MADRAGOA
Jaime Welsh
Lisbon, Portugal, 1994
About the Artist

Jaime Welsh’s highly-constructed photographs – often of clinical, official interiors – depict figures in architectural space as allegories for anxious or tense psychological ones. His research focuses on the formal relationship between humans and architectural space and the evocation of psychological interiority through photography.

 

Jaime Welsh was born in 1994 in Lisbon, Portugal and he lives and works in London where he graduated from Goldsmiths (2018-2021) as a scholarship recipient of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Goldsmiths University. Recent projects have been exhibited at South London Gallery, Galeria Madragoa, Firstsite Museum; White Cube (online); Castor Gallery; Saatchi Gallery; Piccadilly Lights; Galeria Graça Brandão; Gallery 46 Whitechapel. Recent awards include Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2021; Tomorrow by White Cube 2021 and Circa Art Class of 2020. Welsh has been an artist in residency at Rua das gaivotas 6 and Tate Exchange at Tate Modern. Public collections include the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the MACE (Antonio Cachola’s) collection. Jaime Welsh’s work has been reviewed in Frieze Magazine, Contemporânea, Elephant Magazine; Jornal Expresso, Umbigo Magazine and Urbana, among other publications.

Portfolio

 

 

Selected Exhibitions

 

Installation view at LISTE Art Fair Basel, Basel

June 10th - June 19th 2022

 

 

For Laura

Installation view at Madragoa, Lisbon

October 22nd 2021 - January 8th 2022

 

 

For Laura

Installation view at Madragoa, Lisbon

October 22nd 2021 - January 8th 2022

 

 

For Laura

Installation view at Goldsmiths MFA Degree Show, London

July 15th - 20th 2021

 

 

DOOMED

Installation view at Spirit Shop, Lisbon

October 17th - November 30th 2020

 

 

Homework

Installation view at Madragoa, Lisbon

May 29th - July 25th 2020

 

 

A Sonic Youth

Installation view at Galeria Municipal de Almada - Casa da Cerca, Almada

September 7th - October 19th 2019

 

 

Coded Encounters

Installation view at Galeria Graça Brandão, Lisbon

April 20th - June 2nd 2018

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