Tatiana Macedo is now showing at ROHKUNSTBAU XXIII curated by Mark Gisbourne, at Schloss Lieberose, Spreewald, Germany, together with Elmgreen & Dragset, Simon English, Sharahm Entekhabi, Andrew Gilbert, Jeanno Gaussi, Pélagi Gbaguidi, Ivan Gorshkov, Amélie Grözinger, Emo de Medeiros, and Toshihico Mitsuya.

Current Projects

Exodus Stations curated by Marta Jecu – Research Residency at Iwalewahaus, Bayreuth, Germany

Upcoming Exhibitions

July 2017

Journey to the Invisible, curated by Luis Santiago Baptista and Maria Rita Pais – Teatro Thalia, Lisbon

September 2017

Jeju Biennale of Contemporary Art, South Korea
Solo Show at Carlos Carvalho Contemporary Art, Lisbon

October 2017

Solo Show at Museu do Aljube – Lisboa Capital Ibero Americana de Cultura, Lisbon

November 2017

Paris Photo, Paris
Exodus Stations, curated by Marta Jecu – Iwalewahaus, Bayreuth

Tatiana Macedo was an artist in Residence in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, International Studio Program as a one year grantee of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

In 2015 Macedo won the first Sonae Media Art Award with the multiple channel video and sound installation 1989.

Her film debut, Seems So Long Ago, Nancy (2012) was shot at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, London and Premiered at Doc Lisboa’12 at the National Competition. It has been screened internationally in Film Festivals, Galleries and Museums including the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Really Exotic ? Video Programme, Amsterdam (2012) and Tate Britain Late at Tate (2012) and Urban Encounters, London (2013). It was awarded the First SAW Film Prize by the American Anthropological Association – AAA, Washington DC (2014)

Recent Solo Shows

Bela at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2016)

Orientalism and Reverse (2016) at Kunstraum Botschaft Berlin (2016)

1989 at Sonae Media Art Award (2015/2016) at MNAC-MC National Museum of Contemporary Art, Lisbon

Foreign Grey at Solar – Cinematic Art Gallery, Vila do Conde (2014)

Seems So Long Ago, Nancy at Ano Zero – Coimbra Biennial of Contemporary Art (2015) and Tegenboschvanvreden Gallery, Amsterdam (2014).

Most recent group shows

ROHKUNSTBAU XXIII curated by Mark Gisbourne, Schloss Lieberose, Spreewald, Germany (2017)

Rooms with a View at Manifesta Biennial of Contemporary Art Headquarters, Amsterdam (2013)

Jaz Aqui, Na Pequena Praia Extrema – ZDB, Lisbon (2013)

Visões do Desterro – Caixa Cultural do Rio de Janeiro (2013)

Heide Hinrichs, Tatiana Macedo, Aldwin van de Ven at tegenboschvanvreden Gallery, Amsterdam (2011).

Recent Publications

Orientalism and Reverse (artist book) ed. GHOST and Kunstraum Botschaft Special signed edition by the artist available at STET

What is Unspoken ed. Künstlerhaus Bethanien with texts by Ulrich Ziemons, Birgit Hein, João Silvério and a conversation between Tatiana Macedo and Emanuele Guidi, available at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and STET

Represented by Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea

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