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Francisco Tropa (1968)
The Cyclist Trance, 2006
Large print, signed and numbered by hand by the artist
Editor's stamp on back
Very small print run of just 24 copies
Paper dimensions: 111 X 94.5 cm
Dimensions of the stain: 99 x 84.5 cm
very well preserved
Note: The engraving is sold without a frame
'Began his artistic training at Ar.Co, and then attended the Royal College of Art, London (1992), completing his training as a grantee of the Alfred Topfel Foundation at Kunstakademie, Münster, Germany (1995-1996). He began to exhibit in the 80s, but it is in the following decade that his work acquires national and international projection. His work uses a wide range of typologies such as sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, film, and performance. Modernist and/or avant-garde cultural and artistic references often serve as a starting point in his work for a critical re-elaboration of art history and its relations with other areas of knowledge, through a conceptual language. The concept of space is decisive in his artistic discourse, through the construction of objects and environments that lead to a scientific, archaeological or anthropological inquiry into the creative process, the origin of culture and art. His installations propose an introspective experience as the visitor is confronted with the existential issue of transience, an idea that cuts across the artist's various projects. He has exhibited regularly in Portugal and abroad. In 1997, he was awarded the Amstelveen Art Prize, Amsterdam and the Design Prize at the Bienal das Caldas da Rainha in 1998. His exhibitions include those held at the Serralves Museum (1998, 2006 and 2010), at the Centro de Arte Modern at FCG (2003) and at Culturgest (2006). He participated in the international exhibitions of the Bienal de São Paulo, in 1999, and the Bienal de Venice in 2003, and in 2011 was the representative of the pavilion of Portugal.'
source: MNAC website