Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

Architecture

Alexandre Marreiros

Born in 1984 in Cascais, Portugal, Alexandre Marreiros studied Arts in high school and graduated in Architecture from the Arts and Architecture College of the Lusíada University, Lisbon, where he also attained his Master’s degree.

He has lived in Rio de Janeiro, where he developed his art and participated in various art-related events, including those at the Parque Lage, MAM and the Açude Museum.

Marreiros has had his work showcased in Lisbon at GivLowe Gallery, Casa Lusitana and Casa da Cultura da Comporta. He also participated in group exhibitions in Macau and Portugal. He was invited to participate in the Portuguese Festival Silêncio in Lisbon, and he exhibited in the Script Road Macau Literary Festival.

In 2015, Alexandre Marreiros was awarded an honorable mention by Portuguese Contemporary Illustration, also participated in the international Nikon Photo Contest with six photos selected by the jury. Recently he had a solo exhibition in the Macau Museum of Art and Creative Macau.

He lives and works in Macau.

Exhbitions

Open Future – Collective Exhibition

28th August — 22nd September, 2018

“Contemporary life is one that undergoes constant transformation, in the context of spaces, time or memory; we live with a heave, being hemmed in by each other and heaped praise on one another.” Creative Macau will be celebrating its 15th anniversary on 28 August 2018 with “OPEN FUTURE” – Collective Exhibition. Our creative members are […]

“Tropicalia Club”

12th January — 18th February, 2017

A place situated at the meanders of the tropics. Here, the ideas of Ortega y Gasset are discussed, Casa Malaparte is observed in the distance, one explores the fourth dimension of drawing according to Távora, navigates in the imaginary of the boats constructed by Bispo do Rosário and demands the initiatives of Oiticica that said: […]

“Here & Now” 13th anniversary members exhibition

27th August — 30th September, 2016

Adalberto Tenreiro, Alexandre Marreiros 馬偉圖, Armelle de L 李亞美, Chan Un Man 陳遠問, Cristina Vinhas 李詠雅, Duarte Esmeriz, DWG, Elói Scarva, Fernando Simões, Francisco Ricarte, Ho Si Man 何思敏, João Miguel Barros 包偉鋒, Lai Sio Kit 黎小傑, Laura Che 謝小醉, Li Li 李黎, Lúcia Lemos, Madalena Fonseca, Marina Carvalho, Mavin Zin 冼遙廷, Noah Ng 吳方洲, […]