Ana Cardoso (b. 1978, Lisbon) is an artist based in New York.
Cardoso’s practice provides a singular take on abstraction, performance and installation through the reinterpretation of painting in both specific and varying contexts.
Ana Cardoso received her MFA from Hunter College, New York (2006).
She was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant (2019-2020) and was a fellow of the Shandaken Projects / Paint School master-class (2018-2019).
She was nominated for the EDP Foundation New Artists Prize, MAAT Museum, Lisbon (2017); and the Fidelidade Mundial Young Painters Prize, Culturgest, Lisbon (2007).
Her work has been reviewed in Artforum, Flash Art, Mousse, Modern Painters, Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Contemporânea, among other publications. It was featured in Painting Now edited by Suzanne Hudson, published by Thames & Hudson (2015).
A selection of her exhibitions include Renata Fabbri, Milan (2020); Nuno Centeno, Porto (2019); Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon (2019); Parapet Real Humans, St Louis (2018); Arpad Szenes—Vieira da Silva Museum, Lisbon (2018); MAAT Museum, Lisbon (2017); Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn (2017); Granpalazzo, Rome (2017); Jablonka Maruani Mercier, Knokke (2016); Collicaligregi, Catania (2016); Rachel Uffner, New York (2015); Andrew Rafacz, Chicago (2015); MNAC — Chiado Museum, Lisbon (2015); Múrias Centeno, Lisbon (2014); Longhouse Projects, New York (2014); Marianne Boesky, New York (2012); Maisterravalbuena, Madrid (2012); Pedro Cera, Lisbon (2012); Prague Biennial 5, Prague (2011); Simone Subal, New York (2011); Emily Harvey Foundation, New York (2010); On Stellar Rays, New York (2010); The Kitchen, New York (2009); Tracy Williams, New York (2009).
Please contact Nuno Centeno, Porto; Renata Fabbri, Milan; Eric Ruschman, Chicago