Hand (for Mercé), 2021
sculptural fragment (polychrome wood, Portugal 1700’s), camellia tree
aprox 140 x 60 x 50 cm
Ghost, 2021
epoxy resin, white peacock feathers
60 x 21 x 21 cm
Fox song (light), 2021
sculptural fragment (plaster, Portugal, c1900), plaster, eletrical components, lacquered wood
140 x 40 x 40
installation view: Raposa, Casa da Cerca, Almada 2021
photo: António Jorge Silva
Perna (raposa), 2021
sculptural fragment (polychrome wood, Portugal, c1700), mussels, pvc
apr. 110 x 20 x 20 cm
installation view: Liverpool Bienial, 2021
(with Jadé Fadojutimi), photo: Rob Battersby
Atlântico, 2021
suitcase, polyurethane, plaster, paint, mussels, limpets, barnacles, epoxy resin
10 x 70 x 52
Argos, 2021
Tree branch, peacock feathers
49 x 50 x 30 cm
Sonnambula, 2021
mussles from the Atlantic and Mediterranean sea, steel, epoxy resin
157 x 155 x 45 cm
Innesto, 2021
sculptural fragment (painted wood, France or Flanders, early 1600s), platanus branch, plexiglas
157 x 55 x 45
Armadilha, 2020
cardbox, fox
30 x 15 x 15 cm
installation view: le volpi, Galleria Umberto di Marino, Napoli 2021
photos: Danilo Donzelli
Sibilla, 2021
seashell, spirit
14 x 17 x 17 cm
Mezzanotte, 2021
mussels from the Atlantic and Mediterranean sea, steel, epoxy resin
110 x 50 x 50 cm
Heavy foot, 2020
bronze, cut flowers, greener
variable dimensions
André Romão + Lourdes Castro
A sombra da raposa, 1962-2020
installation view: um oasis ao entardecer, MAAT, Lisboa 2020
Hand (for Lourdes), 2020
sculptural fragment (wood, England, date unknown), branch of lemon tree, plexiglas
166 x 100 x 50 cm

Eye (shell), 2020
Plexiglas, bronze, chemical crystallization, venus comb (murex pecten)
130 × 23 × 28 cm
Column (feathers), 2020
PVC, peacock feathers
60 x 8 x 10 cm
Alien kin 1, 2020
beetles, mussels, limpets, peacock feathers
29 x 17 x 24 cm
Eyes (giant), 2020
plexiglas, peacock feathers
10 × 27 × 9 cm
Alien kin 2, 2020
mussels, peacock feathers
33x20x23
Box (easy-peelers), 2020
Cardboard box, prostetic eyes (glass, Gemany, c. 1930)
16 × 25 × 20 cm
amanhá nao haverá flores, 2019
printed polyester
200 x 140 cm
installation view: Flores, Garcia Galeria, Madrid 2019
photos: Roberto Riuz
Pierna izquierda, 2019
sculptural fragment (wood, Portugal, early 1900’s, century), pheasant feathers
26 x 44 x 7 cm
Cabeza (el hambre del monstruo), 2019
sculptural fragment (plaster, England, 1980s), Quartz geode, box
Bag (maré baixa), 2019
plastic bag, coral, epoxy resin
The un-public, 2019
Poster (Calvin Klein corporation, 1993), shell
20 x 70 x 50 cm
Jeans, 2022
jeans, flower
110 x 25 x 16 cm
Chemical sweat, 2017
plexiglas, vaseline
175 x 30 x 30
Pearl, 2020
Goat’s jaw, river pearl
10 x 15 x 18 cm

four poems, 2018
text, vinyl
68 syllable