André Príncipe by Icaro April 15, 2021 0 Hangar Friends

André Príncipe (Porto, 1976). Príncipe studied Psychology at the University of Porto and graduated from the Lisbon Film School in 2001. He exhibits regularly since 2004. Among individual exhibitions: Walls at the Portuguese Centre of Photography (2005); Tunnels (2005), Smell of tiger precedes Tiger (2009) and Master and Everyone (2011) at Galeria Fernando Santos; Non-Fiction at Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Elefante at MAAT (2018), A Hard rain is going to fall (Carlos Carvalho Gallery) (2020). Group exhibitions at Le Bal and Galerie 12 mail in Paris; CGAC – Centro Galego Arte Contemporanea, Santiago Compostela; Vacant ( Tokyo), etc.

He has directed and co-directed short and features films, such as “Traces of a diary” (with Marco Martins) and Campo de flamingos sem flamingos. He is the founder and co-editor of the Pierre von Kleist book publishing house. He has published ten books; Tunnels, (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London (2005); Master and Everyone, (2010); I thought you knew where all of the elephants lie down (2011); Perfume of the Ox (2012); Smell of Tiger precedes Tiger (2012); Tokyo Diaries, with Marco Martins (2014); You’re living for nothing now, Book 1,2,3, (2015), Non-Fiction (2018), Elephant (2019) all published by PVK.

His artistic practice focuses on image sequencing.

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