The Holy and the Profane Sculpture Exhibition by Rogério Timóteo Carmo Archaeological Museum - Lisbon - Portugal. With the exhibition “The Holy and the Profane” Rogério Timóteo creates a new level in his artistic career, venturing in exploring new materials (iron, resin and glass fibre) that allow him to discover others textures, shapes and plasticity – that is to say new words within his own aesthetic language. In a time when we continue to see art’s losing its humanity, the artist chooses once more as the core of his work the human figure, working it from within, through free and simple lines, leaving most of them unfinished and by so inviting the observer to penetrate in those open narratives.
Born in 1967, in Anços, Sintra, Portugal. He began drawing and sculpture with Master Anjos Teixeira, studying in his studio for five years. In 1991, he took a course in new marble techniques in Vila Viçosa. He has given solo exhibitions since 1993, having already 24, and participated in more than 100 collective exhibitions. He is represented in various private and public collections in Portugal and abroad (Switzerland, France, Germany, USA, United Kingdom, Poland, Brazil and Spain). He has public work in various localities, namely in Sintra, Cascais, Linda-a-Velha, Carnaxide, Montelavar and Queluz.
O Sagrado e o Profano Published January 07, 2014