ANTONIO CONTADOR

PROJECTS —
2019
        APOGÉE ET DÉCLIN #3
        FM - PUBLICATION
        FM - WALL PAINTINGS
2018
TCA #6
TCA #5
TCA #4
APOGÉE ET DÉCLIN #2
FM - SEL SOLAIRE
2017
FM - CABIDELA
FM - PUBLICATIONS
MONUMENT TO THE CHICKEN #2
2016
TCA #3
APOGÉE ET DÉCLIN #1
L
2015
FM - TALK & WALK
FM - PUBLICATIONS
FM - BROADCAST
FM - TALK
FM - WALK
TCA #2
MATÉRIAS BAIXÁS #2
OLUR #3
OLUR #2
2014
MATÉRIAS BAIXÁS #1
SAM
2013
FM - PRINTS
TU TE TUS
S
2012
MARCHE FUNÈBRE...
TCA#1
JE N’Y SUIS POUR RIEN
10 KM POUR RIEN
STIMULO
2011
MONOLOGUES EN COURANT POUR RIEN
2010
MONUMENT TO THE CHICKEN #1
OLUR #1
SENTINELLES
J’AI BIEN DÉTRUIT TA LETTRE
2009
MONOLOGUES WHILE WALKING UP THE STAIRS...
2007
PERSIFFLEUR


CURATING & AL. — 
2017
DEEEP
2014
TFR #3
2013
FLAMME PARPAING
2012
REVISITING ERNESTO DE SOUSA IN KASSEL
TFR #1
LE CHAT EST DANS LA FORÊT
2011
NOT YET
2005
RUIDOSO


PRESS —
2017
LE RÉPUBLICAIN LORRAIN
REVUE DIALOG
2016
LE TÉLÉGRAMME
OUEST FRANCE
2014
LE QUOTIDIEN DE L’ART
2013
UP MAG. (TAP - AIR PORTUGAL)
FROG


PAPERS & BOOKS (AS AN AUTHOR) 
2018
DA OPERÂNCIA E INOPERÂNCIA...
2017
THE ARTIST’S WITHDRAWAL... A NOÇÃO DE ESPERA...
2010
VERS UNE ESTHÉTIQUE DE L’ATTENTE
2004
SLAVES, CANNIBALS, BLACKS AND DJS...
2001
MUSIC AND THE IDENTIFICATION PROCESS OF THE YOUNG BLACKS IN PORTUGAL
BLACK YOUTH CULTURE IN PORTUGAL
1998
GENERATION CONSCIOUSNESS AND
ETHNICITY: FROM THE 2nd GENERATION TO THE NEW LUSO-AFRICANS

1997
RITMO E POESIA: OS CAMINHOS DO RAP






Mark
FINDING MONEY - MONEY TALK
Seminar (Gasworks/OSE residency︎) (w/ Carla Cruz)


Three experts in Archeology (Murray Andrews, Researcher at the Archaeology Dep. – UCL), Coins and Medals (Ben Alsop, Curator, Dep. of Coins and Medals – British Museum) and Art History (John Chu, Art Historian – The Courtauld Institute of Art / Tate Britain) will expand on the history of coinage through the compositions, forms of metal-based money and also the alchemic and social transformation of everyday life in eighteenth century in Britain:

Murray Andrews, ‘From mint to mud: writing the biographies of medieval coins’, will explore the phenomenon of ancient coin-losing and finding. Taking a biographical approach to medieval coins from mint to modern recovery, Andrews will consider what these processes might tell us about the people using and losing coins in the Middle Ages.

Ben Alsop, ‘Money doesn’t talk it screams’ will give an overview of the history of coinage looking at its changing form and composition as well as the ability for circulating currency to spread both official and unofficial messages.

John Chu’s presentation 'Joshua Reynolds and Street Art: Painting Beggars in Eighteenth-Century London', will expand on the career of Sir Joshua Reynolds – the most famous painter in late eighteenth-century London – taking a close look at the quasi-alchemic gesture of transforming the lowly and insignificant into precious treasure.


FINDING MONEY, Gasworks and Open School East (OSE) residency, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

The talk︎.