José Taborda, born in Lisbon (1994). Graduated in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts University of Lisbon, he also studies Fine Arts at Bauhaus Universität in Weimar, Germany.
He won the A.J. Millennium BCP Foundation - Carpe Diem Foundation (2018), the D.Fernando II Sculpture Award (2018) and the Bauhaus Essentials Prize (2017). He participates in the Atelier Solar Artistic Residence in Madrid (2018).
He exhibits regularly in Portugal and abroad, highlighting the exhibitions: [Collective exhibition]“From the Lab to the Studio - New Technologien und Materialien in der Kunst”, Eigenheim Gallery, Berlin (2019); [Artistic Intervention] “MINA”, National Museum of Natural History and Science, Lisbon (2019); [Collective exhibition] “I will take the risk”, Azan, Marvila (2019); [Collective exhibition] “Jet Lag”, Liminare Gallery, Lisbon (2019); [Solo exhibition] “Polpa”, Graça Brandão Gallery, Lisbon (2018); [Collective exhibition] “MATEREALITÄT - über Transformationen des Greifbaren”, Waidspeicher Gallery, Erfurt, Germany (2018); [Solo exhibition] “NOTLÜGEN - WHITE LIES”, at Summaery 17 ', Van-de-Velde Bau, Weimar, Germany (2017), among others.