Saturday June 25th at 4pm

Questioning the links between photography and literature, Daniel Blaufuks has a predilection for questions such as the connections between space and time, and the intersection of private and public memory. Born in 1963 in Portugal, where he now resides after having traveled extensively and lived in Germany, Great Britain, and the United States, he primarily uses photography, video, and texts and presents his work in the form of books, installations, and films.

Daniel Blaufuks holds a PhD in literature and teaches at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon. He is the author of numerous critically acclaimed books and his work has been the subject of monographic exhibitions in 2011 at the Museu de Arte Moderna in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), in 2014 at the Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado in Lisbon (Portugal) and in 2019 at the Pavilhão Branco, Galeria Municipal, Lisbon (Portugal) curated by Sérgio Mah.

More recently, he exhibited in 2022 Lisboa Cliché at the Museu de Lisboa, Lisbon; in 2021, he proposed the in situ installation Le Chef d’oeuvre in- connu, at the Rotonde Balzac, Fondation des artistes, Hôtel Salomon de Roth- schild, Paris or in 2018, Aujourd’hui, with the companionship of the works of Eugène Delacroix and On Kawara, Musée Eugène Delacroix, Paris.

Full CV viewable here.


Photograph: Daniel Blaufuks, I Accept, 2021 Courtesy Daniel Blaufuks.


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