She lives and work in Lisboa
Luísa graduated with a degree in Fine Arts, with specialization in Painting, from the University of Lisbon in 2007. Thanks to the Trask Fund scholarship, she
obtained her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Central Saint Martins- Byam Shaw Art School in 2009. Currently, she is participating in the Maumaus International
Program of Studies in Lisbon (Portugal).
In 2016, she was invited by Yvonne Dohna to be an artist in residence at Kunst-Station Sankt Peter in Cologne (Germany). She was also an artist in residence at Carpe
Diem Arte e Pesquisa [Lisbon, Portugal] between 2014 and 2015; Casa Tomada [S. Paulo, Brazil, 2013]; and St. Gabriel’s Parish [London, United Kingdom, 2009].
Among her most recent solo exhibitions, notable examples include: No one knows, 5/5 Five Artists Five Project Rooms [Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade
Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon (Portugal), 2017]; Casa [Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida, Lisbon (Portugal), 2016]; An instant of this, [Galería silvestre, Madrid, 2016];
The smell of the shadow, [Galería silvestre, Tarragona, 2015]; Os dias lentos, [Museo Nogueira da Silva, Braga, (Portugal), 2015]; Cicle for almost instantaneous
aesthetic actions/part 2> Luísa Jacinto, curated by Fátima Lambert, [Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis, Porto, (Portugal), 2015]; Roda que roda, à volta do quarto,
curated by Fátima Lambert [Quase Galeria –Espaço t, Porto, Portugal, 2015]; The nearest place [Galeria Alecrim50, Lisbon, Portugal, 2012]; A single day is enough,
curated by João Miguel Fernandes Jorge [Museu Carlos Machado, Azores, 2012]; o Unpunished Desire [Galeria Alecrim 50, Lisboa, 2011].
Luísa Jacinto has exhibited her work in numerous group shows, including O tempo inscrito: Memória, Hiato e Projecção. Works from the Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection,
curated by Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues [quARTel, Abrantes, 2015]; Pontos Colaterais–Coleção Arte Contemporânea Arquipélago, uma seleção, curated by João Silvério [FLAD,
Ribeira Grande, S. Miguel, Azores, Portugal, 2015]; Projecto AMI– 30 anos 30 artistas [Porto, Portugal, 2015]; Projecto Correspondência – 4th Edition [Espai Mallorca,
Barcelona, Spain]; Largo Tempo, curated by João Miguel Fernandes Jorge [Museo Carlos Machado, Ponta Delgada, Portugal, 2014]; Unseen [Alecrim50, Lisbon, Portugal, 2014];
Wake up!! [Alecrim50, Lisbon, Portugal, 2013]; Esta noite entra pela água [Igreja de S. Salvador, Coimbra, Portugal, 2013] o Summer Night Series at Union Square Park,
curated by Arte Institute, [September, New York, E.U.A, 2012].
Luísa Jacinto is represented in several private and institutional art collections, amongst with Madeira Corporate Services
(www.coleccaomcs.com), Figueiredo Ribeiro Collection, lMuseu Carlos Machado Collection and Centro de
Arte Arquipélago Collection.
Luísa Jacinto’s work confronts us with images which are close to self-referential situations. Those images are created using different formats of expression such as video,
collage or painting. And they diverge from the mapping of the real daily life in order to build a fictional relation with corporeal representations, fragments for the
artist’s body occasionally, linked to an anonymous notion of that corporeality as well as gestures and actions disclosed in her works.
Simultaneously, this procedure introduces an ambiguous reading between the intimate nature of her glance and its mundane opposite. And she does it without including a
visual reference to inform us about the time and space related to these registers.
Luísa Jacinto's website.