joão paulo feliciano

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joão paulo feliciano
JOÃO PAULO FELICIANO
1963, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
Graduated in Modern Languages and Literature (Portuguese and English studies),
Universidade Clássica de Lisboa, 1985.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2007 The Blues Quartet, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinatti
2006 “The Possibility of Everything”, João Paulo Feliciano: obras seleccionadas 1989-1994",
Culturgest, Lisbon, opening September 29th
I Got The Blues!, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon
2005 Double Meaning (two artists show with David Batchelor), Galeria Leme, S. Paulo
There Is No Easy Way to Mars [sculpture-installation in the garden], Calouste Gulbenkian
Foundation, Lisbon
2004 Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Oporto (May-July)
SlowMotion, Porta 33, Funchal
2003 Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon
2000 SlowMotion, ESTGAD, Caldas da Rainha
1999 Galeria Cesar, Lisbon
1998 Evolution my Mind, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
1997 Light – As Opposed to Darkness/As Opposed to Heavy, Art Attack, Caldas da Rainha
1994 Mousunturm, Frankfurt
1993 I’ve Always Loved You, Galeria Graça Fonseca, Lisbon
1990 Galeria Oliva Arauna, Madrid
Galeria Graça Fonseca, Lisbon
1989 Portugal + Feliciano, Galeria Transit (in collaboration with Pedro Portugal), Leuven
1988 Galeria DeEquilibrist, Sint-Nicklas
1987 A Arte da Cura, Museu de Setúbal, Setúbal
Pinturas e Objectos de Parede, Galeria CAPC, Coimbra
1985 The Armory Shown, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon
Pontes e Passagens de Nível, Galeria CAPC, Coimbra
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2007 The Berado Collection at The Portuguese Parliament, Lisbon
2006 Ponto de Fuga: Obras da Colecção da Fundação de
Serralves, Centro Cultural de Lagos, Lagos
2006 O Poder da Arte - Serralves na Assembleia da República, Lisbon
2005 Tableaux Vivants - Obras da Colecção de Serralves, Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art,
Oporto
O contrato Social, Museu Bordalo Pinheiro, Lisbon
2004 XXVI S. Paulo Biennial, S. Paulo
2003 Voyager 03, experimentadesign2003, Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, Lisbon
2001 Voyager 01, experimentadesign2001, Milan, London, Lisbon, Barcelona
Modos Afirmativos e Declinações, Évora, Faro and Amarante
2000 Sonic Boom – The Art of Sound, Hayward Gallery, London
1999 Ruidos, Galeria Cesar, Lisbon
1998 Art Attack na ZDB, Galeria ZDB, Lisbon
Arte Portuguesa dos Anos 90 na Colecção de Serralves, Braga, Viana do Castelo, Amarante,
Guimarães, Paredes, Santo Tirso, Bragança
1997 Ecos de la Matéria, Museu Ibero-Americano de Arte Contemporânea, Badajoz and Sala de las
Atarazanas, Valencia
1996 Titanium Exposé, Galeria Graça Fonseca, Lisbon
Bildloses Abbild, Sparkasse Gutersloh, Bonn
1995 Peninsulares, Galeria Thomas March, Valencia
1994 Multiplas Dimensões, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon
Depois de Amanhã, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon
Uno cada Uno, Galeria Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid
The Independent Worm Saloon, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon
1993 Imagens para os Anos 90, Fundação de Serralves, Oporto, and Culturgest, Lisbon
1992 Finisterra, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid
Already Made, Galeria Graça Fonseca, Lisbon
1991 Manifesto, Convento de S. Francisco, Beja
The Floor Show, Galeria DeEquilibrist, Sint-Nicklaas
SNAP, Galeria DeEquilibrist, Sint-Nicklaas
1990 Galeria Oliva Arauna, Madrid
Galeria DeEquilibrist, Sint-Nicklaas
Ases da Paleta, (with Pedro Portugal, Manuel João Vieira and Fernando Brito), Galeria
Quadrum, Lisbon
1989 Rien ne va plus Faites vos Y(j)eux, H.A.C.K., The Hague
3 x (2x1) Propositions, Moving Space Gallery, Gent
1988 Galeria Christine et Isy Brachot, Brussels
1985 Arte nos Anos 80, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon
1984 Bienal de Lagos, Lagos
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS (selection)
Fundação de Serralves, Oporto
Banco Privado, Lisbon
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Lisbon
Museo Ibero-Americano de Arte Contemporânea, Badajoz
Museu Berardo, Lisbon
PERFORMANCES
2004 Playing the "White Cube / Colour Cube" with Sei Miguel Quartet + Rafael Toral & David Toop,
Serralvess Museum of Contemporary Art, Oporto
2002 Landscope+Elastic Void, FAD, Barcelona (part of Voyager 01 presentation)
With Lee Ranaldo, Rafael Toral and Leah Singer, Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art,
Oporto, and FCG, Lisbon
2001 with Houselab, Old Trumman Brewery, London (part of Voyager 01 presentation)
Em Tempo Real, collaboration between Houselab and Nova Dança 4, Centro Cultural Banco
Brasil, Rio de Janeiro
2000 Houseware Experience, Expo2000, Hanover (as part of Portugal's national day festivities)
Em Tempo Real, collaboration between Houselab and Nova Dança 4, Encontros Acarte,
F.C.G., Lisbon
1999 Houseware Experience – (experimentadesign’99), Central Tejo, Lisbon
with Rafael Toral, Peter Renberg & Christian Fennesz, Vila Nova de Foz Coa + Lisbon (Lux)
with No Noise Reduction: “OpticoSonic Electronics” (support act for Sonic Youth), Aula
Magna, Lisbon
with Phill Niblock (Guitar Piece + Early Winter), Galeria ZDB, Lisbon
1998 with Tina And The Top Ten, two concerts at Expo’ 98
1995 with No Noise Reduction, On Air, three live radio performances (XFM-Lisboa, RUC-Coimbra,
RLO-Óbidos)
1994 Urban Aboriginals Festival, Berlin (with Mimi)
1993 iEar Studios, Rensselear Polythecnic Institute, Troy, USA
Experimental Intermedia Foundation, New York (with Roger Kleyer, Ann Gosfield e David T.
