Alice Quaresma
b. 1985 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Lives and works in New York

Education
2012 History of Art Post Baccalaureate Studies, Columbia University, New York
2009 Master of Fine Arts (With Distinction), Pratt Institute, New York
2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London

Selected Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
2020
“at HOME”, Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, New York
“Fragmented Truth”, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
2018
“Horizonte”, curated by Fernanda Lopes, Caixa Cultural, São Paulo
“Coisas da Vida”, Casanova, São Paulo
2017
“Passage”, Pablo’s Birthday gallery, New York
“Escape”, Le Magazyn, Los Angeles
2016
“Threaded” curated Keren Moscovitch, Flatiron Project Space, New York
2015
“Sketch for Nothing” curated by Gisela Gueiros, Lazy Susan Gallery, New York
“Beyond”, curated by Mario Gioia, Fauna Gallery, São Paulo
2013
“Bichos”, curated by João Guarantani, Mercedes Viegas Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
“Raízes”, curated by Raphael Fonseca, Barracão Maravilha, Rio de Janeiro
2011
“Two People and One Hundred Places”, curated by Guilherme Bueno, Mercedes Viegas Gallery, Rio de
Janiero
2010
“American Home”, PS122 Gallery, New York
Selected Group Exhibitions
2021
“Like Nothing Else in The Universe”, virtual show, WTF? Platform, Worldwide
2020
“Fogo!”, curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell and Carla Maldonado, SoMad, New York
2019
“Barraco Bom”, 55SP art space, São Paulo, Brazil
“Between the Legible and the Opaque”, curated by Adler Guerrier, Bakerhouse Art Complex, Miami
“A Meeting with Erna Schilling”, Pablo’s Birthday gallery, New York

“Delirious Cities”, Aperture Foundation, curated by Matthew Leifheit, New York
“Profound Movement”, Houston Center for Photography, curated by Shane Lavalette, Texas
“Tropical Gardens”, curated by Julie Dumont, Felix Frachon Gallery, Brussels
“Paraiso”, Gericke + Praffrath gallery, Düsseldorf
2018
“Alibi”, Emerging Talents Festival, Mattatoio, Roma
“Nothing In Isolation”, curated by Gisela Gueiros, Pablo’s Birthday gallery, New York
“Gute Bekannte”, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
“LAND+BODY= Escape”, curated by Tatiane Schilaro, NARS, Brooklyn
“Nós/Ninguém”, Casanova, São Paulo
2017
“Image as Object”, Sotheby’s Institute, New York
“O Silêncio Banal e a Pausa”, Centro de Cultura Laura Alvim, Rio de Janeiro
“Library of Love”, curated by Sandra Cinto, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
“Another Gesture”, curated by Cynthia Cruz e Tatiane Schilaro, A.I.R Gallery, Brooklyn
“Displacement”, curated by Gabriela Davies, Jacaranda, Rio de Janeiro
“Alternative Facts”, Friday Studio Gallery, Brooklyn
2016
“Gabinete Contemporâneo de Curiosidades”, curated by Marco Antonio Portela, Galeria Oriente, Rio de
Janeiro
“Mutable Archives”, curated by Gabriela Davies, Gallery 32, London
“Procession”, curated by Gisela Gueiros, Michael Foley gallery, New York
“O Muro: Rever O Rumo”, Central gallery, São Paulo
2015
“Coleções 10” curated by Nessia Leonzini and Lui Lage, Luisa Strina gallery, São Paulo
“20”, curated by Daniela Name, Mercedes Viegas gallery, Rio de Janeiro
2014
Group show, Fred Giampietro gallery, New Haven
Foam Talent 2014 Exhibition, East Wing Gallery, Dubai
“In-dissonance”, The John Slade Ely House (Center for Contemporary Art), New Haven
Foam Talent 2014 Exhibition, L’Atelier Néerlandais, Paris
“Eat The Food, Not Its Name”, Clemente Soto Velez Center, New York
2013
“Constructions for Nowhere”, curated by Luisa Duarte, Mercedes Viegas Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
New Collection Project, Orlando Lemos Gallery, Minas Gerais

2012
Coletiva12, Mercedes Viegas Gallery, Rio de Janeiro
MACAA Members Juried Exhibition, Michigan
“Some Place Like Home”, Daniel Cooney Gallery, New York

Awards and Residencies
2021
Every Woman Biennial, New York
2019
Pablo’s Birthday Verbier Residency
Aperture Foundation, Summer Open, New York
Houston Center for Photography, Center Annual Artist, Texas

