The photography exhibition "The Scientific Method" by Rodrigo Tavarela Peixoto, the second exhibition of the contemporary art cycle "A Arte Faz Bem?" Will be displayed at the Municipal Museum of Faro between November 24 and December 30.
This is a proposal of Artadentro, in collaboration with the municipality of Faro and the Municipal Museum of Faro.
Rodrigo Tavarela Peixoto is an artist who, from an individual perspective, explores photography as his medium of choice. For 'The Scientific Method', he proposes photographs from the series' Evaluation of historical importance through domestic sculpture 'and' How-can-see-it-figures' (both from 2015), in which ' in their capacity as an automatic vestige of reality, as well as other rhetorical devices, with a peculiar sense of humor, to confront us with the possibility of obsolescence of conventions given as acquired. "
Rodrigo Tavarela Peixoto (Lisbon, 1974), has exhibited regularly since 1999, the year in which he finished his studies at Ar.Co (Advanced Course and Photo Project).
In 1999, she received a scholarship from FLAD, which allowed her to continue her studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York. In 2010 he completed his Master's Degree in Plastic Arts at ESAD.CR. He took the course of the Photography PGCCA and is presently doing a PhD in Communication Studies as a FCT fellow.
Since 2007 she teaches several disciplines in Photography, Digital Animation and Cinema, at the Lusófona University of Humanities and Technologies.
He founded the company Resize, doing photography work since 2001. His photographs are represented in some of the most important Portuguese collections, such as the PLMJ collection, BES Arte, and Fundação EDP.
The inauguration is scheduled for November 24 at 6:00 p.m. The exhibition will be on display at the Faro Municipal Museum from Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm.
The cycle of contemporary art «The Art Does Well?» Includes four exhibitions and began in October 2018, lasting until May 2019.