Ricardo Jacinto

RICARDO JACINTO (Lisbon, 1975) lives and works in Lisbon. Working as an artist and musician mainly focusing on the relation of sound and space (which coexist several times in his installations). By focusing poetically on particular physical and symbolic contexts, Jacinto focuses on creating situations where spatial and sound interventions propose an altered perception of exhibition spaces.

The artist has concluded a PHD in Music and Sound Arts at the Sonic Arts Research Center / Belfast. He has also graduated in Architecture at the University of Lisbon-Faculty of Architecture, and Sculpture and Advanced Visual Arts at Ar.Co / Lisbon. The artist also studied at the School of Visual Arts, New York and pursued musical studies at the Hot Clube de Portugal and Academia de Amadores de Música / Lisbon. He extensively collaborates with other artists, musicians, architects and performers, being the co-founder of OSSO – Cultural Association.

Jacinto has been presenting his work regularly since 1998, and the following exhibitions can be highlighted: The Parliament of Charybdis (Galeria Bruno Múrias, Lisbon, 2022), FILÃO (Galeria Bruno Múrias, Lisbon, 2019), Desenho Interrompido (Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, 2018), Atraso #2 (Palais de Tokyo Paris, 2013), O Corredor (Chiado 8, Culturgest, Lisbon, 2011), Hoenraush (Ok Center, Linz, Austria, 2009), A pesanteur – Récits san Gravité (FRAC Lorraine, 2008), Earworm (Culturgest, Lisbon, 2008), Manifesta 08 (Roveretto, Italy, 2008), Portugal Agora (MUDAM, Luxembourg, 2007), Les Voisins (Centre Culturel Gulbenkian, Paris, 2006), Lisboscópio (Venice Architecture Biennial, 2006. With Pancho Guedes), Caminos – Arte Contemporáneo Portugués (Circulo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain), The Great Gig in the Sky (Belém Cultural Centre, 2004).

Jacinto’s work integrates several private and institutional collections such as: Serralves Foundation; PLMJ Foundation; Portuguese State Contemporary Art Collection – CACE; EGEAC-CML Collection; António Cachola Collection – MACE and MAAT/EDP Foundation Collection; Leal Rios Foundation.