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Acrílico sobre fotografia, 1988

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Manuel Casimiro
Technique: Acrylic on photograph printed on photographic paper
Title: Venus and love
Year: 1988
Dimensions: 63X38.5 cm
Signed and dated manually by the artist, on the back, with the inscription of the place where the work was created - 'Nice'
Manuel Casimiro Brandão Carvalhais de Oliveira (Porto, November 21, 1941) is a Portuguese painter, sculptor, photographer, designer, filmmaker, who lives and works in Porto.
In 1976, he received a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation to develop a research project in the field of visual arts, leaving then for France for two years. Travels across Europe and the USA, having lived in New York between 1978 and 1979. He settled in Nice, a city where he stayed for over eighteen years. It was during this voluntary exile that he became acquainted with and interacted with intellectuals such as Eduardo Lourenço, Michel Butor, Vincent Descombes, Jean-François Lyotard, Raphael Monticelli, Pierre Restany as well as Peggy Guggenheim.[13]
He exhibited for the first time in 1968, at Galeria 111, by Manuel de Brito. He has more than forty individual exhibitions. Collectively, it is present in more than eighty, in Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, Belgium, United Kingdom, United States, Brazil and Japan.
His work, in addition to appearing in private collections in several countries, is also present in the collections of several museums, including the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Center for Modern Art (Lisbon), the Berardo Collection Museum (Lisbon), the Foundation Serralves (Porto), the Galician Contemporary Art Center (Santiago de Compostela), Estremenho and Ibero-American Museum of Contemporary Art (Badajoz), Nice Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, João de Castilho Municipal Museum - Núcleo de Contemporary Art (Taking).
In 2008 he conceived, organized and edited the work '100 Anos. 100 Livros', which brings together a set of texts by the director Manoel de Oliveira, his father, written between 1991 and 2008. In this context, he draws a solid silver pen, following other objects conceived by the author in recent years, including from highlight spoons, sugar bowl, teapot and funnel of Port Wine, in silver, coffee and tea cups, in porcelain.