, (Lisbon, 2014); Parkour (Lisbon, 2013); EDP Foundation, Lisbon (2011 and 2009); 13, Avenida 211 (Lisbon, 2008); Interpress (Lisbon, 2005); R.K. Burt Gallery (London, 2004); former Nylon Gallery (London, 2003). Cataria Dias received a research grant for Art Practice from Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2006-2007) and was finalist for EDP Foundation New Artists Prize 2011.

 

Catarina Dias vive e trabalha em Lisboa

Uma seleção de exposições individuais inclui: Digging for fire in a long multilayered stream. Thoughts. Sounds. Sensations Movements melt together in such condensation transpiring its own taking place Here. Now. And elsewhere, Galeria Vera Cortês and Appleton Square (Lisboa, 2015); Gradients (exposição em curso, 2015); Residual Share,

Vera Cortês Art Agency (Lisboa, 2013); clone MYD, Espaço Avenida (Lisboa, 2011); MYSTIC DIVER, Pavilhão Branco, Galerias Municipais de Lisboa (2010) e RESTO, Vera Cortês Art Agency (Lisboa, 2007).

O trabalho de Catarina Dias foi apresentado em exposições coletivas em institusões e galerias como: Galeria Municipal do Porto (2017), BREGAS (Lisboa, 2017), Ar Sólido (Lisboa, 2016), Módulo (Lisboa, 2014); Parkour (Lisboa, 2013); Fundação EDP, Lisbon (2011 e 2009); 13, Avenida 211 (Lisbon, 2008); Interpress (Lisboa, 2005); R.K. Burt Gallery (Londres, 2004); former Nylon Gallery (Londres, 2003). Cataria Dias recebeu uma bolsa de pesquisa para prática de arte da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (2006-2007) e foi finalista do Prêmio Novos Artistas 2011 da Fundação EDP.