Publisher: Edições Vieira da Silva
Dimensions: 29cm (H) x 21cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 11.4" (H) x 8.3" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This book was made during Natalia's exhibition on the Orient Museum in Lisboa and Macau
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Based in: Lisbon
Natália Gromicho was born in Lisbon, Portugal
Studied Belas Artes from the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa, she specialized in painting.
Studying Arts and Crafts, including ceramics, the Portuguese painter, also studied from the private ArCo School of Art in Lisbon, where she undertook Intensive Painting.
Started to paint in 1995, she made more than 100 solo and group exhibitions, Natalia represented her country in international exhibitions such as Italy (in the biggest international Human Rights exhibition), in Brazil (the most important south America Arts and Fashion Exhibition Casa Cor Sao Paulo), in Miami (World Tour Exhibitions Contemporary Artists), the first Portuguese Artist in Adelaide, Australia (Adelaide Fringe Festival), New York (The Power of Perception II represented Portugal), Moscow (Russia invited by the Portuguese Embassy), France (Bordeaux invited to present her work for comemoration of Portugal day at the embassy), London (Hay Hill Gallery solo exhibition and representation), East-Timor (Human Rights solo exhibition and Live Painting performence to Portuguese embassy in Dili and in Fundacao Oriente), Singapore (Artz Space Gallery representation and Lucanna Fine Art & Exquisite Luxuria Auction at Singapure yacht Show), Shanghai (Noeli Art Gallery representation), Macau (Artist Residence and invited artist to the ceremony of the commemoration of Day of Portugal, Camões, and the Portuguese Communities with the opening of a exhibition at Fundacao Oriente de Macau) and Portugal (Fundacao Oriente Museum retrospective exhibition)
Winner of several contests for exemple “Best Rolling Stone Alternative Logo” for Major Portuguese Radio Comercial in 1999 (win a trip to London and meet Rolling Stones in Bridges to Babylon Tour in Wembley.
Her works are represented in several private and institutional collections all around the world, to refer Portugal, Austrália, USA, Brazil, Italy, Russia, France, UK, East-Timor, Singapore, Shanghai, India and Macau.
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