JOSÉ PEDRO CROFT

[ARTIST IN FOCUS]

José Pedro Croft’s visual language consists of lines, grids, planes and geometric shapes engaging in dialogues that are both transparent and complex. These various elements overlap, intertwine, collide and affect our perception.

Croft is one of the leading figures of the contemporary Portuguese art scene. He was chosen to represent his country at the 57th Venice Biennale, in 2017. His work can be found in the collections of Centre Georges Pompidou (FR), Albertina Museum (AT), Serralves Foundation (PT), Calouste Gulbenkian Museum (PT), Luso-American Foundation (PT), Secratary of State for Culture (PT), Berardo Museum (PT), Caixa Geral de Depósitos (PT), Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (ES), Fundació La Caixa (ES), Banco de España (ES), Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (BR) and Pinacoteca of the Sao Paulo state (BR), among others.

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Untitled

2019
120 x 160 cm
Gouache, acrylic paint, Indian ink and varnish on paper
Unique work
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Untitled

2019
110 x 81,5 cm
Gouache, acrylic paint, Indian ink and varnish on paper
Unique work
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Untitled

2017
115 x 55 x 95 cm
Rebar and plaster
Unique work
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Untitled

2019
39 x 49 cm
Aquatint, mezzotint, aquafort, and dry point
Ed. 16/24
1.600 euros
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Untitled

2019
38,5 x 49 cm
Aquatint, mezzotint, aquafort, and dry point
Ed. 16/24
1.600 euros
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"One of José Pedro Croft’s main avenues of inquiry is the delimitation of what is external and internal to each form. This question is developed both in the internal structure of each piece and in its articulation within the surrounding space."
- Alexandre Melo in Artforum