Dienes)
with No Noise Reduction, John Cage: Solo for Voice Nº23, Galeria Graça Fonseca, Lisbon
1992 Palau de Musica, Valencia (with Mário Feliciano, Pedro Falcão and Gonçalo Santos)
1991 Concerto para 10 Guitarras de Rafael Toral, Galeria Monumental, Lisbon
1990 with No Noise Reduction, Johnny Guitar, Lisbon
1991/1992 various gigs Pop dell’ Arte.
1989/1998 numerous gigs with Tina And The Top Ten (incl. support act for Sonic Youth, Lisbon,
June 1993)
DISCOGRAPHY
No Noise Reduction
A Call For Silence, compilation, Sonic Art Networks, CD numa embalagem 7” (CD on a 7” package
2004)
Sonic Boom, compilation, Hayward Gallery, (CD, 2000) (as part of the exhibition catalogue)
On Air, Ananana (CD, 1997)
The complete NO NOISE REDUCTION, Moneyland Records (CD, 1995)
Em Tempo Real, El Tatu (split CD, 1991)
Tina And The Top Ten
Super Caldas, compilation (CD, 2003)
Cais do Rock, compilation, LowFly Records (CD, 1996)
Teenagers from Outer Space, compilation, Beekeeper (Lp,1996)
No More, El Tatu, (CD-ep, 1994)
Teenage Drool, El Tatu, (CD, 1994)
Everslick, Moneyland Records (7” single, 1993)
3x7’inches, compilation, Moneyland Records, (7’’ single), 1993)
Distorção Caleidoscópica, compilation, MTM Records (LP, 1992)
3 x 7” singles, compilation, Moneyland Records MLR 001, (triple 7’’ single, 1992)
Yeah Trips, home made released (cassete, 1991)
Collaborations
Simpletone, Frágil 21, compilation, Columbia, Sony Music COL 512668 2 (CD, 2003)
Simpletone, untitled, compilation, Borland BL 007 (CD, 2003)
Red Beans and Mumo, Supergat, A062 (CD, 1999)
Ithaka, Flowers and the Colors of Paint, Fábrica de Sons, (CD, 1996)
Gasoleene, Polaroid Dreams, self-released under the label Strange Episode), (CD, 1996)
Pop Dell’ Arte, “Ready Made”, Variodisc / Amro (mini-LP, 1992)
Pop Dell’ Arte, 2002, Variodisc / Amro (12", 1992)
Vítor Rua, Vidya, Potlatch (without ref.), (LP, 1991)
Solo Releases
Do Astronauts Fart Inside Their Space Suits, split tape with TVT, Beekeeper (Cassete, 1997)
New Music from Portugal, Vol.1, compilation, Ananana HHH 001 (CD, 1996)
OTHER ACTIVITIES
2003 curator EXPANDED, experimentadesign2003, Bienal de Lisboa
since 2000 member of the board of directors Experimentadesign – Bienal de Lisboa
1999/2000 conception and coordination of the project HOUSEWARE EXPERIENCE, explorations in
live mixed media, (experimentadesign99, Lisbon e Expo2000, Hanover)
1997/1998 co-author and art director ACQUA MATRIX, Expo’ 98 (presented 129 times)
1994/1995 curator and producer FESTIVAL TEENAGE DROOL, Johnny Guitar, Lisbon
1994 founding partner of the graphic studio SECRETONIX (together with his brother & typeset
designer Mário Feliciano)
1993 launched MONEYLAND RECORDS (releases included Sonic Youth, Tina And The Top Ten, No
Noise Reduction, Red Beans, Rafael Toral)

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