Susana Anágua

Torres Vedras | Portugal

Born in 1976 | Lives and works in Lisbon

 PhD in Creative Processes in the PPGARTES- UERJ program, Rio de Janeiro (2018) and FAPERJ scholarship holder. Master's Degree in Digital Arts from London Arts University - Camberwell College of Arts (2009) and a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Graduated from the School of Arts and Design (ESAD) of Caldas da Rainha (2004), where currently teaches.


Individual exhibitions include “Desterro”, National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC) curated by Celso Martins (2017), Lisbon, “E a matéria se veja acabar… adeus composição”, Galeria Presença (2017), Porto, “ Olhar Radar ”, Graphos Gallery: Brasil (2012), Rio de Janeiro and “ Desnorte / Northless ”, a solo project room at the Modern Art Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2008) in Lisbon.


Public projects such as; “Arte Mar Cascais Award, 2011”, “Carris Arte em Movimento”, installation at Ascensor da Glória, (2010), Lisbon and within the scope of the celebration of the election of the “7 Wonders of Portugal”, Batalha Monastery (2008), Batalha.


The collective Exhibitions stand out; "Wait" curated by Orlando Franco at the Berardo Museum, "A metade do Céu" curated by Pedro Cabrita Reis at FAVS Museum, Lisbon, "Cartography of Power", AfroBrasil Museum, Ibirapuera Park (2014), São Paulo; “Seven artists to the tenth month”, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (2008), Lisbon; “E = mc2”, National Museum of Science and Technology, Coimbra 2006; “AntecipArte 05”, Estufa Fria (2005), Lisbon; “City Desk Award”, Cascais Cultural Center (2005), Cascais; “Perpetual movements, Art for Carlos Paredes”, Cordoaria Nacional in Lisbon, among others.


Work represented in major collections as the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, MACE António Cachola Museum, Elvas, Santander Collection in Spain, PLMJ Foundation, Norlinda and José Lima and other particular collections in Brazil and Portugal.


Untitled, 2019

Diassec Photography 50 x 50 cm

Untitled, 2019

Diassec Photography 50 x 50 cm

Carbono #1, 2019

Unique serie of hot carbon paper transfer on Fabriano Fine art paper 29 x 64 cm

Junta #1

Unique print on cotton paper and burnt oil 110 x 75 cm