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José Pedro Croft
Etching with strong water, dry point, framed and with anti-reflective glass
Hand signed by the artist and numbered HC 3/4
(copy nº3 of a print run of only 4 copies)
Dim. frame: 65.5 X 52.5 cm.
Dim. stain: 32 X 45 cm
In excellent condition, new frame.
José Pedro Croft is an artist born in Porto in 1957.
'She graduated in Painting at the Lisbon School of Fine Arts in 1981, and the beginning of her artistic career was marked by her collaboration in the atelier of the sculptor João Cutileiro. Interested in three-dimensionality, in his first works he explored bas-relief and organic stone modeling, dealing with the theme of death and the tomb. Throughout the 1980s, his work evolved into the exploration of spatial organization, through the use of geometry and architectural references. Then appear works that refer to the idea of a monument, built by processes of overlapping and fragmentation of the material. In the 1990s Croft focused on dealing with the intrinsic qualities of sculpture (weight, density, stability) and on exploring the relationships between volume and space and light. Marble is progressively replaced by other materials, until the artist appropriates everyday objects, articulated with simple sculptural elements. Mirrors are then introduced in his work, in games of formal and spatial defragmentation and deconstruction. In addition to sculptural work, the artist develops his issues through the disciplines of drawing and engraving. In 1994, he individually presented a large part of his work at the Center for Modern Art of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the following year he was one of the representatives of Portugal at the Venice Biennale. In 2002 his work was exhibited retrospectively at Centro Cultural de Belém. He was awarded the National Public Art Prize and the EDP Desenho Prize in 2001, and the AICA Prize in 2007.'
Source: MNAC Chiado website
He was Portugal's representative at the Venice Biennale for the 2nd time in 2017, with the set of works 'Medida Incerta' that can be found at the Casa da Arquitectura in Matosinhos.
His work is present in several public and private collections: European Central Bank, Frankfurt; Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Lisbon; CAM-Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon; Galician Contemporary Art Center, Santiago de Compostela; Serralves Foundation, Porto; Luso-American Foundation for Development, Lisbon; Fundación Caixa Galicia, La Coruña; Fundación La Caixa, Barcelona; MEIAC, Museo Extremenho y Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz; Ministry of Culture, Portugal; Cantabria Museum, Spain; Museo de Zamora, Spain; Museo Nacional, Reina Sofia Art Center, Madrid; Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro; Sammlung Albertina, Vienna; and Berardo Collection, Lisbon.