Teresa Gonçalves Lobo and Domingos Sequeira Exhibition Catalogue

30 de January, 2024

The launch of the exhibition catalogue Teresa Gonçalves Lobo and Domingos Sequeira – a dialogue in time will take place next Saturday, February 3rd, at 4pm, at the Soares dos Reis National Museum, with the presence of Teresa Gonçalves Lobo and the Exhibition Commissioner, Bernardo Pinto de Almeida.


Inaugurated on January 25th, the exhibition brings together Teresa Gonçalves Lobo’ new drawings with artworks by Domingos Sequeira, the great Portuguese artist of the transition from the 18th to the 19th century.


In the dialogue that underpins this exhibition, we can see how a similar approach to drawing and the way of scratching occurs in the works of these two artists, despite the long distance in time that separates them, but whose purpose of giving birth to the way of using lines brings them closer together.

Teresa Gonçalves Lobo was born in 1968 in Funchal. She lives and works in Lisbon and Funchal. She studied drawing, painting, engraving and photography at the Ar.Co Centro de Comunicação Visual and at Cenjor, respectively.


Teresa Gonçalves Lobo, whose work began almost two decades ago, from the beginning focussed on drawing, an expressive field in which she has developed remarkable research. Having exhibited in various spaces in Portugal and internationally, she is currently represented in England by the prestigious London gallery WATERHOUSE &DODD, where she has exhibited both individually and collectively.


Her work has received significant critical attention and has been subject of monographic essays by various Portuguese critics and curators such as Nuno Faria, João Pinharanda and Bernardo Pinto de Almeida.


Teresa Gonçalves Lobo is represented in several collections, both private and institutional, in Portugal and abroad.