Lucia Nogueira

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    Installation view, The Drawing Room, 2005 ©The Estate of Lucia Nogueira, courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

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    Installation view, The Drawing Room, 2005 ©The Estate of Lucia Nogueira, courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

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    Installation view, The Drawing Room, 2005 ©The Estate of Lucia Nogueira, courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

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    Lucia Nogueira, Untitled ©The Estate of Lucia Nogueira, courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

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    Lucia Nogueira, Untitled ©The Estate of Lucia Nogueira, courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Lucia Nogueira (b. 1950, Brazil, d. 1998 London) studied at Chelsea School of Art and lived and worked in London. In 1996, Nogueira won the Paul Hamlyn Award for Visual Artists. Selected solo exhibitons include: Lucia Nogueira: Drawings, Galeria Leme, Sao Paolo, Brazil (2011); Swing...Slip...Step and drawings, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (2011); Mischief, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2011); Lucia Nogueira, Museu de Arte Contemporanea da Fundação Serralves, Porto (2007); Lucia Nogueira: drawings, The Drawing Room, London (2007); and Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (1998). Selected group exhibitions include: Revolver 2, Matt’s Gallery, UK (2014); Colour on Paper, Galeria Leme, Brazil (2014); Serralves Collection, conceptual form and material actions, Fundacio de Serralves, Portugal (2013); Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2013); Watercolour, Tate Britain, London (2011); The Life of the Mind: Love, Obsession and Sorrow, The New Art Gallery, Walsall (2011); Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2011); Collector Collecting, Gallery 32, London (2009); 5 Sculptures, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (2009); Lines of Enquiry, Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge, Cambridge (2006); How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, London (2006); and Motion on Paper, Ben Brown Fine Art, London (2006). Nogueira's estate is represented by Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London.

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