Luiza Caetano

Luiza Caetano was born in 1946 in Venda de Pinheiro, Mafra, Portugal and began her artistic career in 1987. 

Solo Exhibitions

1996 Tourism Gallery, Ericeira, Portugal

1998 B. Tejo Gallery, Lisbon

1999 AOA de Faro Cultural Space, Algarve, Portugal

2000 Quinta das Cruzadas, Sintra, Portugal

Belem Cultural Center, Lisbon

2000 Fonte Nova Gallery, Lisbon

2001 Renault Cultural Center, Lisbon

Municipal Chamber Gallery of Barreiro, Barreiro, Portugal

2002 Camoes Institute, Brussels

Superoptica Gallery, Cascais, Portugal

2003 MIAN International Museum of Naïve Art of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

2004 Municipal Gallery of Sesimbra, Sesimbra, Brazil

Paschoal Carlos Magno Musuem, Niteroi, Brazil

D. Pedro V de Mafra Gallery, Mafra, Portugal

2007 Sala Antichi Bastioni, Carmagnola, Italy

 

Group Exhibitions

1988 Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1990 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

1991 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

1992 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

1993 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

1994 Grau-Vasco Museum, Viseu, Portugal

La Villa Cultural Center, Madrid

Musee d’Art Naif de Bages, France

Consument Art Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany

Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia

Cultural Center of the Embassy of Portugal, Praga, Cabo Verde, Portugal

Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

The Floating Gallery, Carnegie Hall, New York

1995 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

International Musuem of Naïve Painting, Jaen, Portugal

Arte & Mar Gallery, Sesimbra, Portugal

1996 Adro House, Loures, Portugal

Chiado Space, Coimbra, Portugal

Macau Cultural Center, Macau, Portugal

Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

Le Coteaux d’Avignon, Avignon, France

1997 Arte Lusa Gallery, Avignon, France

Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

Philipe Auguste Space, Paris, France

1998 House of Portugal, Paris

Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

1999 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

2000 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

2001 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

Mae de Agua Gallery, Epal, Lisbon

2002 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

2003 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

2004 Municipal Musuem of Lousa, Portugal

2005 Konschthaus Beim Engel, Luxembourg

2006 “Iberian Reveries”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

2008 Galeria Eboli, Madrid

 

Prizes

1994 1st Prize, “Um Arquipelago de Todas as Cores”, Embassy of Portugal, Cabo Verde, Portugal

Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon of Lousa, Lousa, Portugal

1995 Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1996 1st Prize, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon of Lousa, Lousa, Portugal

1998 Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1999 Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Selected Artist, Prix Suisse and Prix Europe of Primitive Modern Painting, Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland

2001 Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Medal, Alba Gallery, Naples, Italy

3rd Prize, Renault Cultural Center, Lisbon

2002 Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon, Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

2003 1st Prize, Artenatal, Nova Friburgo, Brazil

Mention of Honor, Naïve Art Salon of Lousa, Lousa, Portugal

2004 Tourism Prize, Tourism Conference, Costa de Estoril, Portugal

2005 Amalia Rodriguez Gallery, Lisbon

3rd Prize, 1st International Contest of Naïve Painting, District of Chamberi, Madrid

 

Bibliography

Artes Plasticas Luso-Brasileiras”, Narcizo Martins, Narcizo Martins, 1993, Lisbon

Artes Plasticas”, Fernando Infante do Carmo, 1995, Lisbon

Dizzionario Internazionale de Arte Contemporanea”, Gli Esponenti del Terzo

Milenio”, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, Ferrara, Italy

“Sobre el Arte Naif”, Antonio Granados Valdes, 2009, Madrid, Spain

“II Certamen Internacional de Pintura Naif”, Amparo Marti Tio, Centro Cultural Galileo, 2006, Madrid, Spain