Tiago Alexandre


Tiago Alexandre was born in Lisbon, in 1988.
He has a degree in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon since 2012. 

In the same year, he was the author of the artistic residency Pé de Cabra: Its Not Basel But It Could Be, in Lisbon.

As a multidisciplinary artist, he uses in his work several formal resources and various media, such as video, painting, drawing, sculpture, among others.

His exhibitions include:


“Entre o Boné e os Ténis”, at Graça Brandão Gallery, Lisbon (2015); “O Filho do Carro Preto”, at Bregas, Lisbon in (2016); “Words Don’t Come Easy”, at Balcony Gallery, Lisbon (2018) and “Triunfante”, in Lisbon (2019); “Morre Longe”, at Appleton Square, Lisbon (2022)


“Nella Cohorte di De Chirico” curated by Hugo Barata and António Olaio, Colégio das Artes, Coimbra (2021), “Flora” curated by Pedro Faro and Sara Antónia Matos, Atelier Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon (2021), “Trabalho Capital – ENSAIO SOBRE GESTOS E FRAGMENTOS”, curated by Paulo Mendes, Oliva Art Center, São João da Madeira (2019), “Do Tirar Polo Natural, curated by Anísio Franco, Filipa Oliveira and Paulo Pires do Vale, Museu Nacional de
Arte Antiga, Lisbon (2018); “Tawapayera,” curated by Alexandre Melo, Atelier Museu Júlio Pomar, Lisbon (2017); “THEM OR US!” curated by Paulo Mendes, Galeria Municipal do Porto, Porto (2017); “Portugal, Portugueses”, curated by Emanoel Araujo, Afro-Brazil Museum, São Paulo, Brazil (2016).

Currently Tiago Alexandre’s work is represented in numerous Public and Private collections.

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