2018
Caixa Cultural Open Call, São Paulo
2017
AnnexB Residency, Brooklyn
Tappan Atelier Residency, Los Angeles
2016
Displacement Project Open Call, London
Residency Unlimited Finalist (open call for NY artists), Brooklyn
2014
Foam Talent Prize, Amsterdam
Jardim do Hermes Residency, São Paulo
2013
Barracão Maravilha Residency, Rio de Janeiro
2012
SVA Summer Residency, New York
CCNY Annual Juried Competition (Honorable Mention), New York
Mid-America College Art Association Open Call, Michigan
2010
Garimpo (finalist), Dasartes Magazine, Rio de Janeiro
2009
PS122 Prize, New York, USA

Special Projects
2021
Folie à Plusieurs, custom fragrance, “HOPE”, USA (upcoming)
SWAB, curatorial section, Barcelona, Spain
GAP, Gifted Artist Program, USA
Brazil Music Summerfest, art projection curated by Gisela Projects, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA
“Platano Maduro” (single cover), Jimena Angel, Elis Records, Colombia
2020
La Pera Projects, Worldwide
ANIMALE, Brazil
Artsoul, Collectors Club Program, São Paulo, Brazil
2019
“Wassermusik: Black Atlantic Revisited”, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
“Respiro” (album cover), Scalene, Sony Music, Brazil
SPRING/BREAK, curatorial project, New York, USA
2018
Air France, Worldwide
Le Monde d’Hermes, Hermès, Worldwide
The Frame, Samsung, Worldwide
2017
“Mental Object”, TAPPAN for PST LA/LA, Los Angeles, USA
“Rhythm”, Superior Elevation, Brooklyn, USA

“Palm Tree”, Unseen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“Outsider”, ArtLima, Lima, Peru
“Another Time”, Red Bull Music Academy, Brazil
“Outro Tempo” (album cover), John Gomes, Music From Memory, Worldwide
2014
Billboard 2×2, Unseen X Foam, Netherlands

Artist Book
2019 Editions Bessard, Playground

Publications
2020
Exit Magazine, Archipelago Project published on the portfolio section
2019
Editions La Martinière, Première Vision Book, Inspiring Fashion: Textile Revolutions
iD Books, Collection Catalogue Museum of Photography of the City of Curitiba
Foam Magazine, “Mental Object” series published on the portfolio section, text by Cat Lachowskyj
Harper’s Magazine, featured on the article “No Reservations”
Foam Magazine, featured in the article “What’s New?”
City Magazine, interview “Rio de Janeiro”
2018
Extra Fotografie in context, published by FOMU and Fw:Books
“flower, home, yellow, sound, landscape”, Edicola, nss factory publisher
Il Post, article about my work: “Oltre I limiti delle fotografie”
LensCulture, interview by Cat Lachowskyj
Another magazine, article “Five Things to See at Amsterdam’s Most Exciting Photography Fair”
Elephant magazine, article “Preview: First Look at Unseen Amsterdam”
Unseen magazine, interview by George King
SABATO magazine (De Tijd), Knokke edition, article “Zee Van Tranen”
Q&Art, article “To Break the Edition”

2017
Prattfolio, solo show “Escape” published at Prattfolio
Mind magazine, Interview “The Mind of a Creative Inspiration”
Calling magazine, exclusive artwork “Water Territory”
Volkskrant newspaper, Artwork “Red” published at Volkskrant Magazine
Artspace, Featured in the article “9 artists to Watch in August”
Young Space, Interview by Kate Mothes
2016
Foam magazine, “Borderless 1” featured in the article “What’s New?”
Yuca magazine, “Roots” project featured on the article “Fantasy of Perception”
IMA magazine, “Broken Utopia” piece featured on the article “New Vision: Reflecting The World”
Serafina magazine (Folha de São Paulo), Alice was one of eight artists picked to create an artwork for the
article “O Infinito”
Artspace, “A Few Questions for Alice Quaresma, Brooklyn’s Twombly-Loving Photo-Doodler” interview by
Dylan Kerr

2015
Musée magazine, “Nest” project published at Musée Magazine
Ilustrada (Folha de São Paulo), Article on my artwork practice “At solo show, artist deconstruct photographs”,
written by Diago Oliva
Serafina magazine (Folha de São Paulo), “Beyond” project featured at “Canvas” section
The Huffington Post, “Roots” Project featured on the article “31 photographs that will show you the future of
photography”
2014
O Globo, “Travessia” Project featured on “Work in Progress”
IMA magazine, artwork “Confrontation”
Foam magazine, “Roots” project featured on the article “Recherche” by Karin Bareman
Artsy, Alice Quaresma featured on the article “From ArtRio to the São Paulo Biennial, Here Are 9 Brazilian
Artists Under 35 You Need to Know”