Thierry Goldberg Gallery





Rita Sobral Campos


Born in Lisbon, Portugal, 1982. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.


Solo Exhibitions

2014 Frederik, Armory Art Show, Galerie Andreas Huber, New York
2013 Neon Medieval, Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna
Frederik, Liste Art Fair, Galerie Andreas Huber, Basel
2012 For the Madman the Neighbor is Himself, CAGE, New York
Artists Reading, with Isla Leaver-Yap, CAGE, New york
2009 Teletransporter, Pedro Oliveira Gallery, Porto
2008 Unclehead, in collaboration with Alexandre Singh, EDP Foundation, Lisbon
2006 The Archivist: Heterotopia, Pedro Oliveira Gallery, Porto
2005 Structural Schizophrenia ou quando a mentira se tornou verdade, Culturgest Arts Center, Porto
2004 Espaço, estruturas e outras cores mais, Promontório Arquitectos, Lisbon
2002 Rita Sobral Campos/Ricardo Valentim, with Ricardo Valentim, Sala do Veado, National Museum of Natural History, Lisbon


Group Exhibitions

2014 Tracuum, Parc Saint Léger-Hors Les Murs, Nevers
Soft Shock, Eli Ping Frances Perkins Gallery, New York
Marquee Moon, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York
Not for all my little words, Marc Straus Gallery, New York
2013 Tournament d’object, Charlottenberg Kunsthal, Copenhagen
Brigadoon, La Tôlerie, Clermont-Ferrand
2012 Estate, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Modules hosted by Liz Magic Laser, MoMA-PS1, New York
2011 Short Stories, Sculpture Center, New York
Memory of a Hope, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool
Poetical Things That Are Political, Museu do Chiado, Lisbon
Dear Thick and Thin, ME Contenporary, Copenhagen
Modesty, Backerstrasse 4, Vienna
FUSO 2011 Festival, Lisbon
Agora Não / Not Yet, , The Barber Shop, Lisbon
2010 Impressões e Comentários: Artistas e Fotógrafos no Portugal ContemporâneoI, Sala Parpalló, Valencia
When your Lips are my Ears, our Bodies become Radios collective performance organized by Jan Verwoert, Zentrum Paul Klee and Kunsthalle Bern
A Vernacular of Violence, Invisible-Exports, New York
25 Frames por Segundo em Moçambique: vídeos da colecção da Fundação PLMJ, 5th edition of DOCKANEMA Film Festival, Centro Cultural Brasil Moçambique, Maputo
2009 On Rituals of Homecoming, curated by Adam Budak, Lodz
E-flux video rental, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
2008 Emily Harvey Foundation, New York
18 presidentes, um palácio e outras coisas mais, Belém Palace, Lisbon
Lá Fora, EDP Foundation, Lisbon
2007 O Debuxo nas Colección Públicas de Santiago, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago Compostela
50 Years of Portuguese Art, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
2006 A Brighter Day, James Cohan Gallery, New York
A Delicate Arrangement, David Zwirner Gallery, New York
Prime Time, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
Arquivar Tormentas, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago Compostela
Dirty Words, Pedro Cera, Lisbon
2005 GPO31031405, Pedro Oliveira Gallery, Porto
Uma extensão do olhar, entre a fotografia e a imagem fotográfica - Fundação PLMJ, Coimbra Visual Arts Center, Coimbra
2004 EDP Young Artists, Belém Cultural Center, Lisbon


Education

2006 Master Degree in Fine Arts at School of Visual Art, New York
2004 Bachelor Degree in Art History, FSCH - Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon
2002 Advanced Degree in Fine Arts, Ar.Co Art School, Lisbon


Grants and Fellowships

2014 Second Homes, Parc Saint Léger, Pogues-les-Eaux
2013 Lenikus Residency, Vienna
2011 Residence Suddenly, Île-de-France
2010 Sommerakademie, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern
2006 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation / Luso-American Development Foundation
2002 Orient Foundation /Ar.Co / RTP – Portuguese National Broadcasting Company


Press

2012 For the Madman the Neighbor is Himself, Sputnik Press
Ceci n'est pas une résidence, residency Suddenly, Paris, France
2011 20 years of Sala do Veado”, Museu de Historia Natural, Lisbon, Portugal
“When your lips are my ears our bodies become radios”, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland
2010 Amado Miguel. “Rita Sobral Campos.” Artforum. (Jan 2010). [ill.]
Budak, Adam; Badiou, Alain et al. “Anabasis: Rituals of Homecoming.” [ill.]
Carlin, T.J. “A Vernacular of Violence.” Time Out New York (Jun 17 – 23, 2010). [ill.] Coburn, Tyler. “A Vernacular of Violence.” Art Agenda. (Jun 12, 2010). [ill.]
Truong, Hong-An. “Capital Offense?” ArtSlant. (Jun 2010). [ill.]
“A Vernacular of Violence.” Artinfo. (May 13, 2010)
2009 Nunes, Leonor. “Rita Sobral Campos: Análise do Poder.” Jornal de Letras. (March, 2009). [ill.]
2008 Amado, Miguel. “Gutenberg’s Machine” 18 Presidentes, One Palace, and a Few Other Things. Palácio Belém. [ill.]
Amado, Miguel. “New York, New York” Portuguese Artists Abroad. Presidência da República / EDP Foundation. [ill.]:46 - 54
Pinharanda, João. “Unclehead.” EDP Foundation.
Pinharanda, João. “Rita Sobral Campos.” Portuguese Artists Abroad. Presidência da República / EDP Foundation. [ill.]:304-307
Sardo, Delfim. “O Real, Inventado.” Revista Única (September 2008). [ill.]:8
Sneed, Gillian. “Unclehead at Museu EDP.” Nyarts [ill.]
2007 Ruivo, Ana. “Rita Sobral Campos.” 50 Years of Portuguese Art. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. [ill.]:163,164 2006
Amado, Miguel. “Rita Sobral Campos.” Exit Express [ill.]:24-25
Faria, Oscar. “Simultaneous Exhibitions” O Público (January 2006). [ill.]:18-19
Humphrey, David. “A Brighter Day.” James Cohan Gallery.[ill.]
2005 Amado, Miguel. “Rita Sobral Campos: from form to politics.”Culturgest Arts Center. [ill.]: 2-10
Amado, Miguel. “Rita Sobral Campos” Opções e Futuros, PMLJ Foundation. [ill.]
Pomar, Alexandre. “Rita Sobral Campos.” Jornal Expresso (June 2005)
Wandschneider, Miguel. “Structural Schizophrenia – ou quando a mentira se tornou verdade.” Culturgest Arts Center. [ill.]
2004 Magalhães, João. “Rita Sobral Campos.” L+Arte (September 2004). [ill.]:20-26
Martins, Celso. “Rita Sobral Campos.” Jornal Expresso (January 2004)
Pinharanda, João. “Estrutura Construída.” EDP Young Artists – EDP Foundation / Belém Cultural Center. [ill.]: 62-69
Ruivo, Ana. “Duas Faces Possíveis.” Expresso (January 2004)
2002 Marques, Lúcia. “Working Process.” Rita Sobral Campos / Ricardo Valentim. National Museu of Natural History. [ill.]: 28-33.
Soares de Oliveira, Luisa. “Ricardo Valentim e Rita Sobral Campos.” O Público (May, 2002) [ill.]:21