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Carlos Noronha Feio: Bio

Carlos Noronha Feio was born in Lisbon in 1981, he is based in London.


He is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art — supported by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia — in London, and is the holder of an MRes Fine Art Practice and Research from the University of the Arts London, and of an MA Fine Art from Middlesex University also in London.


His recent shows include “Mostyn Open 19” at Mostyn in Llandudno, “Matter of Trust” at Nottingham Contemporary, “Universim” at the Portuguese National Pantheon,

“Accumulation, Displacement, Deletion, Rearrangement, and Insistence” at Narrative

Projects in London, “A Monster's Heart” at Ve.sch in Vienna, “The Flag: Instruction manual #2” at Sazmanab Platform for contemporary art in Tehran“Flat-Pack Native and Other Pacific Constructions” at Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea in Lisbon, “E um mundo novo!”  at Museu da Luz at Aldeia da Luz, “This This Monster This Things” at Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, “You Are Now Entering_________”at CCA Londonderry~Derry in Northern Ireland, “Image Wars”  at Abrons Art Center in New York, “Da outra margem do Atlântico: alguns exemplos da fotografia e do vídeo português”  at Centro Cultural Hélio Oiticica in Rio de Janeiro, “Imprinting the Social” at Simulaker Galerija in Slovenia, as well as having exhibited or performed at NCCA-National Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow, Navikula Artis in Saint Petersburg, Fundação EDP in Lisbon, Firstsite gallery in Colchester.


He gave lectures and participated in talks and seminars at, among others, Calvert 22

Foundation, Courtauld Institute, Victoria and Albert Museum/The White Building,

Chelsea College of Art, NCCA-National Centre for Contemporary Art Moscow, Spike

Island and Royal College of Art.


His work can be found in several private and public collections including Coleção

Norlinda e José Lima and Coleção de Arte da Fundação EDP in Portugal; MAR-Museu de Arte do Rio in Brasil and the Saatchi Gallery in United Kingdom.

His works is included in The Art of Not Making: The New Artist/Artisan Relationship

published by Thames & Hudson, as well as Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists

Reinvigurate the Still Life Tradition published by Thames & Hudson and by Hirmer Verlag GmbH.


Noronha Feio is also a director at The Mews Project.