ANTÓNIO SENA

Sem Título, 1968. Técnica mista sobre papel 38x50 cm. Courtesy: Galeria Filomena Soares

ANTÓNIO SENA

Lisbon, Portugal, 1941

GALERIA FILOMENA SOARES

It is impossible to disassociate the drawing practice from the work of António Sena. Known for his abstract compositions, António Sena’s work is an allusion to the genesis of calligraphy, incorporating various stains and graffiti in sharp chromatic tension and rhythms that explore writing as drawing and the limits of painting.
His work has been featured in several exhibitions at key museums, including the Museu Coleção Berardo and the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art.