Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries


Fernando Simões

Fernando Simões was born in Lisbon in 1969.

In 1984 he initiated himself in the art of mosaic. Today has activity distributed for diverse projects in some countries including Spain, Germany, Belgium and Macau.

In Lisbon he executed Azevedo´s Pharmacy floor, the integral replacement of the roundabout of Marquês de Pombal,the center of Rossio and the replacement of Largo de Camões.

In Algarve he executed interior pavements in diverse hotel units including Hotel Oriental, Marina Hotel, Sharaton Hotel, Ampliores Hotel, Casino de Vilamoura and Hotel do Mar in Sesimbra.

In Macau besides have given technique formation to local elements, he executed the floor of the Palace of Santa Sandra, Palace of the Government, Garden of the Arts, Temple of A-Má, Garden of the Nape, Maritime Museum, roundabout of Tower of Macau and Santa Casa da Misericórdia Museum.

In Spain, in the island of Gran Canaria, executed Plaza Woermann´s floor in Las Palmas. In Tenerife Abama Hotel Resort and in Marbella worked on the pavement of Monte Mayor Golf and Country Club. In Cadiz he also executed the pavement of Monte Medio Club Golf.

Fernando Simões also learned the art of sculpture (International Centre of Sculpture).


Magical Feelings – Fine Art Printmaking Art Works Exhibition

11th June — 11th July, 2020

Magical Feelings is a collective exhibition of fine prints by passionate creators of artistic printmaking, living in Macau. Engraving is an artistic process that involves laborious manual work on a matrix. This art involves a number of technical juxtapositions to occur countless magical moments of which expectant, fascinating, disappointing and ultimately glorious! As we begin the […]

OUR FAMILY – 16th Anniversary Collective Exhibition

28th August — 21st September, 2019

The Collective Exhibition will be held in Creative Macau starting from 28 August to 21 September, 2019. 29 members create a structure of the “family” as an artistic project; and compose a family portrait through the real and, or, within imaginary conception. From the abstraction to the substantial, we have been naming themes for our […]

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 […]

“Here & Now” 13th anniversary members exhibition

27th August — 30th September, 2016

Adalberto Tenreiro, Alexandre Marreiros, Armelle de L, Chan Un Man, Cristina Vinhas, Duarte Esmeriz, DWG, Elói Scarva, Fernando Simões, Francisco Ricarte, Ho Si Man, João Miguel Barros, Lai Sio Kit, Laura Che, Li Li, Lúcia Lemos, Madalena Fonseca, Marina Carvalho, Mavin Zin, Noah Ng, Ohi, Rodrigo de Matos, Rusty Fox, Sofia Bobone, Tang Kuok Hou […]

Sensibility Paintings & Sculptures exhibition

19th March — 18th April, 2015

Nature surrounds us with a variety of whimsical forms, not only makes us generate outside the human feelings, but also surprise us and convulse us to contemplate, and thus, we also can serve as a source of inspiration. These sculptures, although is free, they also have their code. A mimic organic form reflecting the marks […]

“Symbols In Cultures” 11th anniversary group exhibition

28th August — 13th September, 2014

SYMBOLS IN CULTURES Everywhere we look in societies are forms of symbolic representation, which identify and illustrate different culture, philosophy, and lifestyle. Thinking that symbols in society are unconscious forms of communication in the way of social, ideological, political concepts and many others, they are important and integral elements in understanding a culture and a […]

“Make A Wish” 10th Anniversary Group Exhibition

28th August, 2013

MAKE A WISH is the theme of our 10th anniversary exhibition proposed to all Creative Macau members. Twenty six members across the twelve different creative fields of advertising, architecture, craft, design, designer fashion, film and video, interactive leisure software, music, performing arts, publishing, software and computer development, and visual arts were interested and are displaying […]