biography


Born in Sanfins (PT) in 1993, Bruno Oliveira grew up in Luxembourg, where he is currently based.
His origins, travel experiences and cultural background are the basis of his artistic work.
In 2015, after quitting his job as an educator, he started studying visual arts at the prestigious ENSAV La Cambre in Brussels, from which he graduated with a Master degree .



“What concerns my work, I seek to visualize, through photography, stories of real facts in a poetic way, being inspired by the field of documentary. My subjects often revolve around communities, migration and travels. For me, it is essential that there is something about a place or person that I need to record, remember or think about again.”




contact


bruno.oli@live.com


prizes


2020
2020

2019
2017   
Nominee for the “Prix Coup de Coeur des Amis de La Cambre” (BE)
Fondation De Conynck / “Young talented photographer” (BE)

Jugendkonschtwoch (JUKOWO) / Second place for the series “ Então Vai” (LU)
Season 3 winner of “Generation Art : Photo Edition”, RTL Luxembourg (LU)



exhibitions & works


2021
2020

2020
2019
2018
2018
2018
2018

2017
2016
2016

Back to Neverland / Triennale Jeune Création, Casino Luxembourg (LU)
Back to Neverland & Sanfins / Group exhibition : Graduation Show,
Espace Vanderborght, Bruxelles (BE)

VisAGEs / Servior, Plateau de Rahm (LU)
Cor Morna / Group exhibition : All in One, Kanal Centre Pompidou, Bruxelles (BE)
Influencers / Group exhibition : Être Urbain, Hangart Art Center, Bruxelles (BE)
Saudade / Group exhibition : Recriar, Fabrica do Braço de Prata, Lisbon (PT)
Então Vai / Group exhibtion : La mort, parlons-en tant qu'il fait beau, Cinéma Galeries, Bruxelles (BE)
Orgulho & Saudade / Galerie Konschthaus Beim Engel (LU)
Lucinda / Rotondes, Bonnevoie (LU)
Cover creator of Editus phonebooks (LU)
Orgulho / House of the Braves, Lorentzweiler (LU)



publications


2020
2019
“Cor Morna” in Made in Bed Magazine, Sotheby’s Institute of Art (UK)
“Cor Morna” & “Saudade” in the Subjective Atlas of Luxembourg, Subjective Editions /  ISBN: 978-946-396-345-9



press & interviews



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