Júlio de Matos Photography

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Photo Competitions...

Although he is not an advocate of photo competitions and awards, he still gave his contribution in a few photo juries, namely the “Kodak’s Photography Award (Portugal)”, in 1988, the Sonae Award “Arts and Company – Photography”, in 2005 and 2006, and the Portuguese National Photography Award (Prémio Nacional de Fotografia), in 2006.


Curating Exhibitions...

Has commissioned various exhibitions and installations, namely:
- “Retratos de Rua”, with Bruno Anedda, João Pàdua Rola, Nuno Maia, Paulo Oliveira, Pedro Tavares, Salomé, Sandra Carneiro, Sara Coelho and Susana Neves (at the Foundation of Science and Development, Porto, Portugal , 2002);

“Visões do Alqueva”, supported by the CPF/MC Portuguese Photography Center, with Carmo da Rosa and José Manuel Rodrigues (at the Alqueva Pavillion, Beja, Portugal, 2002);

- “Untitled, USA, 1980”, supported by the Rochester Institute of Technology and Fernando Pernes, with Gary D. Hadlock, Jamey Stillings, Júlio de Matos, Kenneth E. Nelson, Marilyn Bridges, Nelson Vigneault, Richard Gray, Yvonne Klocek, and others....


Travelling & Photographing...

He has extensively travelled and photographed in Portugal and many other countries, namely India (Sikkin, Rajastan, Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, New Dehli, Maharshtra, Pondicherry, West Bengal, Madya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh), Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia and China( Beijing, Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Xinjiang, Tibet), Argentina, USA (New York, Massachusetts, New México).


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EPSON support since 2003

Digigraph Artist since December 2007

Represented by Galeria Serpente in Porto, Portugal







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He faced the lens like a pro. Always with a personal security posture. He never gave any sign of annoyance or the will to interrupt that furtuit encounter. Probably he did not know what is to be afraid of humans. At dusk on a summer evening... in Goa; Photo: © Júlio de Matos, 2008.


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